New initiative begins spring 2019 in Sweden and the U.S.
Nissan and Renault have been tied together as an alliance for nearly 20 years, but now the Japanese and French automakers are discussing whether to merge. Bloomberg, citing unidentified sources familiar with the confidential talks, reports that the idea is to form a single publicly traded company to better compete against giants like Toyota and Volkswagen.
Owners of GM vehicles will be able to rent them to other drivers.
It's the technology that makes cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin work.
The first steps have been taken as PSA launches car-sharing service Free2Move at LAX.
A former engineer at Uber wrote that she was sexually harassed and that her complaints were ignored by the human resources department, despite other harassment reports against the same manager.
Fewer vehicles would be more efficient, MIT argues.
100 electric vehicles will come to the Los Angeles neighborhoods that need them the most.
Toyota will try out hybrid car sharing program with two-dozen vehicles in Dublin and Italian town of Forli.
MOIA is the name, mobility is its game.
The fun ends on New Year's Eve, 2016.
There's an app for that. No, really.
It's sort of like Zip Car, but you'll share one car with just a few people, rather than lots of cars with lots of people.
We expect many explosions.
Swiss design company plans to bring the concept to next year's CES.
Perhaps we really will have French cars in the US again.