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BMW AG CEO Oliver Zipse said Wednesday he is weighing options for the company’s mobility services joint venture with Daimler AG, including bringing in new partners or possibly a partial sale.
BMW wants to continue to participate in the mobility services market “whether we bring in new partners or whether we sell it,” Zipse told a videoconference of reporters.
“This is a very dynamic environment,” he said. “You will see where we make one or the other move.”
The future of Free Now, the BMW-Daimler venture that includes car sharing, ride hailing and other services, has been uncertain. Last month, Germany’s Manager Magazin reported Uber Technologies had offered 1 billion euros ($1.18 billion) for the venture.