Peer-to-peer platform allows GM customers to rent out their vehicles, offsetting some ownership costs.
First city outside of the US to offer app-driven service, now in 17 American cities since it was launched two years ago.
Members of the service can use a smartphone app to unlock access to the automaker’s vehicles for up to 28 days.
App-based service started in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Daimler is following in the tire tracks of DriveNow, a joint venture between its rival BMW and car rental firm SIXT.