- Automaker General Motors has been trying to take over taxi app Lyft. The competitor Uber however, rejected the offer down and opened a new round of investment for other lenders, writes website The Information according to insiders. What GM had to Lyft is not known.
GM has been an interest of 9 percent of Lyft. Since the beginning carmaker paid 500 million euros this year. The two work together in the area of ride-sharing. This should lead to a taxi service with self-propelled vehicles. Earlier, GM took over the bankrupt Uber competitor Sidecar.