BMW, Mercedes put self-driving alliance on hold after review

by SpeedLux
BMW and Mercedes

Daimler on Friday stated it had put a development alliance in the area of self-driving between its luxury brand and rival German luxury automaker BMW on hold after an extensive review.

“Following an extensive review, the two companies have arrived at a mutual and amicable agreement to concentrate on their current development paths, which may also include working with new partners,” Daimler stated

Daimler said the cooperation, which was announced in the last year, may resume at a later date.

BMW and Daimler already work together in high-definition mapping with HERE and in the area of procurement, and in 2019 they had revealed a joint ride-hailing, parking and electric vehicle charging business.

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