The service provides weekly rentals for freelance drivers under contract by Uber, Lyft, GrubHub or other partners.
General Motors has announced plans to expand its Maven Gig program to more US cities.
The service provides weekly rentals for freelance drivers under contract by Uber, Lyft, GrubHub, HopSkipDrive or other 'gigs' that require a car.
The company initially launched pilot programs in Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco. The latest expansion promises to add Boston, Phoenix, Washington DC, Baltimore and Detroit by the end of the year.
Pricing starts at $189/week for the Chevrolet Cruze, including unlimited miles, insurance and maintenance. Other models include the Chevy Malibu ($209), Trax ($219), Impala ($225) and Bolt ($229).
The company says its Maven Gig Chevy Bolt fleet has accumulated more than 1.4 million miles in California since February, serving more than 130,000 rides and saving an estimated 50,000 gallons of gas. Bolt drivers are said to drive more than half the vehicle range every day and travel 30 percent more miles per day than drivers in internal combustion vehicles.