In its ninth month of operation GM's personal mobility brand continued its expansion with the addition of a ninth market, Los Angeles.

After establishing a presence in the east coast markets of Ann Arbor, Michigan, Baltimore, Boston, Detroit, New York City and Washington, D.C; Maven began moving west, first in Chicago, then San Francisco and now LA. In total the Maven fleet has covered more than 23 million miles serving some 12,000 drivers.

"Los Angeles is a natural fit for Maven because of the city's incredible appetite for cars," said Julia Steyn, vice president of Urban Mobility and Maven. "We are excited to offer an elevated car sharing experience with seamless connectivity in a fleet of luxury sedans, electric vehicles, and SUVs."

As LA moves to revitalize the dynamics of transportation in the city with new investments in transit and cycling infrastructure, living car-free in Los Angeles is becoming increasingly more viable.

Maven moves in with a much varied, 60-vehicle fleet for LA's diverse residents: Chevrolet Cruze, Malibu, Tahoe and Volt, GMC Acadia and Yukon, and luxury Cadillacs such as the ATS, CTS, CT6, XT5 and Escalade.

Cars will be sprinkled throughout the city, across 24 different locations; starting with downtown Los Angeles, Little Tokyo and South Park, along with the University of Southern California, including four cars at University Gateway Apartments.