Maven Gig is intended to rent out GM cars to people looking to land a few freelance gigs, like driving for ride-hailing companies as well as package, food or grocery delivery.
For now, the auto company is focusing on entering leasing agreements with individuals who would like to make some extra cash driving for Uber.
The company said that the leasing agreement will enable Uber drivers to rent vehicles manufactured by GM's Australian automaker GM Holden.
GM announced a similar North American partnership with Uber in November of 2016.
Before the pilot was launched, Maven Gig was only available in San Diego, though it's slated to be introduced in San Francisco and Los Angeles in late 2017.
The above article was sourced in part from Reuters