Parkopedia now provides Mercedes-Benz AG with off-street parking data, accessible via the MBUX navigation system in Japan.
This is an extension of Parkopedia’s global supply partnership with Mercedes-Benz AG to provide the best parking services.
Parkopedia’s parking service now covers more than 1,000 cities and towns in Japan.
Japan - July 22, 2020
Parkopedia, the world’s leading parking service provider announced today that its off-street parking service is now available in Mercedes-Benz passenger cars in Japan.
This collaboration is an extension of Parkopedia’s global supply partnership with Mercedes-Benz AG to provide the best parking services to Mercedes drivers. The parking service is available in A-class, B-class, CLA Coupé, GLA, GLB, GLC, and EQC-class models. Drivers can access this service through the MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) smart in-car system.
Parkopedia provides detailed static and dynamic information in Japan, covering more than 1,000 cities and towns across the entire island nation. Parkopedia’s full global portfolio of services, covering off-street (garage) and on-street static and dynamic data, as well as parking bookings and payments, ensures that drivers are able to find and pay for parking across 15,000 cities in 89 countries.
Commenting on the announcement, Parkopedia’s COO, Hans Puvogel said “We are honored that Mercedes-Benz AG has extended their trust in Parkopedia to offer parking services in Japan. Parkopedia has been supplying both off-street and on-street data to Mercedes-Benz car models in North America and Europe, and this extension in Japan reflects our superior quality.”