Mercedes-Benz Financial Services Announces In-Car Payment Feature for Parking, powered by Mercedes pay, at AutoTech Detroit

Introduces Hassle Free, Time-saving, In-Car Parking Payments Using Parkopedia’s Nationwide Live Parking Database

Mercedes pay enables Mercedes-Benz drivers to reserve and securely pay for off-street parking through their MBUX infotainment system. (Photo: Business Wire)

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich.--()--Mercedes-Benz Financial Services USA LLC, which provides finance, lease and insurance services to customers of Mercedes-Benz brand cars, SUVs and vans, announced today that the CEO of Mercedes pay USA will take part in a connected car panel at AutoTech Detroit on Wednesday, June 7th to detail how Mercedes pay is turning the car into a payment device, together with a representative of Mercedes pay’s partner in offering in-car payments for off-street parking, Parkopedia.

The newly released in-car feature, available on any Mercedes-Benz vehicle in the US with the MBUX infotainment system and on-board navigation installed, allows drivers to identify available off-street parking facilities and reserve a parking space via the infotainment system. The system enables motorists to select check-in and check-out times, and view the total cost and confirm their booking, at which point drivers will be sent a QR code to scan when arriving at the car park to gain entry. Payment processing is then enabled automatically by Mercedes pay. Parkopedia, one of the leading parking service providers in the US, provides the location and parking facility data that helps enable this feature.

With this Mercedes-Benz exclusive feature, drivers will end the hunt for parking meters, loose change, or the right smartphone app - Mercedes pay just made paying for off-street parking much more convenient. Drivers will be able to start, stop, and then securely pay for their off-street parking using the in-car MBUX system or the Mercedes me Connect app.

On Wednesday, June 7th, Jana Breitkopf, Managing Director & CEO of Mercedes pay USA, will be taking part in a panel discussion on Connected Cars at the AutoTech Detroit conference. Joining Ms. Breitkopf will be Dr. Hans Puvogel, the COO of Mercedes Pay partner Parkopedia, among other industry experts and in-car payments for parking will be one of the topics discussed.

“Our goal with Mercedes pay is to provide a seamless and exceptional customer experience across payment touchpoints within the Mercedes-Benz ecosystem,” said Jana Breitkopf, Managing Director & CEO of Mercedes Pay USA. “This new feature addresses a major customer pain point, parking, and we’re going to make that experience a lot easier for Mercedes-Benz customers.”

If you’re attending AutoTech Detroit and want to learn more, be sure to join this informative panel discussion and catch a glimpse at the future of parking. Jana Breitkopf and Hans Puvogel will be available for press inquiries before and after the presentation. Please contact Lynn Munroe (media contact) if you’d like to make an appointment to interview them.




Connected Vehicle Commerce Panel


to discuss in-car payments for parking fees






AutoTech Detroit


Suburban Collection Showplace


46100 Grand River Ave


Novi, Michigan






Wednesday – June 7th


4:25 pm – 5:10 pm ET

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About Mercedes pay:
Mercedes pay, as the fintech-arm and subsidiary of Mercedes Benz Mobility, operates Mercedes-Benz’s in-house digital ePayment platform. Acting as the knowledge hub around digital payments, it plays an integral role in the mobility and digitalization strategy of Mercedes-Benz Group. Mercedes pay was first launched in 2018 in selected markets. The platform is now active in more than 40 markets, where it enables transaction processing for Mercedes-Benz e-commerce products and services on a global scale. Depending on the market, this includes transactions via the Mercedes me connect store, the Mercedes me app, in-car payments or online down payments for vehicles as well as vehicle payments in full.


Lynn Munroe


Lynn Munroe