* Deal includes ride-sharing, ride-hailing, parking, charging
Daimler, BWM to each hold 50 pct of JV
* Both see group profit rising slightly as a result (Recasts with company statement, adds guidance)
FRANKFURT, March 28 (Reuters) - German carmakers Daimler and BMW have joined forces to expand their businesses in new services such as car-sharing and electric vehicle charging, raising their full-year guidance to reflect the deal.
Mercedes-owner Daimler and BMW, Germany's two biggest luxury carmakers, are preparing for a new era in mobility services where self-driving cars could allow them to expand into a business segment currently dominated by Uber in the United States and Didi Chuxing in China.
Under the terms of the deal, which includes car-sharing units Car2Go and DriveNow as well as ride-hailing, parking and charging services, Daimler and BMW will each hold a 50 percent stake in a joint venture.
Assuming that regulators approve the transaction, both companies expect their key profit figures -- earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) for Daimler and pretax profit for BMW -- to rise slightly year-on-year, compared with previous guidance for flat profit.
(Reporting by Edward Taylor Writing by Maria Sheahan Editing by Keith Weir)