Peugeot and Germany's national railway system, Deutsche Bahn, have signed a letter of intent to jointly develop a car-sharing program in the country. 

Peugeot is keen to expand its "Mu by Peugeot" car-sharing initiative and the two companies will assess the feasibility of providing cars at around 100 German rail stations.

Deutsche Bahn already operates more than 800 DB Rent offices and the companies will look at cooperation possibilities for the two car-sharing programs. DB Rent is also present in more than 580 cities across Europe.

Peugeot wants to expand its Mu locations in Germany, where it now has seven officies, mostly in major cities.

"Mu by Peugeot" lets registered users book cars online and pay for their rentals from specially opened mu accounts. About 2,000 people regularly use the system at the moment.

The car-sharing program includes regular vehicles, scooters and bikes as well as Peugeot's iOn electric vehicle.