It's launching an online car rental service in the country to capitalise on the billions of domestic tourist trips made throughout the country, which is expected to grow to 5.8bn by 2020.
Didi will partner with existing offline car rental and leasing firms to offer users easier access to choosing and booking a car within a two hour time frame. Staff working for Didi will deliver the cars to renters.
The service is already being tested in Shanghai and will be rolled out to other cities by the start of next year.
The Apple-backed startup merged with Uber's China business just weeks ago, with Uber taking a stake in the business, bringing to an end an expensive rivalry between the two multi-billion dollar startups.