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Volvo Cars - The First Company To Launch A Car Without A Key

Volvo Cars Without Physical Keys

Volvo has been impressing the customers worldwide with newer and more upgraded technological enhancements in their vehicles constantly. And in continuation to this legacy the brand recently announced to offer their cars without keys from 2017.

Volvo Cars Without Physical Keys

Volvo customers will be offered an application for their mobile phones to replace the physical key with a digital key. The innovative Bluetooth-enabled digital key technology, will offer Volvo customers far more flexibility, enabling them to benefit from entirely new ways to use and share cars
Volvo Cars Without Physical Keys

This new technology will also offer customers the possibility to receive more than one digital key on their app allowing them to access different Volvo cars in different locations - according to their changing mobility needs. Using the app people could potentially book and pay for a rental car anywhere in the world and have the digital car key delivered to their phone immediately. On arrival a customer could simply locate the rental car via GPS, unlock it and drive away, avoiding those frustrating queues at airport or train station car rental desks. 

Volvo Cars digital key means that sharing a car will become both simple and convenient. Volvo owners will be able to send their digital key to other people via their mobile phones so that they can also use the car, this may be family members, friends or co-workers in a company. Volvo is a pioneer with new digital key solutions. In 2015 the Swedish premium carmaker launched the world's first commercial offer to have online shopping delivered directly to the car, by providing a one-time digital key to a delivery company. 

Now the digital key technology will also be made available for customers. Physical keys will continue to be offered for people who want them. Volvo's innovative keyless car technology will be shown for the first time at the Mobile World Congress 2016 (22-25 February) in Barcelona at the Ericsson booth.

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