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Feb 20, 2014 | ID: 139124

Volvo Cars demonstrates the potential of connected cars with deliveries direct to people’s cars

Volvo Cars demonstrates the potential of connected cars with deliveries direct to people’s cars
In a ground-breaking technology move for the automotive industry, Volvo Cars demonstrates the world’s first delivery of food to the car – a new form of ‘roam delivery’ services. The service will allow consumers to have their shopping delivered straight to their car, no matter where they are. Volvo’s new digital keys technology means that car owners will be able to choose their car as a delivery option when ordering goods online. Via a smartphone or a tablet, the owner will be informed when a delivery company wants to drop off or pick up something from the car.
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