Would You Replace Your Volvo Car Keys with an App?
These 2017 cars could render the physical car key obsolete
In an effort to make things more convenient for drivers, Volvo has introduced digital keys to replace physical ones. A phone app replaces the usual key, letting a user lock and unlock doors—and start the engine. The Bluetooth-enabled digital key can also be accessed from multiple locations.
Though they will not completely replace keys—drivers who want physical keys will still receive them—they offer car owners a key way to access their car.
As a press release from Volvo explains, the app is also meant to make sharing keys much easier: