Chevrolet Cruze Smartphone App Will Let Owners Check Vehicle Functions

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Chevrolet Cruze Smartphone App Will Let Owners Check Vehicle Functions

Chevrolet’s Volt plug-in hybrid isn’t the only vehicle that will get its own smartphone app. The Chevrolet Cruze compact will also join the bandwagon with an OnStar-supported program that gives owners new access to various functions of their vehicle via a smartphone.

Owners using the Chevy Connect feature on their phones will be able to monitor the fuel guage, door locks, tire pressures and activate the horns, lights and alarm system.

GM also announced that many of its 2011 vehicles from across the brand spectrum would be able to utilizie the Connect system, which could easily become an attractive selling feature to technology-savvy customers.

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[Source: Inside Line]

  • almprin06

    Not so sure about the need for a smartphone app, but Cruze’s telescoping-steering-wheel is a welcome feature that many more expensive vehicles are still missing.

    The Cruze also delivers-on the ‘must have feature’ of a steering-wheel-mounted cruise-control. The 2011 Corolla and 2011 Jetta fail in that regard, each suffering from a chintzy cruise-control stalk hidden behind the wheel.

  • Prohope

    Thats so awsome whats the app called anyone know