"Mobility needs are changing, as are our customers' expectations of using cars more easily," said Henrik Green, vice president of product strategy and vehicle line management for the Volvo Car Group.
The Volvo S90 even makes an alternative is the large sedan, which otherwise relies on the owner's smartphone, at least as long as the car driver has downloaded the necessary app. Approach the car and connect it to the phone via Bluetooth to open the doors when the car driver touches one of the handles.
BMW uses a similar approach in the newly revised 201
BMW is not prepared to give up keys or at least key-rings completely. The latest version of the flagship 7 Series Saloon features an oversized key fob with a reconfigurable display that allows the owner to control a variety of vehicle functions that conventional buttons do not allow to integrate into a conventional trailer.
The push To move away from traditional car keys, automakers are loaded with a variety of digitally controlled technologies. Wireless trailers, smartphone apps, and biometric sensors can tell the vehicle exactly which car driver will drive, such as a car. As seats, mirrors, air conditioning and even the desired radio station.