General Motors is testing a mobile app designed for the advanced work on the Apple watch. Soon owners of some models of the automaker and the new “Apple” gadget will be able to remote control cars. About it told the Vice-President for strategy development GM Michael Abelson.
Of course, it is not limited to banal Central locking system. Friendly watcham AMS will also check for closed Windows with the hatch, will help to find the car at the next megascience, show fuel. Another nice bonus of the system is the ability to remotely start the climate control and obtain data on the timing of maintenance.
The list of cars that will support this functionality will initially be limited, but if the experiment proves successful, the list will be gradually expanded.
Release dates application, which Apple Watch will replace car owners keys, not called.
General Motors is not the first automaker to introduce the Apple Watch to control functions of their vehicles. Previously their system integration smart watches with cars introduced Ford, BMW, Porsche, Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo.