Looks like the guys at OnStar and Chevy have made a really cool app for the Chevy volt. It can interact with the car and also provide statistics. Here’s the bullet point list I’ve teased out:
Telling the Car to do Something:
Checking the Car Status:
You can download the Chevy Volt OnStar App for yourself from OnStar’s Demo website.
Here’s some engadget videos:
Video Above: Presentation Showing OnStar Chevy Volt App Interface in action (No Sound)
Video Above: Hands On the Chevy Volt App with Audio
My Interest is actually piqued. I’d like to see where this goes (and if the volt is actually a nice car to drive besides being a technology novelty).
The one thing that I find odd is that OnStar’s corporate website is surprisingly silent.
Chevy Volt Official Forum
Chevy Volt Facebook Page of Videos
OnStar Demo Website
This entry was posted by Ben Holt on January 6, 2010 at 1:37 pm, and is filed under Life. Follow any responses to this post through RSS 2.0.
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