Do you get nervous leaving your personal items in your car when you walk away from it? And with cars getting additional technology all the time, could this concern extend to digital information as well? Well, Chevy has thought of this issue and is implementing some cool features on the new 2014 Chevy Impala. The new Impala will actually offer a “valet mode” that allows the owners to lock away personal belongings as well as any information that might be included on the Chevy MyLink system.
By protecting physical and digital belongings, the new Impala safety system serves two needs. The digital information is locked with a passcode, which seems easy enough. But where it gets interesting is that the same area of the car is fitted with a secure storage bin area that can hold valuables like a wallet and other items. This bin is also locked when the vehicle is put in valet mode, assuring that both digital and physical belongings are safe.
“Valet mode is the kind of feature that Impala customers will appreciate,” said Chevy VP of Global Marketing Chris Perry. “It is one of many great new features on our newest MyLink and a small part of Impala’s overall technology package.”
The new Impala safety system is just one more impressive feature on the new 2014 Impala. When it joins our new cars in Green Bay soon, we’re pretty sure it will be in very high demand. And with a complete redesign, new engine options and features like the new Impala safety system, there’s a lot to look forward to. We’ll keep you up on the latest right here at Broadway Automotive!