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USA Today 4 Mar 2019

Hyundai wants to ditch your car keys for your smartphone

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Hyundai announced it is introducing a "Digital Key" that "allows users to unlock and start their Hyundai vehicle via their smartphone."

The system can be programmed to work with up to four phones. It will use near-field communication (NFC) technology to detect whether the approved phone is close to the vehicle's door.


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