Your Smartphone Will Replace Your Car Keys By 2015 -- Autopia/Wired
Your smartphone has the potential to replace nearly everything else in your pockets, so why not your car keys?
Hyundai is working to do just that, with an embedded NFC tag that allows you to open your car, start the engine and link up to the touchscreen with a simple swipe.
Hyundai outfitted its i30 compact hatch (aka the Elantra in the States) with NFC technology in its “Connectivity Concept” recently shown at its European headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany. The idea is simple: Nix the key fob and let your smartphone handle it all.
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