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With Volvo's help, your phone might soon become the only pair of keys you'll need

In 2017, the Swedish carmaker will be the first car company to sell their cars without keys.
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Physical keys may soon be a thing of the past as Volvo has announced that in 2017 that they will be the first car manufacturer to offer their cars without keys. Using their app, you'll be able to start, lock, and unlock your car using Bluetooth from your smartphone. 

Volvo's app will allow you to do everything from set the cabin climate, view fuel capacity, find your car, send navigation data, and you can even digitally send a set of keys to a trusted recipient if you wish to share your car. The app will also offer car share services that let you book time with another Volvo at your set destination.

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