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UConnect Market: buy, reserve, and pay for gas, food, parking, and sch from your car

by David Zatz on

Today, FCA is launching Uconnect Market, an in-vehicle system that lets customers order food, find the nearest gas station, save money on fuel, and make dinner reservations, all from the comfort of their vehicles.

The system lets FCA owners order and pay for food and beverages, reserve a table on the way to a restaurant, or locate and securely authorize pump-and-pay fuel at participating locations. Drivers can also find and pay for parking and schedule service appointments at an FCA dealership, in the vehicle, without having to reach for a physical credit card.

Participants in the Uconnect Market so far include Shell, Domino’s, Park Whiz, and Yelp Reservations. The Wallet service lets customers register a credit card for use with these partners, while Yelp can display lists of nearby restaurants and enables making reservations. Park Whiz, powered by Arrive, has thousands of parking lots across North America in its listings.

Owners will also have access to national Mopar service offers, and the ability to locate a certified Mopar service center and schedule service appointments.

UConnect Market gasoline Shell

Uconnect Market was developed in partnership with Seattle-based Xevo, recently acquired by Lear Corporation, and will deploy in the second half of 2019 via an over-the-air (OTA) update for model-year 2019 and 2020 Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep® and Ram brand vehicles with connected services and the latest generation of 8.4- inch touchscreens; it will continue as a carryover feature for future models with the 8.4-inch touchscreen.

Uconnect Market follows the recent FCA announcement of a new in-vehicle “ecosystem” using Harman (Samsung) and Google technologies, with an architecture based on the Harman Ignite cloud-based platform and powered by Android.

The key components of the new “ecosystem” will start to rollout in phases across global regions during the second half of 2019, and all new FCA vehicles will be connected by 2022.

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