The Jeep is an iconic car. Freedom, discovery, adventure are just a few of the keywords that get usually associated with the model. The car is very popular in Argentina however, most of the 4×4 vehicles never cross the city limits. To help out Argentinians lacking the inspiration to get out of town, Jeep has created a fantastic a GPS add-on app that will get you “God knows where”, to discover 28 lost off-road spots in the country. Just push the button and start following the instructions.
Porsche is virtually putting consumers in the front seat of its new Cayman vehicle via a mobile application that is designed to promote safe driving and build brand awareness, while also letting consumers compete in a variety of challenges.
Continuing a tradition spawned in 2007, Toyota Corp.’s Lexus will join the United States Golf Association as the exclusive automotive partner of the 113th U.S. Open Championship June 10-16 at the Merion Golf Course in Ardmore, PA.
BMW’s M Power app records data from sensors in cars and uses that information to record drives, provide lap times, and offers other technical data like braking and acceleration patterns. BMW drivers can also compare separate trips and see them on a map in real-time.