Amazon Key App Allows Delivery to Chevrolet Vehicles

Chevrolet is always working to create vehicles that offer the latest in connectivity and convenience technologies. The American automaker recently partnered with Amazon to take convenience to even greater heights. Chevrolet drivers can now have packages delivered directly to their vehicle thanks to the Amazon Key App.

Amazon Key App Allows Delivery to Chevrolet Vehicles

Direct Package Delivery

Thanks to the new Amazon-General Motors partnership, more than seven million drivers of 2015 model year and newer vehicles can have their packages delivered directly to their car. The convenience is free to Amazon Prime members with an OnStar® account.

Adding Value

“This is another example of how we provide customers with technologies that add value and enhance the ownership experience,” said Alan Batey, President of General Motors North America.

Set Up

Setting up deliveries with the Amazon Key App is a breeze. Owners simply need to link their Amazon and OnStar® accounts. After that, Amazon customers can shop online and select “In-Car” delivery when they’re ready to checkout.

It’s a Breeze

The Amazon Key App doesn’t require an extra data plan, new hardware, or anything in between. The system uses the existing built-in 4G LTE connectivity to lock and unlock the doors. Drivers will be notified via the app when the delivery is on its way to their vehicle. They’ll receive another notification once the package is in their vehicle.

Stop By

Interested in upgrading to a compatible model? Stop by Bill Roberts Chevrolet and take a closer look at all of the available models on our lot.

Daytona 500 Pace Car Camaro ZL1 Driven by Jeff Gordon

The Daytona 500 is one of the most popular races in NASCAR and is often considered the most prestigious, too. The most recent Daytona 500 just happened on February 26th. There were a few new rules this year, which had an impact on the pace of the race. In addition, the race was filled with accidents. In fact, of the 40 contenders that started the race, only 25 finished.

Chevrolet Camaro ZL1

The Race

Kurt Busch came away from the accident-filled race the winner after leading only one lap—the last one. This was Busch’s first time racing in the Daytona 500.

While a Chevrolet didn’t win, there were three Chevy drivers in the top 10, including AJ Allmendinger in third, Paul Mendard in fifth, and Kasey Kahne in seventh.

The Pace Car

Driving the Daytona 500 pace car at the start of the race was NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon. He was driving a Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. The special pace car featured a Silver Ice Metallic exterior color, a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine, and unique Daytona 500 graphics.

“Chevrolet and I have a great history at the Daytona 500 and it’s an honor to drive the 650-horsepower Camaro ZL1 pace car for the largest, most historic race of the season,” Gordon said.

While we can’t get you a spot in the Daytona 500, we can get you a seat in a Chevrolet Camaro. Stop by Bill Roberts Chevrolet today to see how you feel behind the wheel of a Camaro.