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Spiffy Partners with Ford on Connected Vehicle Services

posted 30 April, 2019 by Jackson Balling
News, Spiffy Blog, Vehicle 2.0
 
Today, Ford Motor Company announced connected vehicle partnerships to bring “convenient and secure services” to Ford and Lincoln drivers, and Spiffy is delighted to be a part of the launch!
 
We announced the Spiffy connected car initiative less than six months ago, and now the latest step comes in cooperation with Ford as the automaker continues to expand their connected vehicle services for on-demand companies like Spiffy as well as Key by Amazon In-Car delivery.
 
With the use of FordPass and Lincoln Way to lock and unlock their vehicle, customers who lease or own a 2017 model or newer can experience a greater level of convenience and comfort with every Spiffy service and Prime delivery.
 
Offering the capability to lock and unlock your car remotely can eliminate the need for handing off keys to your Spiffy Technician, getting us one step closer to our company goal of convenient, zero-friction car care, whenever and wherever you need it.
 
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The Spiffy + Ford partnership also aligns with our Vehicle 2.0 framework for the future of mobility. The four primary pillars include Connectivity, Electrification, Autonomy, and Ownership. Staying on the cusp of industry transformation makes partnerships like this one incredibly exciting.
 
We’re not the only ones excited about Ford’s announcement. Check out the Spiffy mentions in Forbes, Automotive News, The Verge, CNET, VentureBeat, and TechCrunch. If you're curious, that’s my car looking so good on the Spiffy wash mat!

Posted in News, Spiffy Blog, Vehicle 2.0

Written by Jackson Balling

As Spiffy's Content Marketing Specialist, Jackson produces our written content as well as the Vehicle 2.0 Podcast with Scot Wingo. As the lone Buffalo, NY native in the office, his woes as a sports fan are well-documented.