The new Volkswagen Concept R has keyless entry, which comes as no surprise. However, it's also the first car I've seen that takes keyless entry to a new level: no keyholes. Touching the door on the handle lightly unlockes the door and it ejects from the smooth side of the car. What next? No doors?
Implications - Modern consumers have increasingly demanding lives that are fraught with time concerns and deadlines, as such, any product that makes their lives more convenient is going to be met with great enthusiasm. Innovations such as this make the most of this fact by making the products they enhance all the more streamlined and efficient for use.
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- By: Walter AndriMar 9, 2006 Updated: Apr 1 2011