The surge in the number of connected cars being designed has created a newfound interest amongst many drivers to make their car smarter, which the 'Kiwi' OBD device enables.
The 'Kiwi' works by being installed onto a OBD-II port that's located on nearly all vehicles manufactured within the last 20 years or so. From here, the 'Kiwi' instantly goes to work providing drivers with information regarding how well their vehicle is performing as well as the efficiency rating for their driving habits.
The 'Kiwi' OBD device, which is funding now on Kickstarter, is purported to save drivers up to $660 per year in fuel. This is thanks to the device's ability to study your driving habits and show you when you're driving in the optimal range to extend fuel economy.