We thought drones delivery packages was a little too much, well now Amazon says they are able to leave packages in your car?... Amazon Prime members are offered the service with the option to get their packages delivered to their car while they work.
The service has already been launched in 37 U.S. cities including the Twin Cities metro.
How does it work? Well, your car needs to be cloud-connected, with owners having remote access to their vehicle from their phone.
Nearly all Chevrolets, Buicks, GMCs, Cadillacs and Volvos with a model year of 2015 or newer are compatible. You download the Amazon Key app and then link your Amazon account with your connected car service account.
That means when the Amazon delivery person arrives at your vehicle, they're able to use the car's internet connection to unlock and re-lock it. The app will notify members when the delivery is en route and when it's been delivered.
Perhaps most interesting is that the car-delivery service doesn't cost Prime members any extra.
Find out HERE if your vehicle is compatible.