Some Amazon Prime members can now get packages delivered to their car. Yeah, you heard that right.
Here's how it works: Users download the Amazon Key app. They then connect their car's remote unlocking system to the app — which is how delivery drivers access the vehicle.
Users can receive packages anywhere they normally park their car, like home or work, so long as it's within two blocks of the delivery address. Amazon then authorizes the driver to unlock the vehicle. The car is relocked after delivery, and the customer receives notifications every step of the way.
Amazon Key was introduced last year as an in-home delivery service that allows drivers to place packages inside Prime members' homes.
The in-car delivery service is available to users with eligible vehicles in 37 markets.