You know, going for valet parking isn’t all that cracked up to be, as you might experience that sense of trepidation whenever you hand your car keys over to a valet. If you want to have added peace of mind, perhaps driving the 2014 Chevrolet Impala might help, as this redesigned flagship sedan will come with a “valet mode” which might allow someone else other than you to take over the wheel, but it “shields” personal items and information from curious eyes.
How does the valet mode work? Well, the 8-inch center stack display might function as an interactive touch screen for its next-generation Chevrolet MyLink system, but it also functions as a PIN-activated retractable faceplate that covers a secure storage bin which has adequate space to hold other valuables including a wallet, a gadget or other important items that can fit in there. Not only that, sensitive information such as addresses and contacts can also be stashed away on MyLink while remaining PIN-protected. The valet mode ought to attract the more young at heart, and prices start from $30,760 onwards. [Press Release]
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