I know this makes it two Amazon finals in a row, but you gotta hear this.
The Financial Times is reporting that Amazon’s going to pilot a program next month that will have packages delivered directly to the trunk of your car. The catch is that your car has to be an Audi and you have to live in Munich, Germany and you have to be an Amazon Prime member.
Amazon says a delivery person from DHL, a German delivery company, will get one-time keyless access to your trunk.
In the long term, they’ll make the service available to Prime members everywhere.
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