JOLIET, Ill., Fev. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The all-new 2014 Chevy Impala near Chicago, IL is going to be a big hit with all types of drivers, but there are many new features that appeal to those who want to keep their data and belongings secure. The new Impala is a luxurious sedan that comes equipped with plenty to keep you interested and secure. Chevy's new MyLink system is available in the car and allows drivers to access tablets, phones and other infotainment right through the screen in their car. One problem with storing the data on here though, is that when valet parking is used, it can be stolen. This is no longer a worry since the vehicle includes a secure mode for valets that will need a code to access the MyLink system. Bill Jacobs Chevrolet will soon have the Impala and they can't wait to check it out.
Locking your secure data is an important way to protect your information and make sure that nobody can access it, but what about belongings? The new Impala contains everything you'll need to stay secure including a compartment that is behind the touchscreen that opens when the proper code is entered. This allows drivers to hide their belongings if a valet is driving the car, or if they just want to remain secure. The compartment is located in a storage space behind the touchscreen and it opens when the proper PIN is entered in the infotainment center. This feature is very unique and is just another great addition to the Impala from Chevrolet.
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