The North American based automaker has recently announced that the 2014 Chevrolet Impala has been valet proofed and it allows owners to hide personal belongings in new spots.
If you have a natural fear of valets, just like some adults have against clowns, than we think we have found the ideal ride for you. We’re talking about the 2014 Chevrolet Impala, which has been proofed to handle just about everything when it comes to personal belongings or information. Chevy says that a unique feature, which is available on the 2014 Impala, is allowing owners to hide their goods and info from valets.
This new “toy” has been named “Valet mode” and it allows drivers to hide small personal items, like cell phones or wallets, behind the optional MyLink infotainment system. Even if the valet finds out about this feature, he will still need a PIN code to unlock the system. The car manufacturer says that young car buyers have been impressed by this feature and they liked the fact that they can easily hide their personal items even from potential thieves. GM didn’t announce the cost of this “Valet mode” just yet, but you can check it out in the video posted below.
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