Volkswagen has launched the WeConnect Go app in South Africa to simplify the experience of its customers.
The app’s features include displaying vehicle information such as fuel level, mileage, battery voltage, and services to enable customers to send appointment requests to their preferred Volkswagen dealers.
This new technology also helps to get 24 hours of roadside assistance, driving monitor [digital record], this information can be easily exported to PDF, and can be used for SARS vehicle claims and driving challenges.
The application replaces the MyVW application and has many innovative features designed to simplify the Volkswagen customer experience.
The application is compatible with iOS and Android and is now available for download and use by customers.
The app provides a simple “plug and play” car connection solution where users can receive all car information on their smartphones.
The WeConnect Go application forms part of the “Volkswagen We” ecosystem, which provides an increasing number of vehicle-related digital services and mobile products that can be used in cars or smartphones.
WeConnect Go provides a simple “plug and play” car connection solution where users can receive all car information on their smartphones.
The WeConnect Go application is tightly integrated with the data plug-in.
The data plug connected to the vehicle’s on-board diagnostic system (OBD) reads data related to the vehicle and sends it to the owner’s smartphone via Bluetooth.
Starting from July 2020, Polo Comfortline and later Volkswagen models will be equipped with a data plug as standard.
As early as 2008, but not including the previous generation Polo Vivo, it can also be used as an option for the old Volkswagen.
T-Cross customers started using WeConnect Go and Data plug-ins, and now it has expanded to the entire Volkswagen series.
Volkswagen customers can install data plugs into vehicles through their Volkswagen dealers.