In the statement made by Amazon, it was reported that for the first time in 2024, car dealers will be able to sell vehicles to Amazon users in the USA, and the first brand that can be purchased in this context is Hyundai.
It was stated in the statement that this new digital shopping experience will make it easier to buy a new car online, and that customers can search for available vehicles in their region on Amazon according to various preferences, including model, equipment, color and features.
In the statement, it was stated that customers can pay online with the payment and financing options they choose, and then they can pick up the vehicle from local dealers within the appropriate time period or the vehicle will be delivered to them.
In the statement, it was stated that Hyundai chose Amazon’s cloud unit AWS as its service provider to accelerate its digital transformation. As part of the new multi-year agreement, Hyundai will become a more data-oriented organization with its cloud-first technology strategy and transfer its existing in-house applications to AWS. It was reported that it will be transported to .
In the statement, it was stated that the new generation Hyundai vehicles will be even more sensitive and interactive with Amazon’s artificial intelligence assistant Alexa, and that starting from 2025, those who purchase Hyundai’s new generation vehicles will also be able to access the Alexa experience in their cars.
It was emphasized in the statement that Hyundai drivers can ask Alexa to play music, podcasts or audio books, and that they can receive reports such as current traffic updates or weather forecast.
Amazon Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Andy Jassy, whose evaluations were included in the statement, pointed out that Hyundai is an innovative company and said that the partnership in question aims to change the ease of customers purchasing vehicles online; He stated that it will provide opportunities such as making it easier to use Alexa in Hyundai vehicles for entertainment, shopping and calendar controls.