Sponsored Video: Volvo’s ‘You Inside’ app lets you be a part of the designing process for next generation cars
Although cars are basically a means of transportation for us, they can store and carry a lot of our necessary belongings too. Different people have different requirements and that is why there is a need to understand how a car’s interior could be modified to suit the variable needs.
Now suppose you are given the opportunity to choose how you would like to have the interior of your car designed. Wouldn’t you go for it? Volvo’s ‘You Inside‘ application does just that. It opens up a channel for consumers like you to have your say regarding what you carry in your car and what modifications you would like to have, like for example additional compartments, holders and the like. The You Inside app also lets you discover what people from around the world keep in their car as well. You are sure to be surprised as to how many of your choices could match with the others.
Let us see how the ‘You Inside‘ project works? What you need to do is upload a picture of the inside of your car to the You Analyser. Using it, you get to create your own profile which would describe you and the things that you love to carry with yourself in the car thus resulting in summing up your personality. Since this procedure is followed by all who uses the ‘You Inside’ app on Facebook, it ends up having a millions of profiles of a variety of people. The good part is that you can access these profiles and compare your choices with the others to figure out how many people think like you and carry stuff around in their cars just like you.
Thus Volvo’s exciting ‘You Inside’ app not only provides a window to the consumers’ requirements globally but also makes way for Volvo to understand and bring about modifications in their future car models. Who knows, you or your friends might even inspire Volvo to redesign a car’s interior! So get going, join in the venture and have your profile done so that your voice is heard as well.
If interested to know more you might as well check out Volvo’s Facebook page.
[This post is sponsored by Volvo.]