That's how Amazon delivery drivers will be able to unlock the cars to leave packages inside without the owner of the vehicle present.
The service is called Amazon Key In-Car Delivery and is available to more than 100,000,000 prime users across 37 cities- including Phoenix.
The company will expand the number of locations as well as eligible vehicle makes and models going forward.
Perhaps this latest advancement in Amazon shipping will protect more people from porch pirates.
Last year, Amazon launched Amazon Key which lets those who with a Wi-Fi-connected lock to unlock their front doors so that packages could be left inside.
To find out if your auto qualifies for the service, enter your vehicle's information on Amazon's website. Amazon won't deliver to a private parking garage or other places where access to a vehicle is not readily available.
"Get your Amazon packages securely delivered right into your vehicle parked at home, at work", the company said. The service can also be used by customers with a Volvo that is equipped with "On-Call". The company said it plans to eventually roll out the service to more cities and vehicle models.