Transcript for Chevy Introduces Teen Driver Feature in 2016 Malibu
parents now have a new way to spy on their teens behind the wheel. It's the latest built-in auto technology designed with the youngest drivers in mind. More now from ABC's Mara schiavocampo. Reporter: Scenes like this can keep parents up at night. A fiery crash along a suburban street where teens were speed racing. The 17-year-old driver and passenger were unharmed. Now as a parent you could have a way to monitor dangerous driving. Just unveiled at the New York auto show a new teen driver feature in chevy's 2016 malibu. It gives audio and visual warnings when the car is moving faster than preset speeds. Plus, it mutes the stereo audio when seat belts aren't used. You go ahead and a34r50i your seat belt. Then you see what happens. The radio goes on. Reporter: Parents can view on a display how their teen is driving including distance, maximum speed, even anti-lock brake events. Give them the specially coded I call it the snitch key so it's incredible devio yet it will save lives. Reporter: Ford is also getting in on the action with Ford my way limiting top speed, providing early or low fuel warnings and seat belts that chime until they're put on. For "Good morning America," Mara schiavocampo, ABC news, new York.
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