Guidepoint Systems in Detroit, a global provider of vehicle telematics and software-as-a-service (SaaS) for automotive OEMs, vehicle dealerships, rental car agencies, and fleet managers, has announced a new business model for Stellantis dealerships.
The model will deliver next-generation data options and a more competitive pricing structure for vehicles featuring Mopar’s new Electronic Vehicle Tracking System (EVTS) 2.0.
“This service will be especially valuable for dealers looking to reduce upfront costs and increase revenue streams, while delivering vehicle data that new car owners crave,” says Samuel Spencer, president and CEO of Guidepoint Systems. “Our relationship with Stellantis allows us to work closely with them in designing and delivering the best-in-the-industry telematics. The result is a safer more secure ownership experience.”
Guidepoint’s new package of services for the EVTS 2.0 is the latest in vehicle security and new dealer inventory management. The Guidepoint products are designed to protect drivers, owners, and vehicles, and deliver enhanced customer experience and product profitability for dealers of five Stellantis brands — Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, and FIAT.
During an initial introductory offer, nearly 2,100 customers signed up for the new Guidepoint EVTS 2.0 service. The new system reads the CAN bus, allowing dealers and owners to obtain real odometer mileage, fuel levels, range data, driver behavior, potential crash monitoring, and engine alerts, informing the vehicle owner when service is needed at the dealership and helps dealers better manage extended warranty service offerings.
This is the latest innovation introduced by Guidepoint Systems to support OEMs, dealers, rental companies, fleet managers, and vehicle owners. Guidepoint’s suite of services is compatible with gas, hybrid, or electric powered vehicles.
Guidepoint Systems is a certified minority business enterprise with the National Minority Supplier Development Council.