Everything on a modern car is controlled by a computer and many of the aspects of the vehicles performance and operation can be accessed using the OBDII port under the steering wheel of most modern cars. A company called PLX Kiwi has unveiled several new products that will let the driver access this information to drive greener and monitor performance.
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The Kiwi Drive Green Save Gas module has lessons to teach a driver to drive more green and to scan the engine of the car. It sells for $199.99 and is available now. The Kiwi WiFi is a system with an app for the iPhone that uses WiFi to send data from the OBDII port to the iPhone. It monitors performance and engine sensors among other things for $149.99.
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A version of the WiFi for Bluetooth and Droid devices called Kiwi Bluetooth will monitor the same things and ship on September 1 for $99.99. The final car device is the Kiwi MPG and it will monitor your fuel economy and basic engine sensors for $89.99.