Wireless Smartphone Charging Coming to 2013 Dodge Dart
If you don't like messing with wires at home or in the office, you can generally get cases for most popular smartphones that allow you to flop the phone down on the charging base and recharge the battery. Some smartphones don't use cases, they have special battery doors to do the same thing. The systems are made by several companies and are on the market now.
Chrysler Group LLC has announced the 2013 Dodge Dart will be the first vehicle in the industry to get an optional wireless charging system in the car. The option is right under $200 and must be installed at the dealer. Installation is an additional charge. The system includes the case your phone needs to charge and once installed all the driver needs to do is place the phone in a bin in the center stack for charging.
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