New General Motors app lets you order and shop from your car

New General Motors app lets you order and shop from your car

New app from GM makes it easier to order from your car while you're on the go. (Source: General Motors/CNN) New app from GM makes it easier to order from your car while you're on the go. (Source: General Motors/CNN)

(CNN) - Have you ever wanted to buy food or make hotel reservations by touching a button in your car?

General Motors has the app for you.

It’s called Marketplace and it's rolling out this month in all 2017 and 2018 Chevy, Buick, GMC and Cadillac models.

It works through the touch screen on the car's dashboard

The app is free, but the number of vendors is limited for now.

Shell, ExxonMobil, Starbucks, TGI Friday’s and Priceline are among the companies you can choose to work with on Marketplace.

The app also lets drivers know about discounts on GM parts and accessories.

GM says no customer data will be shared with vendors with the customer's consent.

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