We're grateful to be a valuable tool in keeping dealers and consumers healthy during Coronavirus
ATLANTA (PRWEB) August 12, 2020
As customers move online to seek safer ways to shop for vehicles, FlowFound's 360° virtual reality test drives give car dealers the ability to deliver convincing and interactive video tours that turn shoppers into buyers by transporting them directly inside the vehicle for a personalized tour of vehicle features like collision avoidance they might not get to experience in a socially distanced physical test drive.
Gwinnett Place Honda, a top 50 Honda dealership reports these at-home test drives have become critical in recent months and helped the store secure an average of 13 sales it may have otherwise lost.
Kevin Frye, the director of marketing for Jeff Wyler Automotive Group has been using the platform for over three years as a compliment to digital retailing tools allowing customers to complete their entire car buying process online.
Johnson Automotive Group has been capturing out of state buyers as inventory restricts, with Erick Kirks saying, "We're selling cars from further and further away because inventory is really tough to get right now... and a lot of these people.... agree to have us deliver to them two or three states away."
Nick Cybela, FlowFound's CEO shared sales has jumped by 600% since the onset of the pandemic. "We're really grateful to be a valuable tool in keeping dealers and consumers healthy during Coronavirus. Our team focused deeply on these multi-year partnerships with top dealers, starting with innovative 360° video experiences."