The experimental Mercedes-Benz Connected Vehicle API offers developers a preview into working with car data such as door locks, tire pressure, fuel levels, state of charge (battery level), car odometer and vehicle location. With this API you have access to important telematics data, status info and vehicle functions from virtual Mercedes-Benz cars. It allows you to experiment with individual status data including mileage to door status and the option to remotely open and close them. Daimler produces premium cars and is a global manufacturer of commercial vehicles that provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance and innovative mobility services.
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Mercedes-Benz has unveiled an experimental Connected Vehicles API for developers, the first for the Daimler-owned automaker. Through the API, developers can have access to telematics data, such as a vehicle's location, tire pressure and fuel levels, as well as a variety of vehicle data.