Chevrolet has announced the 2014 Impala will come with a unique feature which will enable owners to hide their personal belongings and information from valets.

Chevrolet has announced the 2014 Impala will come with a unique feature which will enable owners to hide their personal belongings and information from valets.

The unimaginably named "valet mode" will allow drivers to hide small personal items - such as wallets or cell phones - behind the car's optional MyLink infotainment system display. When the mode is activated, it will also prevent valets from being able to access personal information such as phone contacts and addresses. Once the owner returns to the car, they simply enter a PIN code to unlock the system and regain access to their information and belongings.

According to Chevrolet, young car buyers were impressed by the privacy feature at consumer clinics. They also liked the fact that they could hide small personal items behind the display screen where they are out of sight from potential thieves.

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2014 Chevrolet Impala features a unique valet mode [video]