Creditplus is trialling the use of Apple’s AR ‘Quick Look’ feature, enabling mobile users to view 3D and true-to-scale car models in their driveway or parking space. Car buyers can simply select a car, read about its key features, and view in 3D, before continuing their finance journey.
Recently AR has continued to grow as a nascent technology and has found uses in gaming, education and e-commerce. Most consumers will be able to easily access AR through Safari, Messages and brands with compatible apps without the need for specific applications or knowledge of the technology.
By giving buyers the ability to compare and interact with cars, Creditplus hopes that customers will be more satisfied with their choice of car. After viewing the 3D model, customers can view personalised finance offers for their chosen car, which is sourced by the in-house team, before being RAC-inspected, valeted and delivered to their door.
To try the experience visit Creditplus’ Best Car Deals.
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Blake Hawksworth | Public Relations
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Notes to Editor
In 2004, Shaun Armstrong had a blue-chip career in automotive and tech but saw an opportunity to disrupt the used car finance market. Some might say the rest is history, but over the last 15 years we’ve become a leading fintech – with trusted partners such as Confused.com and MoneySupermarket – providing customers over 90 lending options and a straightforward online journey.
In 2018, Shaun welcomed Paul Nash as a joint-investor, after a thirty-year career in finance, most recently as Global Head of Asset Finance at PwC. Together they continue to lead a 100-strong team who are trusted by thousands of customers each year to source and finance vehicles.