Starting next year, you’ll be able to buy a car on Amazon for the first time. The company announced a deal with Hyundai that will allow dealerships to sell cars through the site.
Previously, customers could browse car showrooms and compare prices on Amazon but not actually buy a car. That will change next year when several Hyundai dealers start to list models for sale on the site.
Customers can browse cars on the site, and make a purchase using their preferred payment methods. Customers can then choose to pick the car up at a nearby dealership or have it delivered to their home.
“This new shopping experience will create another way for dealers to build awareness of their selection and offer convenience to their customers,” Amazon said in a blog post.
Amazon has been slowly moving into the car space, offering virtual showrooms for certain brands and price comparison tools. You can also buy certain car parts and accessories through the site.
As part of the deal, Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant will be available in Hyundai vehicles starting in 2025.