Users will need to enter their car’s mileage, age and VIN number and then record the sound of the engine. The app will analyze the sound and give you potential problems such as problems with the turbo, valves, drive belt and other parts. Also, the app will tell the driver how serious the problem is and whether service should be contacted.

The developers claim that their algorithms are adapted to the characteristic problematic sounds of different makes and models of cars. They expect about 500,000 people a year to use the service.

Source: Ferra

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