Gosh, that's clever.....
.....oh, no it isn't.
I remember a colleague telling me about the car he had in the USA which allowed him to "blip" it through the office window 500yds away to start the engine, so it was all toasty warm when he went out to it.
That was all of a decade ago.
As for the other functions, I can't quite see how knowing how much fuel is in it before you get to it (and can actually do something about it) is of any use at all, unless you're the sort of complete dickhead who neglects to look at the fuel gauge when setting off somewhere. Then again you'd need a very special sort of dickhead, who would remember to fire up and look at their iPhone app's fuel gauge while also forgetting to look at the car's own one, to make it worthwhile.
As for the remaining oil life, that puzzled me for a bit. Then I remembered that one of the notable things that seperates Yank automotive forums from those elsewhere is this strange obsession with oil. They agonise about grades, additives, lifespan-for-this-type-of-usage and such endlessly, while the rest of us top it up once in a while and change it when the service interval comes around, using whatever is specified in the handbook.
One thing that would appear to be missing is the ability to specify which brand of tyre you have on and then have it come up with a recommended tyre rotation strategy according to some voodoo calculation (another weird automotive obsession unique to the Septics).