Hyundai’s New Smartphone System Due Spring

share on:

Hyundai Shows Smartphone car system at CES called Blue LinkThe latest car maker to introduce a new advanced entertainment system is Hyundai, which at CES will take the wraps off its Blue Link system to launch this spring on the Sonata. Hyundai will also offer a special youth-aimed coupe with Blue Link in the 2013 model year.

Blue Link gives you a kitchen sink assortment of more tha n30 connectivity features including smartphone connectivity. Hyundai will give you remote start from an app on a smartphone and allow voice texting with some ability to reply safely. Blue Link will give you OnStar-type safety features like automatic crash notification, and roadside assistance. You also get remote door lock/unlock, stolen vehicle recovery , turn by turn navigation, traffic and weather updates, diagnostics, geofencing and a list of features too long to mention.

“Blue Link combines safety, service and infotainment into a complete package that works to both help simplify Hyundai owners’ lives and reduce distracted driving,” said Barry Ratzlaff, Hyundai director of customer satisfaction and service business development.

Source: Hyundai

Want to receive industry news? Sign up here
share on: