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Hyundai Blue Link

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Hyundai Blue Link is a fully integrated multimedia navigation system using a connected mobile phone to gather information such as traffic updates and information updates. The system utilises mobile apps to provide the driver with information from Hyundai's in house developed systems along with weather, traffic, fuel information (location and price), stocks, news and sports. It also has access the ability to do several things remotely by apps like starting the car or immobilizing it in times of it being carjacked. All of this is tied together with voice recognition.

Blue Link premiered in 2011 on the 2012 model year of the Hyundai Sonata.[1]

Connectivity

Smartphones can connect to Hyundai Blue Link using bluetooth technology or a USB cable and an installed Hyundai Blue Link mobile application. Hyundai Blue Link is wirelessly upgradeable, so in-vehicle applications are never obsolete. Hyundai Blue Link is compatible with a wide variety of mobile phones (iOS, Android and Blackberry (Soon to be available)) with a data plan.

Availability

See also

References

  1. ^ "Hyundai Introduces Their New Telematics Platform: Blue Link" by Edmondhyundai, blog.edmondhyundai.com. 05 Jan 2011

External links

  • Official website
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