The tech packages are what we’re interested in, however, and these cars, naturally, have a premium touchscreen version that includes support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Another option is this Heads-up Display, which projects on a transparent panel that pops up in front of the windshield, then retracts when not in use. If the car is in sport mode, you’ll see performance-oriented info like speed, RPM and which gear the car is in. Wireless Qi charging is another option, as is Hyundai’s Blue Link connected car system, with three years of service. Blue Link opens up options like Remote Start, Car Finder and vehicle assistance through a website, mobile apps, Android Wear, Apple Watch and Amazon Alexa.
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