HYUNDAI EXPANDS DESTINATION SEARCH ENGINE POWERED BY GOOGLE TO MORE THAN HALF A MILLION HYUNDAI OWNERS

Posted on 05. Jun, 2014 by in Hyundai Canada

CHICAGO, Feb. 7, 2014 – Hyundai Motor America launched a extended Blue Link® in-vehicle telematics height during Pepcom’s Digital Experience, right before a opening of a Consumer Electronics Show (CES®) in January. The second-generation Blue Link complement will be accessible when a all-new 2015 Genesis goes on sale this Spring and a rollout continues with a entrance of a 2015 Sonata after in a year. One of a subsequent era Blue Link system’s breakthrough facilities is a upgraded end hunt powered by GooglePlaces API. Today, Hyundai Motor America is announcing a same Google-powered end hunt will be accessible to a some-more than 500,000 stream Hyundai owners who have a first-generation Blue Link complement commissioned in their U.S. vehicle.

“Now, if one of a subscribers or intensity subscribers reaches adult and presses a Blue Link or Enhanced Navigation symbol they will have entrance to Google’s hunt correctness and Google Maps’ end plcae information when they hunt for U.S. destinations,” pronounced Barry Ratzlaff, executive director, Customer Connect and Service Business Development, Hyundai Motor America. “When it comes to hunt engines, speed and applicable formula is a name of a diversion and now a Blue Link in-vehicle complement has a same hunt peculiarity as a customer’s smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop.”

The pivotal to this record is that Google searches can be achieved around voice approval and a end can afterwards be sent to their Hyundai but a use of a smartphone while driving.

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