Hyundai Bayon Connectivity and Technology

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Post by Rob » Tue Mar 02, 2021 10:04 am

As with other Hyundai models, BAYON offers advanced connectivity technology rarely found in its segment. It offers a best-in-class digital cockpit and top-line infotainment features.

Passengers can choose between a 10.25-inch AVN screen or an 8-inch Display Audio. The 8-inch Display Audio is available with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, making Hyundai the first car manufacturer to introduce wireless phone mirroring into a car of this size.

Two USB ports for the front passengers and one for the rear make it possible for up to three devices to charge simultaneously. One of the front ports also allows data transfer, enabling occupants to connect their phone to the vehicle’s infotainment system. A premium Bose sound system completes the package, promising occupants a high-quality listening experience.

Available connectivity equipment:
  • 25-inch Audio Video Navigation (AVN)
  • 8-inch Display Audio
  • 25-inch digital cluster
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (Offered wirelessly with 8-inch Display Audio)
  • Bose Premium Sound System
  • Wireless charging pad
  • Three USB ports
  • Hyundai Bluelink Connected Car services
In addition, BAYON is equipped with the latest Hyundai Bluelink upgrade, meaning users can benefit from state-of-the-art Connected Car Services. The latest Bluelink includes services such as Connected Routing and a new User Profile feature. New to this generation of Bluelink is Calendar Integration. This means the driver can mirror their Google or Apple calendar in the vehicle’s infotainment system. If the calendar appointment also has an address, it can be imported directly into the vehicle’s navigation system.

In addition, customers can locate, lock and unlock their car remotely using the Bluelink app, or check vehicle information such as maintenance required or fuel levels.

Bluelink and LIVE Services features:

Connected Routing: cloud-based navigation system that offers even more precise routes for daily driving
Live Parking Services: now includes on-street parking price information in addition to availability of nearby parking space
Calendar integration: drivers can sync their Google or Apple calendar with the car’s infotainment system and navigate directly to appointments
Remote services: drivers can lock/unlock their car and view vehicle status using the Bluelink app
Online voice recognition: powerful online (cloud-based) voice recognition that can control vehicle functions such as heating and cooling
Find My Car: drivers can locate their vehicle easily if they forgot where they parked
Send to car (POI): search for local points of interest and send results to car’s satellite navigation
Security: Vehicle alarm notification
Maintenance: diagnostics and vehicle report (e.g. tyre pressure and airbags), driving information


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