Hyundai’s impressive technological advancements is what gives the Korean brand an edge over its rivals!
Technology and Automobiles are bridging with each other at a pace faster than ever before and Hyundai is one brand which has been known to be ahead of the pack when it comes to amalgamating Technology and Automobiles. Integration of auto-tech-safety hasn’t been a new cup of tea for Hyundai as they have been doing this since years. In Fact, the original Hyundai i20 was the first hatchback ever to come equipped with six airbags and got a 5 Star safety rating from the Euro NCAP.
What makes the Elite i20 the most technologically advanced car in its segment?
- 17.77 cm Touchscreen Infotainment System and Audio Video Navigation with IPS (In Plane Switching) Display for wide viewing angle and smart phone connectivity.
- State of the art connectivity features like Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Mirror Link along with DRM Arkamys Sound Mood and Navigation for technology savvy customers.
- Projector Headlamps with LED DRL, Positioning and Cornering Lamps
- Hyundai Auto Link offers a dynamic new way to stay connected with your car for vehicle health check, Driving information, Roadside assistance, Driving History, Eco Driving and Vehicle health history check with click of button.
- 6 Airbags (Frontal and Side Protection) and ABS. Dual Airbags as Standard across the range, ISOFIX seats, Speed Sensing Auto Door Lock, Impact Sensing Auto Door Unlock and Reverse Parking camera with Dynamic Guidelines
Tech under the hood
You can choose between a 1.4 U2 CRDi Diesel (90 PS/4,000 RPM and 22.4 KGM /1,500-2,750 RPM) that comes with 6-Speed Manual Transmission and a 1.2 Kappa Dual VTVT Petrol (83 PS/6,000 RPM and 11.7 KGM /4,000RPM) powered with 5-Speed Manual Transmission.
Human Connected Technology
With the new Elite i20, you can stay connected with your car, even from the comfort of your home. All you need to do is download the Hyundai Auto link/iBlue app that lets you keep a check on your vehicle health, monitor driving pattern, manage parking, get roadside assistance and book a service request for your Hyundai.
Here is what the future looks like!
The cockpit shows the Company’s progress in connected car technology development and employs multiple cutting-edge technologies ranging from voice recognition Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT) technology and even driver stress detection. New voice-recognition technology from SoundHound allows drivers to voice-control frequently used in-vehicle functions such as air-conditioning, sunroofs and door locks. In the future, there will be an entire suite of new voice-control capabilities inside the Intelligent Personal Cockpit including Car-to-Home IoT capability. Car-to-Home IoT extends the reach of the driver’s voice beyond mobile applications and into the home environment. With voice commands, a driver cannot only play music in the car, but also turn on the lights at home and stream that same song right to their home audio system for a seamless transition from driveway to living room.