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CES 2015: Hyundai presents Blue Link, to control the car with the watch

Available for smartwatch within the first quarter, among other things, it will allow you to control engine, locks and temperature

Photo: Hyundai Motor America / Morgan J. Segal Photography(Photo: Hyundai Motor America / Morgan J. Segal Photography)

The new idea of Hyundai it does not have 4 wheels n the leather steering wheel: presented at CES 2015, an evolution of the Blue Link system.Through an app for smartwatches it allows you to send voice commands remotely and order your car to turn on / off the engine, lock / unlock the locks or set the temperature of the air conditioner. And if you don't remember where you parked it helps you find it, or puts you in touch with roadside assistance in the event of mechanical breakdowns.

Developed by Hyundai together with Station Digital Media, Blue Link will be available for smartwatch in first quarter of 2015, and according to the statements it should work with an available Internet connection and as long as the smartwatch is connected via Bluetooth with your smartphone, for example to open the Google Maps page that reminds you where you parked.

The car models that will support the new app are the same ones that already have the Blue Link system: means going back a couple of years, until the 2012 Sonata.


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