New Hyundai Technology in the 2018 Kona


The new 2018 Hyundai Kona is a pretty cool new option in MS--its small stature and efficient performance make it a great commuter car for the city, but its new set of tech options make it a great fit for just about anyone.

Explore just a sampling of state-of-the-art Hyundai technology available in SUVs like the Kona, the Santa Fe, and the Tucson:


Head-Up Display

HUD is a fairly recent addition to the Hyundai lineup, but its subtle addition to your dashboard can make a huge difference. This feature sits tucked on the dash in front of the driver, and projects essential information--like speed and driving distance--directly in your line of vision to help you stay focused.


Next-Gen Blue Link Connected Services

Hyundai's Blue Link Connected Services are an advanced set of remote functions and services that help make car ownership easier, by letting you lock/unlock doors from anywhere, find your vehicle, start your engine and set climate controls from your phone, and more.


Destination Search: By Google

This maps feature lets you do location and destination searches on your smartphone, and then quickly and seamlessly sync with your car's available navigation system to wirelessly deliver the perfect route.


Standard Smartphone Integration

Connectivity has never been easier than in the 2018 Hyundai Kona and other new Hyundai crossovers--just connect your compatible smartphone to your car with a standard USB plug, and use Apple CarPlay or Android standard integration features to use your phone's own music player apps, navigation, calls, and messaging.


Qi Wireless Charging for Devices

Further proof that new, smarter cars and SUVs are really meant to be lifestyle vehicles, and not just transports: select new 2018 Hyundai models, like the Kona, now offer Qi wireless charging. Compatible smartphones, tablets, and other devices can be simply placed on the charging pad and get juiced up.


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