The system is called Auto Link. The Russian office of Hyundai said that it includes a set of telematics equipment for the machine, the same computing platform for data processing, software for gadgets and a separate portal for dealerships.
An ordinary user of the platform will be able, for example, to track the location of the car on the phone, start and turn off the engine, unlock the doors and control the climate control system. The manufacturer, however, claims that the system brings many other benefits, including security features, access to" smart " insurance and a new level of service from dealers.
Details have not yet been disclosed, but perhaps we are talking about discounts on hull, the possibility of remote recording for maintenance and repair and, it is possible, mobile access to the history of the machine. "In fact, Auto Link turns the owner's smartphone into a key to his car," Hyundai said.
The appearance of Auto Link on the Russian market coincided with the release of a new modification of Creta called Rock Edition on the basis of the top configuration with a two-liter engine and a six-band automatic.