Sounds like these settings are accessible via the BlueLink (or whatever Hyundai calls it.) which is 'free' for the first three years, I think....
Could this feature serve as a method to incorporate seat position settings?
Sounds like a money grab, they are turning a feature into a subscription.OK. What's your guess?
"Should be in dealerships in about a month." I wonder how many of us with deposits have heard from a dealer, I know I haven't.
If you listen to the video in the enclosed link they mention that they should be in dealerships in about a month.
It's not just you. I think keeping a lot of the tech connected to a device that gets its own frequent updates is much better. But being able to push/pull diagnostic data, vehicle status, and remote start/lock/unlock from my phone/tablet/computer/voice assistant is something I enjoy. That's why I have so many wifi connected lights. I'm all about the "Hey Google, turn on porch light." and "Alexa, turn on block heater" in the winter! And yes, I've asked our internet overlords to start my car hands-free too. Then again, I built myself a voice-controlled internet-connected TV remote a couple of years ago too ... I like to tinker.I'd rather keep what little tech I do use in my phone and simply have an auto screen duplicate my phone screen, but that's just me.
Probably a trick of the camera. That doesn't look like a brightly lit environment, so they probably made up for it with a higher ISO or slower shutter speed. Makes the lights appear super bright, but gets the rest of the scene to look almost properly exposed. It could still use a couple of stops of light.The DRLs seem much brighter than the ones on the Tucson I drove.