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Hyundai Genesis '15 Gets Next-Gen Infotainment System

December 12, 2013

Photo courtesy of Hyundai.
Photo courtesy of Hyundai.

Hyundai will debut its next-generation Blue Link infotainment system in the 2015 Genesis sedan at an electronics show in January prior to bringing it to the Detroit auto show.

The 2015 Genesis will include Blue Link with a Google-powered destination search engine; Intelligent Assistant app; music integration for aha, SoundHound, and Pandora; Assurance Connected Care; advanced voice recognition; and HD Radio. The automaker has redesigned the in-dash screen's touch interface and navigation.

Hyundai executives will unveil the system on Jan. 6 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The 2015 Genesis will also be shown at the North American International Auto Show starting Jan. 15.

In calendar-year 2012, fleets registered 4,026 Genesis sedans.

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