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Hyundai Refreshes Azera Sedan With Safety Tech

November 10, 2014

Photo of 2015 Azera courtesy of Hyundai.
Photo of 2015 Azera courtesy of Hyundai.

Hyundai has added several standard safety features to its 2015 Azera large sedan that the automaker will unveil at the Los Angeles Auto Show later this month.

The 2015 Azera will include standard blind spot detection with rear cross-traffic alert and lane change assist. Other new standard features include illuminated door sill plates, a hands-free Smart Trunk opener, an eight-inch color LCD navigation display, and a new center stack design.

The 2015 Azera is powered by a Lambda II 3.3-liter direct-injected V-6 engine that produces 293 hp and 255 lb.-ft. or torque.

The 2015 Azera is also equipped with the next generation Blue Link system that includes the Vehicle Safeguards Alerts In-Vehicle App. This app allows parents to coach teen drivers by monitoring their Hyundai’s speed, hours of operation and movements via text message, e-mail or both. These alerts can be set and modified from inside the vehicle.

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