Amazing features of the upcoming mid-size sedan 2020 Hyundai Sonata!
The mid size sedan is expected to come next month with a lot of upgraded tech features. The styling is also believed to make it more attractive and balanced on the roads. here is an extensive review of the 2020 Hyundai Sonata features!
One of the highlights of 2019 so far, was the announcement of the Hyundai Sonata 2020 model by the South Korean car manufacturer. Even though the vehicle is expected to be made available next month, in October 2010, auto enthusiasts have already gotten first hand info on how the car looks.
The mid size sedan is expected to come with a lot of upgraded tech features. The styling is also believed to make it more attractive and balanced on the roads. Without wasting anymore time, here is an extensive review of the 2020 Hyundai Sonata features by Naijacarnews.com!
The 2020 Hyundai Sonata comes with some really amazing driver assistance and safety features
1. 2020 Hyundai Sonata can be opened with your phone
Many people have gotten used to the key-less ignition in most cars but the Hyundai sonata takes it up a notch with the "phone used as key" feature. You can simply download a specific Hyundai app on your phone and have your mobile device serve as a key for turning on the ignition, turning it off, locking and unlocking the vehicle.
This feature isn't magic, it makes use of the near field communication feature found in most communication devices. This NFC uses the secure connection of your phone and the app, to carry out tasks. If you want to turn on the ignition, simply set the phone on the wireless charging pad on your dashboard - while the app is open of course.
If you wish to lock the door, still open the app and just bring your phone close to the door. With the app, you can also grant people access to your vehicle for a given duration. If you want someone to drive your car only for 30 minutes or check the boot for 60 seconds, all that can be set via your smartphone.
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2. You can park a 2020 Hyundai Sonata from remote
The latest Sonata isn't a self driving vehicle per se, but comes with a feature that allows you park your vehicle using a remote control. The first time this was done, it was in 7-series BMW 2016 model. The idea is to allow a driver park properly if they can't really calculate the space or aren't sure of whether their vehicle will fit in. So you can simply step out of the car, use the app and certain buttons on your key fob to park properly.
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3. Blind spot camera helps boost safety of you and the vehicle
The 2020 Hyundai Sonata features 13 sensors, 5 cameras and other gadgets that help boost your safety and that of the car at all times. It also comes with rear and forward collision braking systems, blind spot cameras that provides real time feed on your display screen, a driver assistant that helps ensure you're on your lane, an adaptive cruise control, and many more. There's also a feature that alerts you of oncoming vehicle before you open your door. Many drivers in Nigeria have this issue of being hit unknowingly by a car while opening their doors. This feature clearly mitigates that.
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4. You can charge your phone a lot faster
The 2020 Hyundai Sonata comes with a feature that let's you charge your phone really fast. Usually, phones charge slowly when on or in use, as a result of the heat generated by the phone. But this wireless phone charging pad on the 2020 Sonata somewhat reduces the heat that around the phone and speeds up charging.
Finally, there's a 12.3 inch display that let's you see what your rear view camera is feeding you, helps you navigate and gives excellent entertainment. The 2020 Hyundai Sonata also features an illuminated chrome trim, nappa leather seats and other amazing features that sets it apart from its Audi and BMW competitors. It's definitely worth the purchase - if you intend to get one.
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