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Hyundai Unveils Smart Watch Integration

Posted on January 5, 2015

The watch app will be available early this year, and it duplicates much of the functionality already available on the existing BlueLink smartphone app: you can start the engine remotely, stop it, flash the lights, lock and unlock the doors, and find the car from afar if you've lost it in a parking lot. It can't do turn-by-turn navigation to the car directly on the watch, but it'll let you send the car's location out to Google Maps on your phone so you can navigate from there.

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