60% Of Hyundai Cars Will Come With ADAS In India By 2024

Over 60% of Hyundai Cars To Offer ADAS Features by 2024 in India

Hyundai, a prominent auto manufacturer, has taken significant steps to enhance safety and connectivity in its vehicle lineup. The company recently made six airbags standard across all its models. This move is aimed at prioritizing passenger safety. Hyundai plans to introduce Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Bluelink connectivity features to all its models by 2025. By 2024, over 60 percent of all Hyundai Cars sold in India will come with ADAS.

ADAS for Enhanced Safety

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Hyundai currently offers ADAS in five of its models. These systems encompass a range of safety features. It includes lane departure warning, lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, forward collision mitigation, driver attention monitoring, and rear cross-traffic assistance. By 2024, it’s estimated that up to 60% of all Hyundai cars sold in India could be equipped with these advanced safety features.

Notably, the Hyundai Venue became India’s most affordable SUV with ADAS. It marks a significant step in democratizing advanced safety technologies. The company’s ultimate goal is to achieve 100% coverage of ADAS features across its entire vehicle lineup.

Tarun Garg, COO of Hyundai India, emphasized the importance of this move. He stated that “Hyundai is the first mass OEM to offer ADAS in a sub-4meter SUV, the Hyundai Venue. Thereby making it India’s most affordable SUV equipped with ADAS. This is a big leap towards the democratization of advanced safety features.”

Bluelink Connectivity for Added Convenience

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In 2019, Hyundai introduced its Bluelink connected-car technology in India. It provides customers with a suite of connected services. Bluelink features include stolen vehicle tracking and immobilization, geo-fencing, SOS, emergency assistance, and more. All Hyundai models, except the Grand i10 NIOS, Aura, and Kona EV, are equipped with Bluelink connectivity.

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