11 июн 2020
HERE's what the interior of the HYUNDAI I20 LOOKS LIKE
As promised earlier, the car received a new digital set of devices with a diagonal of 10.25 inches. Also new is the Central touch screen serving the infotainment system, which also has a diagonal of 10.25 inches (standard 8 inches).
Both displays were visually connected to each other. The first is behind the wheel and displays a digital clock that changes color and style depending on the selected driving mode. In standard mode, the clock display is displayed in a blue color scheme, in Eco mode, the clock turns green, and in Sport mode-orange.
At the top of the dashboard was a second screen that supported navigation and multimedia systems. The system itself has received a number of new connectivity features that were not previously available in the i20, including the Hyundai Bluelink system. It includes Hyundai LIVE services that inform you in real time about traffic and weather, as well as about nearby gas stations and Parking spaces. In addition, Hyundai Bluelink allows you to find a car (from the app on your phone), open and close it remotely, and transmit information about alarms and reviews. Voice support and search for nearby travel service points are also available.