Infotainment and Fun Factor
Modern technology has upgraded how we drive and the amount of connectivity we have on our commutes. Both vehicles take advantage of their electric motors to provide you with plenty of creature comforts inside.
Where other manufacturers may skimp on infotainment, even the base model comes standard with an 8.0-inch infotainment screen that includes Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, USB ports, and more. The higher trims upgrade to a massive 10.3.-inch touchscreen that commands the dashboard. Hyundai has developed an intuitive touchscreen experience that allows you to change settings and access information without having to navigate multiple menus while you drive. You also get paddle shifters, sport mode, blind-spot collision warning, lane-keeping assist, and many other driver assistance programs.
This EV was designed with connectivity and ease of operation. There are plenty of useful compartments for phones and other smart devices, as well as a large central infotainment screen. Navigation is not available. However, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto come standard. The infotainment screen also provides you with plenty of information about your vehicle, such as remaining range, battery-energy usage, and more.