Bring your own phone.

However you want to use your personal phone while you are driving your Hyundai - we've got the right connection for you.

Woman looking at her iPhone displaying the Apple CarPlay icon, a Hyundai touchscreen in the background.

Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™.

All newer Hyundai models are compatible with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ so you can plug in your smartphone and mirror your favourite apps on the big touchscreen.

A Hyundai touchscreen display with the Apple Car Play icons displayed on the screen.
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Coming soon: wireless phone mirroring. *

Starting in October 2020, you will be able to mirror your Apple or Android phone to your Hyundai touchscreen without a USB cable connection. *

Wireless charging.

The wireless charging tray conveniently located in the centre console lets you easily charge a compatible Qi-enabled smartphone without the use of cables.

A Qi-enabled smartphone in a wireless charging tray of a Hyundai centre console.
AUX-in and USB ports in a Hyundai middle console.

USB port and AUX-in.

Plug and play. Conveniently located AUX-in and USB port provide easy connectivity for smartphones and other mobile devices.

Screenshot of a Hyundai touchscreen showing connected Bluetooth devices.

Bluetooth.

Of course, you can connect any mobile devices via Bluetooth to make calls or access music, podcasts, and audiobooks.

eCall.

Your Hyundai will automatically call for help if you’re in an accident and the airbags deploy. You can also push the SOS button for emergency assistance 24/7, 365 days a year.

Close-up of the SOS button located in the roof of a Hyundai vehicle.
Man standing on the sidewalk, looking at his phone.

How does your phone play with your Hyundai?

Visit the Hyundai Connectivity Centre to see how your smartphone works with your vehicle and navigation system.

Explore all Bluelink connectivity features.

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