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Hyundai Verna S+ and SX gets Wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. After this update, the Hyundai Verna has now become the only midsize sedan to come with both the wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Hyundai has also discontinued the previously available 1.5 Petrol S trim, with the engine option now available on the higher S+ trim.
Before this, Hyundai offered Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support across all cars but the base E variant of the Verna did not get a factory fitted infotainment system as standard. The S+ and SX manage accompanied an 8.0-inch touchscreen unit, while the completely stacked SX(O) variations got a higher-spec 8.0-inch AVN unit with an HD show that came packaged with its BlueLink associated vehicle tech.
In a new update, Hyundai has now overhauled the infotainment framework in the S+ and SX trims to now uphold remote Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The equivalent however doesn’t reach out to the completely stacked SX(O) manages, which require a wired association for cell phone reconciliation. Strangely this isn’t the main mass-market Hyundai to get this component, with the mid-spec i20 Sportz likewise offered with remote Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
There is no change to the rest of the gear rundown of the moderate size vehicle. The S keeps on pressing in the pack, for example, double airbags, ABS, a front USB charger, double tone styled steel wheels, manual AC, Arkamys sound framework, and a cooled glovebox, among others. The SX includes bits like a remote telephone charger, journey control, projector headlamps, auto headlamps, composite wheels, a sunroof, auto-darkening back see reflect, and a back sees the camera, to give some examples.
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