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Modern cars with satellite navigation capabilities finally need to support wireless CarPlay

Some drivers of Hyundai cars may have been puzzled why models with satellite navigation function do not support wireless CarPlay, but lower end models do. However, this situation may change later this year. According to foreign media reports, Hyundai plans to launch the second generation Kona EV, and future models with satellite navigation will provide wireless CarPlay function.

According to Chasing Cars, in the past, Hyundai cars did not provide wireless CarPlay or Android Auto functions for models with integrated satellite navigation functions. However, this situation will change after the release of the second generation Kona EV model later this year.

But why did Hyundai, along with its Kia and Genesis, not equip its integrated satellite navigation models with wireless CarPlay function in the past? Chasing Cars believes that the most likely reason is the built-in navigation shortcuts in these models. If wireless CarPlay is enabled, it will affect whether driving prioritizes the use of navigation shortcuts in the car.

It is worth noting that some existing car owners may be envious of future models offering wireless CarPlay functionality, but Chasing Cars points out that some already on the road models also have the opportunity to obtain this feature, which means that some car owners have the opportunity to bid farewell to wired CarPlay and Android Auto.

For car owners, their biggest concern should still be when this change will come true. Chasing Cars reported that Hyundai plans to provide this feature update for multiple models, including the first generation Kona, starting from October 2023.

(Source of the first image: Hyundai Automobile)