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Hyundai Belux partners with Bright Box for connected car service – ET Auto

New Delhi: Hyundai Beux has joined hands with Bright Box as its provider of connected car services. The international vendor of Connected Car, a remote car management system will enable telematics services for the Hyundai car drivers.

Also, the partnership will help the South Korean automaker to increase customer retention rate for dealerships.

The Bright Box’s remote car management system has proved to be a reliable provider of service features and an innovative end-user communication channel at the European market, claims the company in a release.

This system will become an advantage for the Hyundai i30 Fastback N, Kona EV, Tucson, Santa Fe owners by making the maintenance easy and convenient. All the Hyundai Belux cars will come with this feature from 2020.

The telematics solutions include central locking status, access to information about fuel level, battery level, odometer, battery information for hybrid, temperature, trip history and geo services.

This system comprises an OBD dongle that will be installed in the vehicle. Apart from that, there will be a web-based control panel and a custom app for contacting dealers.

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