As of 2015, Hyundai's Blue Link system comes standard on some of the company's vehicles, according to the company website. Consumers can order the Blue Link system as an option or as part of an upgraded trim level for most other vehicles.
Blue Link brings a number of cloud-connected features including automatic emergency response, vehicle health monitoring, a smartphone app for remote access and turn-by-turn driving directions from Google. Other useful features include a system for parents to receive smartphone notifications if a borrowed vehicle is driven outside of a set area, over the speed limit or after a predetermined curfew.
Blue Link comes standard on the 2015 Hyundai Veloster, Genesis Sedan, Santa Fe, Equus, Azera and Sonata Hybrid. The 2015 Elantra, Elantra Coupe, Elantra GT, Sonata, Santa Fe Sport, Tucson and Genesis Coupe offer Blue Link as an optional feature, usually bundled with other options as part of the Limited package.