You can command your Hyundai with Amazon Echo
【Summary】You can command your Hyundai with Amazon Echo
Freezing cold outside? Ice on the windshield? Tell Alexa to start up your Hyundai and set the defroster to 85 degrees F. See that punk teenager with the skateboard headed toward your house again at night? Tell Alexa to lock the car door.
Hyundai and Amazon announced "Blue Link Skill for Amazon Alexa." This is the home appliance voice recognition system whcih can communicate with late-model Hyundais.
Hyundai, the Korean automaker, said the system will be integrated with its upcoming line of Prius-fighters, the Ioniq. It will be available as a hybrid, a plug-in hybrid, and an all-electric car.
You'll be able to program your car to start charging, for example, when utility rates are lower.
Amazon is also working with Ford and BMW on similar deals.
resource from: Los Angels Times
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