New 2017 Hyundai Elantra Features Smart Tech that Improves Driving Experience, Safety

Hyundai gave the Elantra sedan a major update for the 2017 model year, with new styling, chassis, engine and electronics. This car slots under the Sonata, Hyundai's larger midsize sedan. CNET's Roadshow recently took a look at the advanced cockpit technology that is helping the Elantra shine with tech-savvy car buyers.

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While the Elantra's driving dynamics should span all trims, moving up to the Limited model and adding the Tech package brings in navigation on an 8-inch touchscreen with support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The touchscreen, larger than on most cars of this class, also shows digital audio sources as well as phone features.

The car's native navigation system shows maps with a clean design and very extensive traffic coverage, with flow information for many surface streets as well as freeways. Upping the tech features in this Elantra, with the Ultimate package, adds dynamic headlights that point into turns, adaptive cruise control which automatically matches speeds with slower traffic ahead, and a lane-keeping assist system to keep the car from drifting across lane lines.

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