The Korean car manufacturer Hyundai offers the models i10, i20, i30 and Bayon with extended connectivity as special models under the title Connect & Go.
Extensive networking options are becoming increasingly important for car buyers. Hyundai is now countering the corresponding customer demand with the Connect & Go special models with extended standard connectivity. The Connect & Go models of the 2023 model year generally have a navigation system including cloud-based Bluelink telematics services, a lifetime map update (valid for up to ten years after the end of production of the vehicle) and various online services called Live Services at Hyundai .
Available for i10, i20, i30 and Bayon
The special models also offer other extras beyond the extended connectivity. The i10 adds 15-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, rear view camera and rear parking assist, heated front seats, tinted windows from the B-pillar down and wing mirrors painted in Phantom Black with integrated turn signals. The new special model costs 15,800 euros with a 67 hp 1.0-liter petrol engine.
The i20 Connect & Go costs from 19,750 euros and, like the i10, runs with a 1.0-liter three-cylinder petrol engine. In the larger model, the engine delivers 100 hp thanks to turbocharging. For the Bayon Connect & Go with the same engine, Hyundai calls for a basic price of 21,650 euros, the i30 Connect & Go costs as a five-door from 23,350 euros and as a station wagon from 24,350 euros. The 1.0-liter three-cylinder is also installed here, but in the i30 it delivers 120 hp.,
For drivers who value connectivity, Hyundai is launching four series as a Connect & Go special model with extended connectivity. Extensive smartphone users should be happy about this offer.