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Intelematics extends Hyundai agreement

Mobility services and connected vehicle solutions provider Intelematics has extended its SUNA Traffic Channel supply agreement with the Hyundai Motor Group.

The service extension will see SUNA Traffic continue to be delivered across the range of Hyundai vehicles, including the new generation Hyundai i30 in Australia and New Zealand.

SUNA is an advanced digital traffic service operating in Australia and New Zealand, providing traffic congestion and incident information.

Rod Chapman, Intelematics Australia’s chief executive, said: “Intelematics has maintained a successful relationship with Hyundai over the past five years. We are very pleased to be extending our partnership with such a popular renowned brand.”

“Combined with our dynamic engines and  Hyundai SmartSense safety technology features, SUNA live traffic updates ensures our i30 customers have a smooth, safe and enjoyable driving experience,” said Roman Naimey, product planning manager, Hyundai Motor Company Australia.

“The interface now supports split-screen display with multimedia information and SUNA live traffic updates.”


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