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Hyundai Smartwatch technology-Audi Q1 production-Mercedes GLE night pack

Audi have confirmed that the production of their brand new Q1 model will officially begin from next year. The new vehicle is the next in line to join the Q line up from the company and will now as a new SUV addition to the companies supermini segment. Power and engine information remains quiet for this moment in time but we do know of the Q1 will measure both in terms of length and width to that of the A3 model. This new model is to be just one of many new SUV additions that the company are planning to launch over the next number of years but no name has been given to these other models as of yet or a launch time. The only images of the cars existence are sketched designs revealing a hexagonal shaped front grille with two large air intakes and multi spoke alloy wheels. It will be interesting to see just how the car turns out though as the brand will have Wolfgang Egger working as their design chief for the very first time with the new Q1.


Hyundai cars to be controlled by smartwatches

We have all seen the technology that has been brought into play which allows us to control certain functions of our vehicle via the use of our smartphones. Companies have since taken the technology to the next level by offering similar technology in smart watches and Hyundai are just the latest manufacturer to include the technology in their setup. The brand have launched a brand new update via their Blue Link App which can now be downloaded to smart watches and can be used to control certain areas of your car. Your car must however be fitted with the Blue Link technology for the new smartwatch app to work. Some of the cars from Hyundai that currently pack this technology include the Genesis,the Sonata from 2012 and the Azera. The new system will allow smartwatches to turn on the engine of the car, turn the engine off,beep the horn and flash the headlights. You will be able to call for roadside assistance from the new feature also. To make it even more exciting, you will be able to use these features via voice commands. Your car must use Blue Link technology, you must have the app downloaded to your smartphone for the watch to communicate with and link and that is it your off and running.


Mercedes add a night pack to the GLE Coupe range

Mercedes have now launched a new set of extras for their range of GLE Coupe models. The new pack has been called the Night Pack and will carry some brand new darker tone components for the exterior design of the range. A new Gloss paint has been used for both the front and back spoilers across the car, a new Black front grille and new twin spoke alloy wheels will also find their place inside the new bundle. Chrome exhausts, a new gloss finish for the mirrors and privacy glass are also included. Depending on which model you spend your money on, you can expect some items to differ also. The AMG GLE 63 and GLE 63S models receive the dual exhausts in Black and Black wings for the front and back aprons are also included. Twenty two inch alloy wheels in Black for the GLE 450 AMG 4MATIC model are brought into play. So do these new added features sound exciting to you?.