Hyundai Motor and its affiliate Kia Motors said on Feb. 28 that they will install drive video record systems in upcoming new models to enhance customer convenience.
The DVRS will allow drivers to check recorded videos in the audio, video and navigation system built in a vehicle’s cockpit module as well as on their smartphones, Hyundai Motor Group said in a statement.
The group decided to “gradually” apply the built-in DVRS in new models as it topped other convenience devices in a recent consumer survey, it said.
Hyundai and Kia together form the world’s fifth-biggest carmaker by sales.
By Ram Garikipati and newswires (email@example.com)