Hyundai Bluelink app and connected car services

Hyundai Bluelink app and connected car services make it easy to stay connected to your Hyundai, for maximum safety, security, convenience and enjoyment.

Hyundai Bluelink

  • New Hyundai Bluelink app and accompanying connected car services make it easy to stay connected, so owning a Hyundai is now more rewarding and convenient than ever
  • Clever Hyundai Bluelink brings smart mobility closer – the connected car is the next evolution of a super-connected lifestyle
  • Lets users connect to their Hyundai from anywhere via their smartphone, making sure it’s safe, healthy, prepped, and ready to go
  • Complimentary 5-year Hyundai Bluelink subscription included with new vehicle purchase
  • Bluelink is set to debut with the new 2023 Palisade, before gradually rolling out across the Hyundai model range

Hyundai Bluelink

Hyundai Bluelink

The introduction of Bluelink marks a step change on Hyundai’s mission to create smart mobility solutions and a better future for everyone.

With Bluelink, Hyundai vehicles are no longer just a means of transport. Now, they’re mobile computers connected to wireless networks that provide the gateway to a super-connected intelligent lifestyle.

Bluelink connected car services will debut in the new 2023 Palisade (Q3 2022), before gradually rolling out across the Hyundai model range.

Early connected cars barely let users call customer service – now the connected car can navigate routes in real-time, automatically call for emergency assistance after a collision, remotely operate vehicle systems, and alert the user if it detects a problem.

The app lets users find their car, or search for a destination, parking space, service station or restaurant on their smartphone, and then send the location straight to the in-car navigation system.

Hyundai Bluelink

In the event of an accident that causes the airbags to deploy, the vehicle will automatically call for help, with emergency assistance also available by pressing the SOS button 24/7, 365 days a year.

Bluelink also brings quick access to important data such as driving information records, as well as letting users keep an eye on key parts of their Hyundai including tyres, brakes, airbags and other safety and security features.

Last Mile Navigation lets users continue the in-car route guidance on their smartphone after parking, all the way to their desired destination.

Bluelink also lets users set, check and back-up their vehicle preferences as well as transfer them to another Hyundai vehicle.

The connected service also brings the security and peace of mind of valet, geofencing and time fencing modes, as well as a speed alert.

The app lets users control an array of vehicle features remotely including door locks, climate control settings, even turning on heated and cooled seats.

EV models take this remote-control functionality even further, allowing users to schedule battery charging, as well as cabin heating and cooling.

Users can simply download the app and scan the in car QR code to have all this functionality at their fingertips.

“With the rollout of Hyundai Bluelink, we are firmly on track to realise our goal of delivering the super-connected mobility solutions of the future,” Hyundai Motor Company Australia Chief Executive Officer, Ted Lee said.

“Bluelink makes owning a Hyundai safer, with the benefit of the Automatic Collision Notification and SOS functions, as well as more convenient and more rewarding.

“With Bluelink now it’s easier than ever for customers to stay connected to their Hyundai,” he said.

Hyundai Bluelink

Hyundai Bluelink: Key Features

Feature Description

Emergency Assistance

  • Automatic Collision Notification (ACN) – If a Hyundai vehicle is involved in an accident and the airbags deploy the vehicle will automatically call for help.
  • SOS button for emergency assistance 24/7, 365 days a year
Remote Vehicle Check
  • “Did I lock the car?” If a user forgot, Bluelink app will send a push notification to their smartphone to let them know
  • Other concerns, such as “Is the boot shut?” or “Are all the windows closed?” are also easily answered via the app, which can remotely lock or close them if needed
  • The app also lets users check fuel level/battery charge and remaining range
Advanced Remote

Control functions

(EV models)

  • Hyundai Bluelink control of EV charging schedules helps ensure users are always ready to go with a full charge
  • Scheduled charging to capture off-peak electricity rates and manage charging for battery life
  • Hyundai Bluelink app also lets users schedule cabin heating and cooling
Car Health
  • Bluelink lets users run a diagnostic check from the app to get a report alerting them if any of their Hyundai’s systems need to be checked (such as tyre pressure, brakes and battery)
Find My Car
  • Forgotten where you parked? With Hyundai Bluelink, just open the app and follow the map to your car’s location
Destination Send-to-Car
  • After searching a trip on the app, users can send the route to their Hyundai’s navigation system, ready to go
Last Mile Navigation
  • After parking near their destination users can use the Hyundai Bluelink app to continue the in-car navigation experience on foot with Augmented Reality or Google Maps smartphone guidance.
Bluelink Connected Car Services
  • Connected car services allows users can find a service station, a charging station, and know it’s available to plug-in, or navigate to their destination


  • Hyundai Bluelink-Cloud back-ups let users save their personalisation and vehicle settings and easily transfer them to another car
Remote climate control
  • Hyundai Bluelink lets users set their ideal comfortable cabin temperature, or turn on their vehicle’s heated and ventilated seats, remotely


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Rob Fraser – General dogsbody & Director Rob is the founder of the business. He constantly mutters something about way too many red wines one evening being to blame. Often known for taking the 4WD in the driveway over the sports car, he has travelled pretty much everywhere in Australia and when he is bored goes for a drive. He first learned to drive on the farm in a left hand drive WW11 Jeep when he was 11, and was hooked on 4WDriving way back then. In addition to 4WD he is an avid motoring enthusiast and has maintained a strong interest in the industry ever since his teens. He has owned way too many cars in his time as well. Having previously lived at the top of corporate life he retired in 2000 and hasn’t put a suit and tie on since. Cars are his passion so why not have a business doing what you love he figures. He has towed either a caravan or camper trailer to most parts of Australia, has run guided tours for camper trailers’ and instructed drivers in off road towing.