Hyundai Launch Fingerprint Tech To Start And Unlock Cars
The great chinese technology giant Hyundai has said it has developed a fingerprint recognition system which will now allow drivers to unlock and start their cars without the need for a conventional key.
This new innovation is due to be launched in China during the first quarter of 2019 and will appear first on the Hyundai Santa Fe SUV.
The procedure is that, drivers will register their fingerprint to the car before using the system. Fingerprint scanners in the door handle and on the car’s start button will then recognise the driver when used, granting access and starting the engine.
Multiple drivers can register their fingerprints and Hyundai says that the system will automatically adjust the driving position, mirrors, climate control and steering settings according to each individual user.
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