Hyundai will offer XM NavTraffic real-time traffic service as an option on the Genesis, its new, rear-wheel-drive sports sedan.
It’s the first Hyundai to offer the traffic service. Each 2009 Hyundai Genesis equipped with XM NavTraffic comes with a three-month subscription.
XM NavTraffic alerts drivers to traffic incidents along their route, including accidents and construction delays. The service will be available as part of the vehicle’s navigation system. Hyundai’s rollout of XM Radio as a standard feature across its U.S. product line began in the 2007 model year.