The automaker is helping its electric car drivers customize their ride with a mobile app that lets them select and save preferences for max speed, response times, A/C control and more

South Korean motor company Hyundai is giving drivers more control over their cars with its latest mobile app. Geared towards the brand's electric cars, the app will allow drivers to build personal profiles that save their preferences to easily transfer between vehicles.

The car features the app lets drivers control include max speed and torque output, ignition, braking strength, response times, acceleration and deceleration, and even energy output for the air conditioning. In addition to personalizing their ride, drivers can also make use of the app's navigation functions, analyzing their route to recommend directions and even changes to profile settings.

To transfer their settings to another vehicle, drivers simply synch and download. As electric cars have been on the rise over the past several years, both in personal ownership and the rental industry, Hyundai hopes to further incentivize auto customers with the ability to easily choose and set customized driving experiences.

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South Korean motor company Hyundai is giving drivers more control over their cars with its latest mobile app. Geared towards the brand's electric cars, the app will allow drivers to build personal profiles that save their preferences to easily transfer between vehicles.

The car features the app lets drivers control include max speed and torque output, ignition, braking strength, response times, acceleration and deceleration, and even energy output for the air conditioning. In addition to personalizing their ride, drivers can also make use of the app's navigation functions, analyzing their route to recommend directions and even changes to profile settings.