Hyundai’s new 385-hp flagship sedan signals an intent to compete with the best vehicles from Germany and Japan. As such, it’s got the expected safety and performance features, such as a lane-departure warning system that tugs the errant driver’s seat belt in gentle warning. Even cooler, every new owner gets an iPad loaded with an interactive owner’s manual. Rather than just migrating flat pages onto the tablet, Hyundai has made the manual an immersive experience that includes an actual driving game. Beats fine print about tire pressure and maintenance schedules.
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