HARMAN designed and built embedded infotainment system for the Genesis G90 that features 2D and 3D navigation, high definition mapping, voice commands, enhanced Bluetooth hands free connectivity, rich multimedia support, and a 200GB hard drive.
HARMAN designed the l interface for a 12.3-inch HD screen with touch control located in the center console. The wide screen format supports split display, so entertainment, apps, media and phone information can easily be displayed along with navigation, HVAC, and vehicle system data. HARMAN’s infotainment system for the Genesis G90 also includes dual 9.2-inch rear seat monitors for backseat connectivity and entertainment. High speed embedded connectivity is supported through an integrated 4G/LTE modem.
HARMAN also engineered and built the premium Lexicon surround sound system in two options – a 14-speaker, 600-watt base model or upgraded 17-speaker, 900 watt system. Designed specifically for the unique characteristics of the vehicle, The Lexicon Sound System offers Quantum Logic surround sound, and HARMAN’s patented Clari-fi software.
The Genesis G90 replaces the Hyundai Equus as the brand’s flagship luxury vehicle. Available now in Korea (as the Genesis EQ900), the Genesis G90 will be available in the US and European markets by mid 2016.
HARMAN will have some major announcements at CES 2016 with some heretofore unseen integration of enterprise software, configurable systems and security.