[ Music ] ^M00:00:10 >> Brian Cooley: Hey gang. Brian Cooley here in the new Hyundai Genesis coupe equipped with the optional navigation. Here's a quick how to on how to manage destinations on this guy. 3 key buttons on the right side of the screen, just about everything's about the happen here. But it's also a touch screen and if you prefer you can use some of these onscreen buttons. Let's start off with destination. How do you start one? Real easy. Destination button here and then you can do address, a previous destination, the typical categories of setting where you want to go. I'll do address. Notice how quickly the touch screen responds. Good response on this guy. I like to start with city personally but I'm gonna enter a new address. Now it wants to know the city name, it's a QWERTY keyboard and again the fast response really helps you get that in there. House number comes up next and then it wants your street name, when you start with city as I did. I start with city because that'll winnow down the number of streets I can possibly chose from in predictive text, saw how quickly it found my street before I entered all the characters, I like that. Now you've got everything in there. You have to push this button on the screen to set as destination. It calculates a route and if you're doing a long way you'll have a variety of choices over here for your route. In this case it's a very short hop across the city so it's all the same way. >> Next right onto 2nd St. and then next right onto Mission St. >> Split screen comes up when you've got some kind of an action that's eminent. Other buttons to know about: When you want to turn off that voice which I often don't like there's a speaker icon right here, turns it on and off, it's really good. It's surfaced on the screen, not buried in a menu. This is for traffic. If you want to look up traffic categories and manipulate that. Points of interest are right here you've got icons for everything to gas stations to whatever P is, to places to sleep, hotels, amusements, banks, restaurants and of course here are your buttons to zoom in and out on the screen. When you want to add a way point go to route, edit way point, enter another destination and that's where you can slot where it's going to be up and down. When you want to cancel your guidance cause your done, you're not going there anymore again hit route and there's cancel route right there, confirm that and you're done. So this some quick how to's on game destinations in adding to them and cancelling guidance on this Hyundai Genesis coupe with the optional navigation system. ^M00:02:40 [ Music ]
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