Hyundai Motor Group (HMG) has extended a maps and real-time traffic data deal to cover its entire vehicle range in Europe.

As was already the case for Genesis drivers, all Hyundai and Kia customers in Europe will now use TomTom maps for navigation and level two automated driving features.

The ADAS map provides these systems with higher quality road information, including gradient, lanes, curvature, and speed limits. HMG’s Highway Driving Assist (HDA) relies on this data to independently change speed if the posted limit changes, and automatically slow down and navigate freeway transition ramps and curves in a safer way.

The map data provides highly accurate, verified content for all speed limit types across Europe, helping with intelligent speed assistance (ISA) regulation compliance, which came into force in July 2022.