Don't worry, Hyundai's plans to sync with Google Glass aren't going to make the roads more dangerous. The company announced owners of the 2015 Genesis sedan will be able to use Google Glass for "pre-drive" functions only. These functions include remote start and route planning. 

Hyundai will also allow the Genesis to sync with other wearable devices, though we have no idea which ones it's referring to. Considering Google Glass isn't exactly taking off like it was expected to—Google employees are wearing Glass less and less—it seems unlikely that this integration will do much for Genesis sales. But hey, it sounds cool, and Hyundai can say it's embracing technology. 

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[via Automotive News]