Yeah, I figured as much. I was more lamenting the fact that it never occurred to Hyundai engineers they had everything in the vehicle already to make this possible... all it needed was someone with a bit of imagination and a few lines of code in the ECU software.From what I've read, the heated steering wheel should be "doable" provided you had it on when you shut the car off. Not sure about the defroster. But no go on the heated seats. I've yet to find any 3rd party remote that'll do that with the Push to Start SFS 2013-current.
There's an explanation as to why on one of the vendors (the Canadian one, I can't recall off the top of my head). Something about it being a CANBUS or something signal and without the programming code or whatever, it can't be done.
- OEM remote start
- Temperature sensors
- Computer controlled heated seats, steering, climate controls, and rear defroster.