I picked up a 2010 VC Nav unit with center dash cover $50 and spent 2 months searching for connectors to make it a plug and play. One day I just pulled out my stock 2008's factory multidisc XM radio (Limited with Infinity system and sub) just to see what matched up. The 2010 Nav unit bolts right in place and the factory (round) antenna plugs right in along with the factory (I believe 12 pin) wiring harness right to the back of the factory Nav unit. I powered it on and everything worked perfect. My XM does not work and screen says no signal. Not sure if I need a separate antenna or the fuse pulled to reset it. Also my GPS does not work again because I assume its a separate antenna. Though Im sure its not current maps anyway.
I am searching for a compatible factory under dash GPS antenna... Ebay has one at $79.
I also am working on hooking up rear view camera to the Nav unit. I know they are capable of playing videos just have to figure out wiring. All my local radio shops said all this was impossible...but Im sure they just want a sale of a new system with install.
I bought a cheap no name brand touchscreen on Amazon with all the app features, GPS, and camera but after installing it, the sound was just so horrible through the Infinity system I stuck with the factory Nav.
If interested: Check out our new page on Facebook- "Hyundai Veracruz Team." As New Hyundai models become more popular so will the older models like the Veracruz that never gained immediate popularity when they first came out because people were still stuck on Hyundai being a "cheap" brand. Hyundai and Kia have both come a long way and I'm especially excited knowing that it acquired two of BMW's top designers from their M and Performance divisions. That would explain the Stinger for Kia.