Auto Door Lock

Looks like on the new 2011 Sonata that you don't have to go to (pay?) the stealer to set the auto door locks. See the excerpt below from the Hyundai web site. Does anyone know what the
Eco Indicator is/does?
The trip computer calculates your average fuel consumption. What's more, it'll tell you precisely how many miles you can drive with the fuel you have left in your tank. You can also manage different settings on your car through the Trip Computer. Customize your Eco Indicator to give you only the info you want the most, indicate whether you want your headlights to shut off automatically or on a delay and control whether your doors lock after you put your car in drive or at a certain speed.(Standard on all models.)
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Fancy name for the tip computer

Trip computer that incorporates a few more functions.
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Yeabutt... These are pretty cool functions. Tailoring this type of stuff was strictly in the realm of the uber-luxury cars in the past.
I'm definitely thinking of stopping off to look at the new Sonata. It might be time to downstream the Santa-Fe.
Jon
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