Looks like Hyundai is planning to kick of this year's CES with a bang. They have announced a new way for car owners to start their cars, with their smart watches! It's dark in the parking lot. You are definite someone was following you and now you can't seem to fish out your keys from your pocket. Fret not! With the new smart watch app, you can unlock your car with just a tap! Flash your lights without even unlocking your car and scare the hell out of your imaginary stalker! The Blue Link smartwatch app lets you lock and unlock your doors, start the car, stop the engine, flash your lights and honk the horn, all remotely. The car finder will help you locate your car if you forgot where you parked it. And if your car has broken down, the app will let you call for roadside assistance. The Blue Link system was originally launched in 2012 and is available in a number of Hyundai's 2015 models like the Sonata, Genesis, and Azera. The South Korean car maker will be debuting the Android Wear app next week's Consumer Electronics Show.