If your new Hyundai has a USB port you can rip all your CD and transfer them onto a USB drive. Leave it in the car and you always have all your CDs ready to play. It will hold far more music than your phone. https/www.youtube.com/watch?v=IshqzjAlIUM
Yes, but do you have to do something while ripping that allows the file info to be read or does the CD have a digital signature that transfers?
A common thing rippers do is to obtain the metadata (album info, artist, dates, blah-blah) from a publicly available database repository (this happens behind your back) and write this info into a so called ID3 tag attached to your .MP3, so that's how a player can deal with your ripped files.
I said "common" meaning you want to make sure by again, consulting your car stereo's manual, it will tell you specifically what it wants. After having consulted the manual and u still don't understand what it's asking you, pose your new question again.