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Driver assistance system
Information
WARNING
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
When the engine is restarted, Forward
(Sensor fusion) uses the following
Collision-Avoidance Assist will always
sensors:
turn on.
• Front view camera
However, if Forward Safety is
deselected, the driver should always be
• Front radar
aware of the surroundings and drive
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
safely.
sensors" section in this chapter for the
location.
CAUTION
Forward Collision-Avoidance
The setting for Forward Safety includes
Assist settings
‘Basic function’ and ‘Junction Turning’.
Forward Safety
Forward Safety Warning Timing
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With the ignition switch ON, go to User
With the ignition switch ON, go to User
Settings > Driver Assistance > Driving
Settings > Driver Assistance > Driving
Safety from the Settings menu in the
Safety > Forward Safety Warning
instrument cluster or Settings > Vehicle >
Timingfrom the settings menu in the
Driver Assistance > Driving Safety from
instrument cluster or Settings > Vehicle >
the settings menu in the infotainment
Driver Assistance > Driving Safety >
system to select the following:
Forward Safety Warning Timing settings
• If Forward Safety is selected, Forward
menu in the infotainment system to
Collision-Avoidance Assist will warn the
change the initial warning activation time.
driver with a warning message, an
Warning Timing is set to Standard at the
audible warning depending on the
factory.
collision risk levels. Braking assist will
be applied depending on the collision
risk levels.
If Forward Safety is deselected,
Forward Safety will turn off. The
warning light (
) will illuminate on the
instrument cluster.
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Collision Warning
WARNING
• Even though Standard is selected for
Forward Safety Warning Timing if the
vehicle ahead of you suddenly stops,
the initial warning activation time may
not seem late.
• Select Late for Forward Safety Warning
Timing when traffic is light and your
vehicle speed is slow.
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Information
If Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
When the engine is restarted, the
judges that a collision may occur, the
Warning Timing maintains its last setting.
message may appear on the instrument
cluster and an audible warning is heard
when:
• A vehicle or powered two-wheeler is
Information
detected, and your vehicle speed is
You can set the following Warning
about 6-125 mph (10-200 km/h).
Methods:
• A pedestrian or cyclist is detected, and
• Warning Volume/Haptic
your vehicle speed is about 6-53 mph
Warning/Driving Safety Priority
(10-85 km/h).
For more information, refer to the "Driver
assistance system settings" section in this
Emergency Braking
chapter.
Forward Collision-Avoidance
Assist operation
Basic function
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist may
warn and brake your vehicle depending
on the collision risk level.
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If Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
judges avoiding a collision may be
difficult, it applies higher brake force that
may help avoid a collision with the
vehicle, pedestrian, or cyclist detected
ahead.
The warning message may appear on the
instrument cluster and an audible
warning is heard when:
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Driver assistance system
• Vehicle or powered two-wheeler:
Junction Turning function
Junction Turning function will warn and
Driving
Stopped
help control the vehicle depending on the
vehicle
vehicle
collision risk level: ‘Collision Warning’,
‘Emergency Braking’ and ‘Stopping
Weak
Approximately 6-125 mph
vehicle and ending brake control'.
braking
(10-200 km/h)
power
Collision Warning
Approximat
Approximat
Strong
ely 6-81
ely 6-47
braking
mph
mph (10-75
power
(10-130
km/h)
km/h)
• Pedestrian or cyclist:
The function will operate when your
vehicle speed is between
approximately 6-40 mph (10-65 km/h).
Stopping vehicle and ending brake control
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If Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
judges that a collision may occur, the
message may appear on the instrument
cluster and an audible warning is heard
when:
• Your vehicle speed is about 6-19 mph
(10-30 km/h) and the oncoming vehicle
speed is about 19-44 mph (30-70
km/h).
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After your vehicle has stopped following
an Emergency Braking event, the "Drive
carefully" warning message may appear
on the instrument cluster.
Depress the brake pedal immediately and
check the surroundings.
• Braking control ends about 2 seconds
after your vehicle is stopped following
an Emergency Braking event.
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Emergency Braking
Stopping vehicle and ending brake control
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If Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
• After your vehicle has stopped
judges avoiding a collision may be
following an Emergency Braking event,
difficult, it applies higher brake force that
the "Drive carefully" warning message
may help avoid a collision with the
may appear on the instrument cluster.
oncoming vehicle detected.
Depress the brake pedal immediately
The warning message may appear on the
and check the surroundings.
instrument cluster and an audible
• Braking control ends about 2 seconds
warning is heard when:
after your vehicle is stopped following
• Your vehicle speed is about 6-19 mph
an Emergency Braking event.
(10-30 km/h) and the oncoming vehicle
speed is about 19-44 mph (30-70
km/h).
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Driver assistance system
Direct Oncoming function
Emergency Braking
Direct Oncoming function will warn and
control the vehicle depending on the
collision risk level: ‘Collision Warning’,
‘Emergency Braking’ and ‘Stopping
vehicle and ending brake control’.
Collision Warning
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• To warn the driver that emergency
braking will be assisted, Forward Safety
warning light (
) blinking, the
"Emergency Braking" warning
message will appear on the instrument
cluster, an audible warning will sound.
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• In emergency braking situation,
• To warn the driver of a collision,
braking is assisted with strong braking
Forward Safety warning light (
)
power by the function to help prevent
blinking, the "Collision Warning"
collision with the oncoming vehicle.
warning message will appear on the
• The function will operate when your
instrument cluster, an audible warning
vehicle speed is between about 19-80
will sound.
mph (30-130 km/h) and the detected
• The function will operate when your
oncoming vehicle speed is about above
vehicle speed is between about 19-80
6 mph (10 km/h).
mph (30-130 km/h) and the detected
oncoming vehicle speed is about above
6 mph (10 km/h) and the oncoming
vehicle speed is about above 6 mph (10
km/h).
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Stopping vehicle and ending brake control
WARNING
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist may
not operate in all situations and cannot
avoid all collisions.
To prevent serious injury or death:
Only change the settings after parking
your vehicle at a safe location.
Control your vehicle at all times. Do not
depend on Forward
Collision-Avoidance Assist to avoid a
collision. Always maintain a safe
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distance from the vehicles ahead and
• When the vehicle is stopped due to
reduce your vehicle speed as needed.
emergency braking, the "Drive
carefully" warning message will appear
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
on the instrument cluster. For your
may stop operating, or may not
safety, the driver should depress the
operate, or operate unnecessarily
brake pedal immediately and check the
depending on the road conditions and
surroundings.
surroundings.
• Brake control will end after the vehicle
When Active Assist or Warning Only is
is stopped by emergency braking for
selected and ESC is turned off by
about 2 seconds.
pressing and holding the ESC OFF
button, Forward Collision-Avoidance
CAUTION
Assist turns off automatically. Then the
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
If your vehicle or the oncoming vehicle is
settings cannot be changed using the
not driving straight, Direct Oncoming
settings menu and the warning light
function warning and control may be late
illuminates on the instrument cluster. If
or may not operate.
ESC is turned on again by pressing the
ESC OFF button, Forward
Collision-Avoidance Assist maintains its
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last setting.
Never attempt to activate Forward
Press the hazard warning flasher to turn
Collision-Avoidance Assist by
off the audible warning of the collision
intentionally driving toward people,
warning or emergency braking system.
animals, objects, or other vehicles.
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
may not assist braking your vehicle if
you depress the brake pedal sufficiently
in response to the potential hazard
detected by the function to avoid all
collisions.
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• During Forward Collision-Avoidance
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Assist operation, your vehicle may stop
suddenly. Always wear your seat belt,
• In a situation collision is imminent,
check your passengers have their seat
braking may be assisted by Forward
belts fastened and secure loose objects
Collision-Avoidance Assist when
that may become projectiles.
braking is insufficient by the driver.
• When other system’s warning message
• The images and colors in the
appears or audible warning is heard,
instrument cluster may differ
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
depending on the cluster type or theme
may not warn you.
selected from the instrument cluster.
• You may not hear the audible warning
of Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist if
the surrounding environment is too
Forward Collision-Avoidance
noisy.
Assist malfunction and
• Even if there is a problem with Forward
limitations
Collision-Avoidance Assist, the
vehicle’s basic braking will function
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
normally.
malfunction
• During emergency braking, braking
control by Forward Collision-Avoidance
Assist will automatically cancel when
the driver excessively depresses the
accelerator pedal or sharply steers the
vehicle.
CAUTION
• Depending on the condition of the
vehicle, powered two-wheeler,
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pedestrian and cyclist in front and the
When Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
surroundings, the speed range to
is not working properly, the "Check
operate Forward Collision-Avoidance
Forward Safety system" warning
Assist may reduce. Forward
message may appear, and the and
Collision-Avoidance Assist may only
warning lights may illuminate on the
warn the driver, or it may not operate.
instrument cluster. Have the vehicle
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist will
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
operate under certain conditions by
dealer.
judging the risk level based on the
condition of the oncoming vehicle,
powered two-wheeler, driving
direction, speed and surroundings.
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
may be limited or disabled if the vehicle
or powered two-wheeler speed is too
high or the distance to the vehicle
ahead is far.
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Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
WARNING
disabled
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
may not operate properly even if there
is no warning message or warning light
on the instrument cluster.
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
may not operate properly in open areas
where no objects are detected (e.g.
empty parking lot) or when the
detecting sensors are blocked right
after turning on the engine.
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• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
When the front view camera or front radar
may not operate properly even after the
is covered or blocked, Forward
engine has been restarted when the
Collision-Avoidance Assist may be
detecting sensors are blocked or there
temporarily limited or disabled.
is a problem with the function.
The "Forward Safety system disabled.
Camera obscured" and "Forward Safety
Limitations of Forward
system disabled. Radar blocked"
Collision-Avoidance Assist
warning messages may appear, and the
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist may
and warning lights may illuminate
not operate normally or may operate
on the instrument cluster.
unexpectedly if:
The function operates normally when
• The detecting sensor or the
such foreign material is removed, and the
surroundings are contaminated or
engine is restarted.
damaged.
If Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
• The temperature around the front view
does not operate normally after the
camera is high or low due to
sensor has been uncovered or unblocked,
surrounding environment.
have the vehicle inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
• The camera lens is contaminated due to
tinted, filmed or coated windshield,
damaged glass, or sticky foreign
material (sticker, bug, etc.) on the glass.
• Moisture is not removed or frozen on
the windshield.
• Washer fluid is continuously sprayed, or
the wiper is on.
• Driving in heavy rain or snow, or thick
fog.
• The field of view of the front view
camera is obstructed by sun glare.
• Street light or light from an oncoming
traffic is reflected on the wet road
surface, such as a puddle on the road.
• An object is placed on the dashboard.
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Your vehicle is being towed.
A material is near that reflects very well
on the front radar, such as a guardrail,
The surrounding is very bright.
nearby vehicle, etc.
The surrounding is very dark, such as in
The cyclist in front is on a bicycle made
a tunnel, etc.
of material that does not reflect on the
The brightness changes suddenly, for
front radar.
example when entering or exiting a
The vehicle or powered two-wheeler in
tunnel.
front is detected late.
The brightness outside is low, and the
The vehicle or powered two-wheeler in
headlamps are not on or are not bright.
front is suddenly blocked by an
Driving through steam, smoke or
obstacle.
shadow.
The vehicle or powered two-wheeler in
Only part of the vehicle, powered
front suddenly changes lane or
two-wheeler, pedestrian or cyclist is
suddenly reduces speed.
detected.
The vehicle or powered two-wheeler in
The vehicle in front is a bus, heavy
front is bent out of shape.
truck, truck with an unusually shaped
The front vehicle or powered
cargo, trailer, etc.
two-wheeler speed is fast or slow.
The vehicle or powered two-wheeler in
The vehicle in front steers in the
front has no tail lights, tail lights are
opposite direction of your vehicle to
located unusually, etc.
avoid a collision.
The brightness outside is low, and the
With a vehicle in front, your vehicle
tail lamps are not on or are not bright.
changes lane at low speed.
The rear of the front vehicle is small or
The vehicle or powered two-wheeler in
the vehicle does not look normal, such
front is covered with snow.
as when the vehicle is tilted,
overturned, or the side of the vehicle is
You are departing or returning to the
visible, etc.
lane.
The front vehicle’s ground clearance is
Unstable driving.
low or high.
You are on a roundabout and the
A vehicle, powered two-wheeler,
vehicle in front is not detected.
pedestrian or cyclist suddenly cuts in
You are continuously driving in a circle.
front.
The vehicle or powered two-wheeler in
The bumper around the front radar is
front has an unusual shape.
impacted, damaged or the front radar is
The vehicle or powered two-wheeler in
out of position.
front is driving uphill or downhill.
The temperature around the front radar
The pedestrian or cyclist is not fully
is high or low.
detected, for example, if the pedestrian
Driving through a tunnel or iron bridge.
is leaning over or is not fully walking
Driving in vast areas where there are
upright.
few vehicles or structures. (for
The pedestrian or cyclist is wearing
example, desert, meadow, suburb, etc.)
clothing or equipment that makes it
Driving near areas containing metal
difficult to detect.
substances, such as a construction
zone, railroad, etc.
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• The adverse road conditions cause
excessive vehicle vibrations while
driving.
• Your vehicle height is low or high due to
heavy loads, abnormal tire pressure,
etc.
• Driving through a narrow road where
trees or grass or overgrown.
• There is interference by
electromagnetic waves, such as driving
in an area with strong radio waves or
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electrical noise.
The illustration above shows the image
the front view camera and front radar are
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capable of detecting as a vehicle,
Driving on a curved road
powered two-wheeler, pedestrian and
cyclist.
The pedestrian or cyclist in front is
moving very quickly.
The pedestrian or cyclist in front is short
or is posing a low posture.
The pedestrian or cyclist in front has
impaired mobility.
The pedestrian or cyclist in front is
moving intersected with the driving
direction.
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There is a group of pedestrians, cyclists
or a large crowd in front.
The pedestrian or cyclist is wearing
clothing that easily blends into the
background, making it difficult to
detect.
The pedestrian or cyclist is difficult to
distinguish from the similarly shaped
structure in the surroundings.
You are driving by a pedestrian, cyclist,
traffic signs, structures, etc. near the
intersection.
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Driving in a parking lot.
Driving through a tollgate, construction
area, unpaved road, partial paved road,
uneven road, speed bumps, etc.
Driving on an incline road, curved road,
etc.
Driving through a roadside with trees or
streetlights.
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OADAS018SD
OADAS017SD
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
may not detect other vehicles, powered
two-wheelers, pedestrians or cyclists in
front of you when driving on a curved
roads adversely affecting the
performance of the sensors. This may
result in no warning, braking assist
when necessary.
When driving on a curved road, always
maintain a safe distance from others on
the road. Reduce your vehicle speed or
steer your vehicle as needed.
OADAS019SD
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
may detect a vehicle, powered
two-wheeler, pedestrian or cyclist in
the next lane or outside the lane when
driving on a curved road.
Always check road conditions, and if
necessary, take appropriate actions to
drive safely.
OADAS015SD
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Driving on an inclined road
OADAS011SD
OADAS012SD
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
may not detect other vehicles, powered
two-wheelers, pedestrians or cyclists in
front of you while driving uphill or
downhill adversely affecting the
performance of the sensors.
This may result in unnecessary warning
or braking assist, or no warning or
braking assist when needed.
Also, vehicle speed may rapidly
decrease when a vehicle, powered
two-wheeler, pedestrian or cyclist
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ahead is suddenly detected. Always
maintain a safe distance from the
others on the road. Adjust your vehicle
speed or steer your vehicle depending
on the road conditions.
OADAS010SD
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Changing lanes
OADAS031SD
OADAS030SD
[A] Your vehicle
[B] Lane changing vehicle
[A] Your vehicle
[C] Same lane vehicle
[B] Lane changing vehicle
When a vehicle in front of you departs
When a vehicle moves into your lane
the lane, Forward Collision-Avoidance
from an adjacent lane, it cannot be
Assist may not immediately detect
detected by the sensor until it is within
another vehicle in your lane of travel.
the sensor's detection range. Forward
Collision-Avoidance Assist may not
Always maintain a safe distance from
immediately detect the vehicle when
the vehicles ahead. Adjust your vehicle
the vehicle changes lanes suddenly.
speed or steer your vehicle depending
on the road conditions.
Always maintain a safe distance from
the vehicles ahead. Adjust your vehicle
speed or steer your vehicle depending
on the road conditions.
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Detecting a vehicle
WARNING
• When you are towing a trailer or
another vehicle, turn off Forward
Collision-Avoidance Assist.
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
may operate if objects that are similar
in shape or characteristics to vehicles,
powered two-wheeler, pedestrians and
cyclists are detected.
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
may not detect bicycles, motorcycles,
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or smaller wheeled objects such as
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
luggage bags, shopping carts, or
may not be able to detect all potential
strollers.
hazards, like if the vehicle in front of
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
you has cargo that extends rearward
may not operate normally if there is
past the end of the vehicle or if the
interference from strong
vehicle in front of you has higher
electromagnetic waves.
ground clearance. Always maintain a
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
safe distance from the vehicles ahead.
may not operate for 15 seconds right
Adjust your vehicle speed or steer your
after your vehicle is started or when the
vehicle depending on the road
front view camera is initialized.
conditions.
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Driver assistance system
Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)
Lane Keeping Assist settings
Lane Keeping Assist uses the front view
Lane Safety
camera to help detect lane markings (or
road edges) while driving over a certain
speed. Lane Keeping Assist may warn you
if your vehicle leaves the lane without
using the turn signal and may steer the
vehicle to help prevent it from departing
its travel lane.
WARNING
Always monitor your vehicle speed and
the distance to vehicles ahead on the
road. Lane Keeping Assist is not a
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substitute for safe driving practices, but a
supplemental function only.
With the ignition switch ON, go to User
Settings > Driver Assistance > Driving
Safety > Lane Safety from the settings
menu in the instrument cluster or
Information
Settings > Vehicle > Driver Assistance >
Lane Keeping Assist uses the following
Driving Safety > Lane Safety from the
sensor:
settings menu in the infotainment system
to select the following:
• Front view camera
If Lane Safety is selected, Lane Keeping
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
Assist will automatically assist the driver’s
sensors" section in this chapter for the
steering when lane departure is detected
location.
to help prevent the vehicle from moving
out of its lane. If Lane Safety is
deselected, Lane keeping Assist will turn
off and the indicator light will turn off the
cluster.
WARNING
• Lane Keeping Assist does not control
the steering wheel when the vehicle is
driven in the middle of the lane.
• The driver should always be aware of
the surroundings. If Lane Safety is
deselected, Lane Keeping assist cannot
assist you.
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Warning and control
Information
Left
You can set the following Warning
Methods:
• Warning Volume/Haptic Warning/Lane
Safety Audible Warning Off/Driving
Safety Priority
For more information, refer to the "Driver
assistance system settings" section in this
chapter.
Lane Keeping Assist operation
Right
Turning Lane Keeping Assist On/Off
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Lane Departure Warning
With the engine ON, press and hold the
If the vehicle detects it is departing from
Driving Assist button located on the
the projected lane ahead, the green
steering wheel to turn on and off. The
indicator light and the lane line blink on
grey or green
indicator light
the instrument cluster depending on
illuminates on the instrument cluster
which direction your vehicle is veering,
when the function is on.
and an audible warning sounds.
Press and hold the button again to turn off
• Lane Keeping Assist operates when
the function.
your vehicle speed is about 40-120 mph
(60-200 km/h).
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• When the engine is restarted, Lane
Keeping Assist maintains its last
setting.
• When Lane Keeping Assist is turned off
by pressing the Lane Driving Assist
button, the Lane Safety setting is
changed to Off.
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Lane Keeping Assist
WARNING
If your vehicle detects it is departing from
the projected lane ahead, the green
Lane Keeping Assist may not operate in all
indicator light blinks on the instrument
situations and cannot avoid all collisions.
cluster, and the steering wheel makes
To prevent serious injury or death:
adjustments to keep your vehicle inside
Always steer your vehicle. Lane
its travel lane.
Keeping Assist is not an autonomous
• Lane Keeping Assist operates when
driving system and does not steer your
your vehicle speed is about 40-120 mph
vehicle at all times.
(60-200 km/h).
Lane Keeping Assist may not steer if the
steering wheel is held too tightly, or the
Hands-off warning
steering wheel is turned too far left or
right.
If the steering wheel is held very
loosely, the hands-off warning
message may appear because the Lane
Keeping Assist may not recognize that
you have your hands on the steering
wheel.
The hands-off warning message may
appear late or not at all depending on
the road condition.
If you attach objects to the steering
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wheel, the hands-off warning may not
If you take your hands off the steering
work properly.
wheel for several seconds, the "Place
hands on steering wheel" warning
message may appear on the instrument
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cluster, and an audible warning may
sound in successive stages.
The status of the Lane Keeping Assist
operation appears in Driving Assist
mode on the instrument cluster. Refer
to the "View modes" section in chapter
4.
When lane markings (or road edges) are
detected, the lane lines on the
instrument cluster changes from gray
to white. When Lane Keeping Assist is
enabled, the green
indicator light
illuminates.
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Lane undetected
Lane Keeping Assist
malfunction and limitations
Lane Keeping Assist malfunction
Lane detected
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When Lane Keeping Assist is not working
properly, the "Check Lane Safety system"
message may appear and the yellow
indicator light may illuminate on the
instrument cluster. Have the vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
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Limitations of Lane Keeping Assist
• The images and colors in the
Lane Keeping Assist may not operate
instrument cluster may differ
normally or may operate unexpectedly if:
depending on the cluster type or theme
selected from the settings menu.
• The lane is difficult to distinguish
because:
• You can steer your vehicle even when
steering is assisted by Lane Keeping
- The lane markings (or road edge) are
Assist.
damaged or covered with rain, snow,
dirt, oil, etc.
• It may require more or less force to turn
the steering wheel when Lane Keeping
- The color of the lane marking (or road
Assist is providing steering assistance.
edge) is not distinguishable from the
road.
- There are markings (or road edges)
on the road or near the lane that looks
similar to the lane markings (or road
edge).
• The lane markings are covered by the
shadow of objects around the road,
such as median strip, guardrails, noise
barriers, and trees.
• There are more than two lane markings
(or road edges) on the road.
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• The lane number increases or
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decreases, or the lane markings (or
road edges) are crossing.
Lane Keeping Assist may be canceled
• The lane markings (or road edges) are
or may not work properly depending on
complicated or a structure substitutes
the road conditions and the
for the lines, such as a construction
surroundings.
area or tollbooth area.
When you are towing a trailer or
• There are road markings, such as zigzag
another vehicle, turn off Lane Keeping
lanes, crosswalk markings and road
Assist.
signs.
If your vehicle is driven at high speeds,
• The lane suddenly disappears, such as
Lane Keeping Assist may not steer the
at the intersection.
vehicle.
• The lane (or road width) is very wide or
When other system’s warning message
narrow.
appears or audible warning is heard,
Lane Keeping Assist may not warn you.
• There is a road edge without a lane.
You may not hear the audible warning
• There is a boundary structure on the
of Lane Keeping Assist if the
road, such as sidewalk or curb.
surrounding environment is too noisy.
• The distance to the front vehicle is
Lane Keeping Assist may not operate
extremely short or the vehicle in front is
for 15 seconds right after your vehicle is
covering the lane marking (or road
started or when the front view camera
edge).
is initialized.
Information
Lane Keeping Assist does not operate
when:
For more information on limitations of the
- Either the turn signal or hazard
front view camera, refer to the "Forward
warning flasher is turned on.
Collision Avoidance Assist (FCA) (Sensor
fusion)" section in this chapter.
- Your vehicle is not driven in the
center of the lane after turning on
Lane Keeping Assist or after changing
lanes.
- ESC (Electronic Stability Control) or
VSM (Vehicle Stability Management)
is controlling the brake force to the
wheels.
- Your vehicle is driven on sharp
curves.
- Driving below 35 mph (55 km/h) or
above 130 mph (210 km/h).
- Your vehicle makes sharp lane
changes.
- Your vehicle brakes suddenly.
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Blind-spot
Collision-Avoidance
Assist (BCA)
if equipped
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
uses the front view camera and the rear
corner radar to help detect approaching
vehicles in the driver’s blind spot areas
and warn you of a possible collision with a
warning message and audible warning.
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If there is a collision risk when driving
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
forward out of a parking space,
helps detect and warns you that a vehicle
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
is approaching at high speed from the
may brake your vehicle to help avoid a
blind spot area.
collision.
CAUTION
The warning timing may differ depending
on the speed of the vehicle approaching
you at high speed.
OHY059001
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
helps detect and warns you that a vehicle
is in the blind spot area.
WARNING
OHY059004
The detecting range may differ
depending on the speed of your vehicle.
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
Vehicles in the blind spot area may not be
may brake your vehicle if there is a
detected by Blind-Spot
detected collision risk when driving
Collision-Avoidance Assist when you pass
forward out of a parking space.
other vehicles at high speeds.
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Information
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
uses the following sensors:
• Front view camera
• Rear corner radars
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
sensors" section in this chapter for the
location.
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When the engine is restarted with
Blind-spot
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
Collision-Avoidance Assist
off,the "Blind-Spot Safety System is Off"
settings
message will appear on the instrument
cluster. If you select Blind-spot safety,
warning light on the side view mirror will
Blind-Spot Safety
blink for three seconds. In addition, if the
vehicle is turned on, when Blind-Spot
Safety is selected, the warning light on
the side view mirror will blink for three
seconds.
WARNING
The driver should always be aware of the
surroundings and drive safely. If
Blind-spot safety is deselected,
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
cannot assist you.
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With the ignition switch ON, go to User
settings > Driver Assistance > Driving
Safety > Blind-Spot Safety from the
Information
settings menu in the instrument cluster or
When the engine is restarted, Blind-Spot
Settings > Vehicle > Driver Assistance >
Collision-Avoidance Assist maintains its
Driving Safety > Blind-Spot Safety from
last setting.
the settings menu in the infotainment
system to select the following:
If Blind-Spot Safety is
selected,Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Information
Assist will warn the driver with a warning
You can set the Warning Timing and
message, an audible warning depending
following Warning Methods:
on the collision risk
• Warning Volume/Haptic
Warning/Driving Safety Priority
For more information, refer to the "Driver
assistance system settings" section in this
chapter.
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Blind-spot
WARNING
Collision-Avoidance Assist
• The detection range of the rear corner
operation
radar is determined by a standard road
width. On narrow roads, the function
Driving-Warning
may detect other vehicles in the next
lane and warn you. On wide roads, the
function may not be able to detect a
vehicle driving in the next lane and may
not warn you.
• When the hazard warning flasher is on,
the collision warning initiated by
activating the turn signal may not
operate.
Collision-avoidance assist (while
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parallel parking exit)
Vehicle detection
When a vehicle is detected in a blind spot,
the warning light on the side view mirror
illuminates.
• Vehicle detection operates when your
vehicle speed is above 12 mph (20
km/h) and the speed of the vehicle in
the blind spot area is above 6 mph (10
km/h).
Collision warning
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Collision warning may operate when the
To warn you of a potential collision, the
turn signal is turned on in the direction of
warning light on the side view mirror may
a detected vehicle.
blink, a warning message may appear on
• To warn you of a potential collision, the
the instrument cluster, and an audible
warning light on the side view mirror
warning may sound.
may blink and an audible warning may
• Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
sound.
operates when your vehicle speed is
• When the turn signal is turned off or you
below 2 mph (3 km/h) and the speed of
move away from the vehicle in the blind
the vehicle in the blind spot area is
spot, the function returns to vehicle
above 3 mph (5 km/h).
detection state.
• Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
• Collision warning may warn when your
may assist with braking your vehicle to
vehicle speed is above 25 mph (40
avoid a collision.
km/h) and the speed of the vehicle in
the blind spot area is above 6 mph (10
km/h).
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• Even if there is a problem with
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist,
your vehicle’s braking system operates
normally.
• Control your vehicle at all times. Always
maintain a safe distance from the
vehicles ahead and adjust your vehicle
speed depending on the road
conditions.
• Never attempt to activate Blind-Spot
Collision-Avoidance Assist by
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intentionally driving toward people,
After your vehicle is stopped following an
animals, objects, or other vehicles.
Emergency Braking event, the "Drive
• When other system’s warning message
carefully" warning message may appear
appears or audible warning is heard,
on the instrument cluster.
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
Depress the brake pedal immediately and
may not warn you.
check the surroundings.
• You may not hear the audible warning
• Braking control ends about 2 seconds
of Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
after your vehicle is stopped following
Assist if the surrounding environment is
an Emergency Braking event.
too noisy.
WARNING
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
WARNING
may not operate in all situations and
Braking is not assisted and only a warning
cannot avoid all collisions.
is provided when:
To prevent serious injury or death:
• The ESC (Electronic Stability Control)
• Only change the settings after parking
warning light is on.
your vehicle at a safe Location.
• ESC (Electronic Stability Control) is
• Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
controlling the brake force to the
may not operate if the function
wheels.
determines you have depressed the
brake pedal sufficiently in response to
the potential hazard detected by the
function.
Information
• If Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
The images and colors in the instrument
is assisting to brake your vehicle and
cluster may differ depending on the
you excessively depress the accelerator
cluster type or theme selected from the
pedal or sharply steer your vehicle, it
settings menu.
stops assisted braking.
• During Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Assist operation, your vehicle may stop
suddenly. Always wear your seat belt,
check your passengers have their seat
belts fastened and secure loose objects
that may become projectiles.
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Blind-spot
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Assist disabled
Collision-Avoidance Assist
malfunction and limitations
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Assist malfunction
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If the rear corner radar is blocked or
covered, or when the rear bumper around
the rear corner radar or sensor is covered
by any foreign material, such as snow,
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rain, or dirt, or when a trailer or hitch
When Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
mounted carrier is installed, the detecting
Assist is not working properly, the "Check
performance may decrease and
Blind-Spot Safety system" warning
temporarily limit or disable Blind-Spot
message will appear on the instrument
Collision-Avoidance Assist.
cluster for several seconds, and the
The "Blind-Spot Safety system disabled.
master (
) warning light will appear on
Radar blocked" warning message may
the instrument cluster. Have the vehicle
appear on the instrument cluster.
be inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
The function operates normally when
dealer.
such foreign material, trailer, or carrier is
removed, and the engine is restarted.
If the function does not operate normally
after anything covering or blocking the
sensors is removed, have the vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
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When the side view mirror warning light is
not working properly, the "Check side
view mirror warning light" warning
message will appear on the instrument
cluster for several seconds, and the
master (
) warning light will illuminate
on the instrument cluster. Have the
vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
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You are driving in large, open areas
WARNING
where there are few vehicles or
• Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
structures (e.g. desert, meadow, empty
may not operate properly even if there
parking lot).
is no warning message or warning light
You are driving on a wet road.
on the instrument cluster.
The other vehicle drives very close
• Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
behind your vehicle, or passes by your
may not operate properly in open areas
vehicle in close proximity.
where no objects are detected (e.g.
The speed of the other vehicle is so fast
empty parking lot) or when the
that it passes by your vehicle in a short
detecting sensors are blocked right
time.
after turning on the engine.
Your vehicle passes another vehicle.
• Always turn off Blind-Spot
Your vehicle changes lanes.
Collision-Avoidance Assist when
towing a trailer or using a hitch
Your vehicle has started at the same
mounted carrier.
time as the vehicle next to you and has
accelerated.
The vehicle in the next lane moves two
Limitations of Blind-Spot
lanes away from you, or the vehicle
Collision-Avoidance Assist
moves two lanes away to the next lane.
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
A trailer or hitch mounted carrier is
may not operate normally or the function
installed and it blocks the rear corner
may operate unexpectedly if:
radar.
• There is inclement weather, such as
The area near the rear corner radar is
heavy snow, heavy rain, etc.
covered with objects, such as bumper
• The rear corner radar or the area near
sticker, bumper guard, bike rack, etc.
the rear corner radar is covered by
The bumper around the rear corner
snow, water, or dirt.
radar has been damaged or modified,
• The rear corner radar or the area near
and the radar is out of position.
the rear corner radar is blocked by a
Your vehicle height is lower or higher
vehicle, wall, or pillar.
than normal due to heavy loads,
• The temperature near the rear corner
abnormal tire pressure, etc.
radar is very hot or cold.
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
• You are driving on a highway access
may not operate normally or may operate
road or through a tollbooth.
unexpectedly when the following objects
are detected:
• The road pavement (or the ground near
your vehicle) contains metallic
• A motorcycle or bicycle
components (i.e. possibly due to
• A vehicle such as flat trailer
subway construction).
• A big vehicle such as bus or truck
• There is a fixed object near your
• A moving obstacle such as pedestrian,
vehicle, such as sound barriers,
animal, shopping cart, or baby stroller
guardrails, central dividers, entry
barriers, streetlights, signs, tunnels,
• A vehicle with lower height, such as
walls, etc.
sports car
• You are driving on a narrow road where
trees or grass are overgrown.
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Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
may not assist braking when:
• Your vehicle severely vibrates while
driving over a bumpy road, uneven
road, or concrete patch.
• You are driving on a slippery surface
due to snow, water puddle, ice, etc.
• The tire pressure is low or any tire is
damaged.
• There is an issue with the braking
system.
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• Your vehicle makes abrupt lane
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
changes.
may detect a vehicle in the same lane
when driving on a curved road and
Information
activate a warning or brake your
For more information on limitations of the
vehicle.
front view camera, refer to the "Forward
Always check road conditions, and if
Collision Avoidance Assist (FCA) (Sensor
necessary, take appropriate actions to
fusion))" section in this chapter.
drive safely.
Driving where the road is
merging/dividing
WARNING
Driving on a curved road
OHY059010
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
may not detect a vehicle in an adjacent
OHY059008
lane when the road merges or divides
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
and may not activate a warning or
may not detect a vehicle in an adjacent
brake your vehicle.
lane when driving on a curved road and
Always check road conditions, and if
may not activate a warning or brake
necessary, take appropriate actions to
your vehicle.
drive safely.
Always check road conditions, and if
necessary, take appropriate actions to
drive safely.
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Driving on hills
Driving where the heights of the lanes
are different
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Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
may not detect a vehicle in an adjacent
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
lane or may incorrectly detect the
may not operate properly when driving
ground or another object when driving
where the heights of the lanes are
on hills and activate a warning or brake
different. The function may not detect a
your vehicle.
vehicle on a road with a different lane
height (underpass joining section,
Always check road conditions, and if
grade separated intersections, etc.)
necessary, take appropriate actions to
and not activate a warning or brake
drive safely.
your vehicle.
Always check road conditions, and if
necessary, take appropriate actions to
drive safely.
WARNING
• Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
may not operate normally if there is
interference from strong
electromagnetic waves.
• Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
may not operate right after your vehicle
is started or when the front view
camera and rear corner radars are
initialized.
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Safe Exit Warning (SEW)
Safe Exit Warning settings
if equipped
Exit Warning
OHY050024
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Safe Exit Warning uses the rear corner
radars to help detect a vehicle
With the ignition switch ON, go to User
approaching the rear of your vehicle, after
settings > Driver Assistance > Driving
the vehicle is stopped and a passenger
Safety > Exit Safety from the settings
opens a door.
menu in the instrument cluster or
Settings > Vehicle > Driver Assistance >
If Safe Exit Warning is activated, an
Driving Safety > Exit Safety from the
audible warning sounds and a warning
Settings menu in the infotainment system
message may appear on the instrument
to turn this function on and off.
cluster.
The warning timing may differ depending
WARNING
on the speed of the detected vehicle.
The driver should always be aware of
Information
unexpected and sudden situations from
occurring. If Exit Safety is deselected,
Safe Exit Warning uses the following
Safe Exit Warning cannot assist you.
sensor:
• Rear corner radars
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
Information
sensors" section in this chapter for the
location.
When the engine is restarted, Safe Exit
Warning maintains the last setting.
Information
You can set the following Warning
Methods:
• Warning Volume/Driving Safety Priority
For more information, refer to the "Driver
assistance system settings" section in this
chapter.
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Safe Exit Warning operation
WARNING
Safe Exit Warning may not operate in all
Collision warning when exiting your
situations and cannot avoid all collisions.
vehicle
To prevent serious injury or death:
• Always check the surroundings before
you or your passengers exit your
vehicle.
• Only change the settings after parking
your vehicle at a safe location.
• When other system’s warning message
appears or audible warning is heard,
Safe Exit Warning may not warn you.
• You may not hear the audible warning
of Safe Exit Warning if the surrounding
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environment is too noisy.
• Safe Exit Warning may stop operating,
or may not operate, or operate
unnecessarily depending on the road
conditions and surroundings.
Information
• After the engine is turned off, Safe Exit
Warning may detect approaching
vehicles for up to 10 minutes, but does
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not function after the doors are locked.
When an approaching vehicle from the
• The images and colors in the
rear is detected while a door is being
instrument cluster may differ
opened, the warning light on the side
depending on the cluster type or theme
view mirror may blink, a warning message
selected from the settings menu.
may appear on the instrument cluster,
and an audible warning may sound.
• Safe Exit Warning may warn you when
your vehicle speed is below 2 mph (3
km/h), and the speed of the vehicle
approaching the rear of your vehicle is
above 4 mph (6 km/h).
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Safe Exit Warning malfunction
Safe Exit Warning disabled
and limitations
Safe Exit Warning malfunction
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If the rear corner radar is blocked or
covered, or when the rear bumper around
the rear corner radar or sensor is covered
B0322EU01
by any foreign material, such as snow,
When Safe Exit Warning is not working
rain, or dirt, or when a trailer or hitch
properly, the "Check Blind-Spot Safety
mounted carrier is installed, the detecting
system" warning message will appear on
performance may decrease and
the instrument cluster for several second,
temporarily limit or disable Safe Exit
and the master (
) warning light will
Warning.
appear on the instrument cluster. Have
The "Blind-Spot Safety system disabled.
the vehicle inspected by an authorized
Radar blocked" warning message may
HYUNDAI dealer.
appear on the instrument cluster.
The function operates normally when
such foreign material, trailer, or carrier is
removed, and the engine is restarted.
If the function does not operate normally
after anything covering or blocking the
sensors is removed, have the vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
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When the side view mirror warning light is
not working properly, the "Check side
view mirror warning light" warning
message will appear on the instrument
cluster for several seconds, and the
master (
) warning light will illuminate
on the instrument cluster. Have the
vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
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Limitations of Safe Exit Warning
WARNING
Safe Exit Warning may not operate
• Safe Exit Warning may not operate
normally, or may operate unexpectedly if:
properly even if there is no warning
• Trees or grass near your vehicle are
message or warning light on the
overgrown.
instrument cluster.
• The road is wet.
• Safe Exit Warning may not operate
properly in open areas where no
• The approaching vehicle is very fast or
objects are detected (e.g. empty
slow.
parking lot) or when the detecting
sensors are blocked right after turning
Information
on the engine.
For more information on the limitations
• Turn off Safe Exit Warning when towing
on the rear corner radar, refer to the
a trailer or using a hitch mounted
"Blind-spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
carrier.
(BCA)" section in this chapter.
WARNING
• Safe Exit Warning may not operate if
there is interference from strong
electromagnetic waves.
• Safe Exit Warning may not operate for 3
seconds right after your vehicle is
started or when the rear corner radars
are initialized.
• Safe Exit Warning may not operate
properly even after the engine has been
restarted when the detecting sensors
are blocked or there is a problem with
the function.
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Manual Speed Limit
Manual Speed Limit Assist
operation
Assist (MSLA)
Setting speed limit
1. Press and hold the Driving Assist
(
) button at the desired speed.
The Manual Speed Limit Assist (
)
indicator light illuminates on the
instrument cluster.
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(1) Manual Speed Limit Assist enabled
indicator
(2) Set speed
Manual Speed Limit Assist allows you to
set a self-imposed maximum speed limit.
If you drive over the set speed, Manual
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Speed Limit Assist blinks and chimes until
2. Push the + switch up or - switch down
your vehicle speed decreases below the
to change the set speed.
set speed.
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Temporarily pausing Manual Speed
Limit Assist
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Push and hold to increase or decrease
to the nearest multiple of five (multiple
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of ten in km/h), and then increase or
Press the
button to temporarily
decrease by 5 mph (10 km/h).
cancel the set speed limit. The set speed
turns off, but the Manual Speed Limit
Assist (
) indicator light stays on.
Resuming Manual Speed Limit Assist
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3. Check the set speed limit on the
instrument cluster.
The set speed limit blinks and chime
sounds until your vehicle speed
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decreases below the set speed limit.
Push the +/- switch or
button.
Information
If you push the + switch up or - switch
down, the set speed is set to the current
When the accelerator pedal is not
speed.
depressed beyond the pressure point,
vehicle speed will maintain within the
If you press the
button, the set speed
speed limit.
resumes to the previously set speed limit.
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Turning off Manual Speed Limit
Intelligent Speed Limit
Assist
Assist (ISLA)
if equipped
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist uses
information of road signs detected from
the front view camera and uses the
navigation system data to inform you of
the speed limit and help maintain within
the speed limit on the road.
WARNING
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• Intelligent Speed Limit Assist may not
display the correct speed limit or may
Press the Driving Assist (
) button
not properly control the driving speed
to turn off Manual Speed Limit Assist off.
because it is a supplemental function to
The Manual Speed Limit Assist (
)
inform you of the speed limit on the
indicator light turns off.
road.
Always press the Driving Assist (
)
• Set your vehicle speed to the speed
button to turn off Manual Speed Limit
limit for the road and use the
Assist when not in use.
appropriate unit (mph or km/h) for your
country.
WARNING
• Intelligent Speed Limit Assist may not
To prevent serious injury or death:
operate properly if used in other
• Set your vehicle speed to the speed
countries.
limit for the road and use the
• Intelligent Speed Limit Assist may not
appropriate unit (mph or km/h) for your
operate properly if the navigation
country.
system is not updated regularly. (for
• Keep Manual Speed Limit Assist off
navigation applied vehicles)
when not in use, to avoid inadvertently
setting a speed. Check that the Manual
Speed Limit Assist (
) indicator
Information
light is off.
• Always drive defensively and pay
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist uses the
attention to the driving task.
following sensor:
• Front view camera
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
sensors" section in this chapter for the
location.
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Intelligent Speed Limit Assist
Speed Limit Assist: Intelligent Speed
Limit Assist will inform the driver of
settings
speed limit and additional road signs. In
addition, Intelligent Speed Limit Assist
Speed Limit
will inform the driver to change set
speed of Manual Speed Limit Assist
and/or Smart Cruise Control to help the
driver stay within the speed limit.
Speed Limit Warning: Intelligent Speed
Limit Assist will inform the driver of
speed limit. In addition, Intelligent
Speed Limit Assist will warn the driver
when the vehicle is driven faster than
the speed limit.
Off: Intelligent Speed Limit Assist will
turn off.
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Intelligent Speed Limit Assist
operation
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist may warn
and control your vehicle by "Displaying
speed limit", "Warning overspeed", and
"Changing set speed".
Information
Intelligent Speed Limit operation is
described based on the offset adjusted to
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"0". For more information on setting the
With the ignition switch ON, select or
offset, refer to "Intelligent Speed Limit
deselect User Settings > Driver
Assist settings" in this section.
Assistance > Speed Limit from the User
Settings menu in the instrument cluster or
Settings > Vehicle > Driver Assistance >
Speed Limit from the Settings menu in
the infotainment system to set whether to
use each function.
Select Country: When the navigation
system is not available, you can
manually select the country to set the
speed limit from the User Settings
menu in the instrument cluster.
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Displaying speed limit
Changing set speed
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Speed limit information appears on the
If the speed limit changes when using
instrument cluster.
Manual Speed Limit Assist or Smart
Cruise Control, an arrow in the direction
• If the speed limit information of the
of up or down appears to inform you to
road cannot be recognized, "---"
change the set speed by pushing the + or
appears.
- switch.
• Intelligent Speed Limit Assist provides
additional road sign information in
Set Speed Auto Change (Navigation
addition to speed limit information.
equipped)
Additional road sign information
provided may differ depending on your
country.
• The images and colors in the
instrument cluster may differ
depending on the cluster type or theme
selected from the settings menu.
Warning overspeed
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Manual Speed Limit Assist or Smart
Cruise Control assists the vehicle to
adjust its speed according to the speed
limit. When the cruising speed is set as
same as the speed limit, the vehicle
automatically adjusts its speed if the
speed limit changes. The function
operates on the road which has a speed
limit of 44 mph (70 km/h) or higher. When
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the function is active, the cruising speed
When driving at a speed higher than the
on the instrument cluster appears in
displayed speed limit, the speed limit
green.
appears in red.
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Intelligent Speed Limit Assist
WARNING
malfunction and limitations
If you want to drive below the speed
limit, set the Speed Limit Offset under
"0" or use the - switch on the steering
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist
wheel to lower the set speed. If the
malfunction
Speed Limit Offset is set over "0", the
set speed changes to a speed higher
than the limit for the road.
If necessary, reduce your driving speed
as needed. Even after changing the set
speed according to the speed limit for
the road, your vehicle can still be driven
over the speed limit.
If the speed limit for the road is under
20 mph (30 km/h), the set speed
changing function does not work.
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Intelligent Speed Limit Assist operates
When Intelligent Speed Limit Assist is not
using the speed unit set by you from the
working properly, the "Check Speed
settings menu. If the speed unit is set to
Limit Assist System" warning message
a unit other than the speed unit used in
may appear, and the (
) warning light
your country, Intelligent Speed Limit
may illuminate on the instrument cluster.
Assist may not operate properly.
Have the vehicle inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Information
For more information on Manual Speed
Limit Assist operation, refer to the
"Manual Speed Limit Assist (MSLA)"
section in this chapter.
For more information on Smart Cruise
Control operation, refer to the "Smart
Cruise Control (SCC)" section in this
chapter.
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Intelligent Speed Limit Assist
Limitations of Intelligent Speed
disabled
Limit Assist
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist may not
operate or may be limited if:
The road sign is damaged, difficult to
see due to rain, snow, fog, dirt, sand,
oil, etc., or obscured by surrounding
objects or shadows.
The road signs do not conform to the
standard designs in your country.
- The text or picture on the road sign is
different from the standard designs
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in your country.
If the front view camera is covered or
- The road sign is installed between the
blocked, its detecting performance is
main road and exit road or between
reduced, and Intelligent Speed Limit
diverging roads.
Assist is temporarily limited or disabled.
- A sign is attached to another vehicle.
The "Speed Limit Assist system disabled.
Camera obscured" warning message
The distance between the driving lane
may appear on the instrument cluster.
and road sign is far.
If Intelligent Speed Limit Assist does not
There are LED road signs.
operate normally after the sensor has
The numbers or pictures in the road
been uncovered or unblocked, have the
sign is incorrectly recognized as the
vehicle inspected by an authorized
speed limit.
HYUNDAI dealer.
Road signs on adjacent roads are
incorrectly recognized as road signs
WARNING
you are driving on.
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist may not
Multiple signs are installed close
operate properly even if there is no
together.
warning message or warning light on the
Supplementary road signs or
instrument cluster.
signboards are installed near the road
sign.
A minimum speed limit sign is
incorrectly recognized as the maximum
speed limit sign.
The brightness changes suddenly, for
example when entering or exiting a
tunnel or passing under a bridge.
Headlights are not used, or the
brightness of the headlights are weak at
night or in the tunnel.
Road signs are difficult to recognize
due to the reflection of sunlight,
streetlights, or oncoming vehicles.
The front view camera’s field of view is
obstructed by glare from the sun.
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• You are driving on a road that is sharply
Driver Attention Warning
curved or continuously curved.
(DAW)
• You are driving through speed bumps,
or driving up and down, or left to right
on steep inclines.
Basic function
• Your vehicle is shaking heavily.
Driver Attention Warning uses the front
• There is an error in the navigation map
view camera to help monitor your driving
data or GPS data.
pattern and uses the driving time to
• You are not driving your vehicle based
recommend a break.
on the route guidance.
• You are driving your vehicle on a newly
Leading Vehicle Departure Alert
opened road.
function
• The navigation system is updated while
Leading Vehicle Departure Alert function
driving or restarts.
informs you when a detected vehicle in
front departs from a stop.
Information
For more information on the limitations of
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the front view camera, refer to the
Driver Attention Warning uses the
"Forward Collision Avoidance Assist (FCA)
following sensor:
(Front view camera only)" section in this
• Front view camera
chapter.
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
sensors" section in this chapter for the
location.
Driver Attention Warning
settings
With the ignition switch ON, go to User
Settings > Driver Assistance > Driver
Attention Warning from the settings
menu in the instrument cluster or
Settings > Vehicle > Driver Assistance >
Driver Attention Warning from the
settings menu in the infotainment system
to set the following:
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Leading Vehicle Departure Alert
Driver Attention Warning
operation
Basic function
The basic function of Driver Attention
Warning is to warn the driver "Consider
taking a break".
Taking a break
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If Leading Vehicle Departure Alert is
selected, the function informs you when a
detected vehicle in front departs from a
stop.
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When the engine is restarted, Driver
Attention Warning maintains the last
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setting.
• The "Consider taking a break" message
and Driver Attention Warning light (
)
will appear on the cluster and an
audible warning will sound to suggest
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that the driver take a break, when the
You can change the Warning Timing
driver’s attention level is below 1.
settings or select Driving Safety Priority
• Driver Attention Warning will not
for Driver Attention Warning from the
suggest a break when the total driving
Settings menu. For more information,
time is shorter than 4 minutes or 4
refer to the "Driver assistance system
minutes has not passed after the last
settings" section in this chapter.
break was suggested.
• A break is suggested when your vehicle
speed is between approximately 0-120
mph (0-200 km/h).
WARNING
For your safety, only change the Settings
after parking the vehicle at a safe
location.
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Leading Vehicle Departure Alert
CAUTION
function
Driver Attention Warning may suggest
a break depending on your driving
pattern or habit, even if you do not feel
fatigued.
Driver Attention Warning is a
supplemental function only and does
not determine if you are paying
attention to the driving task.
If you feel fatigued or want to take a
break, do so as needed at a safe
location.
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Departure Alert displays the "Leading
vehicle is driving away" message on the
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instrument cluster and an audible
The status of the Driver Attention
warning sounds.
Warning appears in Driving Assist mode
on the instrument cluster. Refer to the
WARNING
"View modes" section in chapter 4.
• When other system’s warning message
Driver Attention Warning resets the last
appears or audible warning is heard,
break time to 00:00 when:
Leading Vehicle Departure Alert may
- The engine is turned off.
not alert you.
- The driver's seat belt is unfastened,
• Always check road conditions, and if
and the driver's door is opened.
necessary, take appropriate actions to
drive safely. It is your responsibility to
- The vehicle is stopped for more than
operate your vehicle in a safe manner.
10 minutes.
CAUTION
• Leading Vehicle Departure Alert is a
supplemental function and may not
alert you whenever the front vehicle
departs from a stop.
• Always check if it is safe to proceed
before driving even if the function
alerts you that the front vehicle has
departed.
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Driver Attention Warning disabled
Information
The images and colors in the instrument
cluster may differ depending on the
cluster type or theme selected from the
settings menu.
Driver Attention Warning
malfunction and limitations
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Driver Attention Warning
malfunction
When the front windshield where the
front view camera is located is covered
with foreign material, such as snow or
rain, it can reduce the detecting
performance and temporarily limit or
disable Driver Attention Warning. If this
occurs, the "Inattentive Driving Warning
disabled. Camera obscured" warning
message will appear on the instrument
cluster. Driver Attention Warning will
operate properly when snow, rain or
foreign material is removed.
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If Driver Attention Warning does not
When Driver Attention Warning is not
operate properly after it is removed, have
working properly, the "Check inattentive
the vehicle inspected by an authorized
Driving Warning system" warning
HYUNDAI dealer.
message may appear, and the (
)
warning light may illuminate on the
WARNING
instrument cluster. Have the vehicle
• Driver Attention Warning may not
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
properly operate in an area (e.g. open
dealer.
terrain) where any objects are not
detected right after turning ON the
engine.
• If the engine is turned off and restarted
while the camera is blocked or
malfunctioned, the condition is
maintained. Therefore, Driver Attention
Warning may not operate properly.
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Limitations of Driver Attention
• When the vehicle ahead sharply steers
Warning
Driver Attention Warning may not work
properly in the following situations:
• The vehicle is driven violently
• The vehicle intentionally crosses over
lanes frequently
• The vehicle is controlled by Driver
Assistance system, such as Lane
Keeping Assist
Leading Vehicle Departure Alert feature
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• When the vehicle cuts in
[A] Your vehicle
[B] Front vehicle
If the vehicle in front makes a sharp
turn, such as to turn left or right or make
a Uturn, etc., Leading Vehicle
Departure Alert may not operate
properly.
• When the vehicle ahead abruptly
departures
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OADAS024SD
If the vehicle in front abruptly
departures, Leading Vehicle Departure
Alert may not operate properly.
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[A] Your vehicle
[B] Front vehicle
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• When a pedestrian or bicycle is
• When driving at a tollgate or
between you and the vehicle ahead
intersection, etc.
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OADAS026SD
If there is a pedestrian(s) or bicycle(s) in
If you pass a tollgate or intersection
between you and the vehicle in front,
with lots of vehicles or you drive where
Leading Vehicle Departure Alert may
lanes are merged or divided frequently,
not operate properly.
Leading Vehicle Departure Alert may
not operate properly.
• When in a parking lot
Information
For more information on the precautions
of the front view camera, refer to the
"Forward Collision Avoidance Assist (FCA)
(Sensor fusion)" section in this chapter.
WARNING
Driver Attention Warning may not operate
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for 15 seconds right after your vehicle is
started or when the front view camera is
If a vehicle parked in front drives away
initialized.
from you, Leading Vehicle Departure
Alert may alert you that the parked
vehicle is driving away.
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Blind-spot View Monitor
Blind-spot View Monitor
settings
(BVM)
if equipped
Blind-Spot View
Left side
With the ignition switch ON, go to Setup >
Vehicle > Driver Assistance > Driving
Safety > Blind-Spot View (for
infotainment system type) from the
Settings menu to turn on and off
Blind-Spot View Monitor.
Blind-spot View Monitor
operation
Operating conditions
The left or right side turn signal turns on,
Right side
the corresponding side view camera
image appears on the instrument cluster.
Off conditions
• The turn signal turns off, the image on
the instrument cluster turns off.
• The hazard warning flasher is on.
Blind-Spot View Monitor turns off,
independent of the turn signal status.
• Other warnings on the instrument
cluster may replace the side view
camera image when changing lanes.
Blind-Spot View Monitor uses the
wide-side view cameras to display the
rear blind spot area of your vehicle on the
instrument cluster when the turn signal is
turned on.
Information
Blind-Spot View Monitor uses the
following sensor:
• Wide-side view cameras (camera
located at bottom of the mirror)
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
sensors" section in this chapter for the
location.
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Blind-spot View Monitor
Cruise Control (CC)
malfunction
if equipped
When Blind-Spot View Monitor is not
working properly, have the vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
WARNING
• Always turn your head and look to
determine if there is enough distance to
change lanes. The perceived distance
from another vehicle shown on the
instrument cluster may differ from the
actual distance.
• Always keep the side view camera
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lenses clean. If the lens is blocked or
(1) Cruise indicator light
covered, Blind-Spot View Monitor may
(2) Set speed
not operate normally. Do not clean with
strong chemicals containing high
Cruise Control allows you to drive at
alkaline or volatile organic solvents
speeds above 20 mph (30 km/h) without
(e.g. gasoline, acetone).
depressing the accelerator pedal.
Cruise Control operation
Setting set speed
1. Accelerate to the desired speed, which
must be more than 20 mph (30 km/h).
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2. Press the Driving Assist (
) button at
the desired speed. The set speed and
Cruise (
) indicator light
illuminates on the instrument cluster.
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3. Release the accelerator pedal.
Accelerating temporarily
Vehicle speed maintains the set speed
If you want to accelerate temporarily
even when the accelerator pedal is not
when Cruise Control is on, depress the
depressed.
accelerator pedal.
To return to the set speed, take your foot
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off the accelerator pedal.
The vehicle speed may slow down or
If you push the + switch up or - switch
speed up while driving uphill or downhill.
down at a higher speed, the cruising
speed is set to the higher speed.
Increasing set speed
Decreasing set speed
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• Push the + switch up and release it
• Push the - switch down and release it
immediately to increase the cruising
immediately to decrease the cruising
speed by 1 mph (1 km/h).
speed by 1 mph (1 km/h).
• Push and hold the + switch up to
• Push and hold the - switch down to
increase to the nearest multiple of 5
decrease to the nearest multiple of 5
mph (or multiple of 10 km/h) at first,
mph (or multiple of 10 km/h) at first,
and then increase by an additional 5
and then decrease by 5 mph (10 km/h)
mph (10 km/h) each time.
each time
WARNING
If you need to slow down quickly to avoid
a collision, depress the brake pedal as
needed.
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Temporarily pausing Cruise Control
Resuming Cruise Control
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Cruise Control cancels when:
• Push the +/- switch or
button.
• Depressing the brake pedal
If you push the +/- switch up or down,
your vehicle speed is set to the current
• Pressing the
button
speed on the instrument cluster.
• Shifting the gear to N (Neutral)
• If you press the
button, your
• Decreasing vehicle speed to less than
vehicle speed resumes the previously
16 mph (25 km/h)
set speed.
• Operating ESC (Electronic Stability
• Your vehicle speed must be above 20
Control)
mph (30 km/h) for the function to
• Accelerating the vehicle speed above
resume.
118 mph (190 km/h)
The set speed turns off but the Cruise
WARNING
(
) indicator light will stay on.
Your vehicle speed may rapidly increase
NOTICE
or decrease when you press the
button.
If Cruise Control cancels during a
situation not listed above, have the
vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
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Turning off Cruise Control
WARNING
To prevent serious injury or death:
• Keep Cruise Control off when not in
use, to avoid inadvertently setting a
speed. Check that the Cruise Control
(
) indicator light is off.
• Always drive defensively and pay
attention to the driving task.
• Set your vehicle speed to the speed
limit for the road and use the
appropriate unit (mph or km/h) for your
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country.
Press the Driving Assist (
) button to turn
• Do not use Cruise Control when it may
off Cruise Control. The Cruise (
)
be unsafe to keep your vehicle at a
indicator light goes off.
constant speed including when driving:
Always press the Driving Assist (
)
- in heavy traffic, or when traffic
button to turn off Cruise Control when not
conditions make it difficult to drive at
in use.
a constant speed
- on rainy, icy, or snow-covered roads
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- on hilly or windy roads
If your vehicle is equipped with Manual
- with limited visibility such as fog,
Speed Limit Assist, press and hold the
snow, rain, and sandstorm
Driving Assist (
) button to turn off
• Do not shift the gear to N (Neutral)
Cruise Control and turn on Manual Speed
while the cruise control is activating
Limit Assist.
without clutch pedal depressed.
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Smart Cruise Control
Smart Cruise Control settings
(SCC)
Smart Cruise Control
if equipped
Basic function
Smart Cruise Control uses the front view
camera and front radar to help detect a
vehicle ahead and maintain the desired
speed and distance between your vehicle
and the vehicle ahead.
Overtaking Acceleration Assist
While Smart Cruise Control is operating, if
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the function judges you are attempting to
With the ignition switch ON, go to User
overtake a vehicle in front, Smart Cruise
settings > Driver Assistance > Smart
Control accelerates your vehicle to assist
Cruise Control from the settings menu on
you with this maneuver.
the instrument cluster or Settings >
Vehicle > Driver Assistance > Driving
WARNING
Convenience > Smart Cruise Control in
Always monitor your vehicle speed and
the infotainment system to change
the distance to vehicles ahead on the
Distance, Acceleration, Reaction Speed
road. Smart Cruise Control is not a
manually.
substitute for safe driving practices, but a
supplemental function only.
Information
You can set the following Warning
Methods:
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• Warning Volume/Haptic
Warning/Driving Safety Priority
Smart Cruise Control uses the following
sensors:
For more information, refer to the "Driver
assistance system settings" section in this
• Front view camera
chapter.
• Front radar
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
sensors" section in this chapter for the
location.
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Smart Cruise Control
Operating conditions for Acceleration
Assist
operation
Overtaking Acceleration Assist operates
when the turn signal indicator is turned on
Operating conditions
to the left while Smart Cruise Control is
operating, and the following conditions
Basic function
are satisfied:
Smart Cruise Control operates when the
• Your vehicle speed is above 40 mph (60
following conditions are met:
km/h).
• The gear is in D (Drive).
• A vehicle is detected in front of your
• Your vehicle speed is within the
vehicle.
operating speed range.
Overtaking Acceleration Assist does not
-
5-112 mph (10-180 km/h): When there
operate when:
is no vehicle in front
• The hazard warning flasher is on.
-
0-112 mph (0-180 km/h): When there
• Deceleration is needed to maintain the
is a vehicle in front
distance from the vehicle in front.
• ESC (Electronic Stability Control) or
ABS is enabled.
WARNING
Smart Cruise Control does not operate
• When the turn signal indicator is turned
when:
on to the left while there is a vehicle
• The driver’s door is opened.
ahead, the vehicle may accelerate
temporarily. Pay attention to the road
• Engine RPM is high.
conditions at all times.
• Parking brake is applied.
• Regardless of the driving direction in
• ESC (Electronic Stability Control) or
your country, Overtaking Acceleration
ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) is
Assist will operate when the conditions
controlling your vehicle.
are satisfied. When using the function
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
in countries with different driving
braking control is operating (if
direction, always check the road
equipped).
conditions at all times.
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If stopped behind another vehicle, you
have to depress the brake pedal to turn on
Smart Cruise Control.
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Turning on Smart Cruise Control
Setting vehicle distance
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Press the Driving Assist (
) button. The
Each time the button is pressed, the
speed is set to the current speed on the
vehicle distance changes as follows:
instrument cluster.
Distance 4
Distance 3
Distance 2
If there is no vehicle in front of you, the
set speed is maintained.
Distance 1
If there is a vehicle in front of you, your
If you drive at 56 mph (90 km/h), the
vehicle speed may be adjusted to
distance is maintained as follows:
maintain the distance from the vehicle
ahead.
Distance 4 - about 172 ft. (52.5 m)
If the vehicle ahead accelerates and the
Distance 3 - about 130 ft. (40 m)
distance between vehicles increase,
Distance 2 - about 106 ft. (32.5 m)
your vehicle accelerates to the set
Distance 1 - about 82 ft. (25 m)
speed, and then travels at a constant
speed after your vehicle reaches the set
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distance.
When the engine is restarted or Smart
Cruise Control is temporarily canceled,
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the following distance maintains the last
If your vehicle speed is 0-20 mph (0-30
setting.
km/h) when you press the Driving
Assist (
) button, the Smart Cruise
Control speed is set to 20 mph (30
km/h).
The Driving Assist (
) button symbol
may differ depending on your vehicle
option.
If you shift from a higher gear to a lower
gear using the manual shift mode or
paddle shifter, the vehicle speed may
not accelerate to the set speed.
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Increasing set speed
Decreasing set speed
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• Push the + switch up and release it
• Push the - switch down and release it
immediately to increase the cruising
immediately to decrease the cruising
speed by 1 mph (1 km/h).
speed by 1 mph (1 km/h).
• Push and hold the + switch up to
• Push and hold the - switch down to
increase to the nearest multiple of 5
decrease to the nearest multiple of 5
mph (or multiple of 10 km/h) at first,
mph (or multiple of 10 km/h) at first,
and then increase by an additional 5
and then decrease by 5 mph (10 km/h)
mph (10 km/h) each time.
each time.
• The vehicle speed can be set to a
• The vehicle speed can be set to a
maximum of 112 mph (180 km/h).
minimum of 20 mph (30 km/h).
WARNING
WARNING
Your vehicle speed may rapidly increase
If you need to slow down quickly to avoid
when you push and hold the + switch.
a collision, depress the brake pedal as
needed.
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Temporarily cancelling Smart Cruise
Turning off Smart Cruise Control
Control
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Press the Driving Assist (
) button to turn
Press the
button or depress the brake
off Smart Cruise Control.
pedal to temporarily cancel Smart Cruise
Control.
Information
If your vehicle is equipped with Manual
Resuming Smart Cruise Control
Speed Limit Assist, press and hold the
Driving Assist (
) button to turn off
Cruise Control and turn on Manual Speed
Limit Assist.
WARNING
Do not operate multiple buttons or
switches simultaneously. Smart Cruise
Control may not operate properly.
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Display and control
Push the +/- switch or
button.
The status of the Smart Cruise Control
If you push the +/- switch up or down,
operation appears in Driving Assist mode
your vehicle speed is set to the current
on the instrument cluster. Refer to the
speed on the instrument cluster.
"View modes" section in chapter 4.
If you press the
button, your vehicle
speed resumes to the previously set
speed.
WARNING
Your vehicle speed may rapidly increase
or decrease when you press the
button.
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When operating
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• The distance from the front vehicle on
the instrument cluster appears
according to the actual distance
between your vehicle and the vehicle
ahead.
• The target distance may differ
depending on the vehicle speed and
the set distance level. If the vehicle
speed is low, even though the vehicle
distance have changed, the change of
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the target vehicle distance may be
small.
(1) Whether there is a vehicle ahead and
the selected distance level appears.
• The images and colors in the
(2) Set speed appears.
instrument cluster may differ
depending on the cluster type or theme
(3) Whether there is a vehicle ahead and
selected from the settings menu.
the target vehicle distance appears.
When temporarily canceled
Accelerating temporarily
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(1) Your vehicle (grey)
If you depress the accelerator pedal
(2) Previous set speed (grey)
above a certain speed while Smart Cruise
Control is operating, your vehicle can
speed up temporarily without changing
the set speed. The set speed, distance
level, and target distance blink on the
instrument cluster while depressing the
accelerator pedal. Your vehicle speed
may decrease if the accelerator pedal is
not depressed far enough.
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WARNING
WARNING
Be careful when accelerating temporarily,
Always maintain a safe distance from the
because Smart Cruise Control is not
vehicles ahead and adjust your vehicle
controlling the speed and distance even if
speed to the road conditions. When
there is a vehicle in front of you.
Smart Cruise Control is temporarily
canceled, it is not controlling the speed
Always maintain a safe distance from the
and distance from the vehicle ahead.
vehicles ahead and adjust your vehicle
speed depending on the road conditions.
Smart Cruise Control conditions not
satisfied
Temporarily cancelling Smart Cruise
Control
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If the Driving Assist (
) button, the +/-
Smart Cruise Control is temporarily
switch, or the
button is pushed when
canceled automatically when:
Smart Cruise Control’s operating
conditions are not met, the "Smart Cruise
• Your vehicle speed is over 120 mph (190
Control conditions not met" message
km/h).
appears on the instrument cluster, and an
• Your vehicle is stopped for a certain
audible warning sounds.
period of time.
• Your accelerator pedal is continuously
depressed for a certain period of time.
• The conditions for the Smart Cruise
Control to operate are not met.
If Smart Cruise Control is temporarily
canceled automatically, the "Smart
Cruise Control deactivated" warning
message may appear on the instrument
cluster, and an audible warning sounds to
warn you.
If Smart Cruise Control is temporarily
canceled while your vehicle is at a
standstill with the function activated, the
Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) may be
applied.
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In traffic situation
Warning road conditions ahead
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In traffic, your vehicle stops if the vehicle
The "Watch for surrounding vehicles"
ahead of you stops. Also, if the vehicle
warning message may appear on the
ahead of you starts moving, your vehicle
instrument cluster, and an audible
starts moving as well. In addition, after
warning sounds if the vehicle in front
your vehicle has stopped and a certain
disappears when Smart Cruise Control is
amount of time has passed, the "Use
maintaining the distance from the vehicle
switch or pedal to accelerate" message
ahead while driving below a certain
appears on the instrument cluster.
speed.
Depress the accelerator pedal or push the
+/- switch or
button to start driving.
WARNING
Always pay attention to vehicles or
WARNING
objects that may suddenly appear in front
While the message appears on the
of you. Always maintain a safe distance
instrument cluster, if there is no vehicle in
from the vehicles ahead and adjust your
front or the vehicle is far away from you,
vehicle speed to the road conditions.
and the +/- switch or
button is
pushed, Smart Cruise Control is
automatically canceled and EPB is
applied. If the accelerator pedal is
depressed, EPB is not applied even
though the function is canceled.
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Collision Warning
WARNING
Smart Cruise Control is not a substitute
for proper and safe driving.
To prevent serious injury or death:
Always maintain a safe distance from
the vehicles ahead and adjust your
vehicle speed to the road conditions.
Smart Cruise Control may not
recognize unexpected and sudden
situations or complex driving
situations.
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Keep Smart Cruise Control off when not
While Smart Cruise Control is operating
in use to avoid inadvertently setting the
and the collision risk of the vehicle ahead
speed.
is high, the "Collision Warning" warning
Do not open the door or leave your
message may appear on the instrument
vehicle when Smart Cruise Control is
cluster, and an audible alert sounds.
operating, even if your vehicle is
stopped.
WARNING
Always check the vehicle speed and
Smart Cruise Control may not warn you of
distance to the front vehicle that have
a collision if:
been selected.
• The distance to the vehicle ahead is
Keep a safe distance depending on the
close, or the speed of the vehicle ahead
road condition and vehicle speed. If the
is faster or similar to your vehicle.
distance to the front vehicle is too close
• The speed of the vehicle ahead is very
while driving at high speeds, it may
slow or the vehicle is stopped.
cause a serious collision.
• The accelerator pedal is depressed
When maintaining distance from the
right after Smart Cruise Control is
vehicle ahead, if the front vehicle is no
turned on.
longer detected, Smart Cruise Control
may suddenly accelerate to the set
Always maintain a safe distance from the
speed.
vehicles ahead and adjust your vehicle
speed to the road conditions.
The vehicle speed may slow down or
speed up while driving uphill or
downhill.
Always be aware of situations such as
when a vehicle cuts in suddenly.
When you are towing a trailer or
another vehicle, turn off Smart Cruise
Control.
Turn off Smart Cruise Control when
your vehicle is being towed.
Smart Cruise Control may not operate
normally if there is interference from
strong electromagnetic waves.
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• Smart Cruise Control may not detect
Smart Cruise Control
obstacles in front and cause a collision.
malfunction and limitations
• Vehicles frequently changing lanes may
cause a delay or may cause Smart
Smart Cruise Control malfunction
Cruise Control to react to a vehicle in an
adjacent lane.
• When other system’s warning message
appears or audible warning is heard,
Smart Cruise Control may not warn you.
• You may not hear the audible warning
of Smart Cruise Control if the
surrounding environment is too noisy.
• The vehicle manufacturer is not
responsible for any traffic violation or
collisions caused by you.
• Set your vehicle speed to the speed
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limit for the road and use the
When Smart Cruise Control is not working
appropriate unit (mph or km/h) for your
properly, the "Check Smart Cruise
country.
Control system" warning message may
• Smart Cruise Control may not operate
appear, and the warning light may
for 15 seconds right after your vehicle is
illuminate on the instrument cluster. Have
started or when the front view camera
the vehicle inspected by an authorized
and front radar are initialized.
HYUNDAI dealer.
Information
You may hear sounds when Smart Cruise
Control is braking your vehicle. This is
normal and does not indicate a
malfunction.
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Smart Cruise Control disabled
Limitations of Smart Cruise Control
Smart Cruise Control may not operate
normally or may operate unexpectedly if:
The sensor or the area near the sensor is
blocked, covered, or damaged.
The temperature near the front view
camera is very hot or cold.
The camera lens is covered or blocked
by windshield tint, the windshield is
damaged, or a sticky material (sticker,
bug, etc.) is on the glass.
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Moisture is not removed or is frozen on
If the front radar is covered or blocked, its
the windshield.
detecting performance is reduced, and
Smart Cruise Control is temporarily
Washer fluid is sprayed continuously, or
limited or disabled.
the wiper is on.
The "Smart Cruise Control disabled.
You are driving in heavy rain, snow, or
Radar blocked" warning message may
thick fog.
appear on the instrument cluster.
The front view camera’s field of view is
If Smart Cruise Control does not operate
obstructed by glare from the sun.
normally after the sensor has been
Sunlight, streetlight, or light from an
uncovered or unblocked, have the vehicle
oncoming vehicle is reflected on the
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
wet road surface such as a puddle on
dealer.
the road.
An object is placed on the dashboard.
WARNING
The surrounding is very bright or very
• Smart Cruise Control may not operate
dark (nighttime, tunnel, etc.).
properly even if there is no warning
The brightness changes suddenly, for
message or warning light on the
example when entering or exiting a
instrument cluster.
tunnel.
• Smart Cruise Control may not operate
The brightness outside is low, and the
properly in open areas where no
headlights of the front vehicle are
objects are detected (e.g. empty
turned off or are not bright.
parking lot) or when the detecting
A front vehicle is partially visible.
sensors are blocked right after turning
on the engine.
The vehicle in front has no tail lights or
tail lights are located in an unusual
location.
In low light conditions, the tail lights of
the front vehicle are turned off or not
bright.
The rear of the front vehicle is small or
the vehicle does not look normal, such
as when your vehicle is tilted,
overturned, or the side of your vehicle
is visible.
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The front vehicle’s ground clearance is
Your vehicle height is low or high due to
so low or high.
heavy loads, abnormal tire pressure,
etc.
Your vehicle is being towed.
You are driving through steam, smoke,
A vehicle suddenly cuts in front.
or shadow.
The bumper around the front radar has
You are driving through a tunnel or an
been damaged or modified, and the
iron bridge.
radar is out of position.
You are driving in large, open areas
A material is near that reflects very well
where there are few vehicles or
on the front radar, such as guardrail,
structures (e.g. desert, meadow, empty
nearby vehicle, etc.
suburb).
The temperature near the front radar is
You are driving in a parking lot.
very hot or cold.
You are driving through a tollbooth,
The vehicle in front is made of a
construction area, unpaved road,
material that does not reflect on the
partial paved road, uneven road, speed
front radar well.
bumps, etc.
The vehicle in front is detected late.
You are driving through roads with
The vehicle in front is suddenly blocked
railroad tracks or other embedded
by an obstacle.
metal objects.
The vehicle in front suddenly changes
You are driving on an inclined road or a
lanes or reduces the speed.
curved road.
The angle of the vehicle in front is out of
You are driving on a sharply curved
the detection range.
road.
Your vehicle changes lanes at a low
You are driving through a roadside with
speed with a vehicle in front.
trees or streetlights.
The vehicle in front is covered with
You are driving on a narrow road where
snow.
trees or grass are overgrown.
You are on a curved road or roundabout
You are driving on a slippery surface
and the vehicle in front is not detected.
due to snow, water puddle, ice, etc.
You are continuously driving in a circle.
You are driving in an area with strong
Your vehicle moves unstably or vibrates
radio waves or electrical noise
excessively.
interference.
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Driving on a curved road
Driving on an inclined road
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During uphill or downhill driving, Smart
Cruise Control may not detect a moving
vehicle in your lane, and cause your
vehicle to accelerate to the set speed.
Also, your vehicle speed rapidly
decreases when a vehicle ahead is
detected suddenly.
Select an appropriate set speed on
inclines and apply the brake pedal or
accelerator pedal depending on the
road and driving conditions.
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On a curved road, Smart Cruise Control
may not detect a vehicle in the same
lane, and may accelerate to the set
speed. Your vehicle speed may be
reduced if a vehicle is detected in an
adjacent lane and your vehicle speed
may rapidly decrease when a vehicle
ahead is detected suddenly.
Select an appropriate set speed for a
curved road and apply the brake pedal
or accelerator pedal depending on the
road and driving conditions.
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Changing lanes
Situations when detecting are limited
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[A] Your vehicle
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[B] Lane changing vehicle
Some vehicles in your lane or in be
When a vehicle moves into your lane
detected by the sensor:
from an adjacent lane, it cannot be
detected by the sensor until it is in the
- Vehicles offset to one side
sensor's detection range. Smart Cruise
- Slow-moving vehicles or
Control may not immediately detect
sudden-decelerating vehicles
the vehicle when your vehicle changes
- Vehicles with higher ground
lanes abruptly. Brake as needed to
clearance or vehicles carrying loads
reduce your driving speed.
that extend past the end of the
vehicle
- Vehicles that have the front tilted due
to heavy loads
- Oncoming vehicles
- Stopped vehicles
- Vehicles with small rear profile, such
as trailers
- Narrow vehicles, such as
motorcycles or bicycles
- Vehicles with low (e.g., sports car) or
high (e.g. large truck, bus) ground
clearance
- Animals and pedestrians
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- Making sharp steering inputs when
driving
- Driving on narrow or sharply curved
roads
Brake as needed to reduce your driving
speed.
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• Always look out for pedestrians when
your vehicle is maintaining a distance
with the vehicle ahead.
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• When a vehicle ahead turns at an
intersection and is no longer detected,
your vehicle may accelerate.
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• When a vehicle in front of you merges
out of the lane, Smart Cruise Control
may not immediately detect a new
vehicle that is now in front of your
vehicle.
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Navigation-based Smart
Navigation-based Smart
Cruise Control settings
Cruise Control (NSCC)
if equipped
Highway Auto Speed Change
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
helps maintain the speed depending on
the road conditions when driving on
highways by using information from the
navigation system while Smart Cruise
Control is operating.
Information
• Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
is available only on controlled access
roads.
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- Controlled access roads are roads
with limited entrances and exits that
With the ignition switch ON, go to
allow uninterrupted high speed
Settings > Vehicle > Driver Assistance >
traffic flow.
Driving Convenience > Highway Auto
Speed Change from the Settings menu to
Available highway (Controlled access
turn on Navigation-based Smart Cruise
road)
Control and deselect to turn off the
function.
Select Interstate Highway
USA
and U.S. (Federal) and State
Information
Highways
When there is a problem with
Select Provincial and
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control,
Canada
Territorial Highways
the function cannot be set from the
settings menu.
• Additional highways may be available
in future navigation system updates.
• Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
does not operate on interchanges or
junctions.
Highway Curve Zone Auto
Slowdown
If the vehicle speed is high, Highway
Curve Zone Auto Slowdown temporarily
slows your vehicle in curved sections,
based on the curve information in the
navigation system.
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Navigation-based Smart
Temporarily canceled or interrupted
by the driver
Cruise Control operation
If Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
cannot control the vehicle, such as when
may be available when:
Smart Cruise Control is temporarily
• Highway Auto Speed Change is
canceled or the navigation system is
selected from the settings menu.
searching for a route, the gray
• Smart Cruise Control is operating.
indicator light illuminates.
• Driving on main roads of highways (or
When the driver depresses the
motorways).
accelerator pedal, the white
indicator light blinks.
Information
For more information on how to operate
WARNING
Smart Cruise Control, refer to the "Smart
Cruise Control (SCC)" section in this
chapter.
Navigation-based Smart Cruise
Control display and control
The following may appear on the
instrument cluster:
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The "Drive carefully" warning message
appears if Navigation-based Smart Cruise
Control is not able to slow down your
vehicle.
Information
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The images and colors in the instrument
cluster may differ depending on the
Navigation-based Smart Cruise
cluster type or theme selected from the
Control standby
settings menu.
If the operating conditions are satisfied,
the green
indicator light
illuminates.
Navigation-based Smart Cruise
Control operating
While the speed is being controlled, the
green
indicator light blinks.
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Highway Auto Curve Slowdown
• The navigation system cannot detect
the current vehicle position (e.g.
• Depending on the curve ahead on the
elevated roads including overpass
highway (or motorway), your vehicle
adjacent to general roads or nearby
decelerates, and after passing the
roads exist in a parallel way).
curve, your vehicle accelerates to
Smart Cruise Control's set speed.
• The navigation system is updated while
driving or restarts.
• Vehicle deceleration time may differ
depending on your vehicle speed and
• The speed limits of some sections have
the degree of the curve on the road. The
changed according to the road
higher the driving speed, deceleration
situations (e.g. construction zone).
starts earlier.
• You are driving on a road that is under
facility construction.
• You are driving in lane-restricted
Limitations of
driving situations.
Navigation-based Smart
• There is inclement weather, such as
Cruise Control
heavy rain or heavy snow.
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
• You are driving on a road with sharp
may not operate normally if:
curves.
The navigation system is not working
• Driving on roads with intersections,
properly.
roundabouts, straight entrances and
Map information is not transmitted due
exits, etc.
to an issue with the infotainment
system.
Speed limit and road information in the
navigation system has not been
updated.
The map information differs from the
actual road conditions because of
real-time GPS data or map information
error.
The navigation system is searching for a
route while driving.
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GPS signals are blocked in an area such
(1) Set route
as tunnel.
(2) Branch line
A road is divided into two or more roads
(3) Driving route
and they join again.
(4) Main road
You go off the route set in the
(5) Curved road section
navigation system.
• When there is a difference between the
The route to the destination is changed
navigation set route (branch line) and
or canceled by resetting the navigation
the driving route (main road), Highway
system.
Curve Zone Auto Slowdown function
may not operate until the driving route
Your vehicle enters a service station or
is recognized as the main road.
rest area.
Android Auto or Car Play is operating.
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• When the vehicle's driving route is
recognized as the main road by
maintaining the main road instead of
the navigation set route, Highway
Curve Zone Auto Slowdown function
will operate. Depending on the distance
to the curve and the current vehicle
speed, vehicle deceleration may not be
sufficient or may decelerate rapidly.
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(1) Driving route
(2) Branch line
(3) Curved road section
(4) Main road
• If there is no destination set on the
navigation, Highway Auto Curve
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Slowdown operates based on the curve
information for the controlled access
(1) Set route
road in the navigation system.
(2) Branch line
• Even if you depart from the main road,
(3) Driving route
Highway Curve Zone Auto Slowdown
(4) Main road
function may temporarily operate due
(5) Curved road section
to navigation information of the
• When there is a difference between the
highway curve section.
navigation route (main road) and the
driving route (branch line), Highway
WARNING
Curve Zone Auto Slowdown function
Always have your eyes on the road. It is
will operate based on the curve
your responsibility to avoid violating
information on the main road.
traffic laws. Navigation-based Smart
• When it is judged that you are driving
Cruise Control is not a substitute for safe
out of the route by entering the
driving practices, but a supplemental
highway interchange or junction,
function only.
Highway Curve Zone Auto Slowdown
To prevent serious injury or death:
function will not operate..
• Always check the speed limit while
driving. The navigation’s speed limit
information may differ from the actual
speed limit on the road.
• Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
is automatically canceled when you
leave the highway and enter a general
road, interchange, junction, or rest
area.
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Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
Information
may not operate depending on the
configuration of vehicles detected
There may be a gap in time between the
ahead on the road.
navigation system’s guidance and
When you are towing a trailer or
when the Navigation-based Smart
another vehicle, turn off
Cruise Control operation starts and
Navigation-based Smart Cruise
ends.
Control.
The speed information on the
After you pass through a tollbooth on a
instrument cluster may differ from the
highway, Navigation-based Smart
navigation system.
Cruise Control operates based on the
Even if you are driving at a speed lower
outermost lane. If you enter one of the
than the Smart Cruise Control's set
other lanes, Navigation-based Smart
speed, acceleration may be limited by
Cruise Control may not operate
the curves ahead on the road.
properly.
If Navigation-based Smart Cruise
Your vehicle accelerates if you depress
Control is operating while leaving the
the accelerator pedal while
highway and entering an interchange,
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
junction, or rest area, the function may
is operating. If the accelerator pedal is
continue to operate for a while.
not depressed far enough, your vehicle
Deceleration by Navigation-based
may decelerate.
Smart Cruise Control may not feel
If you accelerate and release the
sufficient due to the road conditions
accelerator pedal while
such as uneven road surfaces or narrow
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
lanes.
is operating, your vehicle may not
decelerate sufficiently or may rapidly
decelerate.
If the curve is too sharp or if it is a slight
curve, Navigation-based Smart Cruise
Control may not operate.
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Lane Following Assist
Information
(LFA)
You can set the following Warning
Methods:
Lane Following Assist uses the front view
• Warning Volume/Driving Safety Priority
camera to help detect lane markings
and/or vehicles on the road, and to
For more information, refer to the "Driver
provide steering assist to center the
assistance system settings" section in this
vehicle in the lane.
chapter.
Information
Lane Following Assist
Lane Following Assist uses the following
sensor:
• Front view camera
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
sensors" section in this chapter for the
location.
Lane Following Assist
operation
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Turning Lane Following Assist
On/Off
If both the lane markings and/or the
vehicle ahead are detected and your
vehicle speed is below 120 mph (200
km/h), Lane Following Assist helps center
your vehicle in the lane by assisting with
steering. The green indicator light
illuminates on the instrument cluster.
CAUTION
When the steering wheel is not assisted,
the white indicator light blinks and
changes to grey.
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With the ignition switch ON, press the
Lane Driving Assist button on the steering
wheel to turn on Lane Following Assist.
The white or green indicator light
illuminates on the instrument cluster.
Press the button again to turn off the
function.
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Hands-off warning
WARNING
Always safely steer your vehicle and
maintain the position of your vehicle in its
lane.
To prevent serious injury or death:
• Always have your hands on the steering
wheel while driving.
• Lane Following Assist may not steer if
the steering wheel is held too tightly, or
the steering wheel is turned too far left
or right.
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• If the steering wheel is held very
If you take your hands off the steering
loosely, the hands-off warning
wheel for several seconds, the "Place
message may appear because the Lane
hands on the steering wheel" warning
Following Assist may not recognize that
message may appear on the instrument
you have your hands on the steering
cluster, and an audible warning sounds in
wheel.
successive stages.
• The hands-off warning message may
First stage: Warning message
appear late or not at all depending on
Second stage: Warning message (red
the road condition.
steering wheel) and audible warning
• If you attach objects to the steering
wheel, the hands-off warning may not
work properly.
Information
• The status of the Lane Following Assist
operation appears in Driving Assist
mode on the instrument cluster. Refer
to the "View modes" section in chapter
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4.
If you do not have your hands on the
• When lane markings are detected, the
steering wheel after the hands-off
lane lines on the instrument cluster
warning, the "Lane Following Assist
change from gray to white.
deactivated" warning message may
appear and Lane Following Assist is
automatically canceled.
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Lane undetected
Lane Following Assist
malfunction and limitations
Lane Following Assist malfunction
Lane detected
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When Lane Following Assist is not
working properly, the "Check Lane
Following Assist system" message may
appear, and the warning light may
illuminate on the instrument cluster. Have
the vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
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Limitations of Lane Following Assist
• The images and colors in the
instrument cluster may differ
For more information on Lane Following
depending on the cluster type or theme
Assist's limitations, refer to the "Lane
selected from the settings menu.
Keeping Assist (LKA)" section in this
chapter.
• If lane markings are not detected,
steering wheel control by Lane
Information
Following Assist can be limited
depending on the vehicle in front or
For more information on "Warnings"
driving condition.
when using Lane Following Assist, refer to
• You can steer your vehicle even when
the "Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)" section in
steering is assisted by Lane Following
this chapter.
Assist.
• It may require more or less force to turn
the steering wheel when Lane
Following Assist is providing steering
assistance.
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Highway Driving Assist
Information
(HDA)
Highway Driving Assist uses the following
if equipped
sensors:
• Front view camera
Highway Driving Assist uses the front
view camera and front radar to:
• Front radar
• Help detect vehicles and lanes ahead.
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
sensors" section in this chapter for the
• Help maintain the distance from the
location.
vehicle ahead and the set speed.
• Help center your vehicle in the lane
while driving on the highway.
Highway Driving Assist
settings
Highway Driving Assist
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• Highway Driving Assist is available only
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on controlled access roads.
• Controlled access roads are roads with
With the ignition switch ON, go to User
limited entrances and exits that allow
Settings > Driver Assistance > Driving
uninterrupted high speed traffic flow.
Convenience from the settings menu in
the instrument cluster or Settings >
Available highway (Controlled access
Vehicle > Driver Assistance > Driving
road)
Convenience from the settings menu in
the infotainment system to set whether to
Select Interstate Highway
use each function.
USA
and U.S. (Federal) and State
• If Highway Driving Assist is selected,
Highways
the function helps maintain distance
Select Provincial and
from the vehicle ahead, maintain the
Canada
Territorial Highways
set speed, and help center your vehicle
in the lane while driving on the
• Additional highways may be available
highway.
in future navigation system updates.
• Highway Driving Assist does not
operate on interchanges or junctions.
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Operating state
Information
• When there is a problem with Highway
Driving Assist, the function cannot be
set from the Settings menu. Have the
vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
• When the engine is restarted, the
function maintains the last setting.
WARNING
Standby state
Only change the settings after parking
your vehicle at a safe location.
Information
You can set the following Warning
Methods:
• Warning Volume/Driving Safety Priority
For more information, refer to the "Driver
assistance system settings" section in this
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chapter.
1. Indicates if there is a vehicle ahead and
the selected distance level appears.
Highway Driving Assist indicator (
)
Highway Driving Assist
operation
• Green
: Operating state
• Grey
: Standby state
Highway Driving Assist display
• White
: Accelerator depressed
state
The status of the Highway Driving Assist
operation appears in Driving Assist mode
2. Set speed
on the instrument cluster. Refer to the
3. Lane Following Assist indicator
"View modes" section in chapter 4.
4. Whether there is a vehicle ahead and
the selected headway
5. Whether the lane is detected or not
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Hands-off warning
Information
• For more information on Smart Cruise
Control and Lane Following Assist, refer
to the "Smart Cruise Control (SCC)" and
"Lane Following Assist (LFA)" sections
in this chapter.
• The images and colors in the
instrument cluster may differ
depending on the cluster type or theme
selected from the settings menu.
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Highway Driving Assist operating
If you take your hands off the steering
Highway Driving Assist operates when:
wheel for several seconds, the "Place
• You have pressed the Driving Assist
hands on the steering wheel" warning
button after entering or driving on
message may appear on the instrument
controlled access roads.
cluster, and an audible warning sounds in
successive stages.
• Entering or driving on controlled access
roads with both Lane Following Assist
First stage: Warning message
and Smart Cruise Control operating.
Second stage: Warning message (red
steering wheel) and audible warning
Restarting after stopping
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on the steering wheel after the hands-off
warning, the "Highway Driving Assist
When Highway Driving Assist is
deactivated" warning message may
operating, your vehicle stops if the
appear and Highway Driving Assist is
vehicle ahead of you stops. Also, if the
automatically canceled.
vehicle ahead of you starts moving within
30 seconds after the stop, your vehicle
starts as well. If your vehicle has stopped
and 30 seconds have passed, the "Use
switch or pedal to accelerate" message
appears on the instrument cluster.
Depress the accelerator pedal or operate
the +/- switch
button to accelerate.
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Highway Driving Assist
Highway Driving Assist turns off
automatically under the following
malfunction and limitations
situations:
- You are driving on roads that
Highway Driving Assist malfunction
Highway Driving Assist does not
operate, such as rest area,
intersection, junction, etc.
- The navigation does not operate
properly such as when the navigation
system is updating or restarting.
Highway Driving Assist may
inadvertently operate or turn off
depending on the road conditions
(based on the navigation system
information) and surroundings.
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Lane Following Assist may be
temporarily disabled when the front
When Highway Driving Assist is not
view camera cannot detect lanes
working properly, the "Check Highway
properly or the hands-off warning is on.
Driving Assist (HDA) system" warning
The hands-off warning message may
message may appear, and the warning
appear early or late depending on how
light may illuminate on the instrument
the steering wheel is held or road
cluster. Have the vehicle inspected by an
conditions.
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
You may not hear the audible warning
WARNING
of Highway Driving Assist if the
surrounding environment is too noisy.
Always check road conditions, and if
When your vehicle is driven at high
necessary, take appropriate actions to
speeds through a curve, your vehicle
drive safely. Highway Driving Assist is a
may depart from your driving lane if you
supplemental function only and it is not a
do not maintain control.
self driving or autonomous driving
system.
When you are towing a trailer or
another vehicle, turn off Highway
To prevent serious injury or death:
Driving Assist.
• Always have your hands on the steering
Highway Driving Assist may not
wheel while driving.
operate right after the engine is started
• Always have your eyes on the road and
or when the sensors or navigation
pay attention. It is your responsibility to
system is initialized.
avoid violating traffic laws.
• Highway Driving Assist may not be able
to recognize all traffic situations and
may not detect possible collision
hazards. Obstacles such as vehicles,
motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians, or
unspecified objects or structures (e.g.
guardrails and tollbooth) may not be
detected.
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Limitations of Highway Driving
Rear View Monitor (RVM)
Assist
if equipped
Highway Driving Assist may not operate
normally or may not operate if:
Rear View Monitor uses the wide-rear
view camera to display the area behind
• The map information differs from the
your vehicle to assist you when parking or
actual road conditions because the
backing up.
navigation system has not been
updated, or there is a real-time GPS
Information
data or map information error.
If display audio is applied, the description
• The infotainment system is overloaded
of the Rear View Monitor may differ from
by simultaneously performing
the owner's manual. For more
functions such as route search, video
information, scan the QR code in the
playback, voice recognition, etc.
separately supplied simple manual.
• GPS signals are blocked in an area such
as tunnel.
• You depart from the navigation route or
the route to the destination is changed
Information
or canceled.
Rear View Monitor uses the following
• Your vehicle enters a service station or
sensor:
rest area.
• Wide-rear view camera
• Android Auto or Car Play is operating.
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
• The navigation system cannot detect
sensors" section in this chapter for the
the current vehicle position (e.g.
location.
elevated roads including overpass
adjacent to general roads or nearby
roads exist in a parallel way).
• A trailer or hitch mounted carrier is
connected to your vehicle.
Information
For more information on the limitations of
the front view camera and front radar,
refer to the "Forward Collision Avoidance
Assist (FCA) (Sensor fusion)" section in
this chapter.
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Rear View Monitor settings
Information
You can set the following Warning
Camera settings
Methods:
• Parking Safety Priority
For more information, refer to the "Driver
assistance system settings" section in this
chapter.
Rear View Monitor operation
Parking/View button
To change the settings of Rear View
Monitor's Display Contents or Display
Settings, press the setup icon (
) on the
screen while Rear View Monitor is
operating, or go to Settings > Vehicle >
Driver Assistance > Parking Safety >
Camera Settings from the Settings menu
in the infotainment system when the
engine is on.
Extended Rear View Monitor
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Keeps displaying the rear view when
Press the Parking/View button (1) while
shifting from R (Reverse) to N (Neutral) or
the gear is in P (Park) to turn on Rear View
D (Drive). When exceeding a certain
Monitor.
speed, the rear view stops displaying.
Rear view with parking guidance
Rear View Parking Guide Lines
The rear view with parking guidance
If Rear View Parking Lines (Rear view
appears on the screen when parking.
reference lines) is selected, the rear view
parking guide lines and rear top view
Turns on if:
guide lines will be displayed at the left
• You shift the gear to R (Reverse).
side of the infotainment system.
• You press the Parking/View button (1)
while the gear is in P (Park). However,
Information
parking guidance is not displayed.
• The horizontal guideline of the Rear
Turns off if:
View Parking Guidance shows the
distance of 1.6 ft. (0.5 m), 3.3 ft. (1 m)
• You press the Parking/View button (1)
and 7.6 ft. (2.3 m) from the vehicle.
again while the gear is in P (Park) with
the rear view on the screen.
• The horizontal guideline of the Rear Top
View Parking Guidance shows the
• You shift the gear from R (Reverse) to P
distance of 1.6 ft. (0.5 m) and 4.9 ft. (1.5
(Park).
m) from the vehicle.
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Maintaining rear view
Rear top view
The rear view will maintain showing on
the screen to help you when parking.
However, parking guidance is not
displayed.
Turns on if:
You shift the gear from R (Reverse) to N
(Neutral) or D (Drive).
Turns off if:
• When vehicle speed is above 6 mph (10
km/h), the rear view will turn off.
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• You shift the gear to P (Park).
Press the icon.
The top view appears on the screen and
the distance from the vehicle appears in
the back of your vehicle.
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• The rear view cannot be turned off
when the gear is in R (Reverse).
• When the Rear View Monitor is turned
on, the last displayed view mode
appears on the screen. If the gear is in R
(Reverse), the rear view appears on the
screen.
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Rear View Monitor
Surround View Monitor
malfunction and limitations
(SVM)
if equipped
Rear View Monitor malfunction
Surround View Monitor uses the
When Rear View Monitor is not working
wide-front view camera, wide-side view
properly, or the screen flickers, or the
camera, and wide-rear view camera to
camera image does not display normally,
display images around your vehicle
have the vehicle inspected by an
through the infotainment system screen
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
when parking.
• Parking Assist View provides various
Limitations of Rear View Monitor
view modes of your vehicle's
When your vehicle is stopped for a long
surroundings.
time in winter or when your vehicle is
parked in an indoor parking lot, the
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exhaust fumes may temporarily blur the
Surround View Monitor uses the following
image.
sensors:
WARNING
• Wide-front view camera
• Always turn your head to check blind
• Wide-side view cameras
spots. The rear view camera does not
• Wide-rear view camera
cover the entire area behind your
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
vehicle.
sensors" section in this chapter for the
• The perceived distance on the screen
location.
may differ from the actual distance.
• Always keep the rear view camera lens
clean. If the lens is blocked or covered,
the Rear View Monitor may not operate
normally. Do not clean with strong
chemicals containing high alkaline or
volatile organic solvents (e.g. gasoline,
acetone).
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Surround View Monitor
Top View Parking Guidance
settings
When the Top View Parking Lines (Top
view reference lines) is selected, parking
guidance is displayed on the right side of
Camera settings
the Surround View Monitor screen.
Information
The horizontal guideline of the Rear Top
View Parking Guidance shows the
distance of 1.6 ft. (0.5 m) and 6.6 ft (2 m)
from the vehicle.
Rear View Parking Guidance
If Rear View Parking Guidance is selected,
the parking guideline appears on the right
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side of the Surround View Monitor screen
To change the settings of Surround View
when the rear view is displayed.
Monitor's Display Contents or Display
Settings, press the setup icon (
) on the
Information
screen while Rear View Monitor is
The horizontal guideline shows the
operating, or go to Settings > Vehicle >
distance of 1.6 ft. (0.5 m), 3.3 ft. (1 m) and
Driver Assistance > Parking Safety >
7.6 ft. (2.3 m).
Camera Settings from the Settings menu
in the infotainment system when the
engine is on.
Surround View Monitor Auto On
Information
With the ignition switch ON, go to
Settings > Vehicle > Driver Assistance >
You can set the following Warning
Parking Safety > Surround View Monitor
Methods:
Auto On(for infotainment system type)
• Parking Safety Priority
from the Settings menu to use the
For more information, refer to the "Driver
function.
assistance system settings" section in this
If Surround View Monitor Auto On is
chapter.
selected, the front parking assist view
screen appears when the Parking
Distance Warning warns you while driving
Parking distance warning
in D (Drive).
When the Parking Distance Warning is
selected, parking distance warning
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appears on the right side of the Surround
You can select Driving Safety Priority for
View Monitor screen.
Surround View Monitor from the Settings
menu. For more information, refer to the
"Driver assistance system settings"
section in this chapter.
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Surround View Monitor
Turns on if:
operation
• The gear is in N (Neutral) or D (Drive),
and your vehicle speed is 6 mph (10
km/h) or less.
Parking/View button
• You press the Parking/View button (1)
when the gear is in N (Neutral) or D
(Drive) and your vehicle speed is 6 mph
(10 km/h) or less.
• Surround View Monitor Auto On
function is operated.
- When Driver Assistance> Parking
Safety > Surround View Monitor
Auto On is selected from the Settings
menu, the front view while parking
appears.
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Information
Press the Parking/View button (1) to turn
on Surround View Monitor.
When the front view is activated, the
latest used view mode is displayed.
Front view
Turns off if:
• The gear is shifted from N (Neutral) or D
(Drive) to P (Park) or R (Reverse).
• The Parking/View button (1) or the
infotainment system buttons (3) is
pressed.
• Vehicle speed is above 6 mph (10
km/h).
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Surround View Monitor turns off if your
The front view appears on the screen
vehicle speed is greater than 6 mph (10
when the gear is in N (Neutral) or D (Drive)
km/h). Although you slow down to less
to assist parking. The front view has top
than 6 mph (10 km/h) again, Surround
view, front view, and side view.
View Monitor does not turn on again.
View modes can be selected by pressing
the view buttons (2) on the Surround View
Monitor screen.
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Rear view
3D view
The rear view appears on the screen when
The 3D view shows the image around the
the gear is in R (Reverse) or P (Park) to
vehicle from various angles.
assist parking. The rear view has top view,
You can change angles by tapping the
front view, and side view.
screen. Press the 3D View button again to
View modes can be selected by pressing
return to the initial angle.
the view buttons (2) on the Surround View
Turns on if:
Monitor screen.
When the 3D view is selected by pressing
Turns on if:
the change view button (2):
• The gear is shifted to R (Reverse).
• The gear is in P (Park), N (Neutral) or D
• The rear view is selected by pressing
(Drive) when vehicle speed is below 6
the change view button (2) after
mph (10 km/h).
pressing the Parking/View button (1),
• The Surround View Monitor is turned on
while the gear is in P (Park), N (Neutral)
when the gear is in R (Reverse).
or D (Drive), and vehicle speed is 6 mph
(10 km/h) or less.
Turns off if:
When the gear is in P (Park), N (Neutral) or
Turns off if:
D (Drive):
• The gear is shifted from R (Reverse) to P
• The gear is shifted to P (Park) from N
(Park).
(Neutral) or D (Drive).
• The Parking/View button (1) is pressed,
• The Parking/View button (1) or the
while the gear is in P (Park).
Infotainment system button (3) is
pressed.
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• Vehicle speed is above 6 mph (10
The rear view cannot be turned off when
km/h).
the gear is in R (Reverse) even if the
infotainment system buttons (3) are
When the gear is in R (Reverse):
pressed.
• The gear is shifted to P (Park).
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3D view does not display guidelines.
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Surround View Monitor
Rear Cross-traffic
malfunction and limitations
Collision-Avoidance
Surround View Monitor malfunction
Assist (RCCA)
When Surround View Monitor is not
if equipped
working properly, or the screen flickers,
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
or the camera image does not display
Assist uses the rear corner radars to help
normally, have the vehicle inspected by
detect vehicles approaching from the left
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
or right while your vehicle is reversing,
and to warn you that a collision is
Limitations of Surround View
imminent with a warning message and an
Monitor
audible warning. Braking may also be
assisted to avoid a collision.
When your vehicle is stopped for a long
time in winter or when your vehicle is
parked in an indoor parking lot, the
exhaust fumes may temporarily blur
the image.
The screen may not display the
surround view properly and an icon
may appear at the top left of the screen
if:
- The trunk is opened.
- The driver or front passenger door is
opened.
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- The side view mirror is folded.
[A] Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning operating
range
[B] Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist
WARNING
operating range
Always look around your vehicle to
The time of warning may vary depending
make sure there are no objects or
on the speed of the approaching vehicle.
obstacles before driving.
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The perceived distance on the screen
may differ from the actual distance.
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist uses the following sensor:
Surround View Monitor is designed to
be used on a flat surface. When your
• Rear corner radars
vehicle is used on roads with different
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
heights such as curbs and speed
sensors" section in this chapter for the
bumps, the image on the screen may
location.
not look correct.
Always keep the camera lens clean. If
the lens is blocked or covered, the
Surround View Monitor may not
operate normally. Do not clean with
strong chemicals containing high
alkaline or volatile organic solvents
(gasoline, acetone etc.).
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Rear Cross-traffic
Information
Collision-Avoidance Assist
You can set the Warning Timing and
settings
following Warning Methods:
• Warning Volume/Haptic Warning
Rear Cross-Traffic Safety
For more information, refer to the "Driver
assistance system settings" section in this
chapter.
Rear Cross-traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist
operation
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may warn and control your vehicle
depending on the collision risk level.
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With the ignition switch ON, go to User
Collision Warning
settings > Driver Assistance > Parking
Safety > Rear Cross-Traffic Safety from
the settings menu in the instrument
cluster or Settings > Vehicle > Parking
Safety > Rear Cross-Traffic Safety from
the settings menu in the infotainment
system to turn on Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist and deselect
to turn Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist on and off.
WARNING
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When the engine is restarted, the Rear
Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist
turns on. If Off is selected after the engine
is restarted, Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist does not
function until the next time your vehicle is
started.
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Settings for Rear Cross-Traffic Safety
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include Rear Cross-Traffic Collision
Warning and Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist.
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Emergency Braking
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To warn you of an approaching vehicle
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from the rear left or right of your vehicle,
the warning light on the side view mirror
may blink, a warning message may
appear on the instrument cluster, and an
audible warning may sound.
When Rear View Monitor is operating, a
warning may appear on the infotainment
system screen.
Collision warning may operate if:
• The gear is shifted to R (Reverse).
• Vehicle speed is below 5 mph (8 km/h).
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• The approaching vehicle is within
approximately 82 ft. (25 m) from the left
and right side of your vehicle.
• The speed of the vehicle approaching
from the left or right is above 3 mph (5
km/h).
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• If the operating conditions are met, a
warning is provided whenever your
vehicle approaches from the left or
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right even though your vehicle speed is
To warn you of an approaching vehicle
0 mph (0 km/h).
from the rear left or right of your vehicle,
• The images and colors in the
the warning light on the side view mirror
instrument cluster may differ
may blink, a warning message may
depending on the cluster type or theme
appear on the instrument cluster, and an
selected from the settings menu.
audible warning may sound.
When Rear View Monitor is operating, a
warning may appear on the infotainment
system screen.
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If a collision is imminent, emergency
Stopping vehicle and ending brake
braking is assisted to help prevent
control
collision with approaching vehicles from
the left and right side or your vehicle.
Emergency braking may operate if:
• The gear is shifted to R (Reverse).
• Vehicle speed is below 5 mph (8 km/h).
• The approaching vehicle is within
approximately 5 ft. (1.5 m) from the left
and right side of your vehicle.
• The speed of the vehicle approaching
from the left and right is above 3 mph (5
km/h).
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• After your vehicle is stopped following
WARNING
an Emergency Braking event, the "Drive
Braking control ends when:
carefully" warning message may
appear on the instrument cluster.
• The approaching vehicle is out of the
detection range.
• Depress the brake pedal immediately
and check the surroundings.
• The approaching vehicle passes behind
your vehicle.
• Braking control ends about 2 seconds
after your vehicle is stopped.
• The approaching vehicle does not
continue to drive toward your vehicle.
• During Emergency Braking, braking
control by Rear Cross-Traffic
• The approaching vehicle speed slows
Collision-Avoidance Assist may be
down.
automatically canceled when you
• The driver depresses the brake pedal
depress the brake pedal with sufficient
with sufficient power.
force.
WARNING
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not operate in all situations
and cannot avoid all collisions.
To prevent serious injury or death:
• Only change the settings after parking
the vehicle at a safe location.
• Always look over your shoulder for
possible hazards and make sure it is
safe to back up.
• When other system’s warning message
appears or audible warning is heard,
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not warn you.
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You may not hear the audible warning
WARNING
of Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist if the
Braking is not assisted and only a warning
surrounding environment is too noisy.
is provided when:
During Rear Cross-Traffic
• The ESC (Electronic Stability Control)
Collision-Avoidance Assist operation,
warning light is on.
your vehicle may stop suddenly. Always
• ESC (Electronic Stability Control) is
wear your seat belt, check your
engaged in a different function.
occupants have their seat belts
fastened and secure loose objects that
may become projectiles.
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
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Assist may not operate if you apply the
If the braking is assisted by Rear
brake pedal with sufficient force in
Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist,
response to the potential hazard
the driver must immediately depress the
detected by the system.
brake pedal and check vehicle
Even if there is an issue with Rear
surroundings.
Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
• Brake control will end when the driver
Assist, the vehicle’s braking system
depresses the brake pedal with
operates normally.
sufficient power.
When Rear Cross-Traffic
• After shifting the gear to R (Reverse),
Collision-Avoidance Assist is operating,
braking control will operate once for
braking assist is automatically canceled
left and right vehicle approach.
when you depress the accelerator
pedal with sufficient force.
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may warn you late or may not
warn you depending on the road and
driving conditions.
Control your vehicle at all times. It is
your responsibility to operate your
vehicle in a safe manner. Do not solely
rely on the Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist to avoid a
collision. Rather, maintain a safe
braking distance, and If needed, reduce
your vehicle speed or depress the brake
pedal to reduce the driving speed or to
stop your vehicle.
Never attempt to activate Rear
Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist by intentionally driving toward
people, animals, objects, or other
vehicles.
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Rear Cross-traffic
Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist disabled
Collision-Avoidance Assist
malfunction and limitations
Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist
malfunction
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If the rear corner radar is blocked or
covered, or when the rear bumper around
the rear corner radar or sensor is covered
by any foreign material, such as snow,
rain, or dirt, or when a trailer or hitch
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mounted carrier is installed, the detecting
When the Rear Cross-Traffic
performance may reduce and temporarily
Collision-Avoidance Assist is not working
limit or disable Rear Cross-Traffic
properly, the "Check Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist.
Safety system" warning message may
The "Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system
appear, and the warning light may
disabled. Radar blocked" warning
illuminate on the instrument cluster. Have
message may appear on the instrument
the vehicle inspected by an authorized
cluster.
HYUNDAI dealer.
The function operates normally when
such foreign material, trailer, or carrier is
removed, and the engine is restarted.
If the function does not operate normally
after anything covering or blocking the
sensors is removed, have the vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
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When the side view mirror warning light is
not working properly, the "Check side
view mirror warning light" warning
message may appear, and the warning
light may illuminate on the instrument
cluster. Have the vehicle inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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WARNING
WARNING
• Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Driving near a vehicle or structure
Assist may not operate properly even if
there is no warning message or warning
light on the instrument cluster.
• Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not operate properly in open
areas where no objects are detected
(e.g. empty parking lot) or when the
detecting sensors are blocked right
after turning on the engine.
• Always turn off Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist when
towing a trailer or using a hitch
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mounted carrier.
[A] Structure
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may be limited when driving near
Limitations of Rear Cross-Traffic
another vehicle or a structure, and it
Collision-Avoidance Assist
may not detect the vehicle approaching
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
from the left or right. The function may
Assist may not operate normally, or may
not activate a warning or brake your
operate unexpectedly if:
vehicle
• Departing from where trees or grass are
Always check your surroundings while
overgrown.
backing up.
• Departing from where roads are wet.
• Speed of the approaching vehicle is fast
or slow.
Braking may not be assisted if:
• Your vehicle severely vibrates while
driving over a bumpy road, uneven
road, or concrete patch.
• You are driving on a slippery surface
due to snow, water puddle, ice, etc.
• The tire pressure is low or any tire is
damaged.
• The braking system is adjusted
differently from the factory default
settings.
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For more information on the limitations of
the rear corner radar, refer to the
"Blind-spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
(BCA)" section in this chapter.
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When your vehicle is in a complex
When your vehicle is parked
parking environment
diagonally
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Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
[A] Vehicle
Assist may detect vehicles that are
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
parking or pulling out near your vehicle
Assist may be limited when backing up
(e.g. leaving beside your vehicle,
diagonally, and may not detect any
parking or pulling out behind your
vehicle approaching from the left or
vehicle, approaching your vehicle
right. If this occurs, the function may
making a turn). If this occurs, the
not activate a warning or brake your
function may activate a warning and
vehicle.
brake your vehicle even when not
Always check your surroundings while
needed.
backing up.
Always check your surroundings while
When your vehicle is on or near a slope
backing up.
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Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may be limited when your vehicle
is on a uphill or downhill slope, and may
not detect any vehicle approaching
from the left or right. If this occurs, the
function may activate a warning and
brake your vehicle even when not
needed.
Always check your surroundings while
backing up.
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Pulling into the parking space where
WARNING
there is a structure
• Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not operate normally if there
is interference from strong
electromagnetic waves.
• Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not operate for 3 seconds
right after your vehicle is started or
when the rear corner radars are
initialized.
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[A] Structure
[B] Wall
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may detect vehicles passing by in
front of you when parking in reverse
into a parking space with a wall or
structure in the rear or side area. If this
occurs, the function may activate a
warning or brake your vehicle.
Always check your surroundings while
backing up.
When your vehicle is parked rearward
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Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may detect vehicles passing by
behind you when parking in reverse
into a parking space. If this occurs, the
function may activate a warning and
brake your vehicle even when not
needed.
Always check your surroundings while
backing up.
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Forward/Reverse Parking
Forward/Reverse Parking
Distance Warning operation
Distance Warning (PDW)
if equipped
Parking Safety button
Forward/Reverse Parking Distance
Warning uses the front and rear ultrasonic
sensors to detect and warns you if a
person, animal, or object is within a
certain distance when your vehicle is
stopped or driving at low speed.
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Forward/Reverse Parking Distance
Warning uses the following sensors:
• Front ultrasonic sensors
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• Rear ultrasonic sensors
Press the Parking Safety (
) button to
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
turn on Forward/Reverse Parking
sensors" section in this chapter for the
Distance Warning. Press the button again
location.
to turn off the function.
• When the gear is shift to R (Reverse),
Parking Distance Warning
Information
automatically turns on (Parking Safety
button indicator on).
You can set the following Warning
Methods:
Forward Parking Distance Warning
• Warning Volume
Forward Parking Distance Warning may
For more information, refer to the "Driver
operate if:
assistance system settings" section in this
chapter.
• The gear is shifted from R (Reverse) to
D (Drive) with Reverse Parking Distance
Warning on.
• The gear is in D (Drive) and the Parking
Safety button indicator light is on.
Parking Distance Warning Auto On is
selected from the Settings menu and
the gear is in D (Drive).
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• The shape of the indicator in the
Information
illustration may differ from the actual
• Forward Parking Distance Warning
vehicle.
operates only when the vehicle’s
forward speed is below 6 mph (10
km/h).
Reverse Parking Distance Warning
• Forward Parking Distance Warning is
Reverse Parking Distance Warning may
deactivated if the vehicle speed
operate if:
reaches above 18 mph (30 km/h). It will
• The gear is shifted to R (Reverse).
not reactivate although the vehicle
speed drops below 6 mph (10 km/h).
Information
(Only when Parking Warning Auto On is
• Reverse Parking Distance Warning
not selected)
operates when the vehicle’s reverse
speed is below 6 mph (10 km/h).
Warning
indicator
Distance
Warning
Warning
when
from object
sound
indicator
driving
Distance
Warning
when
forward
from object
sound
driving
backward
24-40
Buzzer beeps
in.(60-100
intermittently
24-48
cm)
Buzzer beeps
in.(60-120
intermittently
cm)
12-24 in.
Beeps more
(30-60 cm)
frequently
12-24 in.
Beeps more
(30-60 cm)
frequently
within 12 in.
Beeps
(30 cm)
continuously
within 12 in.
Beeps
(30 cm)
continuously
• The corresponding indicator
illuminates whenever each ultrasonic
• The corresponding indicator
sensor detects a person or object in its
illuminates whenever each ultrasonic
sensing range. Also an audible warning
sensor detects a person or object in its
sounds.
sensing range. Also an audible warning
• When more than two objects are
sounds.
detected at the same time, the closest
• When more than two objects are
one is warned with an audible warning.
detected at the same time, the closest
one is warned with an audible warning.
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• The shape of the indicator in the
Parking Distance Warning disabled
illustration may differ from the actual
vehicle.
Forward/Reverse Parking
Distance Warning
malfunction and precautions
Parking Distance Warning
malfunction
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After starting the engine, a beep sounds
If this occurs the "Driver assistance
when the gear is shifted to R (Reverse) to
system limited. Ultrasonic sensor
indicate Parking Distance Warning is
blocked" warning message appears on
operating normally.
the instrument cluster. Parking Distance
If one or more of the following occurs,
Warning operates properly when snow,
check whether the ultrasonic sensor is
rain or foreign material is removed.
damaged or blocked.
If Parking Distance Warning does not
• The audible warning does not sound.
operate properly after obstruction (snow,
• The buzzer sounds intermittently.
rain, or foreign material) is removed
(including trailer, carrier, etc., from the
• The "Parking sensor error or blockage"
rear bumper), have the vehicle inspected
warning message may appear on the
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
instrument cluster.
Forward/Reverse Parking Distance
Warning precautions
• Parking Distance Warning may not
operate properly when:
- Moisture is frozen to the sensor
- Sensor is covered with substance,
such as snow or water
(Forward/Reverse Parking Distance
Warning operates properly when
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such substance is removed.)
If it still does not work properly, have the
- The weather is extremely hot or cold
vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
- The sensor or sensor assembly is
disassembled
- The surface of the sensor is pressed
hard or hit with a hard object
- The surface of the sensor is scratched
with a sharp object
- The sensors or its surrounding area is
directly sprayed with high pressure
washer
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• Parking Distance Warning may
WARNING
malfunction when:
- Heavy rain or water spray is present
• Parking Distance Warning is a
supplemental function. The operation
- Water flows on the surface of the
of Parking Distance Warning can be
sensor
affected by several factors (including
- Affected by another vehicle’s sensors
environmental conditions). It is the
- The sensor is covered with snow or
responsibility of the driver to always
ice
check the front and rear views before
and while parking.
- Driving on uneven road, gravel roads
or bushes
• Your new vehicle warranty does not
cover any accidents or damage to the
- Objects that generates ultrasonic
vehicle due to the malfunction of
waves are near the sensor
Parking Distance Warning.
- License plate is installed in a different
• Pay close attention when driving near
spot from the original location
objects, pedestrians, and especially
- The vehicle bumper height or
children. Some objects may not be
ultrasonic sensor installation has
detected by the ultrasonic sensors, due
been modified
to the objects distance, size or material,
- Attaching equipment or accessories
all of which can limit the effectiveness
next to the ultrasonic sensors
of the sensor.
• The following objects may not be
• Parking Distance Warning does not
detected:
warn you in the order of detection. It
- Sharp or slim objects, such as ropes,
varies depending on the speed of the
chains or small poles.
vehicle or the shape of a person,
animal, or object.
- Narrow objects, such as corners of a
square column
• If the Parking Distance Warning does
not operate properly, have the vehicle
- Objects, which tend to absorb sensor
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
frequency, such as clothes, spongy
dealer.
material or snow.
- Objects smaller than 40 in. (100 cm)
in length and narrower than 6 in. (14
cm) in diameter.
- Pedestrians, animals or objects that
are very close to the ultrasonic
sensors
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Driver assistance system
Reverse Parking
Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist
Collision-Avoidance
settings
Assist (PCA)
if equipped
Parking Safety
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
Assist uses the wide-rear view camera
and rear ultrasonic sensors to help detect
pedestrians or objects when backing up.
The function may warn you or assist you
with braking to help reduce the possibility
of a collision when backing up.
Information
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
Assist uses the following sensors:
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• Wide-rear view camera
With the ignition switch ON, go to User
• Rear ultrasonic sensors
settings > Driver Assistance > Parking
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
Safety on the instrument cluster or
sensors" section in this chapter for the
Settings > Vehicle > Driver Assistance >
location.
Parking Safety on the infotainment
system to set whether to use each
function:
• If Rear Safety is selected, Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist will warn the
driver and assist with braking when a
collision with a pedestrian or an object
is imminent from behind.
Information
You can set the following Warning
Methods:
• Warning Volume/Haptic Warning
For more information, refer to the "Driver
assistance system settings" section in this
chapter.
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Reverse Parking
• Vehicle speed is below 6 mph (10
km/h). (detecting pedestrians)
Collision-Avoidance Assist
• Vehicle speed is below 1.8 mph (3
operation
km/h). (detecting objects)
• Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist
Turning Parking Collision Avoidance
components such as the rear view
Assist On/Off
camera and the rear ultrasonic sensors
are in normal conditions.
When Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist activates, a
line appears behind the vehicle image on
the instrument cluster.
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Press and hold the Parking Safety (
)
button more than 2 seconds, to turn the
Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist on or
off.
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Operating conditions
If Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
Information
Assist detects a risk of collision behind the
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
vehicle with a pedestrian or an object,
Assist operates only once after the gear is
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
shifted to R (Reverse). To reactivate
Assist warns the driver with an audible
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
warning and warning message on the
Assist, shift the gear from another gear to
cluster. If Surround View Monitor is
R (Reverse).
operating, a warning appears on the
infotainment.
If collision is imminent, Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist assists you
with braking.
Select ‘Rear Safety’ from the ‘Parking
Safety’ menu of the infotainment system.
Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist is
enabled when the following conditions
are satisfied:
• The trunk and door are closed.
• The Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) is
released.
• The gear is shifted to R (Reverse).
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Driver assistance system
Off conditions
Reverse Parking
If collision is imminent, Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist
Collision-Avoidance Assist will assist you
malfunction and limitations
with braking. Braking assist is released
after 5 minutes. Immediately depress the
brake pedal and check vehicle
Reverse Parking Collision-
surroundings. Braking assist is also
Avoidance Assist malfunction
released in the following conditions
when:
• The gear is shifted to P (Park) or D
(Drive).
• The brake pedal is depressed with
sufficient power.
Information
When Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist
is activated while reversing, braking
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control will be released after 5 minutes
and the parking brake will be engaged.
When Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist or other
related functions are not working
properly, the "Check Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist system"
warning message may appear on the
instrument cluster, and Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist may turn off
automatically. Have the vehicle be
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
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Reverse Parking
Limitations of Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist disabled
Collision-Avoidance Assist
Rear view camera
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not assist braking or warn you
even if there are pedestrians or objects if:
Any non-factory equipment or
accessory is installed on the rear of your
vehicle.
Your vehicle has been damaged due to
an accident or other causes.
Bumper height or rear ultrasonic sensor
installation locations have been
modified.
Rear ultrasonic sensor
Rear view camera or rear ultrasonic
sensor(s) is damaged.
Rear view camera or rear ultrasonic
sensor(s) is covered or blocked with
snow, water, or dirt.
The surrounding is very bright or dark.
The weather is very hot or cold.
The wind speed is either greater than 12
mph (20 km/h) or blowing
perpendicular to the rear bumper.
Objects generating excessive noise,
The "Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist
such as vehicle horns, loud motorcycle
system limited. Camera obscured" or
engines, or truck air brakes, are near
"Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist syst.
your vehicle.
limited. Ultrasonic sensor blocked"
An ultrasonic sensor with similar
warning message may appear on the
frequency is near your vehicle.
instrument if:
The road is slippery or inclined.
• The rear view camera or rear ultrasonic
sensor(s) is covered with foreign
There is elevation difference between
material, such as snow or rain, etc.
your vehicle and the pedestrian.
• There is inclement weather, such as
The pedestrian blends into the
heavy snow, heavy rain, etc.
background when seen from the rear
view camera.
If this occurs, Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist may turn off or
The pedestrian is near the rear edge of
may not operate properly. Check whether
your vehicle.
the rear view camera and rear ultrasonic
The pedestrian is not standing upright.
sensors are clean.
The pedestrian is very short or tall.
The pedestrian is wearing clothing that
easily blends into the background,
making them difficult to detect.
The pedestrian is wearing clothing that
does not reflect ultrasonic waves well.
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