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Hyundai Kona EV (2024 year). Manual in english - page 5

 

 

Driver Assistance System
When a pedestrian or bicycle is
When driving at a tollbooth or
between you and the vehicle ahead
intersection, etc.
2C_DAWBetweenVehicles
2C_DAWInTollbooth
If there is a pedestrian(s) or bicycle(s) in
If you pass a tollbooth 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
WARNING
Driver Attention Warning may not operate
for about 15 seconds after the vehicle is
started, or the front view camera is
initialized.
Information
For more information on the precautions
2C_DAWInParkingLot
of the front view camera, refer to the
If a vehicle parked in front drives away
"Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
from you, Leading Vehicle Departure
(FCA)" section in this chapter.
Alert may alert you that the parked
vehicle is driving away.
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Detecting sensor
Blind-Spot View Monitor
(BVM)
if equipped
Left
2C_SideviewCamera
[A] Wide-side view camera (camera located at
bottom of the mirror)
[B] Wide-side view camera (camera located at
bottom of the mirror)
2C_BVMLeftSideInfo
See the illustration above for the detailed
Right
location of the detecting sensors.
Blind-Spot View Monitor
Settings
Setting features
Blind-Spot View
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
button, and then select Vehicle > Driver
2C_BVMRightSideInfo
Assistance > Driving Safety and then
Blind-Spot View Monitor uses the
enable Blind-Spot View Monitor in the
wide-side view cameras to display the
infotainment system to turn on the
rear blind spot areas of your vehicle on
Blind-Spot View Monitor feature.
the instrument cluster when the turn
signal is turned on to help with safe lane
changes.
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Driver Assistance System
Blind-Spot View Monitor
Blind-Spot View Monitor
Operation
Malfunction
When Blind-Spot View Monitor is not
Operating switch
working properly, or the cluster display
flickers, or the camera image does not
display properly, have your vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
WARNING
The image shown on the instrument
cluster may differ from the actual
distance of the object. Make sure to
directly check the vehicle's
surroundings for safety.
2C_BVMTurnSignal
Always keep the camera lens clean. If
Turn signal switch
the lens is covered with foreign
material, it may adversely affect
Blind-Spot View Monitor will turn on and
camera performance and Blind-Spot
off when the turn signal is turned on and
View Monitor may not operate
off.
properly.
Blind-Spot View Monitor
Operating conditions
When the left or right side turn signal
turns on, the image in that direction is
displayed on the instrument cluster.
Off conditions
• When the turn signal turns off, the
image on the instrument cluster will
turn off.
• When the hazard warning flasher is on,
Blind-Spot View Monitor will turn off,
regardless of the turn signal status.
• When other important warning is
displayed on the instrument cluster,
Blind-Spot View Monitor may turn off.
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Smart Cruise Control
Smart Cruise Control Settings
(SCC)
Smart Cruise Control
Smart Cruise Control helps detect a
vehicle ahead and helps maintain the
distance from the vehicle ahead and the
set speed.
Overtaking Acceleration Assist
When Smart Cruise Control judges you
are attempting to overtake a vehicle in
front, Smart Cruise Control help with
accelerating.
2C_SCCSettings
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
Detecting sensor
button and then select Vehicle > Driver
Assistance > Driving Convenience >
Smart Cruise Control is selected from the
infotainment system, you can change the
vehicle distance, the acceleration, and
the reaction speed manually.
Warning Method
2C_FrontCameraRadar
[A] Front view camera
[B] Front radar
The front view camera and front radar are
used as a detecting sensor to help detect
vehicles ahead.
See the illustration above for the detailed
location of the detecting sensor.
2C_WarningTypeSetInfo_6
CAUTION
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
button, and then select Vehicle > Driver
Always keep the front view camera and
Assistance > Warning Method in the
front radar in good condition to maintain
infotainment system to select following:
optimal performance of Smart Cruise
Control.
Warning Volume: The warning volume
can be adjusted. If you turn off the
For more information on the precautions
Warning Volume, for your safety, the
of the front view camera and front radar,
function may warn you with a low
refer to the "Forward Collision-Avoidance
volume.
Assist (FCA)" section in this chapter.
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Driver Assistance System
Haptic Warning: The steering wheel
Smart Cruise Control does not operate in
vibration can be set.
the following conditions.
Driving Safety Priority: Your vehicle
• Your vehicle is in power down mode (®
lowers all other audio volumes when
indicator on)
the Driver Assistance system warning
• The driver's door is opened
sounds.
• EPB (Electronic Parking Brake) is
applied
Information
• ESC (Electronic Stability Control) or
• If you change the Warning Method, the
ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) is
Warning Method of other Driver
controlling the vehicle
Assistance systems may change.
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
• Warning Method will maintain the last
brake control is operating
setting even if the vehicle is restarted.
• Remote Smart Parking Assist brake
• The setting menu may not be available
control is operating (if equipped)
for your vehicle depending on the
• Hands-off warning for Lane Keeping
vehicle features and specifications.
Assist and Highway Driving Assist is on
• The Warning Volume and Haptic
Warning cannot be turned off at the
Information
same time. When one of the warnings
are turned off the other is activated.
When stopped behind another vehicle,
the driver can turn on Smart Cruise
Control while the brake pedal is
depressed.
Smart Cruise Control
Operation
Operating conditions for Acceleration
Operating conditions
Assist
Overtaking Acceleration Assist operates
Basic function
when the turn signal indicator is turned on
Smart Cruise Control operates when the
to the left while Smart Cruise Control is
following conditions are satisfied.
operating, and the following conditions
are satisfied:
• The gear is in D (Drive)
• Your vehicle speed is above 40 mph (60
• Your vehicle speed is within the
km/h)
operating speed range
• A vehicle is detected in front of your
-
5-120 mph (10-200 km/h): when
vehicle
there is no vehicle in front
Overtaking Acceleration Assist does not
-
0-120 mph (0-200 km/h): when there
operate in the following conditions.
is a vehicle in front
• The hazard warning flasher is on
• ESC (Electronic Stability Control) or
ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) is on
• Vehicle speed is reduced to maintain
distance with the vehicle in front
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Setting vehicle distance
WARNING
• When the turn signal indicator is turned
on to the left while there is a vehicle
ahead, the vehicle may accelerate
temporarily. Pay attention to the road
conditions at all times.
Turning on Smart Cruise Control
2C_SCCDistanceButton
Press the button repeatedly to cycle
through the headway settings from
Distance 4Distance 3Distance 2
Distance 1Distance 4.
If you drive at 56 mph (90 km/h), the
distance is maintained as follows:
• Distance 4: about 172 ft. (52.5 m)
2C_DrivingAssistButton
• Distance 3: about 130 ft. (40 m)
• Press the Driving Assist button to turn
• Distance 2: about 106 ft. (30 m)
on Smart Cruise Control. The speed will
• Distance 1: about 82 ft. (25 m)
be set to the current speed on the
instrument cluster.
Information
• If there is no vehicle in front of you, the
The distance is set to the last set distance
set speed will be maintained, but if
when the vehicle is restarted, or when
there is a vehicle in front of you, the
Smart Cruise Control was temporarily
speed may decrease to maintain the
canceled.
distance to the vehicle ahead. If the
vehicle ahead accelerates, your vehicle
will travel at a steady cruising speed
after accelerating to the set speed.
Information
If your vehicle speed is between 0-20
mph (0-30 km/h) when you press the
Driving Assist button, Smart Cruise
Control speed will be set to 20 mph (30
km/h).
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Driver Assistance System
Increasing set speed
Decreasing set speed
2C_SCCSpeedUp
2C_SCCSpeedDown
• Push the + switch up and release it
• Push the - switch down and release it
immediately. The set speed will
immediately. The set speed will
increase by 1 mph (1 km/h) each time
decrease by 1 mph (1 km/h) each time
the switch is operated in this manner.
the switch is operated in this manner.
• Push the + switch up and hold it while
• Push the - switch down and hold it
monitoring the set speed on the
while monitoring the set speed on the
instrument cluster. The set speed will
cluster. The set speed will decrease by 5
increase by 5 mph (10 km/h) each time
mph (10 km/h) each time the switch is
the switch is operated in this manner.
operated in this manner. Release the
Release the switch when the desired
switch at the speed you want to
speed is shown, and the vehicle will
maintain. You can decrease the set
accelerate to that speed. You can
speed to 20 mph (30 km/h).
increase the set speed to 120 mph (200
km/h).
Temporarily canceling Smart Cruise
Control
WARNING
Check the driving condition before using
the + switch. Driving speed may sharply
increase when you push up and hold the +
switch.
Information
The driving speed may not reach the set
speed depending on the vehicle
2C_MSLAPausing
characteristics and driving conditions.
Press the æ switch or depress the brake
pedal to temporarily cancel Smart Cruise
Control.
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Resuming Smart Cruise Control
Information
If your vehicle is equipped with Manual
Speed Limit Assist, press and hold the
Driving Assist (ĩ) button to turn off
Smart Cruise Control. However Manual
Speed Limit Assist will turn on.
WARNING
Do not use the switches and buttons at
2C_SpeedControlResuming
the same time. Smart Cruise Control may
To resume Smart Cruise Control after the
not operate properly.
function was canceled, operate the +, - or
æ switch.
If you push the + switch up or - switch
Display and Control
down, vehicle speed will be set to the
current speed on the instrument cluster.
Basic function
If you press the æ switch, vehicle speed
You can see the status of the Smart Cruise
will resume to the preset speed.
Control operation in the Driving Assist
view on the instrument cluster. For more
WARNING
information, refer to the "View Modes"
section in chapter 4.
Check the driving condition before using
the æ switch. Driving speed may sharply
Smart Cruise Control will be displayed as
increase or decrease when you press the
below depending on the status of the
æ switch.
function.
Operating
Turning off Smart Cruise Control
2C_SCCOperatingIndicatorInfo
2C_DrivingAssistButton
To turn Smart Cruise Control off, press the
Driving Assist (ĩ) button.
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Driver Assistance System
Temporarily cancelled
Accelerating temporarily
2C_SCCAcceleratingTemporarilyInfo
• When operating
If you want to speed up temporarily
(1) Whether there is a vehicle ahead and
without altering the set speed while
the selected distance level
Smart Cruise Control is operating,
(2) Set speed
depress the accelerator pedal. While the
(3) Whether there is a vehicle ahead and
accelerator pedal is depressed, the set
the target vehicle distance
speed, distance level and target distance
will blink on the instrument cluster.
• When temporarily cancelled
However, if the accelerator pedal is
(1) Your vehicle (gray)
depressed insufficiently, the vehicle may
(2) Previous set speed (gray)
decelerate.
(3) Whether there is a vehicle ahead
(gray) (if equipped)
WARNING
Be careful when accelerating temporarily,
Information
because the speed and distance is not
• The distance of the front vehicle on the
controlled automatically even if there is a
instrument cluster is displayed based
vehicle in front of you.
on the actual distance between your
vehicle and the vehicle ahead.
• The target distance may vary according
to the vehicle speed and the set
distance level. If the vehicle speed is
low, even though the vehicle distance
have changed, the change of the target
vehicle distance may be small.
• The images and colors in the
instrument cluster may differ
depending on the instrument cluster
type or theme selected in the
infotainment system.
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Temporarily canceling Smart Cruise
Smart Cruise Control conditions not
Control
satisfied
2C_SCCAutoTemporaryCancel
2C_SCCOpeartingConditionNotMet
• The vehicle speed is above 130 mph
If the Driving Assist button, + switch, -
(210 km/h)
switch or ç switch is operated when
Smart Cruise Control operating
• The vehicle is stopped for a certain
conditions are not satisfied, the "Smart
period of time
Cruise Ctrl. conditions not met" will
• The accelerator pedal is continuously
appear on the instrument cluster, and an
depressed for a certain period of time
audible warning will sound.
• The conditions for the Smart Cruise
Control to operate is not satisfied
In traffic situation
If Smart Cruise Control is temporarily
canceled automatically, the "Smart
Cruise Control deactivated" warning
message will appear on the instrument
cluster, and an audible warning will sound
to warn the driver.
Information
If Smart Cruise Control is temporarily
canceled while the vehicle is at a
standstill with the function activated, EPB
2C_SCCReStart
(Electronic Parking Brake) maybe applied.
In traffic, your vehicle will stop if the
vehicle ahead of you stops. Also, if the
vehicle ahead of you starts moving, your
WARNING
vehicle will start as well. In addition, after
the vehicle has stopped and a certain
When Smart Cruise Control is temporarily
time have passed, the "Use switch or
canceled, distance with the front vehicle
pedal to accelerate" message will appear
will not be maintained. Always have your
on the instrument cluster. Depress the
eyes on the road while driving, and if
accelerator pedal or operate the + switch,
necessary, depress the brake pedal to
- switch or ç switch to start driving.
reduce your driving speed in order to
maintain a safe distance.
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Driver Assistance System
Warning road conditions ahead
Always have your eyes on the road while
driving, and if necessary, depress the
brake pedal to reduce your driving speed
in order to maintain a safe distance.
WARNING
In the following situations, Smart Cruise
Control may not warn the driver of a
collision.
• The distance from the front vehicle is
near, or the vehicle speed of the front
2C_SCCRoadConditionWarningInfo
vehicle is faster or similar with your
In the following situation, the "Watch for
vehicle
surrounding vehicles" warning message
• The speed of the front vehicle is very
will appear on the instrument cluster, and
slow or is at a standstill
an audible warning will sound to warn the
• The accelerator pedal is depressed
driver of road conditions ahead.
right after Smart Cruise Control is
• The vehicle in front disappears when
turned on
Smart Cruise Control is maintaining the
distance with the vehicle ahead while
driving below a certain speed.
WARNING
WARNING
Take the following precautions when
Always pay attention to vehicles or
using Smart Cruise Control:
objects that may suddenly appear in front
• Smart Cruise Control does not
of you, and if necessary, depress the
substitute for proper and safe driving. It
brake pedal to reduce your driving speed
is the responsibility of the driver to
in order to maintain a safe distance.
always check the speed and distance to
the vehicle ahead.
• Smart Cruise Control may not
Collision Warning
recognize unexpected and sudden
situations or complex driving
situations, so always pay attention to
driving conditions and control your
vehicle speed.
• Keep Smart Cruise Control off when the
function is not in use to avoid
inadvertently setting a speed.
• Do not open the door or leave the
vehicle when Smart Cruise Control is
operating, even if the vehicle is
2C_FCABasicCollisionWarningInfo
stopped.
While Smart Cruise Control is operating,
• Always be aware of the selected speed
when the collision risk with the vehicle
and headway distance.
ahead is high, the "Collision Warning"
warning message will appear on the
instrument cluster, and an audible
warning will sound to warn the driver.
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Keep a safe distance according to road
If any other system's warning message
conditions and vehicle speed. If the
is displayed or warning sound is
headway distance is too close during
generated, Smart Cruise Control
high-speed driving, a serious collision
warning message may not be displayed
may result.
and warning sound may not be
generated.
When maintaining distance with the
vehicle ahead, if the front vehicle
You may not hear the warning sound of
disappears, Smart Cruise Control may
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist if
suddenly accelerate to the set speed.
the surrounding is noisy.
Always be aware of unexpected and
The vehicle manufacturer is not
sudden situations from occurring.
responsible for any traffic violation or
Vehicle speed may decrease on an
accidents caused by the driver.
upward slope and increase on a
Always set the vehicle speed under the
downward slope.
speed limit in your area.
Always be aware of situations such as
when a vehicle cuts in suddenly.
When you are towing a trailer or
CAUTION
another vehicle, turn off Smart Cruise
Control for safety reasons.
The vehicle must be driven sufficiently
to reflect the actual driving style of the
Turn off Smart Cruise Control when
driver, such as inter-vehicle distance,
your vehicle is being towed.
acceleration and reaction speed.
Smart Cruise Control may not operate
If you are driving in special conditions,
properly if interfered by strong
such as snow, rain, fog or steep slopes,
electromagnetic waves.
the vehicle may not be driven
Smart Cruise Control may not detect an
according to the driver's driving style.
obstacle in front and lead to a collision.
Always look ahead cautiously to
prevent unexpected and sudden
situations from occurring.
Information
Vehicles moving in front of you with a
Smart Cruise Control may not operate
frequent lane change may cause a
for few seconds after the vehicle is
delay in Smart Cruise Control reaction
started or the front view camera or
or may cause Smart Cruise Control to
front radar is initialized.
react to a vehicle actually in an adjacent
You may hear a sound when the brake is
lane. Always drive cautiously to prevent
controlled by Smart Cruise Control.
unexpected and sudden situations
from occurring.
Always be aware of the surroundings
and drive safely, even though a warning
message does not appear or an audible
warning does not sound.
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Driver Assistance System
Smart Cruise Control
Smart Cruise Control disabled
Malfunction and Limitations
Smart Cruise Control malfunction
2C_RadarDisableWarning
When the front radar cover or sensor is
covered with snow, rain, or foreign
material, it can reduce the detecting
2C_DriverAssistanceMalfunction
performance and temporarily limit or
When Smart Cruise Control is not working
disable Smart Cruise Control.
properly, the "Check Driver Assistance
If this occurs the "Driver Assistance
system." warning message will appear,
system limited. Radar blocked." warning
and the "X" warning light will illuminate
message will appear for a certain period
on the instrument cluster. Have your
of time on the instrument cluster.
vehicle inspected by an authorized
Smart Cruise Control will operate
HYUNDAI dealer.
properly when snow, rain or foreign
material is removed.
WARNING
Even though the warning message does
not appear on the instrument cluster,
Smart Cruise Control may not properly
operate.
CAUTION
Smart Cruise Control may not properly
operate in an area (for example, open
terrain), where there is nothing to detect
after turning ON the vehicle.
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Limitations of Smart Cruise Control
The front vehicle's ground clearance is
low or high
Smart Cruise Control may not operate
properly, or it may operate unexpectedly
A vehicle suddenly cuts in front
under the following circumstances:
Your vehicle is being towed
The detecting sensor or the
Driving through a tunnel or iron bridge
surroundings are contaminated or
Driving near areas containing metal
damaged
substances, such as a construction
Washer fluid is continuously sprayed, or
zone, railroad, etc.
the wiper is on
An object reflecting off the front radar
The camera lens is contaminated due to
such as a guardrail, nearby vehicle, etc.
tinted, filmed or coated windshield,
The bumper around the front radar is
damaged glass, or sticky foreign
impacted, damaged or the front radar is
material (sticker, bug, etc.) on the glass
out of position
Moisture is not removed or frozen on
The temperature around the front radar
the windshield
is high or low
The field of view of the front view
Driving in vast areas where there are
camera is obstructed by sun glare
few vehicles or structures (for example,
Street light or light from an oncoming
desert, meadow, suburb, etc.)
vehicle is reflected on the wet road
The vehicle in front is made of material
surface, such as a puddle on the road
that does not reflect on the front radar
The temperature around the front view
Driving near a highway interchange or
camera is high or low
tollbooth
An object is placed on the dashboard
Driving on a slippery surface due to
The surrounding is very bright
snow, water puddle, ice, etc.
The surrounding is very dark, such as in
Driving on a curved road
a tunnel, etc.
The vehicle in front is detected late
The brightness changes suddenly, for
The vehicle in front is suddenly blocked
example when entering or exiting a
by a obstacle
tunnel
The vehicle in front suddenly changes
The brightness outside is low, and the
lane or suddenly reduces speed
headlights are not on or are not bright
The vehicle in front is bent out of shape
Driving in heavy rain or snow, or thick
fog
The front vehicle's speed is fast or slow
Driving through steam, smoke or
With a vehicle in front, your vehicle
shadow
changes lane at low speed
Only part of the vehicle is detected
The vehicle in front is covered with
snow
The vehicle in front has no tail lights, tail
lights are located unusually, etc.
Unstable driving
The brightness outside is low, and the
You are on a roundabout and the
tail lights are not on or are not bright
vehicle in front is not detected
The rear of the front vehicle is small or
You are continuously driving in a circle
does not look normal (for example,
Driving in a parking lot
tilted, overturned, etc.)
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Driver Assistance System
• Driving through a 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
• The adverse road conditions cause
excessive vehicle vibrations while
driving
2C_SCCDrivingOnCurve_2
• Your vehicle height is low or high due to
Your vehicle speed can be reduced due
heavy loads, abnormal tire pressure,
to a vehicle in the adjacent lane.
etc.
Apply the accelerator pedal and select
• Driving through a narrow road where
the appropriate set speed. Check to be
trees or grass are overgrown
sure that the road conditions permit
• There is interference by
safe operation of the Smart Cruise
electromagnetic waves, such as driving
Control.
in an area with strong radio waves or
Driving on an inclined road
electrical noise
Driving on a curved road
2C_FCADrivingOnIncline
During uphill or downhill driving, the
2C_SCCDrivingOnCurve
Smart Cruise Control may not detect a
On curves, Smart Cruise Control may
moving vehicle in your lane, and cause
not detect a vehicle in the same lane,
your vehicle to accelerate to the set
and may accelerate to the set speed.
speed. Also, vehicle speed will rapidly
Also, vehicle speed may rapidly
decrease when the vehicle ahead is
decrease when the vehicle ahead is
detected suddenly.
detected suddenly.
Select the appropriate set speed on
Select the appropriate set speed on
inclines and apply the brake pedal or
curves and apply the brake pedal or
accelerator pedal according to the road
accelerator pedal according to the road
and driving conditions ahead.
and driving conditions ahead.
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Changing lanes
Situations when detecting are limited
2C_SCCDetectingVehicle
2C_FCADetectingVehicle
2C_FCAChangingLane
In the following cases, some vehicles,
[A] Your vehicle
[B] Lane changing vehicle
pedestrians or animals in your lane
When a vehicle moves into your lane
cannot be detected by the sensor:
from an adjacent lane, it cannot be
• Vehicles offset to one side
detected by the sensor until it is in the
• Slow-moving vehicles or sudden
sensor's detection range. Smart Cruise
decelerating vehicles
Control may not immediately detect
• Vehicles with higher ground clearance
the vehicle when the vehicle changes
or vehicles carrying loads that stick out
lanes abruptly. In this case, you must
of the back of the vehicle
maintain a safe braking distance, and if
necessary, depress the brake pedal to
• Vehicles that has the front lifted due to
reduce your driving speed in order to
heavy loads
maintain a safe distance.
• Vehicles within about 6 ft. (2 m) from
your vehicle
• Oncoming vehicles
• Stopped vehicles
• Vehicles with small rear profile, such as
trailers
• Narrow vehicles, such as motorcycles
or bicycles
• Special vehicles
• Animals and pedestrians
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Driver Assistance System
• Adjust your vehicle speed by
depressing the brake pedal according
to the road and driving conditions
ahead.
• In the following cases, the vehicle in
front cannot be detected by the sensor:
- You are steering your vehicle
- Driving on narrow or sharply curved
roads
• When a vehicle ahead disappears at an
2C_SCCVehicleAheadDisappears
intersection, your vehicle may
• Always look out for pedestrians when
accelerate.
your vehicle is maintaining a distance
Always pay attention to road and
with the vehicle ahead.
driving conditions while driving.
2C_SCCPedestrianCaution
2C_SCCDrivingOnCrossroad
• When a vehicle in front of you merges
Information
out of the lane, Smart Cruise Control
This device complies with Part 15 of the
may not immediately detect the new
FCC rules.
vehicle that is now in front of you.
Operation is subject to the following three
Always pay attention to road and
conditions:
driving conditions while driving.
1. This device may not cause harmful
interference, and
2. This device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired
operation.
3. Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's
authority to operate the device.
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Navigation-Based Smart
Information
Radio frequency radiation exposure
Cruise Control (NSCC)
information:
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
This equipment complies with FCC
can help drive at a certain speed
radiation exposure limits set forth for an
according to the road conditions when
uncontrolled environment.
driving on highways by using road
This equipment should be installed and
information from the navigation system
operated with minimum distance of 8 in.
while Smart Cruise Control is operating.
(20 cm) between the radiator (antenna)
and your body.
Information
This transmitter must not be co-located
• Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
or operating in conjunction with any other
is available only on controlled access
antenna or transmitter.
roads.
- Controlled access roads are roads
with limited entrances and exits that
allow uninterrupted high speed
traffic flow.
Available highway
(Controlled access road)
Select Interstate
Highway and U.S.
USA
(Federal) and State
Highways
Select Provincial and
Canada
Territorial Highways
- Additional highways may be available
in future navigation system updates.
- Navigation-based Smart Cruise
Control does not operate on
interchanges or junctions.
Highway Auto Curve Slowdown
If vehicle speed is high, Highway Auto
Curve Slowdown function will
temporarily decelerate your vehicle or
limit acceleration to help you drive safely
on a curve based on the curve
information from the navigation.
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Driver Assistance System
Navigation-based Smart
Navigation-based Smart Cruise
Control display and control
Cruise Control Settings
When Navigation-based Smart Cruise
Control operates, it will be displayed on
the instrument cluster as follows:
2C_NSCCSettings
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
button and then select Vehicle > Driver
Assistance > Driving Convenience >
2C_NSCCOperatingInfo
Highway Auto Speed Change from the
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
infotainment system to turn on
standby
Navigation based Smart Cruise Control
and deselect to turn off the function.
If the operating conditions are satisfied,
the green
Û indicator light illuminates.
Information
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
When there is a problem with
operating
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control,
While the speed is being controlled, the
the function cannot be set in the
green
Û indicator light blinks.
infotainment system.
Temporarily canceled or interrupted by
the driver
Navigation-based Smart
If Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
Cruise Control Operation
cannot control the vehicle, such as when
Smart Cruise Control is temporarily
Operating conditions
canceled or the navigation system is
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control is
searching for a route, the gray
Û
ready to operate if all of the following
indicator light illuminates.
conditions are satisfied:
When the driver depresses the
• Select "Highway Auto Speed Change"
accelerator pedal, the white
Û indicator
from the infotainment system.
light blinks.
• Smart Cruise Control is operating
• Driving on main roads of highways
Information
For more information on how to operate
Smart Cruise Control, refer to the "Smart
Cruise Control (SCC)" section in this
chapter.
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Limitations of
WARNING
Navigation-based Smart
Cruise Control
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
may not operate properly under the
following circumstances:
The navigation is not working properly
Map information is not transmitted due
to infotainment system's abnormal
operation
Speed limit and road information in the
2C_NSCCDriveCarefullyInfo
navigation is not updated
"Drive carefully" warning message will
The map information and the actual
appear in the following circumstances:
road is different because of real-time
• Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
GPS data or map information error
is not able to slow down your vehicle to
The navigation searches for a route
a safe speed
while driving
GPS signals are blocked in areas such as
a tunnel
Information
A road that divides into two or more
The images and colors in the instrument
roads and joins again
cluster may differ depending on the
The driver goes off course from the
instrument cluster type or theme selected
route set in the navigation
from the infotainment system.
The route to the destination is changed
or cancelled by resetting the navigation
Highway Curve Zone Auto Slowdown
The vehicle enters a service station or
rest area
• Depending on the curve ahead on the
highway, the vehicle will decelerate,
Android Auto or Car Play is operating
and after passing the curve, the vehicle
The navigation cannot detect the
will accelerate to Smart Cruise Control
current vehicle position (for example,
set speed.
elevated roads including overpass
• Vehicle deceleration time may differ
adjacent to general roads or nearby
depending on the vehicle speed and
roads exist in a parallel way)
the degree of the curve on the road. The
The navigation is being updated while
higher the driving speed, deceleration
driving
will start faster.
The navigation is being restarted while
driving
The speed limit of some sections
changes according to the road
situations
Driving on a road under construction
Driving in lane-restricted driving
situations
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• There is bad weather, such as heavy
rain, heavy snow, etc.
• Driving on a road that is sharply curved
2C_NSCCLimitation_2
(1) Set route
(2) Branch line
2C_NSCCLimitation
(3) Driving route
(1) Set route
(4) Main road
(2) Branch line
(5) Curved road section
(3) Driving route
• When there is a difference between the
(4) Main road
navigation route (main road) and the
(5) Curved road section
driving route (branch line), Highway
Curve Zone Auto Slowdown function
• When there is a difference between the
will operate based on the curve
navigation set route (branch line) and
information on the main road.
the driving route (main road), Highway
Curve Zone Auto Slowdown function
• When it is judged that you are driving
may not operate until the driving route
out of the route by entering the
is recognized as the main road.
highway interchange or junction,
Highway Curve Zone Auto Slowdown
• When the vehicle's driving route is
function will not operate.
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.
2C_NSCCLimitation_3
(1) Driving route
(2) Branch line
(3) Curved road section
(4) Main road
• If there is no destination set on the
navigation, Highway Curve Zone Auto
Slowdown function will operate based
on the curve information on the main
road.
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Even if you depart from the main road,
The vehicle will accelerate if the driver
Highway Curve Zone Auto Slowdown
depresses the accelerator pedal while
function may temporarily operate due
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
to navigation information of the
is operating, and the function will not
highway curve section.
decelerate the vehicle. However, if the
accelerator pedal is depressed
WARNING
insufficiently, the vehicle may
decelerate.
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
is not a substitute for safe driving
If the driver accelerates and releases
practices, but a convenience function.
the accelerator pedal while
Always have your eyes on the road, and
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
it is the responsibility of the driver to
is operating, the vehicle may not
avoid violating traffic laws.
decelerate sufficiently or may rapidly
decelerate to a safe speed.
The navigation's speed limit
information may differ from the actual
If the curve is too large or too small,
speed limit information on the road. It is
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
the driver's responsibility to check the
may not operate.
speed limit on the actual driving road or
lane.
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
Information
will automatically be canceled when
A time gap could occur between the
you leave the highway main road.
navigation's guidance and when
Always pay attention to road and
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
driving conditions while driving.
operation starts and ends.
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
The speed information on the
may not operate due to the existence of
instrument cluster and navigation may
leading vehicles and the driving
differ.
conditions of the vehicle. Always pay
attention to road and driving conditions
Even if you are driving at a speed lower
while driving.
than Smart Cruise Control set speed,
acceleration may be limited by the
When you are towing a trailer or
curve sections ahead.
another vehicle, turn off
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
If Navigation-based Smart Cruise
for safety reasons.
Control is operating while leaving the
main road to enter an interchange,
After you pass through a tollbooth on a
junction, rest area, etc., the function
highway, Navigation-based Smart
may operate for a certain period of
Cruise Control will operate based on
time.
the first lane. If you enter one of the
other lanes, Navigation-based Smart
Deceleration by Navigation-based
Cruise Control might not operate
Smart Cruise Control may feel it is not
properly.
sufficient due to road conditions such
as uneven road surfaces, narrow lanes,
etc.
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Driver Assistance System
Lane Following Assist
Information
This device complies with Part 15 of the
(LFA)
FCC rules.
Lane Following Assist helps detect lane
Operation is subject to the following three
markings and/or a vehicle ahead on the
conditions:
road, and helps center your vehicle in the
1. This device may not cause harmful
lane.
interference, and
2. This device must accept any
Detecting sensor
interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired
operation.
3. Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's
authority to operate the device.
Information
2C_FrontViewCamera
Radio frequency radiation exposure
[A] Front view camera
information:
The front view camera is used as a
This equipment complies with FCC
detecting sensor to help detect lane
radiation exposure limits set forth for an
markings and vehicles ahead.
uncontrolled environment.
See the illustration above for the detailed
This equipment should be installed and
location of the detecting sensor.
operated with minimum distance of 8 in.
(20 cm) between the radiator (antenna)
CAUTION
and your body.
For more information on the precautions
This transmitter must not be co-located
of the front view camera, refer to the
or operating in conjunction with any other
"Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
antenna or transmitter.
(FCA)" section in this chapter.
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Lane Following Assist Settings
Lane Following Assist
Operation
Warning Methods
Turning Lane Following Assist
On/Off
2C_WarningTypeSetInfo_6
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
button, and then select Vehicle > Driver
2C_LaneSafetyButton
Assistance > Warning Methods in the
With the vehicle on, tap the Lane Driving
infotainment system to select following:
Assist button located on the steering
Warning Volume: The warning volume
wheel to turn on Lane Following Assist.
can be adjusted. If you turn off the
The gray or green (º) indicator light will
Warning Volume, for your safety, the
illuminate on the instrument cluster.
function may warn you with a low
Press the button again to turn off the
volume.
function.
Haptic Warning: The steering wheel
vibration can be set.
Driving Safety Priority: Your vehicle
lowers all other audio volumes when
the Driver Assistance system warning
sounds.
Information
• If you change the Warning Methods,
Warning Methods of other Driver
Assistance systems may change.
• Warning Methods will maintain the last
setting even if the vehicle is restarted.
• The setting menu may not be available
for your vehicle depending on the
vehicle features and specifications.
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Lane Following Assist
2C_DisableLFAWarning
2C_LFALaneDetectInfo
If the driver still does not have their hands
If the vehicle ahead and/or both lane
on the steering wheel after the hands-off
markings are detected and your vehicle
warning, the "Lane Following Assist
speed is below 120 mph (200 km/h), the
deactivated" warning message will
green (º) indicator light appears on the
appear and Lane Following Assist will be
cluster, and Lane Following Assist helps
automatically canceled.
center the vehicle in the lane by assisting
the steering wheel.
WARNING
The steering wheel may not be assisted
CAUTION
if the steering wheel is held very tight or
When the steering wheel is not assisted,
the steering wheel is steered over a
the white (º) indicator light blinks and
certain degree.
changes to gray.
Lane Following Assist does not operate
at all times. It is the responsibility of the
driver to safely steer the vehicle and to
Hands-off warning
maintain the vehicle in its lane.
The hands-off warning message may
appear late depending on road
conditions. Always have your hands on
the steering wheel while driving.
If the steering wheel is held very lightly
the hands-off warning message may
appear because Lane Following Assist
may not recognize that the driver has
their hands on the steering wheel.
If you attach objects to the steering
2C_HandOffWarningInfo
wheel, the hands-off warning may not
If the driver takes their hands off the
work properly.
steering wheel for several seconds, the
"Keep hands on steering wheel" warning
message will appear and an audible
warning will sound in stages.
First stage: Warning message
Second stage: Warning message (red
steering wheel) with a warning sound
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• The steering wheel may feel heavier or
Information
lighter when the steering wheel is
• For more information on instrument
assisted by Lane Following Assist than
cluster settings, refer to the "Cluster
when it is not.
Display Control" section in chapter 4.
• When both lane markings are detected,
Lane Following Assist
the lane lines on the instrument cluster
will change from gray to white.
Malfunction and Limitations
Lane undetected
Lane Following Assist malfunction
Lane detected
2C_DriverAssistanceMalfunction
When Lane Following Assist is not
working properly, the "Check Driver
Assistance system." warning message
will appear on the instrument cluster for
several seconds, and the master (X)
warning light appears on the instrument
cluster. If this occur, have your vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
2C_LFALaneDetectInfo_2
• The images and colors in the
Limitations of Lane Following Assist
instrument cluster may differ
For more information on Lane Following
depending on the cluster type or theme
Assist limitations, refer to the "Lane
selected in the infotainment system.
Keeping Assist (LKA)" section in this
• If lane markings are not detected,
chapter.
steering wheel control by Lane
Following Assist can be limited
Information
depending on whether a vehicle is in
For more information on Lane Following
front or the driving conditions of the
Assist precautions, refer to the "Lane
vehicle.
Following Assist Malfunction and
• Even though the steering is assisted by
Limitations" section in this chapter.
Lane Following Assist, the driver may
control the steering wheel.
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Driver Assistance System
Detecting sensor
Highway Driving Assist
(HDA)
Highway Driving Assist
Highway Driving Assist helps maintain a
set distance and speed from the vehicle
ahead while driving on a highway main
section and helps center the vehicle in the
lane.
2C_FrontCameraRadar
[A] Front view camera
[B] Front radar
See the illustration above for the detailed
location of the detecting sensors.
CAUTION
For more information on the precautions
of the detecting sensors, refer to the
"Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
2C_HDABasicFuntion
(FCA)" section in this chapter.
Information
• Highway Driving Assist is available only
Highway Driving Assist
on controlled access roads.
Settings
- Controlled access roads are roads
with limited entrances and exits that
allow uninterrupted high speed
traffic flow.
Available highway
(Controlled access road)
Select Interstate
Highway and U.S.
USA
(Federal) and State
Highways
2C_HDASettings
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
Select Provincial and
button and then select or deselect
Canada
Territorial Highways
Vehicle > Driver Assistance > Driving
Convenience > Highway Driving
- Additional highways may be available
Assistance from the infotainment system
in future navigation system updates.
to set whether to use each function.
- Highway Driving Assist does not
If Highway Driving Assist is selected, it
operate on interchanges or junctions.
helps maintain distance from the vehicle
ahead, maintain the set speed, and helps
center the vehicle in the lane.
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Warning Method
Highway Driving Assist
Operation
Basic function
Displaying operating status
You can see the status of the Highway
Driving Assist operation in the Driving
Assist view on the instrument cluster. For
more information, refer to the "View
Modes" section in chapter 4.
2C_WarningTypeSetInfo_6
Highway Driving Assist will be displayed
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
as below depending on the status of the
button and then select Vehicle > Driver
function.
Assistance > Warning Method in the
infotainment system to select following:
Operating state
Warning Volume: The warning volume
can be adjusted. If you turn off the
Warning Volume, for your safety, the
function may warn you with a low
volume.
Haptic Warning: The steering wheel
vibration can be set.
Driving Safety Priority: Your vehicle
lowers all other audio volumes when
the Driver Assistance system warning
sounds.
Standby state
Information
If you change the Warning Method,
Warning Method of other Driver
Assistance systems may change.
Warning Method will maintain the last
setting even if the vehicle is restarted.
The setting menu may not be available
for your vehicle depending on the
vehicle features and specifications.
1. Highway Driving Assist indicator,
whether there is a vehicle ahead and
the selected distance level are
displayed.
• Highway Driving Assist indicator
)
- Green
ĥ: Operating state
- Gray
ĥ: Standby state
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- White
ĥ blink: Accelerator
Restarting after stopping
depressed state
- Not displayed : Off
2. Set speed
3. Lane Following Assist indicator
4. Whether there is a vehicle ahead and
the selected headway
5. Whether the lane is detected or not
Information
2C_SCCReStart
• For more information on the display
When Highway Driving Assist is
refer to the "Smart Cruise Control
operating, your vehicle will stop if the
(SCC)" and "Lane Following Assist
vehicle ahead of you stops. Also, if the
(LFA)" sections in this chapter.
vehicle ahead of you starts moving within
• The images and colors in the
30 seconds after the stop, your vehicle
instrument cluster may differ
will start as well. In addition, after the
depending on the instrument cluster
vehicle has stopped and 30 seconds have
type or theme selected from
passed, the "Use switch or pedal to
infotainment system.
accelerate" message will appear on the
instrument cluster. Depress the
accelerator pedal or operate the + switch,
Highway Driving Assist operation
- switch or ç switch to start driving.
Highway Driving Assist operates when:
• Driving on the main road of highways,
Hands-off warning
and turning on Highway Driving Assist
by pressing the Driving Assist button
• Entering the main road of highways
while Lane Following assist and Smart
Cruise Control are operating
2C_HandOffWarningInfo
If the driver takes their hands off the
steering wheel for several seconds, the
"Keep hands on steering wheel" warning
message will appear and an audible
warning will sound in stages.
First stage: Warning message
Second stage: Warning message (red
steering wheel) and audible warning
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Highway Driving Assist standby
When the Smart Cruise Control is
temporarily canceled while Highway
Driving Assist is operating, Highway
Driving Assist will be in the standby state.
At this time, Lane Following Assist will
operate properly.
Information
• Driving Speed Limit helps you drive
2C_HDADeactivatedInfo
below 40 mph (60 km/h). At this time,
If the driver still does not have their hands
the vehicle decelerates due to the
on the steering wheel after the hands-off
vehicle ahead. After the vehicle has
warning, "Highway Driving Assist
decelerated, it cannot automatically
deactivated" warning message will
accelerate.
appear and Highway Driving Assist will be
• Driving Speed Limit will cancel in the
automatically canceled.
following circumstances:
- When the driver grabs the steering
Driving speed limit
wheel again
- When the driver turns on Lane
Following Assist by pressing the Lane
Driving Assist button (p
)
- When +, -, ç switch or å button is
operated, or the accelerator pedal or
the brake pedal is depressed
When Highway Driving Assist is canceled
by the hands-off warning, The driving
speed will be limited.
While Driving Speed Limit function is
operating, the "Driver's grasp not
detected. Driving speed will be limited"
warning message will appear on the
instrument cluster, and an audible
warning will sound continuously.
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Driver Assistance System
Highway Driving Assist
WARNING
Malfunction and Limitations
The driver is responsible for controlling
the vehicle and safe driving.
Highway Driving Assist malfunction
Always have your hands on the steering
wheel while driving.
Highway Driving Assist is a
supplemental function that assists the
driver in driving the vehicle and is not a
complete autonomous driving system.
Always check road conditions, and if
necessary, take appropriate actions to
drive safely.
Always have your eyes on the road, and
it is the responsibility of the driver to
2C_DriverAssistanceMalfunction
avoid violating traffic laws. The vehicle
When Highway Driving Assist is not
manufacturer is not responsible for any
working properly, the "Check Driver
traffic violation or accidents caused by
Assistance system." warning message
the driver.
and yellow Lane Keeping Assist (S
)
Highway Driving Assist may not be able
warning light appears on the instrument
to recognize all traffic situations.
cluster. If this occurs, have your vehicle
Highway Driving Assist may not detect
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
possible collisions due to limitations of
dealer.
the function. Always be aware of the
limitations of the function. Obstacles
such as vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles,
pedestrians, or unspecified objects or
structures such as guardrails, tollbooth,
etc., that may collide with the vehicle
may not be detected.
Highway Driving Assist will turn off
automatically under the following
situations:
- Driving on roads that Highway
Driving Assist does not operate, such
as a rest area, intersection, junction,
etc.
- The navigation does not operate
properly such as when the navigation
is being updated or restarted
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Highway Driving Assist may
Limitation of Highway Driving Assist
inadvertently operate or turn off
Highway Driving Assist may not operate
depending on road conditions
properly, or may not operate under the
(navigation information) and
following circumstances:
surroundings.
• The map information and the actual
Lane Following Assist function may be
road is different because the navigation
temporarily disabled when the front
is not updated
view camera cannot detect lanes
• The map information and the actual
properly or the hands-off warning is on.
road is different because of real-time
You may not hear the warning sound of
GPS data or map information error
Highway Driving Assist if the
• The infotainment system is overloaded
surrounding is noisy.
by simultaneously performing
If the vehicle is driven at high speed
functions such as route search, video
above a certain speed at a curve, your
playback, voice recognition, etc.
vehicle may drive to one side or may
• GPS signals are blocked in areas such as
depart from the driving lane.
a tunnel
When you are towing a trailer or
• The driver goes off course or the route
another vehicle, turn off Highway
to the destination is changed or
Driving Assist for safety reasons.
canceled by resetting the navigation
The hands-off warning message may
• The vehicle enters a service station or
appear early or late depending on how
rest area
the steering wheel is held or road
conditions. Always have your hands on
• Android Auto or Car Play is operating
the steering wheel while driving.
• The navigation cannot detect the
For your safety, please read the owner's
current vehicle position (for example,
manual before using the Highway
elevated roads including overpass
Driving Assist.
adjacent to general roads or nearby
roads exist in a parallel way)
Highway Driving Assist will not operate
when the vehicle is started, or when the
Information
detecting sensors or navigation is being
initialized.
For more information on the limitations of
the front view camera and front radar,
refer to the "Forward Collision-Avoidance
Assist (FCA)" section in this chapter.
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Driver Assistance System
Rear View Monitor (RVM)
Information
if equipped
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC rules.
Rear View Monitor displays the area
behind your vehicle to help with safe
Operation is subject to the following three
parking or driving.
conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful
interference, and
Detecting sensor
2. This device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired
operation.
3. Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's
authority to operate the device.
2C_WideRearViewCamera
Information
[A] Wide-rear view camera
Radio frequency radiation exposure
Refer to the picture above for the detailed
information:
location of the detecting sensor.
This equipment complies with FCC
radiation exposure limits set forth for an
uncontrolled environment.
This equipment should be installed and
operated with minimum distance of 8 in.
(20 cm) between the radiator (antenna)
and your body.
This transmitter must not be co-located
or operating in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
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Rear View Monitor Settings
Camera settings
Warning Method
2C_RVMCameraSettings
• You can change Rear View Monitor
"Display Contents" by touching the
2C_WarningTypeSetInfo_6
setup icon (Ĵ) on the screen while Rear
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
View Monitor is operating, or by
button, and then select Vehicle > Driver
pressing theŲ button and then
Assistance > Warning Method in the
selecting Display > Camera Settings >
infotainment system to select following:
Display Contents in the infotainment
Parking Safety Priority: Your vehicle
system while the vehicle is on.
lowers all other audio volumes when
• In the "Display Contents", you can
Rear View Monitor is operating.
change settings for Extended Rear
View Monitor and Rear View Parking
Information
Lines.
• If you change the Warning Method,
Warning Method of other Driver
Extend rear camera use
Assistance systems may change.
When the 'Extended Rear View Monitor'
• Warning Method will maintain the last
is selected, parking Guide Lines is
setting even if the vehicle is restarted.
displayed in the rear view.
• The setting menu may not be available
for your vehicle depending on the
vehicle features and specifications.
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Rear view reference lines
Rear view
If Rear View Parking Lines is selected, the
rear view parking guide lines and rear top
view guide lines will be displayed at the
left side of the infotainment system
screen.
Information
• The horizontal guideline of the Rear
View Parking Guidance shows the
distance of 1.6 ft. (0.5 m), 3.3 ft. (1 m)
and 7.6 ft. (2.3 m) from the vehicle.
2C_RearViewInfo
• The horizontal guideline of the Rear Top
Operating conditions
View Parking Guidance shows the
liftgate opening distance and 4.9 ft. (1.5
• The gear is shifted to R (Reverse).
m) from the vehicle.
• The Parking/View button (1) is pressed
while the gear is in P (Park), N (Neutral)
or D (Drive), and vehicle speed is 6 mph
Rear View Monitor Operation
(10 km/h) or less.
Touch the Change View button (2) to
select rear view or rear top view.
Parking/View button
Off conditions
• The gear is shifted to P (Park).
• The Parking/View button (1) or the
Infotainment system screen button (3)
is Pressed.
• The gear is in N (Neutral) or D (Drive)
and the vehicle speed is above 6 mph
(10 km/h).
• The previous button
(4) is selected
2C_ParkingViewButton
on the rear view menu.
Press the Parking/View button (1) while
the gear is in P (Park), D (Drive) or N
Information
(Neutral) to turn on the Rear View
When the gear is in R (Reverse), the rear
Monitor.
view does not turn off.
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Extended Rear View Monitor
Rear View Monitor
The rear view will maintain showing on
Malfunction and Limitations
the screen to help you when parking.
Rear View Monitor malfunction
Operating conditions
When Rear View Monitor is not working
The gear is in P (Park), N (Neutral) or D
properly, or the screen flickers, or the
(Drive), and vehicle speed is 6 mph (10
camera image does not display properly,
km/h) or less.
have your vehicle inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Off conditions
• When vehicle speed is above 6 mph (10
km/h), the rear view will turn off.
Limitations of Rear View Monitor
• Shift the gear to P (Park), the rear view
WARNING
will turn off.
• The rear view camera does not cover
• Press the Parking/View button (1), the
the complete area behind the vehicle.
rear view will turn off.
The driver should always check the rear
area directly through the inside
Information
rearview mirror and outer side view
• The rear view does not turn off
mirror before parking or backing up.
regardless of the mode when the gear is
• The image shown on the screen may
in R (Reverse).
differ from the actual distance of the
• The rear view is always displayed when
object. Make sure to directly check the
the gear is in R (Reverse).
vehicle's surroundings for safety.
• The rear parking guidelines are
• Always keep the rear view camera lens
displayed in rear view and rear top view
clean. If the lens is covered with foreign
mode. (When pressing theŲ
material, it may adversely affect
button, and then selecting Vehicle >
camera performance and Rear View
Driver Assistance > Parking Safety >
Monitor may not operate properly.
Camera Settings > Display Contents >
However, do not use chemical solvents
Rear View Parking Lines in the
such as strong detergents containing
infotainment system)
high alkaline or volatile organic
solvents (gasoline, acetone, etc.). This
may damage the camera lens.
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Driver Assistance System
Surround View Monitor
Surround View Monitor
Settings
(SVM)
if equipped
Warning Method
Surround View Monitor uses the wide
view cameras and displays images
around your vehicle through the
infotainment system to help with safe
parking.
Detecting sensor
2C_WarningTypeSetInfo_6
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
button, and then select Vehicle > Driver
Assistance > Warning Method in the
infotainment system to select the
following:
Parking Safety Priority: Your vehicle
2C_WideFrontSideViewCamera
lowers all other audio volumes when
Surround View Monitor is operating.
Information
• If you change the Warning Method,
Warning Method of other Driver
Assistance systems may change.
• Warning Method will maintain the last
setting even if the vehicle is restarted.
• The setting menu may not be available
for your vehicle depending on the
2C_WideRearCamera
[A] Wide-front view camera
vehicle features and specifications.
[B] Wide-side view camera (Below the outside side
view mirror)
[C] Wide-side view camera (Below the outside side
view mirror)
[D] Wide-rear view camera
Refer to the picture above for the detailed
location of the detecting sensors.
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Camera settings
Rear View Parking Guidance
When the Rear View Parking Lines is
selected, parking guidance is displayed in
the rear view.
Information
The horizontal guideline shows the
distance of 1.6 ft. (0.5 m), 3.3 ft. (1 m) and
7.6 ft. (2.3 m).
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Surround View Monitor Auto On
• You can change Surround View Monitor
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
"Display Contents" by touching the
button, and then select Driver Assistance
setup icon (Ĵ) on the screen while
> Parking Safety > Surround View
Surround View Monitor is operating, or
Monitor Auto On in the infotainment
by pressing theŲ button and then
system to use the function.
selecting Driver Assistance > Parking
Safety > Camera Settings in the
infotainment system while the vehicle
is on.
• In the "Display Contents", you can
change settings for Parking Distance
Warning, Top View Parking Lines and
Rear View Parking Lines.
Parking Distance Warning
When the Parking Distance Warning is
selected, parking distance warning is
displayed on the right side of the
Surround View Monitor screen.
Top View Parking Guidance
When the Top View Parking Lines is
selected, parking guidance is displayed
on the right side of the Surround View
Monitor screen.
• The image will be displayed only when
Parking Distance Warning is warning
the driver.
Information
The horizontal guideline of the Rear Top
View Parking Guidance shows the liftgate
opening distance of 6.6 ft. (2 m) from the
vehicle.
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Driver Assistance System
Surround View Monitor
Operating conditions
Operation
• The gear is shifted to N (Neutral) or D
(Drive) from R (Reverse) and the vehicle
speed is 6 mph (10 km/h) or less.
Parking/View button
• The Parking/View button (1) is pressed,
while the gear is in P (Park), N (Neutral)
or D (Drive), and 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 in the infotainment
system, the front view while parking
appears.
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Press the Parking/View button (1) to turn
• The rear view is selected by pressing
on Surround View Monitor.
the change view button (2) after
pressing.
Press the button again to turn off the
function.
Information
When the front view is activated, the
Front view
latest used view mode is displayed.
Off conditions
• 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 button (4) is
pressed.
• Vehicle speed is above 6 mph (10
km/h).
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The front view appears on the screen
• The previous button
(3) is selected
when the gear is in N (Neutral) or D (Drive)
to assist in parking.
Information
You may select top view, front view, and
Surround View Monitor will turn off when
side view using the change view button
vehicle speed is above 6 mph (10 km/h).
(2).
However, Surround View Monitor will not
turn on again although vehicle speed
drops below 6 mph (10 km/h).
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Rear view
3D view
The rear view appears on the screen to
The 3D view shows the image around the
assist in parking.
vehicle from various angles.
You may select top view, rear view, and
You can change angles by tapping the
side view using the change view button
screen. Press the 3D View button again to
(2).
return to the initial angle.
Operating conditions
Operating conditions
• The gear is shifted to R (Reverse).
When the 3D view is selected by pressing
the change view button (2):
• The rear view is selected by pressing
the change view button (2) after
• The gear is in P (Park), N (Neutral) or D
pressing the Parking/View button (1),
(Drive) when vehicle speed is below 6
while the gear is in P (Park), N (Neutral)
mph (10 km/h).
or D (Drive), and vehicle speed is 6 mph
• The Surround View Monitor is turned on
(10 km/h) or less.
when the gear is in R (Reverse).
Off conditions
Off conditions
• The gear is shifted from R (Reverse) to P
When the gear is in P (Park), N (Neutral) or
(Park).
D (Drive):
• The Parking/View button (1) is pressed,
• The gear is shifted to P (Park) from N
while the gear is in P (Park).
(Neutral) or D (Drive).
• The Parking/View button (1) or the
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Infotainment system button (4) is
When the gear is in R (Reverse), the rear
Pressed.
view does not turn off even if the
• Vehicle speed is above 6 mph (10
infotainment system button (4) is
km/h).
pressed.
When the gear is in R (Reverse):
• The gear is shifted to P (Park).
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3D view does not display guidelines.
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Driver Assistance System
Surround View Monitor
WARNING
Malfunction and Limitations
Always look around your vehicle to
make sure there are no objects or
Surround View Monitor malfunction
obstacles before moving the vehicle.
When Surround View Monitor is not
What you see on the screen may differ
working properly, or the screen flickers,
from the actual vehicle's location.
or the camera image does not display
The image shown on the screen may
properly, have your vehicle inspected by
differ from the actual distance of the
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
object. Make sure to directly check the
vehicle's surroundings for safety.
Limitations of Surround View
Surround View Monitor is designed to
Monitor
be used on a flat surface. Therefore, if
used on roads with different heights
• The screen may be displayed
such as curbs and speed bumps, the
abnormally, and an icon will appear at
image in the screen my not look
the top left side of the screen under the
correct.
following circumstances:
Always keep the camera lens clean. If
- The liftgate is opened
the lens is covered with foreign
- The driver or front passenger door is
material, it may adversely affect
opened
camera performance and Surround
- The side view mirror is folded
View Monitor may not operate
properly. However, do not use
chemical solvents such as strong
detergents containing high alkaline or
volatile organic solvents (gasoline,
acetone, etc.). This may damage the
camera lens.
Information
Surround View Monitor uses the cameras
installed on the vehicle to show images
around the vehicle through the
infotainment system. The image shown
on the screen may look unnatural
depending on the surroundings.
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Detecting sensor
Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance
Assist (RCCA)
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist helps detect vehicles approaching
from the rear left or right while your
vehicle is reversing and warns you of a
possible collision with a warning message
and a warning sound. Also, Rear
Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist
2C_RearRadar
may assist with braking your vehicle to
[A] Rear corner radar
help avoid a collision.
Refer to the picture above for the detailed
location of the detecting sensors.
Information
For more information on the precautions
of the rear corner radar, refer to the
"Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
(BCA)" section in this chapter.
2C_RCCAOpeartionOverview
[A] Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning operating
range
[B] Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist
operating range
CAUTION
Warning timing may vary depending on
the speed of the approaching vehicle.
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Driver Assistance System
Rear Cross-Traffic
Warning Method
Collision-Avoidance Assist
Settings
Rear Cross-Traffic Safety
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With the vehicle on, press theŲ
button, and then select Vehicle > Driver
Assistance > Warning Method in the
infotainment system to select following:
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Warning Volume: The warning volume
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
can be adjusted.
button, and then select Vehicle > Driver
Haptic Warning: The steering wheel
Assistance > Parking Safety >
vibration can be set.
Rear-Cross Traffic Safety in the
infotainment system to turn on Rear
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Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist
and deselect to turn off the function.
• If you change the Warning Method,
Warning Method of other Driver
WARNING
Assistance systems may change.
When the vehicle is restarted, Rear
• Warning Method will maintain the last
Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist
setting even if the vehicle is restarted.
always turn on. However, if 'Off' is
• The setting menu may not be available
selected after the vehicle is restarted, the
for your vehicle depending on the
driver should always be aware of the
vehicle features and specifications.
surroundings and drive safely.
• The Warning Volume and Haptic
Warning cannot be turned off at the
same time. When one of the warning is
turned off, the other is activated.
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Rear Cross-Traffic
• Vehicle speed is below 5 mph (8 km/h)
Collision-Avoidance Assist
• The approaching vehicle is within about
82 ft. (25 m) from the left and right side
Operation
of your vehicle
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
• The speed of the vehicle approaching
Assist will warn and help control the
from the left and right is above 3 mph (5
vehicle depending on collision risk level:
km/h)
'Collision Warning', 'Emergency Braking'
and 'Stopping vehicle and ending brake
Information
control'.
• If the operating conditions are satisfied,
there will be a warning whenever the
Collision Warning
vehicle approaches from the left or
right side even though your vehicle
speed is 0 mph (0 km/h).
• The images and colors in the
instrument cluster may differ
depending on the instrument cluster
type or theme selected from the
instrument cluster.
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2C_RCCACollisionWarningInfo_2
• To warn the driver of an approaching
vehicle from the rear left/right side of
your vehicle, the warning light on the
side view mirror will blink and a warning
will appear on the instrument cluster. At
the same time, an audible warning will
sound. If Rear View Monitor is
operating, a warning will also appear on
the infotainment system.
• Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist will operate when all the
following conditions are satisfied:
• The gear is shifted to R (Reverse)
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Driver Assistance System
Emergency Braking
- Emergency Braking is assisted to
help prevent collision with
approaching vehicles from the left
and right.
WARNING
Brake control will end when:
• The approaching vehicle is out of the
detecting range
• The approaching vehicle passes behind
your vehicle
2C_RCCAEmergencyBrakingInfo
• The approaching vehicle does not drive
toward your vehicle
• The approaching vehicle speed slows
down
• The driver depresses the brake pedal
with sufficient power
Stopping vehicle and ending brake
control
2C_RCCACollisionWarningInfo_2
• To warn the driver of an approaching
vehicle from the rear left/right side of
your vehicle, the warning light on the
side view mirror blinks and a warning
message appears on the instrument
cluster. At the same time, an audible
warning sounds. A warning also
appears on the infotainment system.
• Emergency Braking will be assisted to
help prevent a collision with
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approaching vehicles from the left and
• When the vehicle is stopped due to
right.
emergency braking, the "Drive
• Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
carefully" warning message will appear
Assist will operate when all the
on the instrument cluster.
following conditions are satisfied:
• For your safety, the driver should
- The gear is shifted to R (Reverse)
depress the brake pedal immediately
and check the surroundings.
- Vehicle speed is below 5 mph (8
km/h)
• Brake control will end after the vehicle
is stopped by emergency braking for
- The approaching vehicle is within
about 2 seconds.
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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• During emergency braking, braking
• Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
control by Rear Cross-Traffic
Assist may warn the driver late or may
Collision-Avoidance Assist will
not warn the driver depending on the
automatically cancel when the driver
road and driving conditions.
excessively depresses the brake pedal.
• The driver has the responsibility to
control the vehicle. Do not solely
WARNING
depend on Rear Cross-Traffic
Take the following precautions when
Collision-Avoidance Assist. Rather,
using Rear Cross-Traffic
maintain a safe braking distance, and if
Collision-Avoidance Assist:
necessary, depress the brake pedal to
reduce driving speed or to stop the
For your safety, only change the
vehicle.
Settings after parking the vehicle at a
safe location.
• Never deliberately operate Rear
Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
If any other system's warning message
Assist on people, animal, objects, etc. It
is displayed or audible warning is
may cause serious injury or death.
generated, Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist warning
message may not be displayed and
audible warning may not be generated.
CAUTION
You may not hear the warning sound of
The brake control may not operate
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
properly depending on the status of ESC
Assist if the surrounding is noisy.
(Electronic Stability Control).
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
There will only be a warning when:
Assist may not operate if the driver
• The ESC (Electronic Stability Control)
applies the brake pedal to avoid
warning light is on
collision.
• ESC (Electronic Stability Control) is
During Rear Cross-Traffic
engaged in a different function
Collision-Avoidance Assist operation,
the vehicle may stop suddenly injuring
passengers and shifting loose objects.
Always have the seat belt on and keep
Information
loose objects secured.
If braking is assisted by Rear Cross-Traffic
Even if there is a problem with Rear
Collision-Avoidance Assist, the driver
Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
must immediately depress the brake
Assist, the vehicle's basic braking will
pedal and check vehicle surroundings.
function normally.
• Brake control will end when the driver
When Rear Cross-Traffic
depresses the brake pedal with
Collision-Avoidance Assist is operating,
sufficient power.
braking control by the function will
automatically cancel when the driver
• After shifting the gear to R (Reverse),
excessively depresses the accelerator
braking control will operate once for
pedal.
left and right vehicle approach.
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist does not operate in all situations
or cannot avoid all collisions.
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Driver Assistance System
Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist
Malfunction and Limitations
Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist
malfunction
2C_CheckSideViewMirrorWarning
When the side view mirror warning light is
not working properly, the "Check side
view mirror warning light" warning
message appears on the instrument
cluster for several seconds, and the
master (X) warning light illuminates on
the instrument cluster. If this occur, have
2C_DriverAssistanceMalfunction
your vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
When Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist is not working
properly, the "Check Driver Assistance
Rear Cross-Traffic
system." warning message appears on
Collision-Avoidance Assist disabled
the instrument cluster for several
seconds, and the master (X) warning
light illuminates on the instrument
cluster. If this occur, have vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
2C_RadarDisableWarning
When the rear bumper around the
rear-side radar or sensor is covered with
foreign material, such as snow or rain, or
installing a trailer or carrier, it can reduce
the detecting performance and
temporarily limit or disable Rear
Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist.
If this occurs, the "Driver Assistance
system limited. Radar blocked." warning
message appears on the instrument
cluster.
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Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
• The vehicle severely vibrates while
Assist will operate properly when such
driving over a bumpy road, uneven road
foreign material or trailer, etc., is
or concrete patch
removed.
• Driving on a slippery surface due to
If Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
snow, water puddle, ice, etc.
Assist does not operate properly after it is
• The tire pressure is low or a tire is
removed, have your vehicle inspected by
damaged
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
• The braking system has been modified
WARNING
• Remote Smart Parking Assist is
operating (if equipped)
• Even though the warning message
does not appear on the instrument
Information
cluster, Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist may not
For more information on the limitations of
operate properly.
the rear corner radar, refer to the
"Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
• Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
(BCA)" section in this chapter.
Assist may not operate properly in an
area (for example, open terrain), where
any objects are not detected after
turning ON the vehicle.
WARNING
Driving near a vehicle or structure
CAUTION
Turn off Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist to install or
remove a trailer, carrier, or another
attachment. Turn on Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist when finished.
Limitations of Rear Cross-Traffic
Collision-Avoidance Assist
2C_RCCADrivingNearVehicle
[A] Structure
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not operate properly, or it may
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
operate unexpectedly under the
Assist may be limited when driving near
following circumstances:
a vehicle or structure, and may not
detect the vehicle approaching from
• Departing from where trees or grass are
the left or right. If this occurs, the
overgrown
function may not warn the driver or
• Departing from where roads are wet
control the brakes when necessary.
• Speed of the approaching vehicle is fast
Always check your surroundings while
or slow
backing up.
Braking control may not work, driver's
attention is required in the following
circumstances:
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Driver Assistance System
When the vehicle is in a complex
When the vehicle is on or near a slope
parking environment
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2C_RCCAVehicleInParkingLot
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may be limited when the vehicle
Assist may detect vehicles which are
is on a uphill or downhill slope, or near
parking or pulling out near your vehicle
it, and may not detect the vehicle
(for example, a vehicle leaving beside
approaching from the left or right. If
your vehicle, a vehicle parking or
this occurs, the function may not warn
pulling out in the rear area, a vehicle
the driver or control the brakes when
approaching your vehicle making a
necessary.
turn, etc.). If this occurs, the function
Always check your surroundings while
may unnecessarily warn the driver and
backing up.
control the brake.
Pulling into the parking space where
Always check your surroundings while
there is a structure
backing up.
When the vehicle is parked diagonally
2C_RCCAThereIsStructure
[A] Structure
[B] Wall
2C_RCCAParkDiagonally
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may detect vehicles passing by in
Assist may be limited when backing up
front of you when parking in reverse
diagonally, and may not detect the
into a parking space with a wall or
vehicle approaching from the left or
structure in the rear or side area. If this
right. If this occurs, the function may
occurs, the function may unnecessarily
not warn the driver or control the
warn the driver and control the brake.
brakes when necessary.
Always check your surroundings while
Always check your surroundings while
backing up.
backing up.
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When the vehicle is parked rearward
Forward/Reverse Parking
Distance Warning (PDW)
if equipped
Forward/Reverse Parking Distance
Warning can help warn the driver if an
obstacle is detected within a certain
distance when your vehicle is stopped or
driving at low speed.
2C_RCCAParkRearward
Detecting sensor
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 unnecessarily warn the
driver and control the brake.
Always check your surroundings while
backing up.
2C_FrontUltrasonicSensor
WARNING
• When you are towing a trailer or
another vehicle, turn off Rear
Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist for safety reasons.
• Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not operate properly if
interfered by strong electromagnetic
waves.
• Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not operate for 3 seconds
2C_RearUltrasonicSensor
[A] Front ultrasonic sensors
after the vehicle is started, or the rear
[B] Rear ultrasonic sensors
corner radars are initialized.
Refer to the picture above for the detailed
location of the detecting sensors.
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Driver Assistance System
Forward/Reverse Parking
Parking Distance Warning Auto On
Distance Warning Settings
To use Parking Distance Warning Auto
On , press the
Ų button, and then
select Vehicle > Driver Assistance >
Warning Method
Parking Safety > Parking Distance
Warning Auto On in the infotainment
system.
Information
When Parking Distance Warning Auto On
is selected, the Parking Safety button
indicator (Ā) stays on.
Forward/Reverse Parking
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Distance Warning Operation
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
button, and then select Vehicle > Driver
Assistance > Warning Method in the
Parking Safety button
infotainment system to select following:
Warning Volume: The warning volume
can be adjusted. If you turn off the
Warning Volume, for your safety, the
function may warn you with a low
volume.
Information
• If you change the Warning Method,
Warning Method of other Driver
Assistance systems may change.
2C_ParkingSafetyButton
Press the Parking Safety (Ā) button to
• Warning Method will maintain the last
turn on Forward/Reverse Parking
setting even if the vehicle is restarted.
Distance Warning. Press the button again
• The setting menu may not be available
to turn off the function.
for your vehicle depending on the
• When the gear is shift to R (Reverse),
vehicle features and specifications.
Parking Distance Warning will
automatically turn on (Parking Safety
button indicator on).
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Forward Parking Distance Warning
Warning
Forward Parking Distance Warning
Distance
Indicator
operates when one of the condition is
Warning
from
satisfied.
Sound
Object
Infotain
Cluster
The gear is shifted from R (Reverse) to
ment
D (Drive) with Reverse Parking Distance
Warning on
Buzzer beeps
24-48 in.
intermittently
The gear is in D (Drive) and the Parking
(60-120
(front inner
Safety button indicator light is on
cm)
side)
Shift to D (Drive) when the function is
off (Only when Vehicle > Driver
12-24 in.
Beeps more
Assistance > Parking Safety > Parking
(30-60
frequently
Distance Warning Auto On is selected
cm)
in the infotainment system.)
within 12
Beeps
in.
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continuously
(30 cm)
Forward Parking Distance Warning will
operate only when the vehicle's
• The corresponding indicator
forward speed is below 6 mph (10
illuminates whenever each ultrasonic
km/h).
sensor detects a person or object in its
sensing range. Also an audible warning
Forward Parking Distance Warning is
sounds.
deactivated if the vehicle speed
reaches above 18 mph (30 km/h). It will
• When more than two objects are
not reactivate although the vehicle
detected at the same time, the closest
speed drops below 6 mph (10 km/h).
one is warned with an audible warning.
(Only when Vehicle > Driver Assistance
• The shape of the indicator in the
> Parking Safety > Parking Distance
illustration may differ from the actual
Warning Auto On is not selected in the
vehicle.
infotainment system.)
• The front outer side warnings turn on
when the gear is in R (Reverse).
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Reverse Parking Distance Warning
Forward/Reverse Parking
Reverse Parking Distance Warning
Distance Warning
operates under the following conditions.
Malfunction and Limitations
• The gear is shifted to R (Reverse).
Parking Distance Warning
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malfunction
Reverse Parking Distance Warning
After starting the vehicle, a beep will
operates when the vehicle's reverse
sound when the gear is shifted to R
speed is below 6 mph (10 km/h).
(Reverse) to indicate Parking Distance
Warning is operating properly.
Warning
Distance
However, if one or more of the following
Indicator
Warning
from
occurs, first check whether the ultrasonic
Sound
Infotain
sensor is damaged or blocked with
Object Cluster
ment
foreign material. If it still does not work
properly, have your vehicle inspected by
24-48
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
in.
Buzzer beeps
• The audible warning does not sound.
(60-120
intermittently
cm)
• The buzzer sounds intermittently.
• The "Check Driver Assistance system."
12-24 in.
Buzzer beeps
warning message appears on the
(30-60
intermittently
instrument cluster.
cm)
within
Beeps
12 in.
continuously
(30 cm)
• The corresponding indicator
illuminates whenever each ultrasonic
sensor detects a person or object in its
sensing range. Also an audible warning
sounds.
• When more than two objects are
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detected at the same time, the closest
one is warned with an audible warning.
• The shape of the indicator in the
illustration may differ from the actual
vehicle.
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Parking Distance Warning disabled
Limitations of Forward/Reverse
Parking Distance Warning
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 will operate properly when
such substance is removed.)
- The weather is extremely hot or cold
2C_DriverAssistanceLimitedUltrasonic
- The sensor or sensor assembly is
If this occurs the "Driver Assistance
disassembled
System limited. Ultrasonic sensor
blocked." warning message appears on
- The surface of the sensor is pressed
the instrument cluster. Parking Distance
hard or hit with a hard object
Warning operates properly when snow,
- The surface of the sensor is scratched
rain or foreign material is removed.
with a sharp object
If Parking Distance Warning does not
- The sensors or its surrounding area is
operate properly after obstruction (snow,
directly sprayed with high pressure
rain, or foreign material) is removed
washer
(including trailer, carrier, etc., from the
Parking Distance Warning may
rear bumper), have your vehicle
malfunction when:
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
- Heavy rain or water spray is present
- Water flows on the surface of the
sensor
- Affected by another vehicle's sensors
- The sensor is covered with snow or
ice
- Driving on uneven road, gravel roads
or bushes
- Objects that generate ultrasonic
waves are near the sensor
- License plate is installed in a different
spot from the original location
- The vehicle bumper height or
ultrasonic sensor installation has
been modified
- Attaching equipment or accessories
next to the ultrasonic sensors
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The following objects may not be
Forward/Side/Reverse
detected:
Parking Distance Warning
- Sharp or slim objects, such as ropes,
chains or small poles.
(PDW)
- Narrow objects, such as corners of a
if equipped
square column
Forward/Side/Reverse Parking Distance
- Objects, which tend to absorb sensor
Warning uses the front, side, and rear
frequency, such as clothes, spongy
ultrasonic sensors to help detect and
material or snow.
warns you if a person, animal, or object is
- Objects smaller than 40 in. (100 cm)
within a certain distance when your
in length and narrower than 6 in. (14
vehicle is stopped or driving at low speed.
cm) in diameter.
- Pedestrians, animals or objects that
Detecting sensor
are very close to the ultrasonic
sensors
WARNING
Parking Distance Warning is a
supplemental function. The operation
of Parking Distance Warning can be
affected by several factors (including
environmental conditions). It is the
responsibility of the driver to always
check the front and rear views before
and while parking.
2C_FrontSideUltrsonicSensor
Your new vehicle warranty does not
cover any accidents or damage to the
vehicle due to the malfunction of
Parking Distance Warning.
Pay close attention when driving near
objects, pedestrians, and especially
children. Some objects may not be
detected by the ultrasonic sensors, due
to the objects distance, size or material,
all of which can limit the effectiveness
of the sensor.
2C_RearSideUltrsonicSensor
[A] Front ultrasonic sensors
Parking Distance Warning does not
[B] Front side ultrasonic sensors
[C] Rear side ultrasonic sensors
warn you in the order of detection. It
[D] Rear ultrasonic sensors
varies depending on the speed of the
Refer to the picture above for the detailed
vehicle or the shape of a person,
location of the detecting sensors.
animal, or object.
If the Parking Distance Warning does
not operate properly, have your vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
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Parking Distance Warning
Parking Distance Warning Auto On
Settings
To use Parking Distance Warning Auto
On, press theŲ button, and then
select Vehicle> Driver Assistance >
Warning Method
Parking Safety > Parking Distance
Warning Auto On in the infotainment
system.
Information
When Parking Distance Warning Auto On
is selected, the Parking Safety button
indicator (Ā) stays on.
Parking Distance Warning
2C_WarningTypeSetInfo_6
Operation
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
button, and then select Vehicle > Driver
Assistance > Warning Method in the
Parking Safety button
infotainment system to select following:
Warning Volume: The warning volume
can be adjusted. If you turn off the
Warning Volume, for your safety, the
function may warn you with a low
volume.
Information
• If you change the Warning Method,
Warning Method of other Driver
Assistance systems may change.
2C_ParkingSafetyButton
Press the Parking Safety (Ā) button to
• Warning Method will maintain the last
turn on Forward/Reverse Parking
setting even if the vehicle is restarted.
Distance Warning. Press the button again
• The setting menu may not be available
to turn off the function.
for your vehicle depending on the
• When the gear is shift to R (Reverse),
vehicle features and specifications.
Parking Distance Warning
automatically turns on (Parking Safety
button indicator on).
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Driver Assistance System
Forward Parking Distance Warning
Warning
Forward Parking Distance Warning
Distance
Indicator
operates under the following conditions.
Warning
from
Sound
The gear is shifted from R (Reverse) to
Object
Infotai
Cluster
D (Drive) with Reverse Parking Distance
nment
Warning on
24-48
The gear is in D (Drive) and the Parking
Buzzer beeps
in.
Safety (Ā) button indicator light is on
intermittently
(60-120
(front inside)
Shift to D (Drive) when the function is
cm)
off
12-24 in.
(Only when Vehicle > Driver Assistance
Beeps more
(30-60
> Parking Safety > Parking Distance
frequently
cm)
Warning Auto On is selected in the
infotainment system.)
within
Beeps
12 in.
continuously
Information
(30 cm)
Forward Parking Distance Warning
The corresponding indicator
operates only when the vehicle's
illuminates whenever each ultrasonic
forward speed is below 6 mph (10
sensor detects a person or object in its
km/h).
sensing range. Also an audible warning
Forward Parking Distance Warning is
sounds.
deactivated if the vehicle speed
When more than two objects are
reaches above 18 mph (30 km/h). It may
detected at the same time, the closest
not reactivate although the vehicle
one is warned with an audible warning.
speed drops below 6 mph (10 km/h).
The shape of the indicator in the
(Only when Vehicle > Driver Assistance
illustration may differ from the actual
> Parking Safety > Parking Safety is not
vehicle.
selected in the infotainment system.)
The front outer side warnings turn on
when the vehicle is in R (Reverse).
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Side Parking Distance Warning
• If an object located within 12 in. (30 cm)
from the side of the vehicle's path is
Side Parking Distance Warning operates
detected, an audible warning sounds.
under the following conditions.
• If an object outside the side of the
The gear is shifted to R (Reverse).
vehicle's path is detected, the warning
The gear is shifted from R (Reverse) to
indicator is displayed.
D (Drive).
• The shape of the indicator in the
The gear is in D (Drive) and the Parking
illustration may differ from the actual
Safety (Ā) button indicator light is on
vehicle.
Shift to D (Drive) when the function is
off
(Only when Vehicle > Driver Assistance
Reverse/Side Parking Distance
> Parking Safety > Parking Distance
Warning
Warning Auto On is selected in the
Reverse/Side Parking Distance Warning
infotainment system.)
operates under the following conditions.
• The gear is shifted to R (Reverse).
Information
Side Parking Distance Warning
Information
operates when the vehicle's forward
Side Parking Distance Warning operated
speed is below 6 mph (10 km/h).
only when Forward or Rearward Parking
Side Parking Distance Warning
Distance Warning is on.
operated only when Forward or
Rearward Parking Distance Warning is
Warning Indicator
on.
when Driving
Distance
Backward
Warning
from
Warning
Sound
Object
Distance
Indicator
Infotain
Warning
Cluster
from
ment
Sound
Object
Infotai
Cluster
nment
24-48
in.
Buzzer beeps
24-48 in.
(60-120
intermittently
(60-120
-
cm)
cm)
12-24 in.
Beeps more
12-24 in.
(30-60
frequently
(30-60
-
cm)
cm)
within
Beeps
within
12 in.
Beeps
continuously
12 in.
(30 cm)
continuously
(30 cm)
• The corresponding indicator
The corresponding indicator
illuminates whenever each ultrasonic
illuminates whenever each ultrasonic
sensor detects a person or object in its
sensor detects a person or object in its
sensing range. Also an audible warning
sensing range.
sounds.
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• When more than two objects are
Parking Distance Warning disabled
detected at the same time, the closest
one is warned with an audible warning.
• The shape of the indicator in the
illustration may differ from the actual
vehicle.
Forward/Side/Reverse
Parking Distance Warning
Malfunction and Limitations
2C_DriverAssistanceLimitedUltrasonic
Forward/Side/Reverse Parking Distance
If this occurs the "Driver Assistance
Warning Malfunction and Limitations
system limited. Ultrasonic sensor
After starting the vehicle, a beep sounds
blocked." warning message appears on
when the gear is shifted to R (Reverse) to
the instrument cluster. Parking Distance
indicate Parking Distance Warning is
Warning operates properly when snow,
operating properly.
rain or foreign material is removed. If
However, if one or more of the following
Parking Distance Warning does not
occurs, first check whether the ultrasonic
operate properly after obstruction (snow,
sensor is damaged or blocked with
rain, or foreign material) is removed
foreign material. If it still does not work
(including trailer, carrier, etc., from the
properly, have your vehicle inspected by
rear bumper), have your vehicle
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
• The audible warning does not sound.
dealer.
• The buzzer sounds intermittently.
• The "Check Driver Assistance system."
warning message appears on the
instrument cluster.
2C_CheckUltrasonicSensorInfo_2
When the Parking Distance Warning is
operating, if the function is not working
normally or the ultrasonic sensor is
blocked, the master warning light (X)
2C_DriverAssistanceMalfunction
appears in the direction of the
corresponding sensor. You can check the
warning in the Utility view on the cluster.
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Limitations of Parking Distance
- Narrow objects, such as corners of a
Warning
square column
Parking Distance Warning may not
- Objects, which tend to absorb sensor
operate properly when:
frequency, such as clothes, spongy
material or snow.
- There is excessive moisture or frost
on the sensor
- Objects smaller than 40 in. (100 cm)
in length and narrower than 6 in. (14
- Sensor is covered with foreign
cm) in diameter.
substance, such as snow or water
(Parking Distance Warning operates
- Pedestrians, animals or objects that
properly when such substance is
are very close to the ultrasonic
removed.)
sensors
- The weather is extremely hot or cold
- An object in the Side space between
the front corner ultrasonic sensor and
- The sensor or sensor assembly is
the rear corner ultrasonic sensor or
disassembled
an object approaching the Side space
- The surface of the sensor is pressed
hard or hit with a hard object
WARNING
- The surface of the sensor is scratched
Parking Distance Warning is a
with a sharp object
supplemental function. The operation
- The sensors or its surrounding area is
of Parking Distance Warning can be
directly sprayed with high pressure
affected by several factors (including
washer
environmental conditions). It is the
Parking Distance Warning may
responsibility of the driver to always
malfunction when:
check the front and rear views before
and while parking.
- Heavy rain or water spray is present
Your new vehicle warranty does not
- Water flows on the surface of the
cover any accidents or damage to the
sensor
vehicle due to the malfunction of
- Affected by another vehicle's sensors
Parking Distance Warning.
- The sensor is covered with snow or
Pay close attention when driving near
ice
objects, pedestrians, and especially
- Driving on uneven road, gravel roads
children. Some objects may not be
or bushes
detected by the ultrasonic sensors, due
- Objects that generate ultrasonic
to the objects distance, size or material,
waves are near the sensor
all of which can limit the effectiveness
of the sensor.
- License plate is installed in a different
spot from the original location
Parking Distance Warning does not
warn you in the order of detection. It
- The vehicle bumper height or
varies depending on the speed of the
ultrasonic sensor installation has
vehicle or the shape of a person,
been modified
animal, or object.
- Attaching equipment or accessories
If the Parking Distance Warning does
next to the ultrasonic sensors
not operate properly, have your vehicle
The following objects may not be
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
detected:
dealer.
- Sharp or slim objects, such as ropes,
chains or small poles.
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Driver Assistance System
Reverse Parking
Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist
Collision-Avoidance
Settings
Assist (PCA)
if equipped
Warning Method
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
Assist helps detect pedestrians or objects
behind the vehicle and may warn you or
assist you with braking to help avoid a
collision while your vehicle is reversing.
Detecting sensor
2C_WarningTypeSetInfo_6
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
button, and then select Vehicle > Driver
Assistance > Warning Method in the
infotainment system to select following:
Warning Volume: The warning volume
can be adjusted. If you turn off the
Warning Volume, for your safety, the
2C_WideRearViewCamera
function may warn you with a low
volume.
Haptic Warning: The steering wheel
vibration can be set.
2C_RearUltrasonicSensor
[A] Wide-rear view camera
[B] Rear ultrasonic sensors
Refer to the picture above for the detailed
location of the detecting sensors.
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Reverse Parking
Information
Collision-Avoidance Assist
• If you change the Warning Method, the
Operation
Warning Method of other Driver
Assistance systems may change.
Turning Parking Collision Avoidance
• Warning Method will maintain the last
Assist On/Off
setting even if the vehicle is restarted.
• The setting menu may not be available
for your vehicle depending on the
vehicle features and specifications.
• The Warning Volume and Haptic
Warning cannot be turned off at the
same time. When one of the warnings
are turned off the other is activated.
Parking Safety
2C_ParkingSafetyButton
With the vehicle on, select or deselect
Press and hold the Parking Safety (Ā)
Vehicle > Driver Assistance > Parking
button more than 2 seconds, to turn the
Safety in the infotainment system to set
Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist on or
whether to use each function.
off.
• If "Rear Safety" is selected, Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist warns the
Operating conditions
driver and assists with braking when a
If Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
collision with a pedestrian or an object
Assist detects a risk of collision behind the
is imminent from behind.
vehicle with a pedestrian or an object,
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
Assist warns the driver with an audible
warning and warning message on the
cluster. If Surround View Monitor is
operating, a warning appears on the
infotainment screen.
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:
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• The liftgate and door are closed
Off conditions
• The parking brake is released
If collision is imminent, Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist assists you
• A trailer is not connected
with braking. Braking assist is released
• The gear is shifted to R (Reverse)
after 5 minutes. Immediately depress the
• Vehicle speed is below 6 mph (10 km/h)
brake pedal and check vehicle
(detecting pedestrians)
surroundings. Braking assist is also
• Vehicle speed is below 2.4 mph (4
released in the following conditions
km/h) (detecting objects)
when:
• Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist
• The gear is shifted to P (Park) or D
components such as the rear view
(Drive)
camera and the rear ultrasonic sensors
• The brake pedal is depressed with
are in normal conditions
sufficient power
When Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist activates, a
Information
line appears behind the vehicle image in
When Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist
the instrument cluster.
is activated while reversing, braking
control will be released after 5 minutes
and the parking brake will be engaged.
2C_PCAOnInfo
Information
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
Assist operates only once after shifting
the gear to R (Reverse). To reactivate
Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist, shift
the gear from another gear to R (Reverse).
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Reverse Parking
Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist disabled
Collision-Avoidance Assist
Malfunction and Limitations
Reverse Parking Collision-
Avoidance Assist malfunction
2C_DriverAssistanceLimitedCamera
2C_DriverAssistanceMalfunction
When Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist or other
related functions are not working
properly, the "Check Driver Assistance
system." warning message appears on
the instrument cluster, and Reverse
2C_DriverAssistanceLimitedUltrasonic
Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist turns
The "Driver Assistance system limited.
off automatically. Have your vehicle
Camera obscured." or "Driver Assistance
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
system limited. Ultrasonic sensor
dealer.
blocked." warning message appears on
the instrument cluster if the following
situations occur:
• The rear view camera or rear ultrasonic
sensor(s) is covered with foreign
material, such as snow or rain, etc.
• There is inclement weather, such as
heavy snow, heavy rain, etc.
If this occurs, Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist may turn off or
may not operate properly. Check whether
the rear view camera and rear ultrasonic
sensors are clean.
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Limitations of Reverse Parking
Problems with pedestrian or object
Collision-Avoidance Assist
-
The pedestrians are difficult to detect
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
-
There is ground height difference
Assist may not assist braking or warn the
between the vehicle and the
driver even if there are pedestrians or
pedestrian
objects under the following
-
The pedestrian is near the rear edge
circumstances:
of the vehicle
Problems with vehicle
-
The pedestrian is not standing
- Any non-factory equipment or
upright
accessory is installed
-
The pedestrian is either very short or
- Your vehicle is unstable due to an
very tall to detect
accident or other causes
-
The pedestrian or cyclist is wearing
- Bumper height or rear ultrasonic
clothing that easily blends into the
sensor installation has been modified
background, making it difficult to
- Wide-rear view camera(s) or
detect
ultrasonic sensor(s) is damaged
-
The pedestrian is wearing clothing
- Wide-rear view camera(s) or the
that does not reflect ultrasonic waves
ultrasonic sensor(s) is stained with
well
foreign material, such as snow, dirt,
-
Size, thickness, height, or shape of
etc.
the object does not reflect ultrasonic
- Wide-rear view camera(s) is
waves well (for example, low object,
obscured by a light source or by
narrow object, circular pillar, small
inclement weather, such as heavy
pillar, corners of a square pillar, bush,
rain, fog, snow, etc.
curbs, carts, edge of a wall, etc.)
Problems with the surroundings
-
The pedestrian or the object is
moving
- The surrounding is very bright or very
dark
-
The pedestrian or the object is very
close to the rear of the vehicle
- Outside temperature is very high or
very low
-
There is a large object such as a wall
is behind the pedestrian or the object
- The wind is either strong (above 12
mph (20 km/h)) or blowing
-
The object is not located at the front
perpendicular to the rear bumper
or rear center of your vehicle
- Objects generating excessive noise,
-
The object is not parallel to the rear
such as vehicle horns, loud
bumper
motorcycle vehicles or truck air
-
The sensors cannot detect the
brakes, are near your vehicle
pedestrians and objects
- An ultrasonic sensor with similar
Problems with driving condition
frequency is near your vehicle
- The driver drives the vehicle
- The road is slippery or inclined
immediately after shifting to R
- The image of the pedestrian in the
(Reverse) or D (Drive)
front view camera is
- The driver accelerates or circles the
indistinguishable from the
vehicle
background
- The vehicle is driven immediately
after starting the vehicle
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WARNING
CAUTION
Take the following precautions when
Noise may be heard when sudden
using Reverse Parking
braking occurs to avoid a collision.
Collision-Avoidance Assist:
If any other warning sound such as the
Always exercise extreme caution while
seat belt warning chime is already
driving. The driver is responsible for
generated, Parking
braking and safe driving.
Collision-Avoidance Assist warning
may not sound.
Always pay attention to road and traffic
conditions while driving, whether or not
Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist may
there is a warning.
not work properly if the bumper has
been damaged, replaced or repaired.
Always look around your vehicle to
make sure there are no pedestrians or
Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist may
objects before moving the vehicle.
not operate properly if interfered by
strong electromagnetic waves.
The performance of Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist may vary
Playing the vehicle audio system at
under certain conditions. If vehicle
high volume may prevent passengers
speed is above 2 mph (4 km/h), Reverse
from hearing Parking
Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist will
Collision-Avoidance Assist warning
provide collision avoidance assist only
sounds.
when pedestrians are detected. Always
Turn off Parking Collision-Avoidance
look around and pay attention when
Assist when towing a trailer. If towing
driving your vehicle.
and moving in reverse, Parking
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
Collision-Avoidance Assist will activate
Assist may operate differently under
as it detects the trailer.
certain conditions. If the vehicle moves
The brake control may not operate
forward and backward repeatedly,
properly depending on the status of
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
ESC (Electronic Stability Control).
Assist may fail to assist braking or to
There will only be a warning when:
warn the driver. Always pay attention
when driving your vehicle.
- The ESC (Electronic Stability Control)
warning light is on
Some objects may not be detected by
the rear ultrasonic sensors due to the
- ESC (Electronic Stability Control) is
objects distance, size or material, all of
engaged in a different function
which can limit the effectiveness of the
sensor.
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not operate properly or may
operate unnecessarily depending on
the road conditions and the
surroundings.
Do not solely rely on Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist. Doing so
may lead to vehicle damage or injuries.
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CAUTION
Information
Take the following precautions to
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
maintain optimal performance of the
Assist can detect a pedestrian or an
detecting sensors:
object when:
Always keep the wide-rear view
• A pedestrian is standing behind the
cameras and ultrasonic sensors clean.
vehicle
Do not use any cleanser containing acid
• A large obstacle, such as a vehicle, is
or alkaline detergents when cleaning
parked in the rear center of your vehicle
the camera lens. Use only a mild soap or
neutral detergent, and rinse thoroughly
with water.
Do not spray the wide-rear view
cameras or the rear ultrasonic sensors
or their surrounding area directly with a
high pressure washer. It may cause the
wide angle cameras or the ultrasonic
sensors to malfunction.
Do not apply objects, such as a bumper
sticker or a bumper guard, near the
wide angle cameras or ultrasonic
sensors or apply paint to the bumper.
Doing so may adversely affect the
performance of Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist.
Never disassemble or apply impact on
the wide angle cameras or the
ultrasonic sensors components.
Do not apply unnecessary force on the
wide-rear view cameras or the
ultrasonic sensors. Reverse Parking
Collision-Avoidance Assist may not
operate properly if the wide angle
cameras or the ultrasonic sensor(s) is
forcibly moved out of proper
alignment. Have your vehicle inspected
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Detecting sensors
Remote Smart Parking
Assist (RSPA)
if equipped
Remote Smart Parking Assist uses the
front, front side, rear side, and rear
ultrasonic sensors to help detect parking
spaces and control vehicle steering,
speed, gear shifts, and help enter and exit
parking spaces remotely from outside
your vehicle.
2C_FrontSideUltrsonicSensor
Function
Description
Remotely moving forward
or backward
Remote
Operation
2C_RearSideUltrsonicSensor
[A] Front ultrasonic sensors
[B] Front side ultrasonic sensors
[C] Rear side ultrasonic sensors
[D] Rear ultrasonic sensors
• Remote Smart Parking and Remote
See the illustration above for the detailed
Operation function may be operated
location of the detecting sensors.
from outside the vehicle using the
smart key.
• When Remote Smart Parking Assist
operates, Parking Distance Warning
and Surround View Monitor will also
operate. For more information, refer to
the "Forward/Side/Reverse Parking
Distance Warning (PDW)" and
"Surround View Monitor (SVM)"
sections in this chapter.
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Remote Smart Parking Assist
CAUTION
Settings
Take the following precautions to
maintain optimal performance of the
detecting sensors:
Warning Method
Never disassemble the detecting
sensor or sensor assembly, or cause
any damage to it.
If the detecting sensors need repair,
have your vehicle inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer
Remote Smart Parking Assist may
malfunction if the vehicle bumper
height or ultrasonic sensor installation
has been modified or damaged. Any
2C_WarningTypeSetInfo_6
non-factory installed equipment or
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
accessories may also interfere with the
button, and then select Vehicle > Driver
sensor performance.
Assistance > Warning Method in the
When the ultrasonic sensor is frozen or
infotainment system to select following:
stained with snow, dirt, or water, the
Warning Volume: The warning volume
sensor may not operate until the stains
can be adjusted. If you turn off the
are removed using a soft cloth.
Warning Volume, for your safety, the
Do not push, scratch, or strike the
function may warn you with a low
ultrasonic sensor. Sensor damage
volume.
could occur.
Do not spray the ultrasonic sensors or
Information
its surrounding area directly with a high
• If you change the Warning Method, the
pressure washer.
Warning Method of other Driver
Assistance systems may change.
• Warning Method will maintain the last
setting even if the vehicle is restarted.
• The setting menu may not be available
for your vehicle depending on the
vehicle features and specifications.
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Remote Smart Parking Assist Operation
Remote Smart Parking Assist button
Parking/View button
Parking Safety button
Smart key
Location
Name
Symbol
Description
Press and hold the Parking/View button to turn on
Parking/
ā
Remote Smart Parking Assist. Also, Forward/Reverse
View button
Parking Distance warning will automatically turn on.
Inside
vehicle
Parking
Press the Parking Safety button while Remote Smart
Safety
Ā
Parking Assist is operating to end Remote Smart
button
Parking Assist operation.
Press the Remote Start button after the door is locked
with the vehicle off to start the vehicle remotely. Press
Remote
Ĕ
the Remote Start button while Remote Smart Parking
Start button
or Remote Operation function is operating to end
function operation.
Smart
key
Forward
button
đ
When using the Remote Operation function, the
vehicle moves in the direction of the button while the
Backward
button is pressed.
Į
button
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Remote Operation
Method (2): Using the function with
vehicle on
Operating order
• Park the vehicle in front of the space
Remote Operation operates in the
where you want to use Remote
following order:
Operation function, and shift the gear
to P (Park).
1. Getting ready to remotely move
forward and backward
• Press and hold the Parking/View (ā)
button to turn on Smart Parking Assist.
2. Remotely moving forward and
A message "Under Remote Control"
backward
will appear on the infotainment system.
1. Getting ready to remotely move forward
and backward
There are two ways to operate Remote
Operation function.
Method (1): Using the function with
vehicle off
1. Within a certain range from the vehicle
press the door lock (Ď) button on the
smart key and lock all doors.
2C_RemoteForwardRewardProcedure_2
• Get out of the vehicle with the smart
key and close all doors.
Information
'Agree' must be selected on the
infotainment system and the
infotainment system has to operate
properly to use Remote Operation
function.
2C_RemoteForwardRewardProcedure
2. Press and hold the Remote Start button
(Ĕ) within 4 seconds until the vehicle
starts.
3. For more information on remotely
starting the vehicle, refer to the
"Remote Start" section in chapter 6.
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2. Remotely moving forward and
Information
backward
Remote Operation can control the
vehicle remotely using the smart key
outside the vehicle.
Check that all smart keys are outside
the vehicle when using Remote
Operation function.
Remote Operation function will operate
only when the smart key is within 13 ft.
(4 m) from the vehicle. If there is no
vehicle movement even when the
2C_RemoteForwardRewardProcedure_3
Forward or Backward button is pressed
[A] Forward
on the smart key, check the distance to
[B] Backward
the vehicle and press the button again.
1. Press and hold one of the Forward (đ)
or Backward (Į) button on the smart
The detecting range of the smart key
key.
may vary depending on the
surroundings that are affected by radio
• Remote Smart Parking Assist will
waves such as transmission tower,
automatically control the steering
broadcast station, etc.
wheel, vehicle speed and gearshift.
The vehicle will move in the direction
When remotely moving forward using
of the button pressed.
method (1), it is recognized as an exit
situation, and the vehicle moves 13 ft. (4
• While Remote Operation function is
m) to check for pedestrians, animals or
operating, if the you let the button
objects around the vehicle. After
go, the vehicle will stop and function
confirmation, the steering wheel is
control will pause. The function will
controlled according to the condition
start operating again when the
ahead.
button is pressed and held again.
When remotely moving forward using
2. Hold down the Forward (đ) or
method (2), it is recognized as a parking
Backward (Į) button until the vehicle
situation, and will immediately control
reaches the target location.
the steering wheel according to the
3. When Remote Operation is done, get in
condition ahead to assist with entering
the vehicle with the smart key or press
the parking space and aligning the
the Remote Start (Ĕ) button on the
vehicle. However, performance may
smart key from outside the vehicle.
reduce depending on the pedestrians,
4. The message will appear on the
animals, shape of objects, location,
infotainment system. The vehicle will
etc., around the vehicle.
automatically shift to P (Park) and
For moving remotely backward, both
engage the parking brake.
method (1) and (2) aligns the steering
5. When the Remote Start (Ĕ) button is
wheel first, and then will only move the
pressed, the vehicle will turn off. If the
vehicle straight.
driver is in the vehicle, the vehicle will
retain ON position.
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Hazard
WARNING
Operation
Smart Key LED
Warning
• When using Remote Operation
Status
Light
function, make sure that all passengers
have gotten out of the vehicle.
Green LED
Blinks 1
• If the vehicle's battery is discharged or
illuminates for
Complete
time and
4 seconds and
Remote Smart Parking Assist
turns off
then turns off
malfunctions when parked in a narrow
parking space, Remote Operation
function will not operate. Always park
your vehicle in a space wide enough for
Information
you to get in or out of your vehicle.
• Operation status by the hazard warning
• Please note that depending on the
light may not be applicable based on
parking space, you may not be able to
the regulation of your state.
exit from the space you have entered
by using Remote Operation function.
• If the smart key is not within the
operating range from the vehicle
• After parking, the surrounding may
(about 13 ft. (4 m)), the smart key LED
change due to the movement of
will not illuminate or blink. Use the
surrounding vehicles. If this occurs,
smart key within the operating range.
Remote Operation function may not
operate.
• Before leaving the vehicle, close
How to turn off Remote Operation function
windows and sunroofs, and make sure
while operating
the vehicle is off before locking the
• Press the Parking/View (ā) button
doors.
while the infotainment system guides
the driver using method 2.
Remote Operation function operation
• Shift the gear from P (Park) to any other
status
position while the infotainment system
guides the driver using method 2.
Hazard
• Press the Parking Safety (Ā) button or
Operation
Smart Key LED
Warning
select "Cancel" on the infotainment
Status
Light
system.
• Press the Remote Start (Ĕ) button on
Green LED
Under
the smart key while the vehicle is being
continuously
-
control
controlled by Remote Operation
blinks
function. Remote Operation function
Red LED
will turn off. At this time, the vehicle will
Pause
continuously
Blinks
turn off.
blinks
• Get on the vehicle with the smart key.
Remote Operation function will turn
Red LED
Blinks 3
off. At this time, the vehicle will remain
illuminates for
Off
times and
on.
4 seconds and
turns off
then turns off
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The function will pause in the following
• About 3 minutes and 50 seconds has
conditions when:
passed after Remote Operation
function has started to operate
• There is a pedestrian, animal or object
in the direction the vehicle is moving
• The slope of the road exceeds the
operational range
• The door or liftgate is open
• The function is paused for more than 1
• The Forward (đ) or Backward (Į)
minute
button is not continuously pressed
• The total travel distance of the vehicle
• Simultaneously pressing multiple
has exceeded 45 ft. (14 m) after Remote
buttons on a smart key
Operation function operation
• The smart key is not operated within 13
• The steering wheel, gearshift, braking,
ft. (4 m) from the vehicle
and drive controls are not working
• Button of another smart key is pressed
properly
in addition to the operating smart key
• There is a problem with the smart key or
• Blind-Spot Collision Warning or Rear
the smart key battery is low
Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
• ABS, TCS or ESC system operates due
Assist operates while the vehicle is
to slippery road conditions
being controlled in the reverse
direction.
• The alarm of the Theft Alarm System
sounds
• The vehicle moves 22 ft. (7 m) while the
smart key is pressed with Remote
Operation function (maximum travel
Remote Smart Parking Assist
distance per button press)
Malfunction and Limitations
The function will cancel in the following
conditions when:
Remote Smart Parking Assist
When Remote Operation function is
malfunction
canceled, the vehicle will automatically
stop, shift the gear to P (Park) and engage
Remote Smart Parking Assist check
EPB (Electronic Parking Brake).
• The steering wheel is steered
• The gear is shifted while the vehicle is
moving
• Operating EPB while the vehicle is
moving
• The hood is open
• The brake pedal or accelerator pedal is
depressed when all the doors are
closed
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• The smart key is outside the vehicle
When Remote Smart Parking Assist is not
when the brake pedal is depressed
working properly, the "Check Parking
while the driver's door is open
Assist" warning message will appear on
the infotainment system. If the message
• Rapid acceleration occurs
appears, stop using Remote Smart
• Vehicle skid occurs
Parking Assist, and have your vehicle
• The wheel is stuck by an obstacle and
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
cannot move
dealer.
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Remote Smart Parking Assist canceled
Limitations of Remote Smart Parking
Assist
In the following circumstances, Remote
Smart Parking Assist performance to park
or exit the vehicle may be limited, there
may be a risk of collision, or Remote
Smart Parking Assist may turn off. Park or
exit the vehicle manually if necessary.
Accessories are attached to the
steering wheel, or steering
components are modified
2C_CheckRSPACancelledInfo
The vehicle is installed with a snow
When Remote Parking Assist is operating,
chain, spare tire or different size wheel
the function can be canceled, and the
Tire pressure is lower or higher than the
"Parking Assist Canceled" warning
standard tire pressure
message may appear regardless of the
parking order. Other messages may
Your vehicle is loaded with cargo longer
appear depending on the situations.
or wider than your vehicle or a trailer is
Follow the instructions provided on the
connected to your vehicle
infotainment system while parking your
Wheel alignment has problems or
vehicle with Remote Parking Assist.
suspension components are modified
Always look around and pay attention
Braking system components such as
when using Remote Smart Parking Assist.
brake discs, calipers, etc., are modified
Your vehicle is leaned severely to one
Remote Smart Parking Assist standby
side
Your vehicle is equipped with a trailer
hitch
The license plate is installed differently
from the original location
There is a person, animal or object
above or below the ultrasonic sensor
when Remote Smart Parking Assist is
activated
The parking space is curved or diagonal
2C_CheckRSPAStandbyInfo
There is an obstacle such as a person,
When "Parking Assist Conditions Not
animal or object (trash can, bicycle,
Met" message appears when
motorcycle, shopping cart, narrow
Parking/View (ā) button has been
pillar, etc.) near the parking space
pressed and held while Remote Smart
There is a circular pillar or narrow pillar,
Parking Assist is in standby. After a while,
or a pillar surrounded by objects such
press and hold the Parking/View (ā)
as fire extinguisher, etc., near the
button again to see if Remote Smart
parking space
Parking Assist works.
The road surface is bumpy (curbstone,
The message appears even when the
speed bump, etc.)
smart key's battery is low. Check the
smart key battery level.
The road is slippery
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The parking space is near a vehicle with
• Parking on inclines
higher ground clearance or big, such as
a truck, etc.
The parking space is Inclined
There is heavy wind
Operating Remote Smart Parking Assist
on uneven roads, gravel roads, bushes,
etc.
The performance of the ultrasonic
sensor is affected by extremely hot or
cold weather
2C_RSPAParkingInclineInfo
The ultrasonic sensor is covered with
Park manually when parking on
snow or water
inclines.
An object that generates ultrasonic
• Parking on uneven road
waves is nearby
A wireless device with a transmission
function operates near the ultrasonic
sensors
Your vehicle is affected by another
vehicle's Parking Distance Warning
The sensor is mounted or positioned
incorrectly by an impact to the bumper
When the ultrasonic sensor cannot
detect the following objects:
2C_RSPAParkingUnevenRoadInfo
- Sharp or slim objects, such as ropes,
Remote Smart Parking Assist may
chains or small poles
cancel when the vehicle slips, or the
- Objects smaller than 40 in. (100 cm)
vehicle cannot move due to road
in length and narrower than 6 in. (14
conditions such as pebbles or
cm) in diameter
fragmented stones.
- Objects which tend to absorb sensor
frequency, such as clothes, spongy
material or snow
- A narrow object such as a corner of a
square pillar
- Person, animal or object near the
ultrasonic sensor
Remote Smart Parking Assist may not
operate properly under the following
circumstances:
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Driver Assistance System
• Parking behind a truck
• Parking in a parking space with a
vehicle on one side only
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Do not use Remote Smart Parking
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Assist around vehicles with higher
If Remote Smart Parking Assist is used,
ground clearance, such as a bus, truck,
when parking in a parking space with a
etc. It may lead to an accident.
vehicle only on one side, your vehicle
may cross the parking line to avoid the
• Parking near a pillar
parked vehicle.
• Parking diagonal
2C_RSPAParkingNearPillarInfo
Remote Smart Parking Assist
performance may reduce or collision
2C_RSPAParkingDiagonalInfo
with an obstacle may occur when there
Remote Operation may not operate
is a narrow object, circular pillar, square
provide properly in a diagonal parking
pillar, or a pillar surrounded by objects
space.
such as a fire extinguisher, etc., near
the parking space. The driver should
park the vehicle manually.
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• Parking in snow
• Remote Smart Parking Assist may not
operate properly if the vehicle needs
wheel alignment adjustment such as
when the vehicle tilts to one side. Have
your vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
• Noise may be heard when braking
occurs by Remote Smart Parking Assist
or when the brake pedal is depressed
by the driver.
• Remote Smart Parking Assist may
2C_RSPAParkingInSnowInfo
suddenly apply the brake to avoid
Snow may interfere with sensor
collision.
operation, or Remote Smart Parking
• Use Remote Smart Parking Assist only
Assist may cancel if the road is slippery
in a parking space that is large enough
while parking.
for the vehicle to move safely.
WARNING
Take the following precautions when
NOTICE
using Remote Smart Parking Assist:
• If the 3rd stage warning (continuous
• The driver is responsible for safe
beep) of the Forward/Reverse Parking
parking and exit when using Remote
Distance Warning sounds while
Smart Parking Assist.
Remote Smart Parking Assist is
• When using Remote Smart Parking
operating, it means the obstacle
Assist, stay out of the way in the
detected is close to your vehicle. At this
direction the vehicle moves for your
time, Remote Smart Parking Assist will
safety.
temporarily stop operating. Make sure
• Always check surroundings when using
there are no pedestrians, animals, or
Remote Smart Parking Assist. You may
objects around your vehicle.
collide with pedestrians, animals, or
• Depending on brake operation, the
objects if they are near the sensor or are
stop lights may come on while the
in the sensor's blind spot area.
vehicle is moving.
• A collision may occur if a pedestrian,
• If the vehicle is remotely started that
animal, or object suddenly appears
has been parked in cold weather for a
while Remote Smart Parking Assist is
long time, the operation of Remote
operating.
Smart Parking function may be delayed
• Do not use Remote Smart Parking
or canceled depending on vehicle
Assist when under the influence of
condition.
alcohol.
• Do not let children or other people to
use the smart key.
• If Remote Smart Parking Assist is used
continuously for a long period, it may
adversely affect Remote Smart Parking
Assist performance.
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• For Canada
Declaration of
Conformity
if equipped
Front Radar
The radio frequency components
complies:
• For USA
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2C_DeclarationOfConformityFrontRadar_USA
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Rear Corner Radar
• For Canada
The radio frequency components
complies:
• For USA
2C_DeclarationOfConformityRearRadar_CAN
2C_DeclarationOfConformityRearRadar_USA
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8. Emergency Situations
Hazard Warning Flasher
8-2
In Case of an Emergency While Driving
8-2
If the Vehicle Stalls While Driving
8-2
If the Vehicle Stalls at A Crossroad or Crossing
8-2
If You Have a Flat Tire While Driving
8-3
If the Vehicle Does Not Start
8-3
Confirm the EV Battery is not Low on the Charge Gauge
8-3
Jump Starting (12 V Battery)
8-4
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
8-7
Check Tire Pressure
8-7
Tire Pressure Monitoring System
8-8
Low Tire Pressure Warning Light
8-9
Low Tire Pressure Position and Tire Pressure Telltale
8-9
Changing a Tire with TPMS
8-10
If You Have a Flat Tire (with Tire Mobility Kit)
8-12
Introduction
8-12
Notes on the Safe Use of the Tire Mobility Kit
8-13
Components of the Tire Mobility Kit
8-14
Using the Tire Mobility Kit When a Tire is Flat
8-15
How to Adjust Tire Pressure
8-18
Towing
8-19
Towing Service
8-19
Removable Towing Hook
8-20
8
Emergency Situations
Hazard Warning Flasher
In Case of an Emergency
While Driving
If the Vehicle Stalls While
Driving
• Reduce the vehicle speed gradually,
keeping a straight line. Move cautiously
off the road to a safe place.
• Turn on your hazard warning flasher.
2C_HazardWarningLamp
• Try to start the vehicle again. If your
The hazard warning flasher warns other
vehicle does not start, contact an
drivers to exercise extreme caution when
authorized HYUNDAI dealer or seek
approaching, overtaking, or passing your
other qualified assistance.
vehicle. It should be used whenever
making emergency repairs or when
stopped near the edge of a roadway.
If the Vehicle Stalls at A
Crossroad or Crossing
To turn on or off the hazard warning
flasher, press the hazard warning flasher
If the vehicle stalls at a crossroad or
button with the Start/Stop button in any
intersection, if safe to do so, shift the gear
position. The hazard warning flasher
to N (Neutral) and then push the vehicle
button is located in the center fascia
to a safe location.
panel. All turn signal lights flash
To stay N (Neutral) while the vehicle is off,
simultaneously.
refer to the "To stay in N (Neutral) when
• The hazard warning flasher operates
vehicle is OFF" section in chapter 6.
regardless of whether your vehicle is
ON (¢ indicator ON) or not.
• The turn signals do not work when the
hazard flasher is on.
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8
If You Have a Flat Tire While
If the Vehicle Does Not
Driving
Start
If a tire goes flat while you are driving:
• Take your foot off the accelerator pedal
and let the vehicle slow down while
Confirm the EV Battery is not
driving straight ahead. Do not apply the
Low on the Charge Gauge
brakes immediately or attempt to pull
• Be sure the gear is in P (Park). The
off the road because this may cause
vehicle starts only when the gear is in P
loss of vehicle control resulting in a
(Park).
collision. When the vehicle has slowed
to such a speed that it is safe to do so,
• Check the 12 V battery connections to
brake carefully and pull off the road.
be sure they are clean and tight.
Drive off the road as far as possible and
• Turn on the interior light. If the light
park on a firm, level ground. If you are
dims or goes out when you operate the
on a divided highway, do not park in the
starter, the 12 V battery is drained.
median area between the two traffic
lanes.
NOTICE
• When the vehicle is stopped, press the
Starting the vehicle by pushing or pulling
hazard warning flasher button, shift the
may cause vehicle damage.
gear to P (Park), apply the parking
brake, and press the Start/Stop button
to the OFF position.
• Have all passengers get out of the
vehicle. Make sure they all get out on
the side of the vehicle that is away from
traffic.
• When you have a flat tire, refer to the "If
You Have a Flat Tire (with Tire Mobility
Kit)" section in this chapter.
8-3
Emergency Situations
Hydrogen is always present in battery
Jump Starting (12 V
cells, is highly combustible, and may
Battery)
explode if ignited.
Jump starting can be dangerous if done
incorrectly. Follow the jump starting
procedure in this section to avoid serious
injury or damage to your vehicle. If in
ĝ
doubt about how to properly jump start
your vehicle, have a service technician or
Keep batteries out of reach of children.
towing service do it for you.
WARNING
To prevent SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH to
Ğ
you or bystanders, always follow these
precautions when working near or
handling the battery:
Batteries contain sulfuric acid that is
highly corrosive. Do not allow acid to
contact your eyes, skin, or clothing. If acid
gets into your eyes, flush your eyes with
clean water for at least 15 minutes and get
Ě
immediate medical attention. If acid gets
on your skin, thoroughly wash the area. If
Always read and follow instructions
you feel pain or a burning sensation, get
carefully when handling a battery.
medical attention immediately.
• When lifting a plastic-cased battery,
excessive pressure on the case may
cause battery acid to leak. Lift with a
battery carrier or with your hands on
ğ
opposite corners.
• Do not attempt to jump start your
Wear eye protection designed to protect
vehicle if your battery is frozen.
the eyes from acid splashes.
• NEVER attempt to recharge the battery
when the vehicle's battery cables are
connected to the battery.
• The electrical ignition system works
ě
with high voltage.
NEVER touch these components with
Keep all flames, sparks, or smoking
the vehicle running or when the
materials away from the battery.
Start/Stop button is in the ON position.
• The electrical ignition system works
with high voltage. NEVER touch these
components Start/Stop button in the
Ĝ
ON or START position.
• Do not allow the (+) and (-) jumper
cables to touch. It may cause sparks.
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8
• The battery may rupture or explode
6. Remove the motor compartment fuse
when you jump start with a low or
box cover.
frozen battery.
CAUTION
• Do not directly connect the (-) to the
jump cable. Connect the (-) to the one
Before jump starting, make sure to
of the metallic parts located far from
correctly identify the positive (+) and
the jump cable in the vehicle. The direct
negative (-) terminals to avoid reverse
(-) connection to the jump cable may
polarity connections.
cause an explosion.
Jump starting procedure
Information
When you jump start your vehicle, use the
jumper terminal in the motor
compartment.
1. Position the vehicles close enough that
the jumper cables will reach. Do not
2C_JumpStartOverview
allow the vehicle body parts to contact.
7. Connect the jumper cables in the exact
2. Avoid fans or any moving parts in the
sequence shown in the illustration. First
motor compartment at all times, even
connect one jumper cable to the red,
when the vehicles are turned off.
positive (+) jumper terminal of your
vehicle (1).
3. Turn off all electrical devices such as
radios, lights, air conditioning, etc. Put
8.Connect the other end of the jumper
the vehicles in P (Park) and set the
cable to the red, positive (+)
parking brake. Turn both vehicles OFF.
battery/jumper terminal of the
assisting vehicle (2).
4. Open the hood.
9. Connect the second jumper cable to
5. Remove the battery cover located
the black, negative (-) battery/jumper
inside of the front trunk.
terminal of the assisting vehicle (3).
10.Connect the other end of the second
jumper cable to the black, negative (-)
chassis ground of your vehicle (4).
Do not allow the jumper cables to
contact anything except the correct
battery or jumper terminals or the
correct ground. Do not lean over the
battery when making connections.
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8-5
Emergency Situations
WARNING
Information
Do not connect the jumper cable to the
negative (-) jumper terminal of the
discharged battery. A spark could
cause the battery to explode and lead
Ġ
to a personal injury or vehicle damage.
An inappropriately disposed battery can
11.Start the assisting vehicle and let it run
be harmful to the environment and
at about for a few minutes. Then start
human health. Dispose of the battery
your vehicle.
according to your local law(s) or
regulations.
12.Keep your vehicle operating for at least
30 minutes at idle or driving to assure
your battery receives enough charge to
be able to start on its own after the
NOTICE
vehicle is shut off. A completely
discharged battery may require as long
To prevent damage to your vehicle:
as 60 minutes runtime to fully recharge
• Only use a 12 V power supply (battery or
it. If the vehicle is run for less, battery
jumper system) to jump start your
may not restart.
vehicle.
If your vehicle does not start after a few
• Do not attempt to jump start your
attempts, it probably requires service.
vehicle by push-starting.
Have your vehicle inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Disconnect the jumper cables in the exact
reverse order you connected them:
1. Disconnect the jumper cable from the
chassis ground of your vehicle (4).
2. Disconnect the other end of the jumper
cable from battery/chassis ground of
the assisting vehicle (3).
3. Disconnect the second jumper cable
from the red, positive (+)
battery/jumper terminal of the
assisting vehicle (2).
4. Disconnect the other end of the jumper
cable from the red, positive (+) jumper
terminal of your vehicle (1).
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8
Tire Pressure Monitoring
Check Tire Pressure
System (TPMS)
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• You can check the tire pressure in the
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Utility view on the instrument cluster.
For more information, refer to the "View
Modes" section in chapter 4.
• Tire pressure appears after a few
minutes of driving. If the tire pressure
does not appear when the vehicle is
stopped, the message, "Drive to
display" appears.
• The displayed tire pressure values may
differ from those measured with a tire
pressure gauge.
2C_TireLowPressureInfo
• You can change the tire pressure unit in
(1) Low Tire Pressure Telltale/TPMS
the infotainment system.
Malfunction Indicator
(2) Low Tire Pressure Position Telltale and
- Press theŲ button, and then
select General > Unit > Tire Pressure
Tire Pressure Telltale (Shown on the
Unit > psi/kPa/bar
instrument cluster display)
Information
The infotainment system may change
after software updates. For more
information, refer to the user's manual
provided in the infotainment system and
the quick reference guide.
8-7
Emergency Situations
Your vehicle has also been equipped with
Tire Pressure Monitoring
a TPMS malfunction indicator to indicate
System
when the system is not operating
properly. The TPMS malfunction indicator
WARNING
is combined with the low tire pressure
Over-inflation or under-inflation can
telltale. When the system detects a
reduce tire life, adversely affect vehicle
malfunction, the telltale will flash for
handling, and lead to sudden tire failure
approximately one minute and then
that may cause loss of vehicle control
remain continuously illuminated. This
resulting in an accident.
sequence will continue upon subsequent
vehicle start-ups as long as the
malfunction exists.
Each tire, including the spare (if
When the malfunction indicator is
provided), should be checked monthly
illuminated, the system may not be able
when cold and inflated to the inflation
to detect or signal low tire pressure as
pressure recommended by the vehicle
intended. TPMS malfunctions may occur
manufacturer on the vehicle placard or
for a variety of reasons, including the
tire inflation pressure label. (If your
installation of replacement or alternate
vehicle has tires of a different size than
tires or wheels on the vehicle that prevent
the size indicated on the vehicle placard
the TPMS from functioning properly.
or tire inflation pressure label, you should
Always check the TPMS malfunction
determine the proper tire inflation
telltale after replacing one or more tires or
pressure for those tires.)
wheels on your vehicle to ensure that the
As an added safety feature, your vehicle
replacement or alternate tires and wheels
has been equipped with a tire pressure
allow the TPMS to continue to function
monitoring system (TPMS) that
properly.
illuminates a low tire pressure telltale
when one or more of your tires is
NOTICE
significantly under-inflated. Accordingly,
when the low tire pressure telltale
Have the system inspected by an
illuminates, you should stop and check
authorized HYUNDAI dealer if:
your tires as soon as possible, and inflate
1. The Low Tire Pressure Telltale/TPMS
them to the proper pressure. Driving on a
Malfunction Indicator does not
significantly under-inflated tire causes
illuminate for 3 seconds when the
the tire to overheat and can lead to tire
Start/Stop button is moved to the ON
failure.
position or the vehicle is running.
Under-inflation also reduces energy
2. The TPMS Malfunction Indicator
efficiency and tire tread life, and may
remains illuminated after blinking for
affect the vehicle's handling and stopping
about 1 minute.
ability.
3. The Low Tire Pressure Position Telltale
Please note that the TPMS is not a
remains illuminated.
substitute for proper tire maintenance,
and it is the driver's responsibility to
maintain correct tire pressure, even if
under-inflation has not reached the level
to trigger illumination of the TPMS low
tire pressure telltale.
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8
Low Tire Pressure Warning
If you cannot reach a service station or if
the tire cannot hold the newly added air,
Light
replace the low pressure tire with the
spare tire.
The Low Tire Pressure position indicator
will remain on and the TPMS Malfunction
L
Indicator may blink for one minute and
then remain illuminated until you have
the low pressure tire repaired and
replaced on the vehicle.
Low Tire Pressure Position
and Tire Pressure Telltale
CAUTION
In winter or cold weather, the Low Tire
Pressure Telltale may be illuminated if the
tire pressure was adjusted to the
recommended tire inflation pressure in
warm weather. It does not mean your
TPMS is malfunctioning because the
decreased temperature leads to a
proportional lowering of tire pressure.
When you drive your vehicle from a warm
area to a cold area or from a cold area to a
2C_TireLowPressureWarning
warm area, or the outside temperature is
When the tire pressure monitoring
greatly higher or lower, you should check
system warning indicator (L) is
the tire inflation pressure and adjust the
illuminated and a warning message
tires to the recommended tire inflation
appears on the cluster display, one or
pressure.
more of your tires is significantly
under-inflated. The Low Tire Pressure
Position Telltale will indicate which tire is
significantly under inflated by
WARNING
illuminating the corresponding position
Low pressure damage
light.
Significantly low tire pressure makes the
If either telltale illuminates, immediately
vehicle unstable and can contribute to
reduce your speed, avoid hard cornering
loss of vehicle control and increased
and anticipate increased stopping
braking distances.
distances. You should stop and check
Continued driving on low pressure tires
your tires as soon as possible. Inflate the
can cause the tires to overheat and fail.
tires to the proper pressure as indicated
on the vehicle's placard or tire inflation
pressure label located on the driver's side
center pillar outer panel.
8-9
Emergency Situations
TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System)
Changing a Tire with TPMS
Malfunction Indicator
If you have a flat tire, the Low Tire
Pressure and Position telltales will come
on. Have the flat tire repaired by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer as soon as
possible or replace the flat tire with the
spare tire.
NOTICE
It is recommended that you do not use a
puncture-repairing agent not approved
by HYUNDAI dealer or the equivalent
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specified for your vehicle to repair and/or
The TPMS Malfunction Indicator (L)
inflate a low pressure tire. Tire sealant not
illuminates after it blinks for about one
approved by HYUNDAI dealer or the
minute when there is a problem with the
equivalent specified for your vehicle may
Tire Pressure Monitoring System.
damage the tire pressure sensor.
Have the system inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer as soon as
possible.
The spare tire (if equipped) does not
come with a tire pressure monitoring
NOTICE
sensor. When the low pressure tire or the
flat tire is replaced with the spare tire, the
If there is a malfunction with the TPMS,
Low Tire Pressure Telltale will remain on.
the individual tire pressures on the cluster
Also, the TPMS Malfunction Indicator
display are not available. Have the system
illuminates after blinking for one minute if
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
the vehicle is driven at speed above 15.5
dealer as soon as possible.
mph (25 km/h) for about 10 minutes.
Once the original wheel equipped with a
tire pressure monitoring sensor is
NOTICE
reinflated to the recommended pressure
and reinstalled on the vehicle, the Low
The TPMS Malfunction Indicator may
Tire Pressure Telltale and TPMS
illuminate after blinking for one minute if
Malfunction Indicator will go off within a
the vehicle is near electric power supply
few minutes of driving.
cables or radio transmitters such as police
stations, government and public offices,
If the indicators do not turn off after a few
broadcasting stations, military
minutes, consult an authorized HYUNDAI
installations, airports, transmitting
dealer.
towers, etc.
Each wheel is equipped with a tire
Additionally, the TPMS Malfunction
pressure sensor mounted inside the tire
Indicator may illuminate if snow chains
behind the valve stem (except for the
are used or if electronic devices such as
spare tire). You must use TPMS specific
computers, chargers, remote starters,
wheels. It is recommended that you
navigation, etc. are near the vehicle. This
always have your tires serviced by an
may interfere with normal operation of
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
the TPMS.
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You may not be able to identify a tire with
WARNING
low pressure by simply looking at it.
Always use a good quality tire pressure
This device complies with Part 15 of the
gauge to measure. Please note that a tire
FCC rules.
that is hot (from being driven) will have a
Operation is subject to the following three
higher pressure measurement than a tire
conditions:
that is cold.
1. This device may not cause harmful
A cold tire means the vehicle has been
interference.
sitting for 3 hours and driven for less than
2. This device must accept any
1 mi. (1.6 km) in that 3 hour period.
interference received, including
Allow the tire to cool before measuring
interference that may cause undesired
the inflation pressure. Always make sure
operation of the device.
the tire is cold before inflating to the
3. Changes or modifications not expressly
recommended pressure.
approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's
WARNING
authority to operate the device.
• The TPMS cannot alert you to severe
and sudden tire damage caused by
external factors such as nails or road
debris.
• If you feel any vehicle instability,
immediately take your foot off the
accelerator pedal, apply the brakes
gradually with light force, and slowly
move to a safe position off the road.
WARNING
Tampering with, modifying, or disabling
the Tire Pressure Monitoring System
(TPMS) components may interfere with
the system's ability to warn the driver of
low tire pressure conditions and/or TPMS
malfunctions and may void the warranty.
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Emergency Situations
If You Have a Flat Tire
Introduction
With the Tire Mobility Kit you can stay
(with Tire Mobility Kit)
mobile even after experiencing a tire
puncture.
The compressor and sealing compound
system effectively and comfortably seals
most punctures in a passenger car tire
caused by nails or similar objects and
reinflates the tire.
After you ensure that the tire is properly
sealed you can drive cautiously on the tire
(distance up to 120 mi. (200 km)) at a max.
speed of 50 mph (80 km/h) in order to
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reach a service station or tire dealer for
For safe operation, carefully read and
the tire replacement.
follow the instructions in this manual
It is possible that some tires, especially
before use.
with larger punctures or damage to the
(1) Compressor
sidewall, cannot be sealed completely.
(2) Sealant bottle
Air pressure loss in the tire may adversely
The tire mobility kit is a temporary fix to
affect tire performance.
the tire, have the tire inspected by an
For this reason, you should avoid abrupt
authorized HYUNDAI dealer or the sealant
steering or other driving maneuvers,
provided with the Tire Mobility Kit must
especially if the vehicle is heavily loaded
be used for only one flat tire.
or if a trailer is in use.
The Tire Mobility Kit is not designed or
CAUTION
intended as a permanent tire repair
When two or more tires are flat, do not
method and is to be used for one tire only.
use the tire mobility kit because the
This instruction shows you step by step
sealant provided with the Tire Mobility Kit
how to temporarily seal the puncture
must be used for only one flat tire.
simply and reliably.
Read the section "Notes on the Safe Use
of the Tire Mobility Kit".
WARNING
Do not use the Tire Mobility Kit to repair
punctures in the tire walls. This can result
in an accident due to tire failure.
WARNING
Have your tire repaired as soon as
possible. The tire may lose air pressure at
any time after inflating with the Tire
Mobility Kit.
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In case of skin contact with the sealant,
Notes on the Safe Use of the
wash the area thoroughly with plenty of
Tire Mobility Kit
water. If the irritation persists, seek
Park your vehicle at the side of the road
medical attention.
so that you can work with the Tire
In case of eye contact with the sealant,
Mobility Kit away from moving traffic.
flush your eyes for at least 15 minutes. If
To be sure your vehicle will not move,
the irritation persists, seek medical
even when you're on fairly level ground,
attention.
always apply your parking brake.
In case of swallowing the sealant, rinse
Only use the Tire Mobility Kit for
the mouth and drink plenty of water.
sealing/inflation passenger car tires.
However, never give anything to an
Only punctured areas located within
unconscious person and seek medical
the tread region of the tire can be
attention immediately.
sealed using the tire mobility kit.
Long time exposure to the sealant may
Do not use on motorcycles, bicycles or
cause damage to bodily tissue such as
any other type of tires.
kidney, etc.
When the tire and wheel are damaged,
do not use Tire Mobility Kit for your
safety.
Use of the Tire Mobility Kit may not be
effective for tire damage larger than
about 0.16 in. (4 mm).
If the tire cannot be made roadworthy
with the Tire Mobility Kit, contact an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Do not use the Tire Mobility Kit if a tire
is severely damaged by driving run flat
or with insufficient air pressure. Only
punctured areas located within the
tread region of the tire can be sealed
using the Tire Mobility Kit.
Do not remove any foreign objects such
as nails or screws that have penetrated
the tire.
Provided the vehicle is outdoors, leave
the vehicle running. Otherwise
operating the compressor may
eventually drain the car battery.
Never leave the Tire Mobility Kit
unattended while it is being used.
Do not leave the compressor running
for more than 10 minutes at a time or it
may overheat.
Do not use the Tire Mobility Kit if the
ambient temperature is below -22 °F
(-30 °C).
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Emergency Situations
Components of the Tire Mobility Kit
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(1) Speed-restriction label
(2) Sealant bottle and label with speed restriction
(3) Filling hose
(4) Connectors and cable for the power outlet direct connection
(5) Holder for the sealant bottle
(6) Compressor
(7) ON/OFF switch
(8) Pressure gauge for displaying the tire inflation pressure
(9) Deflation valve to reduce the tire inflation pressure
Connectors, cable and connection hose are stored in the compressor housing.
Strictly follow the specified sequence, otherwise the sealant may escape under high
pressure.
WARNING
Do not use the tire sealant after the sealant has expired (the expiration date is pasted on
the sealant container). This can increase the risk of tire failure.
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1. Shake the sealant bottle (2).
WARNING
Sealant
• Keep out of reach of children.
• Avoid contact with eyes.
• Do not swallow.
Using the Tire Mobility Kit
When a Tire is Flat
2C_TMKprocedure
CAUTION
2. Remove the sealant bottle (2) cap and
sealant bottle holder (5) cap and screw
the bottle onto the sealant bottle
holder.
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Detach the speed restriction label (1) from
the sealant bottle (2), and place it in a
highly visible place inside the vehicle
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such as on the steering wheel to remind
3. Make sure the compressor valve on the
the driver not to drive too fast.
filling hose is locked.
4. Unscrew the valve cap and screw the
filling hose (3) onto the tire valve.
CAUTION
If only the tire pressure needs to be
adjusted, refer to the "How to Adjust Tire
Pressure" in this chapter.
Before using the Tire Mobility Kit, be fully
aware of the explanation on the sealant.
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Emergency Situations
6. With the vehicle on (¢ indicator on),
CAUTION
switch on the compressor and let it run
Securely install the sealant filling hose
for about 5-7 minutes to on sealant up
to the valve. If not, sealant may flow
on proper pressure (For more
backward, possibly clogging the filling
information, refer to the "Tires and
hose.
Wheels" section in chapter 2).
Be careful not to overinflate the tire and
stay away from the tire when filling it.
5. Make sure the compressor is turned off
and plug the compressor power cord
CAUTION
(4) into the vehicle power outlet.
Tire pressure
Do not attempt to drive your vehicle if
the tire pressure is below 29 psi (200
kPa). This could result in an accident
due to sudden tire failure.
7. Switch off the compressor.
8. Detach the hoses from the sealant
bottle connector and from the tire
valve.
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Return the Tire Mobility Kit to its
storage location in the vehicle.
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9.Immediately drive about 4-6 mi. (7-10
12.Plug the compressor power cord into
km or, about 10 minutes) to evenly
the vehicle power outlet.
distribute the sealant in the tire.
13.Adjust the tire inflation pressure to the
Do not exceed a speed of 50 mph (80
recommended tire inflation.
km/h). If possible, do not fall below a
With the vehicle on (¢ indicator on)
speed of 12 mph (20 km/h).
proceed as follows.
While driving, if you experience any
• To increase the inflation pressure:
unusual vibration, ride disturbance or
Switch on the compressor. To check
noise, reduce your speed and drive with
the current tire inflation pressure
caution until you can safely pull off of
setting, briefly switch off the
the side of the road.
compressor.
Call for road side service or towing.
• To reduce the inflation pressure
rotate the deflation valve (9) on the
filling hose (3).
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The pressure gauge may show higher
than actual reading when the compressor
is running. To get an accurate tire reading,
the compressor needs to be turned off.
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10.After driving about 4-6 mi. (7-10 km or
CAUTION
about 10 minutes), stop at a safety
If the tire inflation pressure is not
location.
maintained, drive the vehicle a second
11.Connect the filling hose (3) of the
time, refer to step 9.
compressor directly to the tire valve.
Then repeat steps 10 to 13.
Use of the TMK may be ineffectual for tire
damage larger than about 0.16 in. (4 mm).
Contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer if
the tire cannot be made roadworthy with
the Tire Mobility Kit.
WARNING
The tire inflation pressure must be at least
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32 psi (220 kPa). If it is not, do not
continue driving.
Call for road side service or towing.
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Emergency Situations
How to Adjust Tire Pressure
CAUTION
Tire pressure sensor (if equipped with
TPMS)
The sealant on the tire pressure sensor
and wheel should be removed when you
replace the tire with a new one and
inspect the tire pressure sensors. Have
this done at an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
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1. Park your vehicle in a safe location.
Information
2. Connect the filling hose (3) of the
When reinstalling the repaired or
compressor directly to the tire valve.
replaced tire and wheel on the vehicle,
tighten the wheel lug nut to 79-94 lbf·ft
3. Plug the compressor power cord into
(11-13 kgf·m).
the vehicle power outlet.
4. Adjust the tire inflation pressure to the
recommended tire inflation.
With the vehicle on (¢ indicator on),
proceed as follows.
• To increase the inflation pressure:
Switch on the compressor. To check
the current tire inflation pressure
setting, briefly switch off the
compressor.
• To reduce the inflation pressure
rotate the deflation valve (9) on the
filling hose (3).
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Towing
Information
• The pressure gauge may show higher
than actual reading when the
Towing Service
compressor is running. To get an
accurate tire reading, the compressor
needs to be turned off.
• When reinstalling the repaired or
replaced tire and wheel on the vehicle,
tighten the wheel lug nut to 79-94 lbf·ft
(11-13 kgf·m).
CAUTION
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Do not use the sealant when the tire
pressure only needs to be adjusted.
WARNING
The tire inflation pressure must be at least
32 psi (220 kPa). If it is not, do not
continue driving.
Call for road side service or towing.
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[A] Dollies
If emergency towing is necessary, have it
done by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer or
a commercial tow-truck service.
Proper lifting and towing procedures are
necessary to prevent damage to the
vehicle. The use of wheel dollies or
flatbed is recommended.
It is acceptable to tow the vehicle with the
rear wheels on the ground (without
dollies) and the front wheels off the
ground.
If any of the loaded wheels or suspension
components are damaged or the vehicle
is being towed with the front wheels on
the ground, use a towing dolly under the
front wheels.
When being towed by a commercial tow
truck and wheel dollies are not used, the
front of the vehicle should always be
lifted, not the rear.
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