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The driving information will continue to
be counted while the vehicle is in the
ready (

) mode. (for example, when

the vehicle is in traffic or stopped at a
stop light).

Information 

The vehicle must be driven for a mini-
mum of 0.19 miles (300 meters) since the
last ignition key cycle before the average
fuel economy will be recalculated.

Digital speedometer 

This digital speedometer display
shows the speed of the vehicle.

Energy Flow

The fuel cell vehicle system informs
the drivers its energy flow in various
operating modes. While driving, the
current energy flow is specified in 3
modes.

For more details, refer to "Energy
Flow" in the fuel cell Vehicle Guide
provided in front of the owner's
manual.

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Press the H

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O OUT button to dis-

charge accumulated water from the
exhaust. The vehicle must be ON for
the blower to operate.
It prevents floor contamination /
freezing due to discharge of accumu-
lated water at the lower part of the
vehicle or the muffler during the
operation. (for example, Garage,
etc.)
Please pre-drain remain water prior
to sea shipping to cryogenic areas or
long-term storage (When starting
vehicle in winter after starting off in
fall) to prevent freezing.
H

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is off.

Water release

This message displays when releasing
accumulated water.

Water complete

This message displays when water
release completed.

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Water release condition

This message displays when the
H

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blower.

CSD (Cold Shut-Down)

CSD (Cold Shut-Down) will automat-
ically discharge accumulated water
after turning off the vehicle to prevent
accumulated water from getting
frozen in the fuel cell systems during
the winter.
When CSD activates, the amount of
discharged water varies depending
on driving time, driving mode, and
last time the accumulated water was
manually discharge with the H

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OUT button.

• If the H

2

O OUT button is operated

while driving or stopping before
entering the garage or under-
ground parking lot, the amount of
discharging water after turning
off the key in CSD mode will be
insignificant.

• It is not necessary to press the

H

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O OUT button, but having it

available allows you to control
when water is purged from the
system.

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Lighting Control 

To operate the lights, turn the knob at
the end of the control lever to one of
the following positions:

1. OFF 
2. AUTO headlight 
3. Parking lamp 
4. Headlight 

AUTO headlight (if equipped)

The parking lamp and headlight will
be turned ON or OFF automatically
depending on the amount of daylight
as measured by the ambient light
sensor (1) on the crash pad.

Even with the AUTO headlight fea-
ture in operation, it is recommended
to manually turn ON the headlights
when driving at night or in a fog, driv-
ing in the rain, or when you enter
dark areas, such as tunnels and
parking facilities.

• Do not cover or spill anything on

the sensor (1) located in front of
the instrument panel.

• Do not clean the sensor using a

window cleaner, the cleanser may
leave a light film which could
interfere with sensor operation.

• If your vehicle has window tint

or other types of metallic coat-
ing on the front windshield, the
AUTO headlight system may not
work properly.

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Do not use high beam when there
are other vehicles approaching
you. Using high beam could
obstruct the other driver's vision.

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Parking lamp (

)

The parking lamp, license plate lamp
and instrument panel lamp are turned
ON.

Headlight (

)

The headlight, parking lamp, license
plate lamp and instrument panel lamp
are turned ON.

Information 

The POWER button must be in the
ON position to turn on the headlight.

High Beam Operation

To turn on the high beam headlight,
push the lever away from you. The
lever will return to its original position.
The high beam indicator will light
when the headlight high beams are
switched on.
To turn off the high beam headlight,
pull the lever towards you. The low
beams will turn on.

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To flash the high beam headlight, pull
the lever towards you, then release
the lever. The high beams will remain
ON as long as you hold the lever
towards you.

Turn Signals and Lane Change
Signals

To signal a turn, push down on the
lever for a left turn or up for a right
turn in position (A).
If the direction change is completed,
the operation is automatically can-
celed. However, if the operation is
not canceled automatically, set the
lever to the center.
If an indicator stays on and does not
flash or if it flashes abnormally, one of
the turn signal bulbs may be burned
out and will require replacement.

One-touch turn signal function

To activate the One Touch Turn
Signal function, push the turn signal
lever up or down to position (B) and
then release it.
The lane change signals will blink 3,
5 or 7 times.
You can activate or deactivate the
One Touch Turn Signal function or
choose the number of blinks (3, 5, or
7) from the Vehicle Settings mode in
the Infotainment system screen.

For more details, refer to the sepa-
rately supplied Navigation manual.

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Battery Saver Function

The purpose of this feature is to pre-
vent the battery from being dis-
charged. The system automatically
turns off the parking lamp when the
driver turns the vehicle off and opens
the driver-side door.
With this feature, the parking lamps
will turn off automatically if the driver
parks on the side of road at night.
However, the position lamps stay ON
even when the driver-side door is
opened if the headlight switch is
turned to the position lamp or AUTO
(if equipped) position after the engine
is turned off.
If necessary, to keep the lamps on
turn the position lamps OFF and ON
again using the headlight switch on
the steering column after the engine
is turned off.

Headlight Time-out  Function 
(if equipped)

If the POWER button is placed in the
ACC position or the OFF position
with the headlights ON, the head-
lights (and/or parking lamps) remain
on for about 5 minutes. However, if
the driver's door is opened and
closed, the headlights are turned off
after 15 seconds. Also, with the vehi-
cle off if the driver's door is opened
and closed, the headlights (and/or
parking lamps) are turned off after 15
seconds.
The headlights (and/or parking
lamps) can be turned off by pressing
the lock button on the smart key
twice or turning the light switch to the
OFF or AUTO position.
You can activate or deactivate the
Headlight Delay function from the
Vehicle Settings mode (Light) on the
Infotainment system screen.

For more details, refer to the sepa-
rately supplied Navigation manual.

If the driver gets out of the vehicle
through other doors (except dri-
ver’s door), the battery saver func-
tion does not operate and the
headlight delay function does not
turn off automatically. Therefore, It
causes the battery to be dis-
charged. In this case, make sure
to turn off the lamp before getting
out of the vehicle.

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Daytime Running Light (DRL)

The Daytime Running Lights (DRL)
can make it easier for others to see
the front of your vehicle during the
day, especially after dawn and before
sunset.
The DRL system will turn the dedi-
cated lamp OFF when:
1. The headlights are in the ON posi-

tion.

2. The vehicle is turned off.

Headlight Leveling Device

Headlight leveling device automati-
cally adjusts the headlight beam
level according to the number of pas-
sengers and loading weight in the
luggage area.
It also adjusts to the appropriate
headlight beam level for various situ-
ations.

Welcome System (if equipped)

Welcome light 

Puddle lamp 

With all the doors (and liftgate)
closed and locked, the puddle lamp
will come on for about 15 seconds if
any of the below is performed.
1. If 'Convenience 

Welcome mir-

ror/light 

On door unlock' is

selected in the vehicle Settings
mode on the Infotainment system
screen,
• the lamps will turn on when the

door lock button is pressed on
the smart key.

If the function does not work
properly, have your vehicle
inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer. Do not attempt
to inspect or replace the wiring
yourself.

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• the lamp will turn on when the

button of the outside door handle
is pressed with the smart key in
possession.

2. If both 'Convenience 

Welcome

mirror/light 

On door unlock' and

'Convenience 

Welcome mirror/

light 

On driver approach' is

selected in the vehicle Settings
mode on the Infotainment system
screen, the lamp will turn on when
the vehicle is approached with the
smart key in possession.

You can activate or deactivate
Welcome Light function from the
vehicle Settings mode on the
Infotainment system screen.

For more details, refer to the sep-
arately supplied "Navigation man-
ual".

Headlight and parking lamp

When the headlight (lamp switch in
the headlight or AUTO position) is on
and all doors (and liftgate) are locked
and closed, the parking lamp and
headlight will come on for 15 seconds
when the door unlock button is
pressed on the remote key or smart
key.
At this time, if you press the door lock
or unlock button, the parking lamp and
headlight will turn off immediately.

Interior lamp

When the interior lamp switch is in
the DOOR position and all doors (and
liftgate) are closed and locked, the
room lamp will come on for 30 sec-
onds if any of the below is performed.
• When the door unlock button is

pressed on the remote key or
smart key.

• When the button of the outside

door handle is pressed with the
smart key in possession.

At this time, if you press the door lock
or unlock button on the smart key the
room lamp will turn off immediately.

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Do not use the interior lights for
extended periods when the vehi-
cle is turned off or the battery will
discharge.

Interior Lamp AUTO Cut

The interior lamps will automatically
go off approximately 20 minutes after
the vehicle is turned off and the
doors are closed. If a door is opened,
the lamp will go off 40 minutes after
the vehicle is turned off. If the doors
are locked by the remote key or
smart key and the vehicle enters the
armed stage of the theft alarm sys-
tem, the lamps will go off five sec-
onds later.

Front Lamps

Front Map Lamp (1) :

Press either lenses (Type A) or
switches (

, Type B) to turn

the map lamp on or off. This light pro-
duces a spot beam for convenient
use as a map lamp at night or as a
personal lamp for the driver and the
front passenger.

Front Room Lamp (2) (

) : 

Press the button to turn the front and
rear room lamps on or off.

Front Door Lamp (3) (

) :

The front or rear room lamps come
on when the front or rear doors are
opened. When doors are unlocked by
the  smart key, the front and rear
lamps come on for approximately 30
seconds as long as any door is not
opened. The front and rear room
lamps go out gradually after approxi-
mately 30 seconds if the door is
closed. However, if the POWER but-
ton is in the ON position or all doors
are locked, the front and rear lamps
will turn off. If a door is opened with
the POWER button in the ACC posi-
tion or the OFF position, the front
and rear lamps stay on for about 20
minutes.

NOTICE

Do not use the interior lights
when driving in the dark. The
interior lights may obscure your
view and cause an accident.

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Rear Lamp

Rear Room Lamp (

):

Press this switch to turn the rear
room lamp on and off.

Luggage Compartment Lamp

The luggage compartment lamp
comes on when the liftgate is opened.
If the liftgate is continuously opened,
the luggage compartment lamp will
turn off after 20 minutes.

Vanity Mirror Lamp

Push the switch to turn the light on or
off.
• 

: The lamp will turn on if this

button is pressed.

• 

: The lamp will turn off if this

button is pressed.

Always have the switch in the off
position when the vanity mirror
lamp is not in use. If the sunvisor
is closed without the lamp off, it
may discharge the battery or dam-
age the sunvisor.

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Glove Box Lamp

The glove box lamp comes on when
the glove box is opened.
If the glove box is not closed, the
lamp will turn off after 20 minutes.

To prevent unnecessary charging
system drain, close the glove box
securely after using the glove box.

Puddle Lamp (if equipped)

Welcome light

When all doors (and liftgate) are
closed and locked, the puddle lamp
will come on for 15 seconds if the
door is unlocked by the remote key
or smart key or outside door handle
button.

For more details, refer to "Welcome
System" in this chapter.

Escort light

When the vehicle is turned OFF and
the driver's door is opened, the pud-
dle lamp will come on for 30 sec-
onds. If the driver's door is closed
within the 30 seconds, the puddle
lamp will turn off after 15 seconds. If
the driver's door is closed and
locked, the puddle lamp will turn off
immediately.
The Puddle Lamp Escort Light will
turn on only the first time the driver's
door is opened after the vehicle is
turned off.

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Hight Beam Assist will automatically
switch between high beam and low
beam depending on the detected
brightness from the lamps of oncom-
ing vehicles or vehicles in front.

Detecting sensor

[1] : Front view camera

The front view camera is used as a
detecting sensor to detect ambient
light and brightness while driving.
Refer to the illustration above for the
detailed location of the detecting
sensor.

• Always keep the front view cam-

era in good condition to main-
tain optimal performance of
High Beam Assist.

• For more information on the pre-

cautions of the front view cam-
era,

refer to the “Forward

Collision-Avoidance Assist
(FCA)” section in chapter 7.

High Beam Assist settings

With the engine on, select ‘Lights 

High Beam Assist (or HBA (High
Beam Assist))’ from the Settings
menu to turn on High Beam Assist
and deselect to turn off the function.

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Settings after parking the vehicle
at a safe location.

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Information 

The infotainment system may change
after software updates. For more infor-
mation, refer to the user’s manual pro-
vided in the infotainment system and the
quick reference guide.

High Beam Assist operation

Display and control

• After selecting High Beam Assist in

the Settings menu, High Beam
Assist will operate by following the
procedure below.
- Place the headlight switch in the

AUTO position and push the
headlight lever towards the
instrument cluster. The High
Beam Assist (

) indicator light

will illuminate on the instrument
cluster and High Beam Assist will
be enabled.

When High Beam Assist is

enabled, high beam will turn on
when vehicle speed is above 25
mph (40 km/h). When vehicle
speed is below 19 mph (30 km/h),
high beam will turn off.

- The High Beam (

) indicator

light will illuminate on the instru-
ment cluster when high beam is
on.

• When High Beam Assist is operat-

ing, if the headlight lever or switch
is used, High Beam Assist oper-
ates as follow:
- If the headlight lever is pulled

towards you when the high beam
is off, the high beam will turn on
without High Beam Assist can-
celled. When you let go of the
headlight lever, the switch will
move to the middle and the high
beam will turn off.

- If the headlight switch is pulled

towards you when the high beam
is on by High Beam Assist, low
beam will turn on and High Beam
Assist will turn off.

- If the headlight switch is placed

from AUTO to another position
(headlight/position/off), High
Beam Assist will turn off and the
corresponding light will turn on.

• When High Beam Assist is operat-

ing, high beam switches to low
beam if any of the following condi-
tions occur:
- When the headlight of an oncom-

ing vehicle is detected.

- When the tail light of a vehicle in

front is detected.

- When the headlight or tail light of

a motorcycle or a bicycle is
detected.

- When the surrounding ambient

light is bright enough that high
beams are not required.

- When streetlights or other lights

are detected.

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and limitations

When High Beam Assist is not work-
ing properly, the warning message
will appear and 

warning light will

illuminate on the instrument cluster.
We recommend that the vehicle be
inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.

Limitations of High Beam Assist

High Beam Assist may not work
properly in the following situations:
• Light from an oncoming or front

vehicle is not detected because of
lamp damage, or because it is hid-
den from sight, etc.

• Headlight of an oncoming or front

vehicle is covered with dust, snow
or water.

• A front vehicle’s headlights are off

but the fog lights are on and etc.

• There is a lamp that has a similar

shape as a vehicle’s lamp.

• Headlights have been damaged or

not repaired properly.

• Headlights are not aimed properly.
• Driving on a narrow-curved road,

rough road, uphill or downhill.

• Vehicle in front is partially visible

on a crossroad or curved road.

• There is a traffic light, reflecting

sign, flashing sign or mirror ahead.

• There is a temporary reflector or

flash ahead (construction area).

• The road conditions are bad such

as being wet, iced or covered with
snow.

• A vehicle suddenly appears from a

curve.

• The vehicle is tilted from a flat tire

or is being towed.

• Light from an oncoming or front

vehicle is not detected due to
obstacles in the air such as
exhaust fume, smoke, fog, snow, or
water spay or blizzard on the road,
or fogging in the lamp, etc.

Information 

For more information on the limitations
of the front view camera, refer to the
“Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
(FCA)” section in chapter 7. 

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At times, High Beam Assist
may not work properly. The
function is for your conven-
ience only. It is the responsibili-
ty of the driver for safe driving
practices and always check the
road conditions for your safety.

When High Beam Assist does
not operate normally, change
the headlight position manually
between high beam and low
beam.

High Beam Assist may not
operate for 15 seconds after the
vehicle is started, or the front
view camera is initialized.

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A : Wiper speed control

· MIST – Single wipe
· OFF – Off
· INT – Intermittent wipe
· LO – Low wiper speed
· HI – High wiper speed

B : Intermittent control wipe time

adjustment

C : Wash with brief wipes

(pull lever towards you)

D : Rear wiper/washer control

· HI – High wiper speed
· LO – Low wiper speed
· OFF – Off

E : Wash with brief wipes (rear)

(push lever away from you)

Front Windshield Wipers 

Operates as follows when the
POWER button is in the ON position.
MIST : For  a  single wiping cycle,

push the lever upward and
release. The wipers will oper-
ate continuously if the lever is
held in this position.

OFF : Wiper is not in operation.
INT : Wiper operates intermittently at

the same wiping intervals. To
vary the speed setting, move
the speed control lever. The top
most setting will run the wipers
most frequently (for more rain).
The bottom setting will run the
wipers the least frequently (for
less rain).

LO : The wiper runs at a lower speed.
HI : The wiper runs at a higher speed.

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Information 

If there is heavy accumulation of snow
or ice on the windshield, defrost the
windshield for about 10 minutes, or
until the snow and/or ice is removed
before using the windshield wipers to
ensure proper operation.

If you do not remove the snow and/or
ice before using the wiper and washer,
it may damage the wiper and washer
system.

AUTO - Automatic Wiper Control
(if equipped)

A rain sensor located near the wind-
shield detects moisture accumula-
tion and controls the wiping cycle
automatically. This mode is designed
to operate the wiper at an appropri-
ate speed depending on the amount
of rainfall. The sensitivity can be var-
ied by turning the adjustment control
(B) located on the wiper stalk. If the
wiper switch is set in AUTO mode
when the ignition switch is in the ON
position, the wiper will operate once
to perform a self-check of the sys-
tem. Set the wiper control to the OFF
position when the windshield wipers
are not required.

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To avoid personal injury from
the windshield wipers, when the
engine is running and the wind-
shield wiper switch is placed in
the AUTO mode:

Do not touch the upper end of
the windshield glass facing
the rain sensor.

Do not wipe the upper end of
the windshield glass with a
damp or wet cloth.

Do not put pressure on the
windshield glass.

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• When washing the vehicle, set

the wiper switch in the OFF posi-
tion to stop the auto wiper oper-
ation. The wiper may operate
and be damaged if the switch is
set in the AUTO mode while
washing the vehicle.

• Do not remove the sensor cover.

Damage to system parts could
occur and may not be covered
by your vehicle warranty.

• Because of using a photo sen-

sor,

temporary malfunction

could occur according to sud-
den ambient light change while
driving.

Front Windshield Washers 

In the OFF position, pull the lever
gently toward you to spray washer
fluid on the windshield and to run the
wipers 1-3 cycles. The spray and
wiper operation will continue until
you release the lever. If the washer
does not work, you may need to add
washer fluid to the washer fluid
reservoir.

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is below freezing,

ALWAYS

warm the windshield using the
defroster to help prevent the
washer fluid from freezing on
the windshield and obscuring
your vision which could result
in an accident and serious
injury or death.

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• To prevent possible damage to

the washer pump, do not oper-
ate the washer when the fluid
reservoir is empty.

• To prevent possible damage to

the wipers or windshield, do not
operate the wipers when the
windshield is dry.

• To prevent damage to the wiper

arms and other components, do
not attempt to move the wipers
manually.

• To prevent possible damage to

the wipers and washer system,
use anti-freezing washer fluids
in the winter season or cold
weather.

Rear Window Wiper and Washer

The rear window wiper and washer
switch is located at the end of the
wiper and washer switch lever. Turn
the switch to the desired position to
operate the rear wiper and washer.
HI – High wiper speed
LO – Low wiper speed 
OFF – Off

Push the lever away from you to
spray rear washer fluid and to run the
rear wipers 1~3 cycles. The spray
and wiper operation will continue
until you release the lever.

Auto rear wiper

The rear wiper will operate while the
vehicle is in reverse with the front
wiper ON by selecting the function on
the Infotainment system screen.
Go to 'Vehicle Settings 

Convenience

Auto Rear Wiper (in R)'.

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(1) Vehicle width
(2) 100 cm from the rea bumper
(3) 50 cm from the rear bumper

Rear View Monitor will activate when
the vehicle is in the ready (

) mode

and the gear is in the R (Reverse)
position.
This is a supplemental function that
shows behind the vehicle through
the infotainment system display
while backing-up.

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Rear View Monitor is not a safe-
ty device. It only serves to
assist the driver in identifying
objects directly behind the mid-
dle of the vehicle. The camera
does NOT cover the complete
area behind the vehicle.

WARNING

Never rely solely on the rear
camera display when backing-
up.

ALWAYS look around your
vehicle to make sure there are
no objects or obstacles before
moving the vehicle in any
direction to prevent a collision.

Always pay close attention
when the vehicle is driven
close to objects, particularly
pedestrians, and especially
children.

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Surround View Monitor can assist in
parking by allowing the driver to see
around the vehicle. Push the button
(1, indicator ON) to operate the func-
tion. To cancel the function, push the
button again (1, indicator OFF).

Operating conditions

• When the Parking/View button is

pressed 

• When the gear is in D, N or R
• When vehicle speed is under 9

mph (15 km/h)

Information 

• When vehicle speed is over 9 mph (15

km/h), Surround View Monitor will turn
off. The function will not automatically
turn on again, even though vehicle speed
gets below 9 mph (15 km/h). Push the
button (1, indicator ON) again, to turn
on the function.

• When the vehicle is backing up, the func-

tion will turn ON regardless of vehicle
speed or button state. However, if vehicle
speed is over 9 mph (15 km/h) when
driving forward, Surround View
Monitor will turn off. 

• A warning appears on the function

when: 

- The liftgate is opened

- The driver's door is opened

- The passenger's door is opened

- The outside rearview mirror is folded

• If Surround View Monitor is not operat-

ing normally, have the vehicle take to an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer and have
the function checked.

For more details, refer to the separate-
ly supplied manual with your vehicle.

Always keep the camera lens
clean. The camera may not work
normally if the lens is covered
with foreign material. 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.

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(2) Wide-side view

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(3) Wide-rear view

camera

Surround View Monitor only
serves to assist the driver in
parking. ALWAYS look around
your vehicle to make sure there
are no objects or obstacles
before moving the vehicle.

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[A]: Front ultrasonic sensors, 
[B]: Rear ultrasonic sensors

Forward/Reverse Parking Distance
Warning assists the driver during
movement of the vehicle by warning

sound if any object is sensed within
the distance of 30 in. (100 cm) in
front and 47 in. (120 cm) behind the
vehicle.
Forward/Reverse Parking Distance
Warning is a supplemental function
that senses objects within the range
and location of the sensors, it cannot
detect objects in other areas where
sensors are not installed.

Operation of Forward/Reverse
Parking Distance Warning

Operating condition

• Forward/Reverse Parking Distance

Warning will activate when parking
safety button is pressed with the
POWER button in the ON position.

• Parking safety button turns on auto-

matically and activates Forward/
Reverse Parking Distance Warning
when the gear is in the R (Reverse)
position.

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Front ultrasonic sensors

Rear ultrasonic sensors 

ALWAYS look around your vehi-
cle to make sure there are no
objects or obstacles before
moving the vehicle in any direc-
tion to prevent a collision.

Always pay close attention
when the vehicle is driven close
to objects, particularly pedestri-
ans, and especially children.

Be aware that some objects
may not be visible on the
screen or be detected by the
sensors, due to the objects
distance, size or material, all of
which can limit the effective-
ness of the sensor.

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Types of warning sound and indicator

• The indicator may differ from the illustration depending on objects or

sensors state. If the indicator blinks, have the function checked by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

• If the audible warning does not sound or if the buzzer sounds inter-

mittently when shifting into R (Reverse) position, this may indicate a
malfunction with the Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning. If
this occurs, have the vehicle checked by an authorized HYUNDAI deal-
er as soon as possible.

NOTICE

• However, if vehicle speed exceeds

6 mph (10 km/h), the function will
not warn you even though objects
are detected.
And if vehicle speed exceeds 12
mph (20 km/h, without RSPA) or 18
mph (30 km/h, with RSPA), the
function will turn off automatically.

* RSPA : Remote Smart Parking Assist

• To turn on the function, press park-

ing safety button.

• When more than two objects are

sensed at the same time, the clos-
est one will be recognized first.

Distance 

from object 

Warning indicator

Warning sound

When driving 

forward

When driving 

rearward

24 in. - 39 in.

(60 cm - 100 cm)

Front

-

Buzzer beeps 

intermittently

24 in. - 47 in.

(60 cm - 120 cm)

Rear

-

Buzzer beeps 

intermittently

12 in. - 24 in.

(30 cm - 60 cm)

Front

Buzzer beeps 

frequently

Rear

-

Buzzer beeps 

frequently

under 12 in.

(under 30 cm)

Front

Buzzer sounds 

continuously

Rear

-

Buzzer sounds 

continuously

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Non-operational conditions of
Forward/Reverse Parking
Distance Warning 

Forward/Reverse Parking Distance
Warning may not operate normally
when:

• Moisture is frozen to the sensor.
• Sensor is covered with foreign mat-

ter, such as snow or water, or the
sensor cover is blocked.

There is a possibility of Forward/
Reverse Parking Distance Warning
malfunction when:

• Driving on uneven road surfaces

such as unpaved roads, gravel,
bumps, or gradient.

• Objects generating excessive noise

such as vehicle horns, loud motor-
cycle engines, or truck air brakes
can interfere with the sensor.

• Heavy rain or water spray is present.
• Wireless transmitters or mobile

phones are present near the sensor.

• The sensor is covered with snow.
• Any non-factory equipment or

accessories have been installed, or
if the vehicle bumper height or sen-
sor installation has been modified.

Detecting range may decrease when:

• Outside air temperature is

extremely hot or cold.

• Sensor is covered with foreign mat-

ter, such as snow or water

• Undetectable objects smaller than

100 cm (39.4 in.) and narrower
than 14 cm (5.5 in.) in diameter.

The following objects may not be
recognized by the sensor:

• Sharp or slim objects such as

ropes, chains or small poles.

• Objects, which tend to absorb sen-

sor frequency such as clothes,
spongy material or snow.

Your new vehicle warranty does
not cover any accidents or dam-
age to the vehicle or injuries to its
occupants related to a Forward/
Reverse Parking Distance
Warning.
Always drive safely and cau-
tiously.

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Forward/Reverse Parking
Distance Warning precautions

• Forward/Reverse Parking Distance

Warning may not sound consistently
depending on the speed and shapes
of the objects detected.

• Forward/Reverse Parking Distance

Warning may malfunction if the vehi-
cle bumper height or sensor installa-
tion has been modified or damaged.
Any non-factory installed equipment
or accessories may also interfere
with the sensor performance.

• The sensor may not recognize

objects less than 30 cm (11 in.) from
the sensor, or it may sense an incor-
rect distance. Use caution.

• When the sensor is frozen or stained

with snow, dirt, or water, the sensor
may be inoperative until the stains
are removed using a soft cloth.

• Do not push, scratch or strike the

sensor. Sensor damage could occur.

• Do not spray the sensors or its sur-

rounding area directly with a high
pressure washer. Shock applied
from high pressure water may cause
the device to not operate normally.

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Remote Smart Parking Assist helps driv-
ers park their vehicle by using sensors to
detect parking spaces, control the steer-
ing wheel, shift the gear and adjust vehicle
speed automatically with instructions
through sound and infotainment system
screen.

Applicable Remote Smart Parking
Assist modes :

• Remote Parking/Smart Parking  pro-

vides assist for reverse parking (per-
pendicular parking) and parallel park-
ing.

• Smart Exit provides assist for forward

parallel exit only.

• Remote Moving Forward/Backward

provides assist for forward/backward
movement in the parking space with
driver outside the vehicle.

Remote Smart Parking Assist does not
work if there is no car parked in front of the
parking space you are planning to park or
if it is a diagonal parking space.
After parking your vehicle using Remote
Smart Parking Assist, the vehicle may not
be parked at the exact spot you have
wished.

To prevent frequency interference,
the heater and air conditioner may
be turned off when Remote Smart
Parking Assist is activated.

Deactivate the function and park/exit
your vehicle manually, when the situ-
ation requires parking manually.
Forward/Reverse Parking Distance
Warning sound and Surround View
Monitor activate while Remote Smart
Parking Assist is activated.
The Remote Smart Parking Assist
will be canceled if Parking Distance
Warning is cancelled by pressing the
button to the OFF position.
For operation of Parking Distance
Warning and Surround View Monitor,
refer to the relevant description in
this manual.

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Remote Parking

Smart Parking

Remote Parking

Smart Exit

Remote Moving
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Parallel exit

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Forward/Backward

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Parking Assist button

Parking Safety button

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Operating condition

Use Remote Smart Parking Assist
when all the below conditions are
met.
• When the parking space is a

straight line

• When there is a parked vehicle

next to the space where you want
to park

• When there is enough space to

move the vehicle

• When you choose “Confirm” on

infotainment system booting.

Remote Smart Parking Assist
should only be considered as
a supplementary function. The
driver must check the front
and rear view for objects. The
operational function of
Remote Smart Parking Assist
can be affected by many fac-
tors and conditions of the sur-
roundings, so the responsibili-
ty rests always with the driver.

Remote Smart Parking Assist
may not operate normally if
the vehicle needs wheel align-
ment adjustment. Have the
vehicle checked by an author-
ized HYUNDAI dealer.

If you use a different tire or
wheel size rather than the size
recommended by the HYUNDAI
dealer, Remote Smart Parking
Assist may not work properly.
Always use the same size tire
and wheel.

WARNING

Do not use Remote Smart
Parking Assist when in drunk-
en state.

Remote Smart Parking Assist
may not operate properly
depending on the surround-
ing environment and other
conditions.

Remote Smart Parking Assist
may not recognize the object
too close to the vehicle.

When operating Remote
Smart Parking Assist, be care-
ful of the objects located
above or below the sensor
position. Such object may
damage the vehicle or other
objects.

Do not let children or other
person to use the smart key.

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Non-operating condition

In the following conditions, Remote
Smart Parking Assist may not oper-
ate properly or  be cancelled. Drive
the vehicle manually in the below
conditions.
• Curved parking space 
• Inclined roads
• A vehicle loaded with longer or

wider cargo compared to the vehicle

• Diagonal parking space 
• Heavy snow or rain
• Near a circular pillar or narrow pil-

lar, or a pillar surrounded by objects
such as fire extinguisher, etc.

• The sensor is positioned incorrectly

by an impact to the bumper

• Bumpy roads
• A vehicle equipped with a snow

chain or spare tire

• Tire pressure lower or higher than

the standard tire pressure

• A trailer connected to the vehicle
• Slippery or uneven road

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Left side 
- Parallel exit

Right side 
- Parallel exit

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Right side 
- Reverse parking

Left side 
- Reverse parking

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Right side 
- Parallel parking

Left side 
- Parallel parking

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• Big vehicles such as buses or

trucks parked

• Sensor covered with foreign mat-

ter, such as snow or water

• An obstacle such as a trash can,

bicycle, shopping cart, etc. is near

• Heavy wind
• Wheel changed to an unauthorized

size

• A problem with the wheel alignment
• Vehicle leaned severely to one side
• Front or rear ultrasonic sensors are

malfunction or not working properly.
(Refer to the Parking Distance
Warning in chapter 3.)

• Low level of the smart key that

requires battery replacement

Limitations of Remote Smart
Parking Assist

• When the vehicle has been

parked/stopped for a long time in a
cold environment, the Remote
Moving Forward/Backward may be
delayed depending on the engine
condition when the vehicle is
turned on remotely.

• Remote Smart Parking Assist may

suddenly apply brake to avoid colli-
sion against stationary or moving
object.

• Remote Smart Parking Assist may

be cancelled unexpectedly when a
person or animal passes by near
the vehicle.

• The performance of Remote Smart

Parking Assist may be degraded
and frequently stop when driving in
strong electric field area.

• Right after the parking place

search complete and beep sound
is generated, the search complete
may be cancelled according to the
surrounding environment

• Even while Remote Smart Parking

Assist is in activation, the vehicle
may collide with the object existing
within the blind-spot area of the
sensor.

• When there is any obstacle within

the blind-spot area, drive out of the
parking space manually.

• Remote Smart Parking Assist may

not recognize the object that
appears suddenly.

• Remote Smart Parking Assist does

not work if there is no car parked in
front of the parking space you are
planning to park.

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2. Parking in snow 

Snow may interfere with sensor
operation or Remote Smart
Parking Assist may cancel if the
road is slippery while parking.

3. Parking in narrow space 

The Remote Smart Parking
Assist may not search for park-
ing spaces if the space is too
narrow. Even if the Remote
Smart Parking Assist is operat-
ing, always be careful.

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Do not use Remote Smart
Parking Assist in the following
conditions for unexpected
results may occur and cause a
serious accident.
1. Parking on inclines 

Park and exit manually when
you park on inclines.

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4. Parking diagonal 

The Remote Smart Parking
Assist is not a supplemental for
diagonal parking. Even if the
vehicle is able to enter the space,
do not operate the Remote Smart
Parking Assist.

5. Parking in uneven road

The Remote Smart Parking
Assist may cancel when the
vehicle slips or the vehicle
couldn’t move due to road con-
dition.

6. Parking behind a truck

An accident may occur when
parking behind a vehicle higher
than yours. For example, bus,
truck, etc.
Do not solely rely on the
Parking Assist function.

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