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Warning light and message

Check Lane Keeping Assist

If there is a problem with the function
a message will appear for a few sec-
onds. If the problem continues the
Lane Keeping Assist failure indicator
will illuminate.

Lane Keeping Assist failure
indicator

Lane Keeping Assist fail-
ure indicator (yellow) will
illuminate if Lane
Keeping Assist is not
working properly. Have
the function checked by
an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.

Lane Keeping Assist function
change

The driver can change Lane Keeping
Assist to the Lane Departure
Warning system or change the Lane
Keeping Assist mode from the info-
tainment system screen. Go to the
"Vehicle settings 

Driver

Assistance 

Lane Safety 

Lane

Keeping Assist (LKA)/Lane
Departure Warning (LDW)/Off".
The function is automatically set to
Lane Keeping Assist if a function is
not selected.

Lane Keeping Assist

This mode guides the driver to help
keep the vehicle within the lanes. It
rarely controls the steering wheel,
when the vehicle drives well inside
the lanes. However, it starts to con-
trol the steering wheel, when the
vehicle is about to deviate out of the
lane.

Lane Departure Warning

Lane Departure Warning alerts the
driver with a visual warning and a
warning alarm when the function
detects the vehicle departing the
lane. The steering wheel will not be
controlled.

Off

If you select "Off", Lane Keeping
Assist is deactivated.

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Blind-Spot Collision-
Avoidance Assist description

Collision Warning

The Blind-Spot Collision Warning
uses radar sensors in the rear
bumper to monitor and warn the driv-
er of an approaching vehicle in the
driver's blind spot area.
1) Blind-Spot Area

The blind spot detection range varies
relative to vehicle speed.
Note that if your vehicle is traveling
much faster than the vehicles around
you, the warning will not occur.

2) Closing at high speed

Blind-Spot Collision Warning will
alert you when a vehicle is approach-
ing in an adjacent lane at a high rate
of speed. If the driver activates the
turn signal when the function detects
an oncoming vehicle, the function
sounds an audible alert.

Collision-Avoidance Assist

Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Assist detects the front lane through
the camera installed on the upper
front windshield and detects the
side/rear areas through radar sen-
sors.
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
may activate the Electronic Stability
Control (ESC) in accordance with a
colliding possibility with an approach-
ing vehicle while changing lanes. It is
to lower the colliding risk or mitigate
the colliding damage.

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Blind-Spot Collision-
Avoidance Assist setting and
activation

Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Assist setting

• The driver can activate the function

by placing the POWER button to
the ON position and by selecting
“Vehicle settings 

Driver assis-

tance 

Blind-spot safety” on info-

tainment system screen.
- Blind-Spot  Collision-Avoidance

Assist turns on and gets ready to
be activated when 'Active assis-
tance' is selected. Then, if a vehi-
cle approaches the driver's blind
spot area a warning sounds or
braking power is applied.

- Blind-Spot  Collision  Warning

turns on and gets ready to be
activated when 'Warning only’ is
selected. Then, if a vehicle
approaches the driver's blind spot
area a warning sounds.

- The function is deactivated and

the indicator on the Blind-Spot
Safety button is extinguished
when 'Off' is selected.

Driving your vehicle

Blind-Spot Collision Warning
and Blind-Spot Collision-
Avoidance Assist may not
detect every object alongside
the vehicle.

Always be aware of road condi-
tions while driving and be alert
for unexpected situations even
though Blind-Spot Collision
Warning and Blind-Spot
Collision-Avoidance Assist are
operating.

The Blind-Spot Collision
Warning and Blind-Spot
Collision-Avoidance Assist
are supplemental function to
assist you. Do not entirely rely
on the functions. Always pay
attention, while driving, for
your safety.

Blind-Spot Collision Warning
and Blind-Spot Collision-
Avoidance Assist are not sub-
stitutes for proper and safe
driving.
Always drive safely and use
caution when changing lanes
or backing up the vehicle.

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• If you press Blind-Spot Safety but-

ton while 'Active assistance' or
'Warning only' is selected the indi-
cator on the button extinguishes
and the function deactivates.

• If you press Blind-Spot Safety but-

ton while the function is cancelled
the indicator on the button illumi-
nates and the function activates. In
this case, the function returns to
the state before the vehicle turned
off.
When the function is initially turned
on and when the vehicle is turned
off then on again while the function
is in activation, the warning light
will illuminate for 3 seconds on the
outside rearview mirror.

• If the vehicle is turned off then on

again, the function maintains the
previous state.

• The driver can select the initial

warning activation time in the User
Settings in the infotainment system
screen by selecting "Vehicle set-
tings 

Driver assistance 

Warning timing"

• The options for the initial Blind-

Spot Collision Warning includes
the following:
- Normal:

When this condition is selected,

the initial Blind-Spot Collision
Warning is activated normally. If
this setting feels too sensitive
change the option to 'later'.

The warning activation time may

feel late if the side/rear vehicle
abruptly accelerates.

- Later:

Select this warning activation
time when the traffic is light and
you are driving in a low speed.
However, if you change the warn-
ing activation time, the warning
activation time of vehicle's other
system may also change. Check
the warning activation time before
changing it.

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• The driver can select the warning

volume of Blind-Spot Collision
Warning in the User Settings in the
infotainment system screen by
selecting "Vehicle settings 

Driver assistance 

Warning vol-

ume 

High/Medium/Low" the

warning volume of vehicle's other
system may also change.

For more information refer to the
separately supplied Navigation
manual.

Operating Conditions

The function enters the ready status,
when the 'Active assistance' or
'Warning only' is selected and follow-
ing conditions are satisfied:
1) 

Collision-Avoidance Assist will
activate when

- Vehicle speed is between 38

mph~112 mph (60 km/h~180
km/h).

- The function detects both of the

lane lines.

- An approaching vehicle is detect-

ed next to/behind your vehicle.

2) Blind-Spot Collision Warning will

activate when

The vehicle speed is above about
20 mph (30 km/h).

• Select the "Warning only"
1) Collision  Warning  will  activate

when

- The vehicle speed is above about

20 mph (30 km/h)

Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Assist is not activated.

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Warning message and func-
tion control

Collision Warning 

First stage alert

If a vehicle is detected within the
boundary of the function, a warning
light will illuminate on the outside
rearview mirror.
Once the detected vehicle is no
longer within the blind spot area, the
warning will turn off according to the
driving conditions of the vehicle.

[A] : Warning sound

Second stage alert

A warning chime to alert the driver will activate when:
1. A vehicle has been detected in the blind spot area by the radar.
2. The turn signal is applied (same side as where the vehicle is being

detected).

When this alert is activated, the warning light on the outside rearview mir-
ror will also blink. And a warning chime will sound.
If you turn off the turn signal indicator, the second stage alert will be deac-
tivated.
Once the detected vehicle is no longer within the blind spot area, the warn-
ing will turn off according to the driving conditions of the vehicle.

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Right side

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Collision-Avoidance Assist

Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
may apply braking power, when an
approaching vehicle is detected with-
in a certain distance next to/behind
your vehicle.

The warning light on the out-
side rearview mirror will illu-
minate whenever a vehicle is
detected at the rear side by
the function.
To avoid accidents, do not
focus only on the warning
light and neglect to see the
surrounding of the vehicle.

Drive safely even though the
vehicle is equipped with a
Blind-Spot Collision Warning.
Do not solely rely on the func-
tion but check your surround-
ing before changing lanes or
backing the vehicle up.

The function may not alert the
driver in some conditions so
always check your surround-
ings while driving.

WARNING  

The driver should always use
extreme caution while operat-
ing the vehicle, whether or not
the warning light on the out-
side rearview mirror illumi-
nates or there is a warning
alarm.

Playing the vehicle audio sys-
tem at high volume may offset
Blind-Spot Collision Warning
warning sounds.

The warning of Blind-Spot
Collision Warning  may  not
sound while other system's
warning sounds.

CAUTION

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It gently applies braking power on
the tire, which is located in the oppo-
site side of the possibly-colliding
point. The instrument cluster will
inform the driver of the function acti-
vation.
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
is automatically deactivated when:
- The vehicle drives a certain dis-

tance away

- The vehicle direction is changed

against the possible-colliding point

- The steering wheel is abruptly

moved

- The brake pedal is depressed
- After a certain period of time
The driver should drive the vehicle in
the middle of the vehicle lanes to
keep the function in the ready status.
When the vehicle drives too close to
one side of the vehicle lanes, the
function may not properly operate.
In addition, the function may not
properly control your vehicle in
accordance with driving situations.
Thus, always pay close attention to
road situations.

Detecting Sensor 

The driver is responsible for
accurate steering.

Do not unnecessarily operate
the steering wheel, when Blind-
Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
is in operation.

Always pay extreme caution
while driving.

Blind-Spot

Collision-Avoidance Assist
may not operate or unneces-
sarily operate in accordance
with your driving situations.

Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Assist is not a substitute for
safe driving practices, but a
convenience function only. It is
the responsibility of the driver
to always drive cautiously to
prevent unexpected and sud-
den situations from occur-
ring. Pay attention to the road
conditions at all times.

WARNING  

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Front camera

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Rear Corner Radar

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Front camera

The front camera is a sensor detect-
ing the lane. If the sensor is covered
with snow, rain or foreign substance,
the function may temporarily be can-
celled and not work properly until the
cancellation due to the degradation
of the sensor's detection perform-
ance. Always keep the sensor clean.
* Refer to Lane Keeping Assist for

cautions for the front camera sen-
sor.

Rear Corner Radar

The Rear Corner Radar are the sen-
sors inside the rear bumper for
detecting the side/rear areas. Always
keep the bumper clean for proper
operation of the function.

Information 

The images and colors in the instru-
ment cluster may differ depending on
the cluster type or theme selected
from the instrument cluster. 

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The function may not work
properly when the bumper
has been damaged, or if the
rear bumper has been
replaced or repaired.

The sensing range differs
somewhat according to the
width of the road. When the
road is narrow, the function
may detect other vehicles in
the next lane.

The function may turn off due
to strong electromagnetic
waves.

Always keep the sensors
clean.

NEVER arbitrarily disassem-
ble the sensor component nor
apply any impact on the sen-
sor component.

Be careful not to apply unnec-
essary force on the radar sen-
sor or sensor cover. If the sen-
sor is forcibly moved out of
proper alignment, the function
may not operate correctly. In
this case, a warning message
may not be displayed. Have
the vehicle inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

Do not apply foreign objects
such as a bumper sticker or a
bumper guard near the radar
sensor or apply paint to the
sensor area. Doing so may
adversely affect the perform-
ance of the sensor.

NEVER install any acces-
sories or stickers on the front
windshield, nor tint the front
windshield.

Pay extreme caution to keep
the camera sensor out of water.

NEVER locate any reflective
objects (for example, white
paper, mirror) over the crash
pad. Any light reflection may
cause a malfunction of the
function.

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Blind-Spot Collision Warning 
system disabled. 
Rear Corner Radar blocked

• This warning message may appear

when :
- One or both of the sensors on the

rear bumper is blocked by dirt or
snow or a foreign object.

- Driving in rural areas where the

sensor does not detect another
vehicle for an extended period of
time.

- When there is inclement weather

such as heavy snow or rain.

If any of these conditions occur, the
light on the Blind-Spot Safety button
and the function will turn off automat-
ically.

Turn off Blind-Spot Collision-
Avoidance Assist when a trailer or
carrier is installed.
- Press the Blind-Spot Safety button

(the indicator on the button extin-
guish)

- Deactivate Rear Cross-Traffic

Collision-Avoidance Assist by des-
electing 
"Vehicle settings 

Driver assis-

tance 

Blind-spot safety 

Rear

cross-traffic safety"
If you use Blind-Spot Collision-
Avoidance Assist, remove a trailer
or carrier.

When Blind-Spot Collision Warning
canceled warning message is dis-
played in the cluster, check to make
sure that the rear bumper is free from
any dirt or snow in the areas where
the sensor is located. Remove any
dirt, snow, or foreign material that
could interfere with the radar sen-
sors.
After any dirt or debris is removed,
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Assist should operate normally after
about 10 minutes of driving the vehi-
cle.
If the function still does not operate
normally, we recommend that you
take your vehicle to an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer and have the func-
tion checked.

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Check Blind-Spot Collision-
Avoidance Assist system

If there is a problem with Blind-Spot
Collision-Avoidance Assist, a warn-
ing message will appear. The func-
tion will turn off automatically. Blind-
Spot Collision Warning will still oper-
ate even if Blind-Spot Collision-
Avoidance Assist turns off due to
malfunction. We recommend that you
have your vehicle inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer to use
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Assist.

Limitations of the function

The driver must be cautious in the
below situations, because the func-
tion may not detect other vehicles or
objects in certain circumstances.
• When a trailer or carrier is

installed.

• The vehicle drives in inclement

weather such as heavy rain or
snow.

• The sensor is polluted with rain,

snow, mud, etc.

• The rear bumper where the sensor

is located is covered with a foreign
object such as a bumper sticker, a
bumper guard, a bike rack, etc.

• The rear bumper is damaged, or

the sensor is out of the original
default position.

• The vehicle height gets lower or

higher due to heavy loading in a
trunk, abnormal tire pressure, etc.

• When the temperature of the rear

bumper is high.

• When the sensors are blocked by

other vehicles, walls or parking-lot
pillars.

• The vehicle drives on a curved

road.

• The vehicle drives through a toll-

gate.

• The road pavement (or the periph-

eral ground) abnormally contains
metallic components (for example,
possibly due to subway construc-
tion).

• There is a fixed object near the

vehicle, such as a guardrail.

• While going down or up a steep

road where the height of the lane is
different.

• Driving on a narrow road where

trees or grass or overgrown.

• Driving in rural areas where the

sensor does not detect another
vehicle or structure for an extended
period of time.

• Driving on a wet road.
• Driving on a road where the

guardrail or wall is in double struc-
ture.

• A big vehicle is near such as a bus

or truck.

• When the other vehicle approach-

es very close.

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• When the other vehicle passes at a

very fast speed.

• While changing lanes.
• If the vehicle has started at the

same time as the vehicle next to
you and has accelerated.

• When the vehicle in the next lane

moves two lanes away from you
OR when the vehicle two lanes
away moves to the next lane from
you.

• A motorcycle or bicycle is near.
• A flat trailer is near.
• If there are small objects in the

detecting area such as a shopping
cart or a baby stroller.

• If there is a low height vehicle such

as a sports car.

• The brake pedal is depressed.
• ESC (Electronic Stability Control)

is activated.

• ESC (Electronic Stability Control)

malfunctions.

• The tire pressure is low or a tire is

damaged.

• The brake is reworked.

• The vehicle abruptly changes driv-

ing direction.

• The vehicle makes sharp lane

changes.

• The vehicle sharply stops.
• Temperature is extremely low

around the vehicle.

• The vehicle severely vibrates while

driving over a bumpy road,
uneven/bumpy road, or concrete
patch.

• The vehicle drives on a slippery

surface due to snow, water puddle,
or ice.

• Lane Keeping Assist or Lane

Departure Warning do not operate
normally. (if equipped)
For more information refer to "Lane
Keeping Assist" in this chapter.

• Driving on a curve
Blind-Spot Collision Warning and
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not operate properly
when driving on a curved road. In
certain instances the function may
not detect the vehicle in the next
lane.
Always pay attention to road and
driving conditions, while driving.

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Blind-Spot Collision Warning and
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not operate properly
when driving on a curved road. In
certain instances the function may
recognize a vehicle in the same lane.
Always pay attention to road and
driving conditions, while driving.

• Driving where the road is merg-

ing/dividing

Blind-Spot Collision Warning and
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not operate properly
when driving where the road is merg-
ing/dividing. In certain instances the
function may not detect the vehicle in
the next lane.
Always pay attention to road and
driving conditions, while driving.

• Driving on a slope
Blind-Spot Collision Warning and
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not operate properly
when driving on a slope. In certain
instances the function may not
detect the vehicle in the next lane.
Also, in certain instances the func-
tion may wrongly recognize the
ground or structures.
Always pay attention to road and
driving conditions, while driving.

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• Driving where the heights of the

lanes are different

Blind-Spot Collision Warning and
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not operate properly
when driving where the heights of
the lanes are different.
In certain instances, the function
may not detect the vehicle on a road
with different lane heights (under-
pass joining section, grade separat-
ed intersections, etc.).
Always pay attention to road and
driving conditions, while driving.

[A] : noise barrier, [B] : guardrail

• Driving where there is a structure

beside the road

Blind-Spot Collision Warning and
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance
Assist may not operate properly
when driving where there is structure
beside the road.
In certain instances, the function
may wrongly recognize the struc-
tures (noise barriers, guardrail, dou-
ble guardrail, median strip, bollard,
street light, road sign, tunnel wall,
etc.) beside the road.
Always pay attention to road and
driving conditions, while driving.

Information

This device complies with Part 15 of
the FCC rules. 

Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:

1. This device may not cause harmful

interference.

2. This device must accept any inter-

ference received, including interfer-
ence that may cause undesired
operation.

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Driver Attention Warning displays the
condition of the driver's fatigue level
and inattentive driving practices.

Driver Attention Warning set-
ting and activation

Function setting

• Driver Attention Warning is set to

be in the ON position, when your
vehicle is first delivered to you from
the factory.

• To turn ON Driver Attention

Warning , turn on the vehicle, and
then select "Vehicle settings 

Driver Assistance 

→ 

Driver

Attention Warning 

High

Sensitivity/ Normal Sensitivity" on
the infotainment system screen.

• The driver can select Driver

Attention Warning mode.
- Off : Driver Attention Warning is

deactivated.

Normal Sensitivity :

Driver

Attention Warning alerts the driv-
er of his/her fatigue level or inat-
tentive driving practices.

- High Sensitivity : Driver Attention

Warning alerts the driver of
his/her fatigue level or inattentive
driving practices faster than
Normal mode.

• The set-up of Driver Attention

Warning will be maintained, as
selected, when the vehicle is re-
started.

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• The driver can monitor their driving

conditions on the cluster display.
The Driver Attention Warning
screen will appear when you select
the Driving Assist mode tab on the
cluster display if the function is
activated.

(For more details, refer

to "Cluster Display Modes" in
chapter 3.)

• The driver's attention level is dis-

played on the scale of 1 to 5. The
lower the level is, the more inatten-
tive the driver is.

• The level decreases when the driv-

er does not take a break for a cer-
tain period of time.

• The level increases when the driv-

er attentively drives for a certain
period of time.

• When the driver turns on the func-

tion while driving, it displays 'Last
Break time' and level.

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• Type B

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Take a break

• The "Consider taking a break"

message appears on the cluster
display and a warning sounds in
order to suggest the driver to take
a break, when the driver’s attention
level is below 1.

• Driver Attention Warning does not

suggest the driver to take a break,
when the total driving time is short-
er than 10 minutes.

Resetting Driver Attention
Warning

• The last break time is set to 00:00

and the driver's attention level is
set to 5 (very attentive) when the
driver resets Driver Attention
Warning system.

• Driver Attention Warning resets the

last break time to 00:00 and the
driver's attention level to 5 in the
following situations.
- The vehicle is turned OFF.
- The driver unfastens the seat belt

and then opens the driver's door.

- The vehicle is stopped for more

than 10 minutes.

• Driver Attention Warning operates

again, when the driver restarts
driving.

Driver Attention Warning
standby

Driver Attention Warning enters the
ready status and displays the
'Standby' screen in the following situ-
ations.
- The camera does not detect the

lane.

- Driving speed remains under 38

mph (60 km/h) or over 112 mph
(180 km/h).

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Driver Attention Warning mal-
function

Check Driver Attention Warning
(DAW) system

When the "Check Driver Attention
Warning (DAW) system" warning
message appears, the function is not
working properly. In this case, we rec-
ommend that you have the vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.

The Driver Attention Warning
(DAW) utilizes the camera sensor
on the front windshield for its
operation. To keep the camera
sensor in the best condition, you
should observe the followings:
• NEVER install any accessories

or stickers on the front wind-
shield, nor tint the front wind-
shield.

• NEVER locate any reflective

objects (for example,

white

paper, mirror) over the dash-
board. Any light reflection may
cause a malfunction of Driver
Attention Warning.

• Pay extreme caution to keep the

camera sensor out of water.

• NEVER disassemble the camera

assembly, nor apply any impact
on the camera assembly.

NOTICE

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Driver Attention Warning is
not a substitute for safe driv-
ing practices, but a conven-
ience function only. It is the
responsibility of the driver to
always drive cautiously to
prevent unexpected and sud-
den situations from occur-
ring. Pay attention to the road
conditions at all times.

The function may suggest a
break according to the dri-
ver's driving pattern or habits
even if the driver doesn't feel
fatigue.

The driver, who feels fatigued,
should take a break, even
though there is no break sug-
gestion by Driver Attention
Warning.

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• Do not disassemble the camera

temporarily for tinted window or
attaching any types of coatings
and accessories.
If you disassemble a camera and
assemble it again, we recom-
mend that you take your vehicle
to an authorized HYUNDAI deal-
er and have the function
checked for calibration.

Driver Attention Warning may
not properly operate with limit-
ed alerting in the following situ-
ations:

The lane detection perform-
ance is limited. (For more
information, refer to "Lane
Keeping Assist (LKA)" in this
chapter.) 

The vehicle is violently driven
or is abruptly turned for
obstacle avoidance (for exam-
ple, construction area, other
vehicles,

fallen objects,

bumpy road).

Forward drivability of the
vehicle is severely under-
mined (possibly due to wide
variation in tire pressures,
uneven tire wear-out, toe-
in/toe-out alignment).

CAUTION

The vehicle drives on a curvy
road.

The vehicle drives through a
windy area.

The vehicle drives on a
bumpy road.

The vehicle is controlled by
the following driving assist
systems:
- Lane Keeping Assist
- Forward  Collision-Avoidance

Assist

- Smart Cruise Control
- Lane Following Assist

Playing the vehicle audio sys-
tem at high volume may offset
the Driver Attention Warning
warning sounds.

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Blind-Spot View Monitor is designed
to help safe driving by providing
broader view than the outside
rearview mirrors by displaying
rear/side area view on the cluster
when the driver turns on the turn sig-
nal to change lane.
The function shows the following
vehicle on the corresponding side
using the cameras at the outside
rearview mirrors when the driver
turns on the turn signal to change
lane.

Operating conditions

With the vehicle on, select the
"Driver assistance 

Blind-spot

safety 

Blind-spot view" from the

vehicle settings in the infotainment
system screen. Then the correspon-
ding left or right side of the vehicle
will be displayed on the cluster if the
driver turns on the turn signal while
driving.

Blind-Spot View Monitor 
operation

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Operate the turn signal while driving
and the corresponding left or right
side rear view will be shown on the
cluster.

Blind-Spot View Monitor 
warning

This message is displayed if the
camera recognition function cannot
detect the following vehicle due to
the weather condition and the func-
tion may not operate properly.
Check the surrounding condition
visually and with the outside
rearview mirrors when driving.

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Cruise indicator

Set speed

Vehicle distance

Smart Cruise Control allows you to
program the vehicle to maintain con-
stant speed and minimum distance
between the vehicle ahead.
Smart Cruise Control will automati-
cally adjust your vehicle speed to
maintain your programmed speed
and following distance without requir-
ing you to depress the accelerator or
brake pedals.

Smart Cruise Control Switch

: Turns Smart Cruise Control

on or off.

RES+: Resumes or increases Smart

Cruise Control speed.

SET-: Sets or decreases Smart

Cruise Control speed.

: Sets vehicle distance.

O : Cancels Smart Cruise Control

operation.

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For your safety, please read the
owner's manual before using
Smart Cruise Control.

WARNING  

Smart Cruise Control is not a
substitute for safe driving prac-
tices, but a convenience func-
tion only. It is the responsibility
of the driver to always check the
speed and distance to the vehi-
cle ahead.

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Smart Cruise Control speed

To set Smart Cruise Control
speed

1. Push the 

button on the

steering wheel to turn the function
on. The cruise indicator will illumi-
nate.

Information

First, switch the mode to Smart
Cruise Control by pressing the

button.

The mode changes, as below, whenev-
er the 

button is pressed.  

2. Accelerate to the desired speed.

The Smart Cruise Control speed

can be set as follows :
• 6 mph (10 km/h) ~ 105 mph (170

km/h): when there is no vehicle
in front

• 0 mph (0 km/h) ~ 105 mph (170

km/h): when there is a vehicle in
front

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3. Push the switch down (SET-). The

Set Speed and Vehicle Distance
on the cluster display will illumi-
nate.

4. Release the accelerator pedal.

The desired speed will automati-
cally be maintained.

If there is a vehicle in front of you, the
speed may decrease to maintain the
distance to the vehicle ahead.
On a steep grade, the vehicle may
slow down or speed up slightly while
going uphill or downhill.

Information

• Vehicle speed may decrease on an

upward slope and increase on a
downward slope.

• When you are setting the cruise con-

trol speed, with a vehicle in front
and your vehicle speed is between 0
~ 20 mph (0 ~ 30 km/h), the speed
will set to 20 mph (30 km/h). 

To increase Smart Cruise
Control set speed

Follow either of these procedures:
• Push the switch up (RES+), and

release it immediately. The cruising
speed will increase by 1 mph (1
km/h) each time you move the
switch up in this manner.

• Push the switch up (RES+), and

hold it. Your vehicle set speed will
increase by 5 mph (10 km/h).
Release the switch at the speed
you want.

• You can increase the set speed to

105 mph (170 km/h).

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To decrease the Smart Cruise
Control set speed

Follow either of these procedures:
• Push the switch down (SET-), and

release it immediately. The cruising
speed will decrease by 1 km/h (1 1
mph (1 km/h) each time you move
the switch down in this manner.

• Push the switch down (SET-), and

hold it. Your vehicle set speed will
decrease by  5 mph (10 km/h).
Release the switch at the speed you
want.

• You can decrease the set speed to

20 mph (30 km/h).

To temporarily accelerate with
Smart Cruise Control on

If you want to speed up temporarily
when Smart Cruise Control is on,
depress the accelerator pedal.
Increased speed will not interfere
with Smart Cruise Control operation
or change the set speed.
To return to the set speed, take your
foot off the accelerator pedal.
If you push the switch down (SET-) at
increased speed, the set speed will
be set again.

Information

Be careful when accelerating tem-
porarily, because the speed is not con-
trolled automatically at this time even
if there is a vehicle in front of you.

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Check the driving condition
before using the switch. Driving
speed sharply increases, when
you push up and hold the
switch.

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Smart Cruise Control will be
temporarily canceled when:

Cancelled manually

• Depressing the brake pedal.
• Pushing the O button located on

the steering wheel.

Smart Cruise Control turns off tem-
porarily when the Set Speed and
Vehicle-to-Vehicle Distance indicator
on the cluster display turns off.
The cruise indicator is illuminated
continuously.

Cancelled automatically

• The driver's door is opened.
• The vehicle is shifted to N

(Neutral), R (Reverse) or P (Park).

• The parking brake is applied.
• The vehicle speed is over 110 mph

(180 km/h).

• The ESC (Electronic Stability

Control), TCS (Traction Control
System) or ABS is operating.

• The ESC is turned off.
• The sensor or the cover is dirty or

blocked with foreign matter.

• The vehicle is stopped for a certain

period of time.

• The vehicle stops and goes repeat-

edly for a long period of time.

• The accelerator pedal is continu-

ously depressed for a long period
of time.

• The driver starts driving by pushing

the switch up (RES+)/down  (SET-)
or depressing the accelerator
pedal, after the vehicle is stopped
by the Smart Cruise Control with
no other vehicle ahead.

• The driver starts driving by pushing

the switch up (RES+)/down  (SET-)
or depressing the accelerator
pedal, after stopping the vehicle
with a vehicle stopped far away in
front.

• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist

is activated.

Each of these actions will cancel the
Smart Cruise Control operation. The
Set Speed and Vehicle-to-Vehicle
Distance on the cluster display will
go off.

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In a condition Smart Cruise Control
is cancelled automatically, Smart
Cruise Control will not resume even
though the RES+ or SET- switch is
pushed.

Information

If Smart Cruise Control is cancelled
by other than the reasons mentioned,
we recommend that the function be
checked by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.

Smart Cruise Control cancelled

If the function is cancelled, the warn-
ing chime will sound and a message
will appear for a few seconds.
You must adjust the vehicle speed by
depressing the accelerator or brake
pedal according to the road condition
ahead and driving condition.
Always check the road conditions.
Do not rely on the warning chime.

To resume Smart Cruise Control
set speed

If any method other than the cruise
switch was used to cancel cruising
speed and the function is still activat-
ed, the cruising speed will automati-
cally resume when you push the
switch up (RES+) or down (SET-).
If you push the switch up (RES+), the
speed will resume to the recently set
speed. However, if vehicle speed
drops below 6 mph (10 km/h), it will
resume when there is a vehicle in
front of your vehicle.

Information

Always check the road conditions
when you push the switch up (RES+)
to resume speed.

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To turn Smart Cruise Control off

• Pushing the 

button. The

cruise indicator will go off.
- With Smart Cruise Control on,

pressing the button once will turn
Off the Smart Cruise Control and
turn on the Speed Limit Control.

- With the Smart Cruise Control off

and Speed Limit Control on,
pressing the button will turn off
both system.

Information

The mode changes, as below, whenev-
er the 

button is pressed. 

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Take the following precautions :

Always set the vehicle speed
under the speed limit in your
country.

If Smart Cruise Control is left
on, (

indicator light

in the instrument cluster is illu-
minated)

Smart Cruise

Control can be activated unin-
tentionally. Keep Smart Cruise
Control off (

indica-

tor light OFF) when Smart
Cruise Control is not in use, to
avoid inadvertently setting a
speed.

Use Smart Cruise Control
only when traveling on open
highways in good weather.
- When driving on rainy, icy, or

snow-covered roads

- When driving on a steep

downhill or uphill

- When driving in windy areas
- When driving in parking lots

WARNING  

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Smart Cruise Control Vehicle-
to-Vehicle Distance

To set Vehicle-to-Vehicle
Distance

When the Smart Cruise Control is
ON, you can set and maintain the
distance from the vehicle ahead of
you without pressing the accelerator
or brake pedal.
Each time the button is pressed, the
vehicle to vehicle distance changes
as follows:

For example, if you drive at 56 mph
(90 km/h), the distance maintain as
follows:
Distance 4 – approximately 172 ft.

(52.5 m)

Distance 3 – approximately 131 ft.

(40 m)

Distance 2 – approximately 106 ft.

(32.5 m)

Distance 1 – approximately 82 ft.

(25 m)

Information

The distance is set to the last set dis-
tance when the function is used for the
first time after starting the vehicle.

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barriers

- When driving on a sharp

curve

- When driving with limited

view (possibly due to bad
weather, such as fog, snow,
rain or sandstorm)

- When the vehicle sensing

ability decreases due to
vehicle modification result-
ing level difference of the
vehicle's front and rear

Unexpected situations may
lead to possible accidents. Pay
attention continuously to road
conditions and driving even
when Smart Cruise Control is
being operated.

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Distance 3

Distance 2

Distance 1 

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When the lane ahead is clear:

The vehicle speed will maintain the
set speed.

When there is a vehicle ahead
of you in your lane:

• Your vehicle speed will slow down

or speed up to maintain the select-
ed distance.

• If the vehicle ahead speeds up,

your vehicle will travel at a steady
cruising speed after accelerating to
the set speed.

• If distance from the front vehicle

has been changed due to acceler-
ating or decelerating of front vehi-
cle, the distance on the cluster dis-
play may be changed.

Distance 4

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Distance 3

Distance 1

Distance 2

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When using Smart Cruise
Control:

The warning message
appears and warning chime
sounds if the vehicle is unable
to maintain the selected dis-
tance from the vehicle ahead.

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If the warning message
appears and warning chime
sounds, depress the brake
pedal to actively adjust the
vehicle speed, and the dis-
tance to the vehicle ahead.

Even if the warning message
does not appear and warning
chime does not sound, always
pay attention to the driving
conditions to prevent danger-
ous situations from occur-
ring.

Playing the vehicle audio sys-
tem at high volume may offset
the function warning sounds.

Type B

If the vehicle ahead (vehicle
speed: less than 18 mph (30
km/h)) disappears to the next
lane, the warning chime will
sound and a message "Watch
for surrounding vehicles" will
appear.

CAUTION

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In traffic situation

Use switch or pedal to accelerate

• In traffic, your vehicle will stop if the

vehicle ahead of you stops. Also, if
the vehicle ahead of you starts
moving, your vehicle will start as
well. However, if the vehicle stops
for more than 3 seconds, you must
depress the accelerator pedal or
push up the switch  (RES+) or
push down the switch (SET-) to
start driving.

• If you push the switch (RES+ or

SET-) while Auto Hold and
advanced Smart Cruise Control is
operating the Auto Hold will be
released regardless of accelerator
pedal operation and the vehicle will
start to move. The AUTO HOLD
indicator changes from green to
white. (if equipped with EPB
(Electronic Parking Brake))

Adjust your vehicle speed for
vehicles or objects that can
suddenly appear in front of you
by depressing the brake pedal.
Always pay attention to the road
condition ahead.

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