List of SmartSense Features
Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM)
The Blind-Spot View Monitor makes lane changing in traffic much less stressful. Working like a second set of eyes, the BVM is activated by your indicators, picking up any blind spot traffic and alerting you with real-time video on your digital supervision cluster screen.
Driver Attention Warning (DAW)
If you’re driving tired or distracted, this can be a real lifesaver. If the DAW system detects erratic steering, sudden braking or vague lane changing, you’ll get an audio and video driving alert from your instrument cluster. It may even advise you to take a break on a long drive.
Leading Vehicle Departure Alert (LVDA)
In stop/start traffic if you don’t notice the car ahead moving off, the Leading Vehicle Departure Alert will sound a gentle chime to remind you to go from brake to accelerator. If the kids are a distraction, it’s a great courtesy feature.
Parking Collision-avoidance Assist-Rear (PCA-R)
This parking guidance system warns you of any potential hazards including pedestrians when you’re reverse parking. Visual and audio alarms will alert you if you’re getting too close and if necessary, the PCA-R will activate emergency braking to prevent a collision.
Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)
To ensure rear seat occupants aren’t left behind, Rear Occupant Alert emits a warning chime and a visual message to “check rear seats” when the driver parks and opens their door. A great reassurance for any parent.
Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA)
Ever found yourself ‘parked in’ where cars are so close either side you can’t get into yours? With Remote Smart Parking Assist, you simply tap your smart-key and stand by as your Hyundai drives itself straight out of that tight spot. Better still, it can drive straight into tight parking spots exactly the same way. Now that’s stress-free parking.
Safe Exit Assist (SEA)
Safe Exit Assist makes it so much safer for rear seat passengers exiting via road-facing doors. If it senses a car approaching from behind it will keep the electronic child safety lock engaged until danger passes. If a rear passenger opens their door as a vehicle approaches it will sound a warning chime and also alert the driver in the cluster.
Lane Following Assist (LFA).
With Lane Follow Assist operating you needn’t worry about drifitng out of your lane because it monitors lane markings and upfront traffic and provides gentle steering assistance to keep you safely in the center of your lane.
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist Junction Turning (FCA-JT).
Turning into oncoming traffic at a road junction is made safer with the FCA front camera/radar system. As soon as your indicator is turned on, the system detects any oncoming obstacles such as vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians and alerts you to take extra care. If danger is imminent, it applies emergency braking to avoid an impact.
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA)
When the car ahead is too close for comfort, Forward Collision Avoidance Assist will alert the driver, and if necessary will apply the brakes to avoid a potential collision. It can even pick up pedestrians walking in front.
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA)
It can be difficult to see oncoming traffic when backing out of a carspace. RCCA’s sensors detect vehicles approaching from both sides and instantly give audible and visual alerts. If necessary, it will automatically brake to avoid an impact.
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning (RCCW)
Lane Keeping Assist - Line/Road-Edge (LKA-L/R)
Accidentally straying from your driving lane can be hazardous -which is why Hyundai’s Lane Keeping Assist – Line/Road Edge system is such a reassuring safety feature. Using the windshield mounted camera to detect line markings and road edges the two modes work to monitor your car’s position in the lane, and should you stray without using the indicators, audible and visual warning will activate. LKA will correct your steering back into the lane safely if you fail to react to the warning at speeds over 60kph.
High Beam Assist (HBA)
This courteous and convenient feature scans the road ahead for approaching headlights, then automatically adjusts yours to low beam, then back to high when there’s no oncoming headlights.
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA)
Should a car, bike or pedestrian stray in front of you, the radar and windsceen mounted camera will detect they’re too close for comfort and automatically apply the brakes as appropriate to avoid a collision. Like a second set of eyes, this system uses radar sensors in the rear bumper to look out for vehicles in the drivers rear spot. When BCA-R detects a vehicle in those blind spots (including when a driver is exiting out of a parrallel kerbside space), it provides visual and audible alerts, and if it detects a potential collision, it initiates active avoidance steering manoeuvres to steer the Santa Fe out of harm's way.
Blind-Spot Collision Warning (BCW)
If a vehicle is travelling in your blind spot and you haven’t already noticed before indicating, radar sensors on the rear bumper will detect a vehicle next to or diagonally behind you, whilst warning lights in the side mirrors and an audible alert will notify you to avoid a collision
Lane-Change Oncoming / Lane-Change Side (FCA-LO/LS)
The head-on collision is the most frightening of all and this system helps you avoid those by assisting your steering (both warning and emergency steering) if you’re in the path of an oncoming vehicle whilst driving between 40 and 145kph and relative speed is below 200kph.
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist (ISLA)
Why stress about going over the speed limit inadvertantly when you can set the vehicle’s speed for added safety. Simply long-hold the cruise control button on the steering wheel, then set the desired speed using the speed toggle. Engine power is now limited and if speed is exceeded a warning chime rings. With the addition of Intelligent Speed Limit Assist speed limit road signs can be read and displayed within the cluster for later reference.
Multi-Collision Braking (MCB)
When a frontal/side collision is sufficient to activate the vehicle’s airbags, the Multi-Collision Braking system springs to life to protect yours. Multiple sensors and controllers work together to prevent secondary accidents. Wheel speed sensors and the Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) measure the car’s current speed and ‘reads the pedals’ to see if the driver is pressing the brake or accelerator after the deployment of the airbags. If not, the Electronic Stability Control (ESC) intervenes to safely slow the vehicle to a safe halt.
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning (RCCW)
If your view is obscured when reversing out of a parking space it can be stressful. However, with Rear Cross Traffic Collision Warning system, you’re alerted to any close-by vehicles so you can halt your progress.
Rear Occupant Alert (ROA) - Advanced
The Artificial Intelligence in Hyundai’s Smart Cruise Control learns your personal driving patterns such as preferred inter-vehicle distances and acceleration patterns then delivers your ideal driving style back to you. (It feels like you’re chauffering yourself).
Surround View Monitor (SVM) with 3D View Function
Imagine how easy parking would be with the help of a 360 degree bird’s eye view of your vehicle on the multimedia touchscreen. High resolution cameras give you a complete picture of your environment for easy parking even in complex situations.
Steering wheel with Haptic feedback
Your Hyundai’s ability to sense if you’re drifting out of your lane is an invaluable safety feature. Now it is even more protective with Haptic feedback – where the steering wheel will vibrate in your hands as an added or optional alert to visual and auditory warnings when it senses you’re veering out of your lane and into potential danger.