The Blind spot detection (BSD) system alerts the driver when there is an object in a blind spot
that is not visible through the side mirrors and makes a second alert if the driver turns on the
turn signal and attempts to make a lane change.
Electronic stability control (ESC) is a system that compares a driver’s desired course of
direction with the actual direction to help guide the vehicle according to the driver’s intentions.
It is particularly effective in stabilizing lateral movement in sudden turns and thereby provides
a safer ride.
See better on a curve with Static bending lights (SBL) that increase visibility when turning.
It provides illumination for previous blind spots when making turns for greater visibility.
Hill-start assist control (HAC) lets you get a safe start on an uphill incline without rolling