Santa Fe offers a suite of advanced safety technologies evoking a strong sense of protection. The new Santa Fe offers relaxation and protection with its standard safety features.
Roads and other drivers can be unpredictable, and one of your biggest challenges is avoiding the dangers and obstacles you don’t see coming. That’s why we integrate Hyundai SmartSense™ – our cutting-edge Advanced Driver Assistance Systems – into our cars, to provide safety for you and peace of mind for those you love. Comprised of sensors, cameras, alerts and alarms, plus brilliant software that ties them all together, Hyundai SmartSense™ keeps a watchful eye out for you, your passengers and other road users.
If there's danger of a collision with a car or a pedestrian, FCA's front camera gives you an early warning and if necessary, the brakes will be automatically applied to prevent the collision.
Radar sensors in the rear bumper are used to warn the driver of approaching vehicles in the blind spot.
Radar sensors in the rear bumper monitor cross traffic approaching from left and right side of the vehicle during reverse maneuvers, and if necessary apply warning.
You set the speed and SCC maintains it while keeping you in a safe distance away from the vehicle ahead without requiring application of the accelerator or brake pedal.
LKA with LFA keeps you safely centred within the lane using its front view camera to monitor lane markers. On detecting an unintentional lane departure, a warning is triggered and, if necessary, LKA will automatically provide corrective steering input to keep you within the lane.
This feature acts like a digital co-pilot, analyzing driving patterns using vehicle data such as steering angle, steering torque and vehicle position in the traffic lane as you drive. If the system detects driver fatigue or inattention, it presents an audible tone or visual alert on the instrument panel.
The Santa Fe's senses are always looking out for you. SEA provides a warning if a vehicle approaching from the rear side is detected as the occupant opens the door to exit the vehicle. If you attempt to deactivate the child safety lock in such situations, SEA will override you to keep the rear doors closed.
Signalling left or right on the Santa Fe will activate the Blind-spot View Monitor. BVM provides images of the vehicle’s rear blind spot on the cluster, making lane changes safe and easy.
This system monitors the Santa Fe's rear doors opening and closing so nothing is accidentally left behind inside the vehicle. When the driver stops the engine and opens their door to exit, ROA will display a "Check rear seats" warning message in the supervision cluster if something is left behind.