The all-new Tucson offers an improved and expanded range of SmartSense technologies. The capabilities of Hyundai SmartSense technologies are continually being expanded and improved to make driving ever more safer and easier.
While traveling at a speed set by you, it uses radars to maintain a safe distance from the car ahead. Your Hyundai uses the front-mounted radar sensor to monitor vehicles ahead and automatically maintains a pre-set speed and safe distance to the vehicle in front, by regulating the throttle and applying the brakes when needed.
Front view camera and front radar are in place to warn the driver of imminent collisions with other vehicles, or even certain types of objects; and if necessary apply emergency braking to prevent from collision.
When operating the turn signal switch to change lanes, if there is a risk of collision with a rear side vehicle, your vehicle provides a warning. After the warning, if the risk of collision increases, it automatically controls the vehicle to help avoid a collision.
Reversing out of car parks just became easier. When in reverse, the rear sensors are activated to monitor approaching traffic existing parking spots. When a vehicle approaches a blind-spot, an audible warning will sound along with a visual in the dash cluster. After the warning, if the risk of collision increases, your vehicle automatically assists with emergency braking.
Using the front-view camera to detect lane markers on the road, this feature assists the driver's steering to help keep the vehicle centered inside the lane at speeds between 0 and 180 km/h.
A steering assist function that detects lane markings to monitor the vehicle’s position in the lane. Should the vehicle stray from the intended lane without activating the indicators, an audible and visual warning will be sounded and where required, will provide steering intervention to keep the vehicle in the centre of the lane.