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Check out all the Hyundai SmartSense™ technology in the New Santa Fe.
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA)
Combining radar and camera data, the FCA system autonomously activates the brakes when it detects dangerous and sudden braking by the car ahead or pedestrians on the road. The New Santa Fe also adds in Junction Assist which enables the FCA system to scan junctions for potential hazards.
Blind-Spot Collision Avoidance (BCA)
When driving at a speed of 30km/h or higher, the BCA function will alert the driver to vehicles that enter the blind-spot, including during lane changes. Compared to traditional blind-spot warning systems this advanced safety features will also actively provide steering and braking assistance if a potential collision is detected.
Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)
LKA provides steering intervention to assist the vehicle to stay in the centre of the lane. When the vehicle strays from the intended lane without indicators being activated, an audible and visual warning will be sounded. Also included is Lane Following Assist (LFA) which provides low speed steering assistance.
Smart Cruise Control (SCC) with stop & go
The Hyundai Smart Cruise Control system can help you slow down or stop to stay with the flow of traffic. What’s more, when paired with Stop and Go, Smart Cruise Control can even set your Hyundai back in motion, bringing you back up to speed while maintaining a safe distance.
Driver Attention Warning (DAW)
A driver protection feature that helps monitor driving patterns to detect reckless or fatigued driving and prevent potential accidents. The system analyses various vehicle signals like steering angle, steering torque, vehicle's positioning in the lane, and driving time. If the system detects inattentive driving patterns, an audible sound and message on the display panel will bring this to the driver’s attention.
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning (RCCW)
RCCA helps to prevent collisions while backing out from perpendicular parking spaces by detecting and alerting the driver about cross-traffic vehicles passing the rear of the vehicle, using side radars installed in the back. This system goes one step further compared to traditional systems and will actively intervene with braking should a potential collision be detected.