Hyundai Santa Fe (TM): Head-Up Display (HUD) - Convenience featuresHyundai Santa Fe (TM): Head-Up Display (HUD)

The Head-Up Display is an optional feature that allows the driver to view information projected onto a transparent screen while still keeping your eyes safely on the road ahead while driving.

Head-up display settings

  • Head-up display can be enabled from the Settings menu in the User Settings mode on the instrument cluster LCD display. Select:
    - Setup -> Head-Up Display -> Enable Head-Up Display
  • After turning on the head-up display, you can change the settings of ‘Display Height’ and ‘Content Selection’ of the Head-Up Display.

Head-up display information

1. Turn by Turn (TBT) navigation
2. Traffic
3. Speedometer
4. SCC set speed
5. SCC Vehicle distance
6. Highway Driving Assist
7. Lane Following Assist
8. Lane Safety
9. Blind-Spot Safety
10. Highway Auto Speed Change

Information

If you select Turn By Turn (TBT) navigation information as Head-Up Display contents, the Turn By Turn (TBT) navigation information will not be displayed in the instrument cluster LCD display.

Precautions while using the head-up display

  • It may sometimes be difficult to read information on the Head-Up Display in the following situations.
    - The driver is improperly positioned in the driver’s seat
    - The driver wears polarizing-filter sunglasses
    - An object is located above the head-up display cover
    - The vehicle is driven on a wet road
    - Any improper lighting accessory is installed inside the vehicle, or there is incoming light from outside of the vehicle
    - The driver wears glasses
    - The driver wears contact lenses
    When it is difficult to read the Head- Up Display information, adjust the image height or brightness level from the Settings menu in the infotainment system screen.
  • For your safety, make sure to stop the vehicle before adjusting the settings.
  • Do not tint the front windshield glass or add other types of metallic coating. Otherwise, the Head-Up Display image may be invisible.
  • Do not place any accessories on the crash pad or attach any objects on the windshield glass.
  • When replacing the front windshield glass, replace it with a windshield glass designed for Head-Up Display operation. Otherwise, duplicated images may be displayed on the windshield glass.

WARNING

Blind-Spot Collision Warning warnings on the Head-Up Display are supplemental. Do not solely depend on them to change lanes. Always take a look around before changing lanes.

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