Hyundai Santa Fe (TM): Parking Safety - Driver assistance systemHyundai Santa Fe (TM): Parking Safety

Rear View Monitor (RVM)

Rear View Monitor will show the area behind the vehicle to assist you when parking or backing up.

Camera

[1] : Rear view camera

Refer to the picture above for the detailed location of the camera.

System settings

Camera settings

  • You can change Rear View Monitor ‘Display Contents’ or ‘Display Settings’ by touching the setup icon () on the screen while Rear View Monitor is operating, or selecting ‘Driver Assistance → Parking Safety → Camera Settings’ from the Settings menu while the engine is on.
  • In the Display Contents, you can change settings for ‘Rear View’, and in the Display Settings, you can change the screen’s ‘Brightness’ and ‘Contrast’.

System operation

Operating button

Parking/View button

Press the Parking/View button (1) to turn on Rear View Monitor.

Press the button again to turn off the system.

Rear view

Operating conditions

  • Shift the gear to R (Reverse), the image will appear on the screen.
  • Press the Parking/View button (1) while the gear is in P (Park), the image will appear on the screen. However, parking guidance is not displayed.

Off conditions

  • The rear view cannot be turned off when the gear is in R (Reverse).
  • Press the Parking/View button (1) again while the gear is in P (Park) with the rear view on the screen, the rear view will turn off.
  • Shift the gear from R (Reverse) to P (Park), the rear view will turn off.

Maintaining rear view

The rear view will maintain showing on the screen to help you when parking. However, parking guidance is not displayed.

Operating conditions

Shift the gear from R (Reverse) to N (Neutral) or D (Drive), the rear view will appear on the screen.

Off conditions

  • When vehicle speed is above 6 mph (10 km/h), the rear view will turn off.
  • Shift the gear to P (Park), the rear view will turn off.

Rear top view

When you touch the icon, the top view is displayed on the screen and shows the distance from the vehicle in the back of your vehicle while parking.

System malfunction and limitations

System malfunction

When Rear View Monitor is not working properly, or the screen flickers, or the camera image does not display normally, we recommend that the system be inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

Limitations of the system

When the vehicle is stopped for a long time in winter or when the vehicle is parked in an indoor parking lot, the exhaust fumes may temporarily blur the image.

WARNING

  • The rear view camera does not cover the complete area behind the vehicle. The driver should always check the rear area directly through the inside and side view mirror before parking or backing up.
  • The image shown on the screen may differ from the actual distance of the object. Make sure to directly check the vehicle's surroundings for safety.
  • Always keep the rear view camera lens clean. If the lens is covered with foreign material, it may adversely affect camera performance and Rear View Monitor may not operate normally.

Surround View Monitor (SVM)

Surround View Monitor can help assist in parking using the cameras installed on the vehicle and displays images around the vehicle through the infotainment system screen.

  • Parking Assist View function helps the driver to see the surroundings of the vehicle in a parking situation in various view modes.

Camera

[1] : SVM-front view camera, [2],[3] : SVM-side view camera (under the side view mirror), [4] : SVM-rear view camera

Refer to the picture above for the detailed location of the cameras.

System settings

Camera settings

  • You can change Surround View Monitor ‘Display Contents’ or ‘Display Settings’ by touching the setup icon () on the screen while Surround View Monitor is operating, or selecting ‘Driver Assistance → Parking Safety → Camera Settings’ from the Settings menu while the engine is on.
  • In the Display Contents, you can change settings for ‘Top View Parking Guidance’, ‘Rear View Parking Guidance’ and ‘Parking Distance Warning’.
  • In the Display Settings, you can change the screen’s ‘Brightness’ and ‘Contrast’.

Top View Parking Guidance

  • When the ‘Top View Parking Guidance’ is selected, parking guidance is displayed on the right side of the Surround View Monitor screen.
  • You may see the front top view or the rear top view when using Top View Parking Guidance.

Rear View Parking Guidance

  • When the ‘Rear View Parking Guidance’ is selected, parking guidance is displayed in the rear view.
  • The horizontal guideline of the Rear View Parking Guidance shows the distance of 1.6 ft (0.5m), 3.3 ft (1 m) and 7.6 ft (2.3m) from the vehicle.

Parking Distance Warning

  • When the ‘Parking Distance Warning’ is selected, parking distance warning is displayed on the right side of the Surround View Monitor screen.
  • The image will be displayed only when Parking Distance Warning is warning the driver.

Surround View Monitor Auto On

With the engine on, select ‘Driver Assistance → Parking Safety → Surround View Monitor Auto On’ from the Settings menu to use the function.

To use this function, refer to “System Operation”.

System operation

Operating button

  • Press the Parking/View button (1) to turn on Surround View Monitor. Press the button again to turn off the system.
  • Other view modes can be selected by touching the view icons (2) on the Surround View Monitor screen.
  • When one of the infotainment system button (3) is pressed without the gear in R (Reverse), Surround View Monitor will turn off.

Front view

The front image is displayed on the screen when the gear is in N (Neutral) or D (Drive) to assist in parking. The front view has a top view/front view/side view.

Operating conditions

  • Front view function will operate when the following conditions are satisfied:
    -- While the infotainment system screen is being displayed, press the Parking/View button (1) briefly when the gear is in D (Drive) or N (Neutral) and vehicle speed is below 9 mph (15 km/h).
  • Surround View Monitor Auto On function will operate when the following conditions are satisfied:
    -- With ‘Driver Assistance → Parking Safety → Surround View Monitor Auto On’ selected from the Settings menu, the front parking assist view screen is displayed when Parking Distance Warning warns the driver while driving in D (Drive).

Off conditions

  • Press the Parking/View button (1) again, the image will turn off.
  • When vehicle speed is above 9 mph (15 km/h) with the gear in D (Drive), Surround View Monitor will turn off and the screen will change back to the previous infotainment system screen. Although you drive below 9 mph (15 km/h) again, Surround View Monitor will not turn on.
  • Press one of the infotainment system button (3), the screen will change to the infotainment system screen.
  • Shift the gear to P (Park), the image will turn off.

Rear view

The rear image is displayed on the screen when the gear is in R (Revers) or P (Park) to assist in parking. The rear view has a top view/rear view/side view.

Operating conditions

  • Shift the gear to R (Reverse), the image will appear on the screen.
  • Press the Parking/View button (1) while the gear is in P (Park), the image will appear on the screen. However, parking guidance is not displayed.

Off conditions

  • The image cannot be turned off when the gear is in R (Reverse).
  • Shift the gear from R (Reverse) to P (Park), the image will turn off.
  • Press the Parking/View button (1) again while the gear is in P (Park) with the image on the screen.

System malfunction and limitations

System malfunction

When Surround View Monitor is not working properly, or the screen flickers, or the camera image does not display normally, we recommend that the system be inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

Limitations of the system

  • When the vehicle is stopped for a long time in winter or when the vehicle is parked in an indoor parking lot, the exhaust fumes may temporarily blur the image.
  • The screen may be displayed abnormally, and an icon will appear at the top left side of the screen under the following circumstances:
    -- The liftgate is opened
    -- The driver or front passenger door is opened
    -- The side view mirror is folded

WARNING

  • ALWAYS look around your vehicle to make sure there are no objects or obstacles before moving the vehicle. What you see on the screen may differ from the actual vehicle’s location.
  • The image shown on the screen may differ from the actual distance of the object. Make sure to directly check the vehicle's surroundings for safety.
  • When the rear view is displayed while driving, an icon () appears at the top right side of the infotainment system screen to inform the driver the rear view is being displayed. Do not be confused with the front wide view image.
  • Surround View Monitor is designed to be used on a flat surface. Therefore, if used on roads with different heights such as curbs and speed bumps, the image in the screen my not look correct.
  • Always keep the camera lens clean. If the lens is covered with foreign material, it may adversely affect camera performance and Surround View Monitor may not operate normally.

Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA)

Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist is designed to help detect vehicles approaching from the left and right side while your vehicle is reversing, and warn the driver that a collision is imminent with a warning message and an audible warning. Also, braking is assisted to help prevent a collision.

[A] : Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning operating range, [B] : Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist operating range

CAUTION

The time of warning may vary depending on vehicle speed of the approaching vehicle.

Information

In the following text, Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning and Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist will be referred as Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system.

Detecting sensor

[1] : Rear corner radar

Refer to the picture above for the detailed location of the detecting sensors.

CAUTION

For more details on the precautions of the rear corner radar, refer to “Blind- Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA)” section in chapter 7.

System settings

Setting functions for the system

Rear Cross-Traffic Safety

With the engine on, select ‘Driver Assistance → Parking Safety → Rear Cross- Traffic Safety’ from the Settings menu to turn on Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system and deselect to turn off the system.

WARNING

When the engine is restarted, Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system will always turn on. However, if ‘Off’ is selected after the engine is restarted, the driver should always be aware of the surroundings and drive safely.

Information

Settings for Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system include Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning and Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist.

Warning Timing

With the engine on, select ‘Driver Assistance → Warning Timing’ from the Settings menu to change the initial warning activation time for Rear Cross- Traffic Safety system.

When the vehicle is first delivered, Warning Timing is set to ‘Normal’. If you change the Warning Timing, the warning time of other Driver Assistance systems may change.

Warning Volume

With the engine on, select ‘Driver Assistance → Warning Volume’ from the Settings menu to change the Warning Volume to ‘High’, ‘Medium’ or ‘Low’ for Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system.

If you change the Warning Volume, the Warning Volume of other Driver Assistance systems may change.

CAUTION

  • The setting of the Warning Timing and Warning Volume applies to all functions of the Rear Collision- Avoidance Assist.
  • Even though ‘Normal’ is selected for Warning Timing, if the vehicles from the left and right side approaches at high speed, the initial warning activation time may seem late.
  • Select ‘Late’ for Warning Timing when traffic is light and when driving speed is slow.

Information

If the engine is restarted, Warning Timing and Warning Volume will maintain the last setting.

System operation

System warning and control

Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system will warn and control the vehicle depending on collision level: ‘Collision Warning’, ‘Emergency Braking’ and ‘Stopping vehicle and ending brake control’.

Collision Warning

  • To warn the driver of an approaching vehicle from the rear left/right side of your vehicle, the warning light on the side view mirror will blink and a warning will appear on the cluster. At the same time, an audible warning will sound. If Rear View Monitor is operating, a warning will also appear on the infotainment system screen.
  • The system will operate when all the following conditions are satisfied:
    -- The gear is shifted to R (Reverse)
    -- Vehicle speed is below 5 mph (8 km/h)
    -- The approaching vehicle is within approximately 82 ft. (25 m) from the left or right side of your vehicle
    -- The speed of the vehicle approaching from the left and right is above 3 mph (5 km/h)

Information

If the operating conditions are satisfied, there will be a warning whenever the vehicle approaches from the left or right side even though your vehicle speed is 0 mph (0 km/h).

Emergency Braking

  • To warn the driver of an approaching vehicle from the rear left/right side of your vehicle, the warning light on the side view mirror will blink and, the 'Emergency Braking' warning message will appear on the cluster. At the same time, an audible warning will sound. If Rear View Monitor is operating, a warning will also appear on the infotainment system screen.
  • The system will operate when all the following conditions are satisfied:
    -- The gear is shifted to R (Reverse)
    -- Vehicle speed is below 5 mph (8 km/h)
    -- The approaching vehicle is within approximately 5 ft. (1.5 m) from the left or right side of your vehicle
    -- The speed of the vehicle approaching from the left and right is above 3 mph (5 km/h)
  • Emergency braking will be assisted to help prevent collision with approaching vehicles from the left and right.

WARNING

Brake control will end when:

-- The approaching vehicle is out of the detecting range
-- The approaching vehicle passes behind your vehicle
-- The approaching vehicle does not drive toward your vehicle
-- The approaching vehicle speed slows down
-- The driver depresses the brake pedal with sufficient power

Stopping vehicle and ending brake control

  • When the vehicle is stopped due to emergency braking, the ‘Drive carefully’ warning message will appear on the cluster.
  • For your safety, the driver should depress the brake pedal immediately and check the surroundings.
  • Brake control will end after the vehicle is stopped by emergency braking for approximately 2 seconds.
  • During emergency braking, braking control by the system will automatically cancel when the driver excessively depresses the brake pedal.

WARNING

Take the following precautions when using Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system:

  • For your safety, change the Settings after parking the vehicle at a safe location.
  • If any other system’s warning message is displayed or audible warning is generated, Rear Cross- Traffic Safety system’s warning message may not be displayed and audible warning may not be generated.
  • You may not hear the warning sound of Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system if the surrounding is noisy.
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system may not operate if the driver applies the brake pedal to avoid collision.
  • During Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system operation, the vehicle may stop suddenly injuring passengers and shifting loose objects. Always have the seat belt on and keep loose objects secured.
  • Even if there is a problem with Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system, the vehicle’s basic braking performance will operate normally.
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system does not operate in all situations or cannot avoid all collisions.
  • During emergency braking, braking control by the system will automatically cancel when the driver excessively depresses the accelerator pedal.
  • The driver is solely responsible to operate the vehicle in a safe manner. Do not solely depend on Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system. Rather, maintain a safe braking distance, and if necessary, depress the brake pedal to reduce driving speed or to stop the vehicle.
  • Never deliberately operate Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system on people, animal, objects, etc. It may cause serious injury or death.

CAUTION

The brake control may not operate properly depending on the status of ESC (Electronic Stability Control).

There will only be a warning when:

-- The ESC (Electronic Stability Control) warning light is on
-- ESC (Electronic Stability Control) is engaged in a different function

Information

  • If the system assists you with braking, the driver needs to pay attention as the brake assist will end within 2 seconds. The driver must immediately depress the brake pedal and check vehicle surroundings.
  • Brake control will end when the driver depresses the brake pedal with sufficient power.
  • After shifting the gear to R (Reverse), braking control will operate once for left and right vehicle approach.

System malfunction and limitations

System malfunction

When Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system is not working properly, the ‘Check Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system(s)’ warning message will appear on the cluster, and the system will turn off automatically or the system will be limited. We recommend that the system be inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

When the side view mirror warning light is not working properly, the ‘Check side view mirror warning light’ (or ‘Check outside mirror warning icon’) warning message will appear on the cluster. We recommend that the system be inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

System disabled

When the rear bumper around the rearside radar or sensor is covered with foreign material, such as snow or rain, or installing a trailer or carrier, it can reduce the detecting performance and temporarily limit or disable Rear Cross- Traffic Safety system.

If this occurs, the ‘Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system disabled. Radar blocked’ (or ‘Rear cross-traffic safety functions disabled. Radar blocked’) warning message will appear on the cluster.

The system will operate normally when such foreign material or trailer, etc. is removed.

If the system does not operate normally after it is removed, we recommend that the system be inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

WARNING

  • Even though the warning message does not appear on the cluster, Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system may not operate properly.
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system may not operate properly in an area (for example: open terrain), where any substance are not detected after turning ON the engine.

CAUTION

Turn off Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system to install a trailer, carrier, etc., or remove the trailer, carrier, etc. to use Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system.

Limitations of the system

Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system may not operate normally, or the system may operate unexpectedly under the following circumstances:

  • Departing from where trees or grass are overgrown
  • Departing from where roads are wet
  • Speed of the approaching vehicle is fast or slow

Braking control may not work, driver’s attention is required in the following circumstances:

  • The vehicle severely vibrates while driving over a bumpy road, uneven road or concrete patch
  • Driving on a slippery surface due to snow, water puddle, ice, etc.
  • The tire pressure is low or a tire is damaged
  • The brake is reworked
  • Remote Smart Parking Assist is operating (if equipped)

CAUTION

For more details on the limitations of the rear corner radar, refer to “Blind- Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA)” section in chapter 7.

WARNING

• Driving near a vehicle or structure

[A] : Structure

Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system may be limited when driving near a vehicle or structure, and may not detect the vehicle approaching from the left or right. If this occurs, the system may not warn the driver or control the brakes when necessary.

Always check your surroundings while backing up.

• When the vehicle is in a complex parking environment

Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system may detect vehicles which are parking or pulling out near your vehicle (for example: a vehicle leaving beside your vehicle, a vehicle parking or pulling out in the rear area, a vehicle approaching your vehicle making a turn, etc.). If this occurs, the system may unnecessarily warn the driver and control the brake. Always check your surroundings while backing up.

• When the vehicle is parked diagonally

[A] : Vehicle

Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system may be limited when backing up diagonally, and may not detect the vehicle approaching from the left or right. If this occurs, the system may not warn the driver or control the brakes when necessary. Always check your surroundings while backing up.

• When the vehicle is on or near a slope

Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system may be limited when the vehicle is on a uphill or downhill slope, or near it, and may not detect the vehicle approaching from the left or right. If this occurs, the system may not warn the driver or control the brakes when necessary.

Always check your surroundings while backing up.

• Pulling into the parking space where there is a structure

[A] : Structure, [B] :Wall

Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system may detect vehicles passing by in front of you when parking in reverse into a parking space with a wall or structure in the rear or side area. If this occurs, the system may unnecessarily warn the driver and control the brake.

Always check your surroundings while backing up.

• When the vehicle is parked rearward

Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system may detect vehicles passing by behind you when parking in reverse into a parking space. If this occurs, the system may unnecessarily warn the driver and control the brake.

Always check your surroundings while backing up.

WARNING

  • When you are towing a trailer or another vehicle, we recommend that Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system is turned off due to safety reasons.
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system may not operate normally if interfered by strong electromagnetic waves.
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Safety system may not operate for 3 seconds after the vehicle is started, or the rear corner radars are initialized.

Information

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.

Operation is subject to the following three conditions:

1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and

2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

3. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the device.

Information

Radio frequency radiation exposure information:

This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.

This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance of 8 in. (20 cm) between the radiator (antenna) and your body.

This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

Reverse Parking Distance Warning (PDW)

Reverse Parking Distance Warning will help warn the driver if an obstacle is detected within a certain distance when the vehicle is moving in reverse at low speeds.

Detecting sensor

[1] : Rear ultrasonic sensors

Refer to the picture above for the detailed location of the detecting sensors.

System settings

Warning Volume

Select ‘Driver Assistance → Warning Volume’ from the cluster or infotainment system Settings menu to change the Warning Volume to ‘High’, ‘Medium’, or ‘Low’ for Reverse Parking Distance Warning.

System operation

Operating button

Parking Distance Warning Off button

  • Press the Parking Distance Warning Off () button to turn off Reverse Parking Distance Warning. Press the button again to turn on the system.
  • When Reverse Parking Distance Warning is off (button indicator light on), if you shift the gear to R (Reverse), the system will automatically turn on.

Reverse Parking Distance Warning

  • Reverse Parking Distance Warning will operate when the gear is in R (Reverse).
  • Reverse Parking Distance Warning detects a person, animal or object in the rear when the vehicle’s rearward speed is below 6 mph (10 km/h).

  • The corresponding indicator will illuminate whenever each ultrasonic senor detects a person, animal or object in its sensing range. Also an audible warning will sound.
  • When more than two objects are detected at the same time, the closest one will be warned with an audible warning.
  • The shape of the indicator in the illustration may differ from the actual vehicle.

System malfunction and precautions

System malfunction

After starting the engine, a beep will sound when the gear is shifted to R (Reverse) to indicate the system is operating normally.

However, if one or more of the following occurs, first check whether the ultrasonic sensor is damaged or blocked with foreign material. If it still does not work properly, we recommend that the system be inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

  • The audible warning does not sound.
  • The buzzer sounds intermittently.
  • The ‘Parking sensor error or blockage’ warning message appears on the cluster.

WARNING

  • Reverse Parking Distance Warning is a supplemental system. The operation of the system can be affected by several factors (including environmental conditions). It is the responsibility of the driver to always check the rear view before and while parking.
  • Your new vehicle warranty does not cover any accidents or damage to the vehicle due to the malfunction of Reverse Parking Distance Warning.
  • Pay close attention when driving near objects, pedestrians, and especially children. Some objects may not be detected by the ultrasonic sensors, due to the objects distance, size or material, all of which can limit the effectiveness of the sensor.

Limitations of the system

  • Reverse Parking Distance Warning may not operate normally when:
    -- Moisture is frozen to the sensor
    -- Sensor is covered with foreign material, such as snow or water (The system will operate normally when such foreign material are removed.)
    -- The weather is extremely hot or cold
    -- The sensor or sensor assembly is disassembled
    -- The surface of the sensor has been subjected to a hard impact
    -- The surface of the sensor has been scratched with a sharp object
    -- The sensors or its surrounding area is directly sprayed with high pressure washer • Reverse Parking Distance Warning may malfunction when:
    -- Heavy rain or water spray is present
    -- Water flows on the surface of the sensor
    -- Affected by another vehicle’s sensors
    -- The sensor is covered with snow
    -- Driving on uneven road, gravel roads or bushes
    -- Objects that generates ultrasonic waves are near the sensor
    -- Installing the license plate differently from the original location
    -- The vehicle bumper height or ultrasonic sensor installation has been modified
    -- Attaching equipments or accessories around the ultrasonic sensors
  • The following objects may not be detected:
    -- Sharp or slim objects, such as ropes, chains or small poles.
    -- Objects, which tend to absorb sensor frequency, such as clothes, spongy material or snow.
    -- Objects smaller than 40 in. (100 cm) in length and narrower than 6 in. (14 cm) in diameter.
    -- Pedestrians, animals or objects that are very close to the ultrasonic sensors
  • Parking Distance Warning Indicators may be displayed differently from the actual detected location when the obstacle is located between the sensors.
  • Parking Distance Warning indicator may not occur sequentially depending on vehicle speed or obstacle shape.
  • If Reverse Parking Distance Warning needs repair, we recommend that the system be inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning (PDW)

Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning will help warn the driver if an obstacle is detected within a certain distance when the vehicle is moving forward or in reverse at low speeds.

Detecting sensor

[1] : Front ultrasonic sensors, [2] : Rear ultrasonic sensors

Refer to the picture above for the detailed location of the detecting sensors.

System settings

Warning Volume

Select ‘Driver Assistance → Warning Volume’ from the cluster or infotainment system Settings menu to change the Warning Volume to ‘High’, ‘Medium’, or ‘Low’ for Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning.

Parking Distance Warning Auto On

To use Parking Distance Warning Auto On function, select ‘Driver Assistance → Parking Safety → Parking Distance Warning Auto On’ from the cluster or infotainment system Settings menu.

System operation

Operating button

Parking Safety button

  • Press the Parking Safety () button to turn on Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning. Press the button again to turn off the system.
  • When Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning is off (button indicator light off), if you shift the gear to R (Reverse), the system will automatically turn on.
  • When Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning turns on, the button indicator light will turn on. If vehicle speed is above 12 mph (20 km/h), Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning will turn off (button indicator light off).
    * If equipped with Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist or Remote Smart Parking Assist, Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning will turn off (button indicator light off) when vehicle speed is above 18 mph (30 km/h).

Forward Parking Distance Warning

  • Forward Parking Distance Warning will operate when one of the condition is satisfied. -- The gear is shifted from R (Reverse) to D (Drive) with Reverse Parking Distance Warning on -- The gear is in D (Drive) and the Parking Safety button indicator light is on -- ‘Parking Distance Warning Auto On’ is selected from the Settings menu and the gear is in D (Drive)
  • Forward Parking Distance Warning detects a person, animal or object in front when the vehicle’s forward speed is below 6 mph (10 km/h).
  • Forward Parking Distance Warning does not operate when the vehicle's forward speed is above 6 mph (10 km/h) even when the Parking Safety button indicator is on. Forward Parking Distance Warning will operate again when the vehicle's forward speed decreases below 6 mph (10 km/h) while the Parking Safety button indicator is on.
  • When ‘Parking Distance Warning Auto On’ is selected, the Parking Safety button indicator light stays on.
  • When ‘Parking Distance Warning Auto On’ is deselected, and the vehicle’s forward speed is above 12 mph (20 km/h), the Parking Safety button indicator will turn off. Although you drive below 6 mph (10 km/h), the system will not turn on.
    * If equipped with Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist or Remote Smart Parking Assist, Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning will turn off when vehicle speed is above 18 mph (30 km/h).
  • The corresponding indicator will illuminate whenever each ultrasonic senor detects a person, animal or object in its sensing range. Also an audible warning will sound.
  • When more than two objects are detected at the same time, the closest one will be warned with an audible warning.
  • The shape of the indicator in the illustration may differ from the actual vehicle.

Reverse Parking Distance Warning

  • Reverse Parking Distance Warning will operate when the gear is in R (Reverse).
  • Reverse Parking Distance Warning detects a person, animal or object in the rear when the vehicle’s rearward speed is below 6 mph (10 km/h).
  • When the vehicle’s rearward speed is below 6 mph (10 km/h), both the front and rear ultrasonic sensors will detect objects. However, the front ultrasonic sensors can detect a person, animal or object when it is within 24 in. (60 cm) from the sensors.
  • The corresponding indicator will illuminate whenever each ultrasonic senor detects a person, animal or object in its sensing range. Also an audible warning will sound.
  • When more than two objects are detected at the same time, the closest one will be warned with an audible warning.
  • The shape of the indicator in the illustration may differ from the actual vehicle.

System malfunction and precautions

System malfunction

After starting the engine, a beep will sound when the gear is shifted to R (Reverse) to indicate the system is operating normally.

However, if one or more of the following occurs, first check whether the ultrasonic sensor is damaged or blocked with foreign material. If it still does not work properly, we recommend that the system be inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

  • The audible warning does not sound.
  • The buzzer sounds intermittently.
  • The ‘Parking sensor error or blockage’ warning message appears on the cluster.

WARNING

  • Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning is a supplemental system. The operation of the system can be affected by several factors (including environmental conditions). It is the responsibility of the driver to always check the front and rear views before and while parking.
  • Your new vehicle warranty does not cover any accidents or damage to the vehicle due to the malfunction of Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning.
  • Pay close attention when driving near objects, pedestrians, and especially children. Some objects may not be detected by the ultrasonic sensors, due to the objects distance, size or material, all of which can limit the effectiveness of the sensor.

Limitations of the system

  • Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning may not operate normally when:
    -- Moisture is frozen to the sensor
    -- Sensor is covered with foreign material, such as snow or water (The system will operate normally when such foreign material are removed.)
    -- The weather is extremely hot or cold
    -- The sensor or sensor assembly is disassembled
    -- The surface of the sensor has been subjected to a hard impact
    -- The surface of the sensor has been scratched with a sharp object
    -- The sensors or its surrounding area is directly sprayed with high pressure washer
  • Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning may malfunction when:
    -- Heavy rain or water spray is present
    -- Water flows on the surface of the sensor
    -- Affected by another vehicle’s sensors
    -- The sensor is covered with snow
    -- Driving on uneven road, gravel roads or bushes
    -- Objects that generates ultrasonic waves are near the sensor
    -- Installing the license plate differently from the original location
    -- The vehicle bumper height or ultrasonic sensor installation has been modified
    -- Attaching equipments or accessories around the ultrasonic sensors
  • The following objects may not be detected:
    -- Sharp or slim objects, such as ropes, chains or small poles.
    -- Objects, which tend to absorb sensor frequency, such as clothes, spongy material or snow.
    -- Objects smaller than 40 in. (100 cm) in length and narrower than 6 in. (14 cm) in diameter.
    -- Pedestrians, animals or objects that are very close to the ultrasonic sensors
  • Parking Distance Warning Indicators may be displayed differently from the actual detected location when the obstacle is located between the sensors.
  • Parking Distance Warning indicator may not occur sequentially depending on vehicle speed or obstacle shape.
  • If Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning needs repair, we recommend that the system be inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist (PCA)

Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist will warn the driver or will assist with braking to help reduce the possibility of collision with a pedestrian or an object when backing up.

Detecting sensor

[1] : Rear view camera, [2] : Rear ultrasonic sensors

Refer to the picture above for the detailed location of the detecting sensors.

System settings

Setting functions for the system

Parking Safety

With the engine on, select or deselect ‘Driver Assistance → Parking Safety’ from the Settings menu to set whether or not to use each function.
-- If ‘Rear Active Assist’ (or ‘Active rear assist’) is selected, the system will warn the driver and assist with braking when a collision with a pedestrian or an object is imminent.
-- If ‘Rear Warning Only’ (or ‘Rear warning only’) is selected, the system will warn the driver when a collision with a pedestrian or an object is imminent. Braking will not be assisted.
-- If ‘Off’ is selected, the system will turn off.

Warning Timing

With the engine on, select ‘Driver Assistance → Warning Timing’ from the Settings menu to change the initial warning activation time for Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist.

When the vehicle is first delivered, Warning Timing is set to ‘Normal’. If 'Normal' feels sensitive, change the settings to Late.

If you change the Warning Timing, the warning time of other Driver Assistance systems may change.

Warning Volume

With the engine on, select ‘Driver Assistance → Warning Volume’ from the Settings menu to change the Warning Volume to ‘High’, ‘Medium’ or ‘Low’ for Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist.

If you change the Warning Volume, the Warning Volume of other Driver Assistance systems may change.

System operation

Operating conditions

If ‘Rear Active Assist’ or ‘Rear Warning Only’ is set from the Settings menu, Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist will be in the ready status when the following conditions are satisfied:

-- The liftgate is closed
-- The gear is shifted to R (Reverse)
-- Vehicle speed is below 6 mph (10 km/h)
-- System components such as the rear view camera and the rear ultrasonic sensors are in normal conditions

When Reverse Parking Collision- Avoidance Assist activates, a line appears behind the vehicle image in the instrument cluster.

Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist operates only once after the gear is shifted to R (Reverse). To reactivate Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist, shift the gear from another gear to R (Reverse).

Rear Active Assist

  • If the system detects a risk of collision with a pedestrian or an object, the system will warn the driver with an audible warning and warning message on the cluster. When Rear View Monitor is operating, a warning will appear on the infotainment system screen.
  • If the system detects an imminent collision with a pedestrian or an object behind the vehicle, the system will assist you with braking. The driver needs to pay attention as the brake assist will end within 2 seconds. The driver must immediately depress the brake pedal and check vehicle surroundings.
  • Brake control will end when:
    -- The gear is shifted to P (Park) or D (Drive).
    -- The driver depresses the brake pedal with sufficient power
    -- Braking assist has last for approximately 2 seconds
  • The warning will turn off when:
    -- The driver shifts the gear to P (Park), N (Neutral), or D (Drive)
  • The brake control may not operate properly depending on the status of ESC (Electronic Stability Control). There will only be a warning when:
    -- The ESC (Electronic Stability Control) warning light is on
    -- ESC (Electronic Stability Control) is engaged in a different function

Rear Warning Only

  • If the system detects a risk of collision with a pedestrian or an object, the system will warn the driver with an audible warning and warning message on the cluster. When Rear View Monitor is operating, a warning will appear on the infotainment system screen.
  • If ‘Rear Warning Only’ is selected, braking will not be assisted.
  • The warning will turn off when the gear is shifted to P (Park), N (Neutral) or D (Drive).

System malfunction and limitations

System malfunction

When Reverse Parking Collision- Avoidance Assist or other related systems are not working properly, the ‘Check Parking Safety system’ warning message will appear on the cluster, and the system will turn off automatically. We recommend that the system be inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

System disabled

The rear view camera is used as a detecting sensor to detect pedestrians. If the camera lens is covered with foreign material, such as snow or rain, it may adversely affect camera performance and Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist may not operate normally. Always keep the camera lens clean.

The rear ultrasonic sensors are located inside the rear bumper to detect objects in the rear area. If the sensors are covered with foreign material, such as snow or rain, it may adversely affect sensor performance and Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist may not operate normally. Always keep the rear bumper clean.

The ‘Rear camera error or blockage’ or ‘Parking sensor error or blockage’ warning message will appear on the cluster if the following situations occur:

-- The rear view camera is covered with foreign material, such as snow or rain, etc.
-- There is inclement weather, such as heavy snow, heavy rain, etc.

If this occurs, Reverse Parking Collision- Avoidance Assist may turn off or may not operate properly. Check whether the rear view camera and rear ultrasonic sensors are clean.

Limitations of the system

Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist may not assist braking or warn the driver even if there are pedestrians or objects under the following circumstances:

  • Any non-factory equipment or accessory is installed
  • Your vehicle is unstable due to an accident or other causes
  • Bumper height or rear ultrasonic sensor installation has been modified
  • Rear view camera or rear ultrasonic sensor(s) is damaged
  • Rear view camera or the rear ultrasonic sensor(s) is stained with foreign material, such as snow, dirt, etc.
  • Rear view camera is obscured by a light source or by inclement weather, such as heavy rain, fog, snow, etc.
  • The surrounding is very bright or very dark
  • Outside temperature is very high or very low
  • The wind is either strong (above 12 mph (20 km/h)) or blowing perpendicular to the rear bumper
  • Objects generating excessive noise, such as vehicle horns, loud motorcycle engines or truck air brakes, are near your vehicle
  • An ultrasonic sensor with similar frequency is near your vehicle
  • There is ground height difference between the vehicle and the pedestrian
  • The image of the pedestrian in the rear view camera is indistinguishable from the background
  • The pedestrian is near the rear edge of the vehicle
  • The pedestrian is not standing upright
  • The pedestrian is either very short or very tall for the system to detect
  • The pedestrian or cyclist is wearing clothing that easily blends into the background, making it difficult to detect
  • The pedestrian is wearing clothing that does not reflect ultrasonic waves well
  • Size, thickness, height, or shape of the object does not reflect ultrasonic waves well (e.g., pole, bush, curbs, carts, edge of a wall, etc.)
  • The pedestrian or the object is moving
  • The pedestrian or the object is very close to the rear of the vehicle
  • A wall is behind the pedestrian or the object
  • The object is not located at the rear center of your vehicle
  • The object is not parallel to the rear bumper
  • The road is slippery or inclined
  • The driver backs up the vehicle immediately after shifting to R (Reverse)
  • The driver accelerates or circles the vehicle

Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist may unnecessarily warn the driver or assist with braking even if there are no pedestrians or objects under the following circumstances:

  • Any non-factory equipment or accessory is installed
  • Your vehicle is unstable due to an accident or other causes
  • Bumper height or rear ultrasonic sensor installation has been modified
  • Your vehicle height is low or high due to heavy loads, abnormal tire pressure, etc.
  • Rear view camera or the rear ultrasonic sensor(s) is stained with foreign material, such as snow, dirt, etc.
  • The pattern on the road is mistaken for a pedestrian
  • There is shadow or light reflecting on the ground
  • Pedestrians or objects are around the path of the vehicle
  • Objects generating excessive noise, such as vehicle horns, loud motorcycle engines or truck air brakes, are near your vehicle
  • Your vehicle is backing towards a narrow passage or parking space
  • Your vehicle is backing towards an uneven road surface, such as an unpaved road, gravel, bump, gradient, etc.
  • A trailer or carrier is installed on the rear of your vehicle
  • An ultrasonic sensor with similar frequency is near your vehicle

WARNING

Take the following precautions when using Reverse Parking Collision- Avoidance Assist:

  • Always pay extreme caution while driving. The driver is responsible for controlling the brake for safe driving.
  • Always pay attention to road and traffic conditions while driving, whether or not there is a warning.
  • Always look around your vehicle to make sure there are no pedestrians or objects before moving the vehicle.
  • The performance of Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist may vary under certain conditions. If vehicle speed is above 2 mph (4 km/h), the system will provide collision avoidance assist only when pedestrians are detected. Always look around and pay attention when backing up your vehicle.
  • Some objects may not be detected by the rear ultrasonic sensors due to the objects distance, size or material, all of which can limit the effectiveness of the sensor.
  • Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist may not operate properly or may operate unnecessarily depending on the road conditions and the surroundings.
  • Do not solely rely on the system. Doing so may lead to vehicle damage or injuries.

CAUTION

  • Noise may be heard when sudden braking occurs to avoid a collision.
  • If any other warning sound such as the seat belt warning chime is already generated, Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist warning may not sound.
  • The system may not work properly if the bumper has been damaged, replaced or repaired.
  • Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist may not operate normally if interfered by strong electromagnetic waves.
  • Playing the vehicle audio system at high volume may prevent passengers from hearing Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist warning sounds.
  • Turn off Reverse Parking Collision- Avoidance Assist when towing a trailer. If towing and moving in reverse, Reverse Parking Collision- Avoidance Assist will activate as it detects the trailer.

CAUTION

Take the following precautions to maintain optimal performance of the detecting sensors:

  • Always keep the rear view camera and rear ultrasonic sensors clean.
  • Do not use any cleanser containing acid or alkaline detergents when cleaning the rear view camera lens. Use only a mild soap or neutral detergent, and rinse thoroughly with water.
  • Do not spray the rear view camera or the rear ultrasonic sensors or their surrounding area directly with a high pressure washer. It may cause the rear view camera or the rear ultrasonic sensors to malfunction.
  • Do not apply objects, such as a bumper sticker or a bumper guard, near the rear view camera or rear ultrasonic sensors or apply paint to the bumper. Doing so may adversely affect the performance of the system.
  • Never disassemble or strike the rear view camera or the rear ultrasonic sensors components.
  • Do not strike or pry the rear view camera or the rear ultrasonic sensors. The system may not operate properly if the rear view camera or the rear ultrasonic sensor(s) is forcibly moved out of proper alignment. We recommend that the vehicle be inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

Information

Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist can detect a pedestrian or an object when:

  • A pedestrian is standing behind the vehicle
  • A large obstacle, such as a vehicle, is parked in the rear center of your vehicle

Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA)

Remote Smart Parking Assist uses vehicle sensors to help the driver park and exit parking spaces remotely from outside the vehicle by controlling the steering wheel, vehicle speed and gearshifts.

  • Remote Forward/Backward function helps the driver move the vehicle forward or in reverse from outside the vehicle using the smart key.
  • When Remote Smart Parking Assist operates, Surround View Monitor and Parking Distance Warning will also operate. For more details, refer to “Surround View Monitor (SVM) and “Parking Distance Warning (PDW)” sections in chapter 7.

Detecting sensor

[1] : Front ultrasonic sensors, [2] : Front side ultrasonic sensors, [3] : Rear side ultrasonic sensors, [4] : Rear ultrasonic sensors

Refer to the picture above for the detailed location of the detecting sensors.

CAUTION

Take the following precautions to maintain optimal performance of the detecting sensors:

  • Never disassemble the detecting sensor or sensor assembly, or apply any impact on it.
  • If the detecting sensor have been replaced or repaired, we recommend that you have your vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
  • Remote Smart Parking Assist may malfunction if the vehicle bumper height or ultrasonic sensor installation has been modified or damaged. Any non-factory installed equipment or accessories may also interfere with the sensor performance.
  • When the ultrasonic sensor is frozen or stained with snow, dirt, or water, the sensor may be not operate until the stains are removed using a soft cloth.
  • Do not push, scratch or strike the ultrasonic sensor. Sensor damage could occur.
  • Do not spray the ultrasonic sensors or its surrounding area directly with a high pressure washer.

System settings

Settings functions for the system

Warning Volume

With the engine on, select ‘Driver Assistance → Warning Volume’ from the Settings menu to change the Warning Volume to ‘High’, ‘Medium’ or ‘Low’ for Remote Smart Parking Assist.

If you change the Warning Volume, the Warning Volume of other Driver Assistance systems may change.

System operation

Remote Smart Parking Assist button

Remote Forward/Backward

Operating order

Remote Forward/Backward operates in the following order:

1. Getting ready to remotely move forward and in reverse

2. Remotely moving forward and in reverse

1. Getting ready to remotely move forward and in reverse

There are two ways to operate Remote Forward/Backward function.

Method (1) Using the function with engine off

(1) Within a certain range from the vehicle press the door lock () button on the smart key and lock all doors.

(2) Press and hold the Remote Start button () within 4 seconds until the engine starts.

• For more details on remotely starting the engine, refer to “Remote Start” section in chapter 6.

Information

If the vehicle is remotely started that has been parked in cold weather for a long time, the operation of Remote Forward/ Backward function may be delayed depending on the engine condition.

Method (2) Using the function with engine on

(1) Park the vehicle in front of the space where you want to use Remote Forward/Backward function, and shift the gear to P (Park).
(2) Press and hold the Parking/View () button to turn on Smart Parking Assist. A message ‘Under Remote Control’ will appear on the infotainment system screen.
(3) Get out of the vehicle with the smart key and close all doors.

• 'Agree' must be selected on the infotainment system screen and the infotainment system has to operate properly to use Remote Forward/ Backward function.

2. Remotely moving forward and in reverse

(1) Press and hold one of the Forward () or Reverse () button on the smart key. Remote Smart Parking Assist will automatically control the steering wheel, vehicle speed and gearshift. The vehicle will move in the direction of the button pressed.
(2) While Remote Forward/Backward function is operating, if the you do not hold down the Forward () or Reverse () button, the vehicle will stop and system control will pause. The function will start operating again when the button is pressed and held again.
(3) When the vehicle reaches the target location, release the smart key Forward or Backward button.
(4) When the driver gets in the vehicle with the smart key, a message will appear informing the driver Remote Forward/Backward function is complete on the infotainment system screen and the engine will remain on. In addition, when the Remote Start
() button is pressed on the smart key from outside the vehicle, a message will appear informing the driver Remote Entry/Exit Parking function is complete and the engine will turn off.

  • Check that all smart keys are outside the vehicle when using Remote Forward/Backward function.
  • Remote Forward/Backward function will operate only when the smart key is within 13 ft. (4 m) from the vehicle. If there is no vehicle movement even when the Forward or Reverse button is pressed on the smart key, check the distance to the vehicle and press the button again.
  • The detecting range of the smart key may vary depending on the surroundings that are affected by radio waves such as transmission tower, broadcast station, etc.
  • When remotely moving forward using method (1), it is recognized as an exit situation, and the vehicle moves 13 ft. (4 m) to check for pedestrians, animals or objects around the vehicle. After confirmation, the steering wheel is controlled according to the condition ahead.
  • When remotely moving forward using method (2), it is recognized as a parking situation, and will immediately control the steering wheel according to the condition ahead to assist with entering the parking space and aligning the vehicle. However, performance may reduce depending on the pedestrians, animals, shape of objects, location, etc. around the vehicle.
  • For moving remotely in reverse, both method (1) and (2) aligns the steering wheel first, and then will only move the vehicle straight.
  • When remotely moving forward or in reverse is completed, the vehicle will automatically shift to P (Park) and engage EPB (Electronic Parking Brake).

CAUTION

  • When using Remote Remote Forward/Backward function, make sure that all passengers have gotten out of the vehicle.
  • If the vehicle’s battery is discharged or Remote Smart Parking Assist malfunctions when parked in a narrow parking space, Remote Forward/Backward function will not operate. Always park your vehicle in a space wide enough for you to get in or out of your vehicle.
  • Please note that depending on the parking space, you may not be able to exit from the space you have entered by using Remote Forward/ Backward function.
  • After parking, the surrounding may change due to the movement of surrounding vehicles. If this occurs, Remote Forward/Backward function may not operate.
  • Before leaving the vehicle, close windows and sunroofs, and make sure the engine is off before locking the doors.

System operation status

*Operation status by the hazard warning light may not be applicable based on the regulation of your country.
* If the smart key is not within the operating range from the vehicle (approximately 13 ft. (4 m)), the smart key LED will not illuminate or blink. Use the smart key within the operating range.

How to turn off Remote Forward/ Backward function while operating

  • Press the Parking/View () button while the infotainment system screen guides the driver using method 2.
  • Shift the gear except to P (Park) while the infotainment system screen guides the driver using method 2.
  • Press the Parking Safety () button or select ‘Cancel’ on the infotainment system screen.
  • Press the Remote Start () button on the smart key while the vehicle is being controlled by RRemote Forward/Backward function. Remote Forward/Backward function will turn off. At this time, the engine will turn off.
  • Get on the vehicle with the smart key. Remote Forward/Backward function will turn off. At this time, the engine will remain on.

The function will pause in the following conditions when:

  • There is a pedestrian, animal or object in the direction the vehicle is moving
  • The door or liftgate is open
  • The Forward () or Reverse () button is not continuously pressed
  • Simultaneously pressing multiple buttons on a smart key
  • The smart key is not operated within 13 ft. (4 m) from the vehicle
  • Button of another smart key is pressed in addition to the operating smart key
  • Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist or Rear Cross-Traffic Collision- Avoidance Assist operates while the vehicle is being controlled in the reverse direction.
  • The vehicle moves 22 ft. (7 m) while the smart key is pressed with Remote Forward/Backward function (maximum travel distance per button press)

When Remote Forward/Backward function is paused, the vehicle will stop. If the condition that made the function to pause disappears, the function may operate again.

The function will cancel in the following conditions when:

  • The steering wheel is steered
  • The gear is shifted while the vehicle is moving
  • Operating EPB while the vehicle is moving
  • The engine hood is open
  • The brake pedal or accelerator pedal is depressed when all the doors are closed
  • The smart key is outside the vehicle when the brake pedal is depressed while the driver's door is open
  • Rapid acceleration occurs
  • Vehicle skid occurs
  • The wheel is stuck by an obstacle and cannot move
  • There are pedestrians, animals or objects at the front and rear of the vehicle at the same time
  • Approximately 3 minutes and 50 seconds have past after Remote Forward/Backward function has started to operate
  • The slope of the road exceeds the operational range
  • The function is paused for more than 1 minute
  • The total travel distance of the vehicle has exceeded 45 ft. (14 m) after Remote Entry/Exit Parking function operation
  • The steering wheel, gearshift, braking, and drive controls are not working normally
  • There is a problem with the smart key or the smart key battery is low
  • ABS, TCS or ESC system operates due to slippery road conditions
  • The alarm of the Theft Alarm System sounds

When Remote Forward/Backward function is canceled, the vehicle will automatically stop, shift the gear to P (Park) and engage EPB (Electronic Parking Brake).

System malfunction and limitations

System malfunction

System check

When Remote Smart Parking Assist is not working properly, the ‘Check Parking Assist’ warning message will appear on the infotainment system screen. If the message appears, stop using the system, and we recommend that the system be inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

System canceled

When Remote Parking Assist is operating, the system can be canceled, and the ‘Parking Assist Canceled’ warning message may appear regardless of the parking order. Other messages may appear depending on the situations. Follow the instructions provided on the infotainment system screen while parking your vehicle with Remote Parking Assist. Always look around and pay attention when using the system.

System standby

When ‘Parking Assist Conditions Not Met’ message appears, when Parking/ View ( ) button has been pressed and held, Remote Smart Parking Assist is in standby. After a while, press and hold the Parking/View ( ) button again to see if the system works.

The message appears even when the smart key's battery is low. Check the smart key battery level.

Limitations of the system

In the following circumstances, system performance to park or exit the vehicle may be limited, there may be a risk of collision, or Remote Smart Parking Assist may turn off. Park or exit the vehicle manually if necessary.

  • An object is attached to the steering wheel
  • The vehicle is installed with a snow chain, spare tire or different size wheel
  • Tire pressure is lower or higher than the standard tire pressure
  • Your vehicle is loaded with cargo longer or wider than your vehicle or a trailer is connected to your vehicle
  • There is a problem with the wheel alignment
  • Your vehicle is leaned severely to one side
  • Your vehicle is equipped with a trailer hitch
  • The license plate is installed differently from the original location
  • There is a person, animal or object above or below the ultrasonic sensor when Remote Smart Parking Assist is activated
  • The parking space is curved or diagonal
  • There is an obstacle such as a person, animal or object (trash can, bicycle, motorcycle, shopping cart, narrow pillar etc.) near the parking space
  • There is a circular pillar or narrow pillar, or a pillar surrounded by objects such as fire extinguisher, etc. near the parking space
  • The road surface is bumpy (curbstone, speed bump, etc.)
  • The road is slippery
  • The parking space is near a vehicle with higher ground clearance or big, such as a truck, etc.
  • The parking space is Inclined
  • There is heavy wind
  • Operating the system on uneven roads, gravel roads, bushes, etc.
  • The performance of the ultrasonic sensor is affected by extremely hot or cold weather
  • The ultrasonic sensor is covered with snow or water
  • An object that generates ultrasonic waves is nearby
  • A wireless device with a transmission function operates near the ultrasonic sensors
  • Your vehicle is affected by another vehicle’s Parking Distance Warning
  • The sensor is mounted or positioned incorrectly by an impact to the bumper
  • When the ultrasonic sensor cannot detect the following objects:
    -- Sharp or slim objects, such as ropes, chains or small poles
    -- Objects smaller than 40 in. (100 cm) in length and narrower than 6 in. (14 cm) in diameter
    -- Objects which tend to absorb sensor frequency, such as clothes, spongy material or snow

Remote Smart Parking Assist may not operate normally under the following circumstances:

• Parking on inclines

Park manually when parking on inclines.

• Parking on uneven road

Remote Smart Parking Assist may cancel when the vehicle slips, or the vehicle cannot move due to road conditions such as pebbles or fragmented stones.

• Parking behind a truck

Do not use Remote Smart Parking Assist around vehicles with higher ground clearance, such as a bus, truck, etc. It may lead to an accident.

• Parking near a pillar

Remote Smart Parking Assist performance may reduce when there is a pillar or pillar surrounded by objects such as a fire extinguisher near the parking space.

• Parking in a parking space with a vehicle on one side only

If Remote Smart Parking Assist is used, when parking in a parking space with a vehicle only on one side, your vehicle may cross the parking line to avoid the parked vehicle.

• Parking diagonal

Remote Smart Parking Assist does not provide diagonal parking. Even if your vehicle was able to enter the parking space, do not use the system because the system cannot operate normally.

• Parking in snow

Snow may interfere with sensor operation, or Remote Smart Parking Assist may cancel if the road is slippery while parking.

WARNING

Take the following precautions when using Remote Smart Parking Assist:

  • The driver is responsible for safe parking and exit when using Remote Smart Parking Assist. Make sure there are no pedestrians, animals or objects around the vehicle when using the system.
  • When using Remote Smart Parking Assist, stay out of the way in the direction the vehicle moves for your safety.
  • Always check surroundings when using Remote Smart Parking Assist. You may collide with pedestrians, animals, or objects if they are near the sensor or are in the sensor’s blind spot area.
  • A collision may occur if a pedestrian, animal, or object suddenly appears while Remote Smart Parking Assist is operating.
  • Do not use Remote Smart Parking Assist when under the influence of alcohol.
  • Do not let children or other people to use the smart key.
  • If Remote Smart Parking Assist is used continuously for a long period, it may adversely affect system performance.
  • Remote Smart Parking Assist may not operate normally if the vehicle needs wheel alignment adjustment such as when the vehicle tilts to one side. We recommend that the vehicle be checked by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
  • Noise may be heard when braking occurs by Remote Smart Parking Assist or when the brake pedal is depressed by the driver.
  • Remote Smart Parking Assist may suddenly apply the brake to avoid collision.
  • Use the system only in a parking space that is large enough for the vehicle to move safely.

NOTICE

  • If the 3rd stage warning (continuous beep) of the Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning sounds while Remote Smart Parking Assist is operating, it means the obstacle detected is close to your vehicle. At this time, Remote Smart Parking Assist will temporarily stop operating. Make sure there are no pedestrians, animals, or objects around your vehicle.
  • Depending on brake operation, the stop lights may come on while the vehicle is moving.
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