LDA with Steering Control alerts the driver with a sensory alert using steering wheel vibration or a buzzer, and on the multi-information display if the system judges the vehicle is about to cross the lane markings without using the turn signals, and assists steering to avoid lane departure. In addition, Vehicle Sway Warning monitors steering operation and the vehicle’s position within a lane to detect vehicle sway due to driver inattention or drowsiness, and alerts the driver by a buzzer and on the multi-information display.
When the quasi-millimeter-wave radars in the rear bumper detect vehicles in adjacent lanes that aren’t visible in the door mirrors, the system activates a warning indicator in the relevant door mirror the moment a vehicle enters this blind spot.
The innovative PUH helps to provide pedestrian protection in the event of a frontal collision, and at the same time enables a sporty design with a low hood line. When the sensors mounted in the front bumper determine that the vehicle has collided with a pedestrian, the hood instantly pops up to create a space to absorb the impact force.
To assist safe reversing, RCTA uses quasi-millimeter-wave radars in the rear bumper to detect approaching vehicles in difficult-to-see areas behind the vehicle. When an approaching vehicle is detected, RCTA alerts the driver using a buzzer and indicator in the relevant door mirror.
If an abnormal shift change from R to D, D to R, N to R, P to D, or P to R range is detected while accelerating, a warning is displayed in the multi-information display and power output is reduced to limit acceleration, helping to avoid a collision.
The IS features dual-stage SRS airbags (Front seats), SRS knee airbags (Front seats), SRS side airbags (Front seats), and SRS curtain shield airbags (Front and rear door windows
When the system detects a vehicle in front, it disables/enables independent LEDs in each headlamp to optimize light distribution, so that the high beams do not directly illuminate preceding or oncoming vehicles when driving at night. While AHS is activated, the low beams are always on.