Features on new Hyundai/Kia vehicles: advanced active safety systems on Kia K9

Increasing use of direct-injection engines; introduction of a newly-developed 8-speed AT

2012/09/06

Summary

Reported below is an overview of the availabilities of major equipment, and engines and transmissions on the seven new models released from Hyundai-Kia Group (Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Motors Corporation) during about one year starting in the summer of 2011. The seven new models include new and remodeled versions and two that are significantly upgraded.

 Concerning the availability of major features, Kia uses multiple advanced active safety systems and drive assists in its new flagship sedan, the K9. Hyundai uses newly-developed driving stability features and equipment that enhances riding comfort in the Santa Fe midsize crossover SUV and the i40, which is its first D-segment model developed for Europe.

 With regard to the availability of engines and transmissions, Hyundai and Kia have increasingly used direct-injection gasoline engines. They have also made increasingly available direct-injection turbo engines that combine direct-injection technology and a turbocharger. As for transmissions, a newly-developed 8-speed AT is adopted in the Genesis Coupe and the Kia K9.

Kia K9
New Kia K9 flagship sedan ((C) Response)
Related reports: 

Features on new US models (June 2012), Features on new Japanese models (March 2012)

Equipment on new European models (1), (2) (October 2011)

New models that Hyundai/Kia launched in the summer of 2011 or later

Segment Brand Model Outline
B Hyundai New i20  The New i20 was launched in the spring of 2012. The model is a B-segment hatchback developed for Europe (launched in 2008) with a facelift. It is the first B-segment model that adopts Hyundai's new design language - 'fluidic sculpture'. The model also upgraded the powertrain and equipment.
C Hyundai New i30  The New i30 is the second-generation of the model that Hyundai's European division developed for Europe. A 5-door hatchback was launched at the beginning of 2012 and a wagon in July. The model adopts 'fluidic sculpture'. It is produced at the plant in the Czech Republic. The sales target is 120,000 units a year.
Kia New cee'd  The New cee'd is a second-generation 5-door hatchback and wagon developed for Europe. The first-generation model was launched in 2007. The second-generation is also produced at the plant in Slovakia. The model shares the platform with Hyundai i30.
D Hyundai New Santa Fe  The New Santa Fe is a third-generation of midsize crossover SUV. It adopts 'fluidic sculpture'. It is a 2-row, 5-seat model. A 3-row, 7-seat model with a longer wheelbase is newly made available. In the US, Hyundai started marketing a 2-row, 5-seat model as the Santa Fe Sport in August 2012 and will release a 3-row, 7-seat model as the Santa Fe in January 2013.
New
Genesis Coupe
 The New Genesis Coupe is a coupe model of Hyundai's first rear-wheel-drive sedan, the Genesis. Hyundai gave a significant facelift to the first-generation model launched in 2008 and launched the new model in Korea at the end of 2011 and in North America at the beginning of 2012.
i40  The i40 is a midsize sedan and a wagon based on the platform of the New Sonata, which was launched in 2009. The model is Hyundai's first D-segment vehicle that it developed for Europe. It adopts 'fluidic sculpture'. A wagon model was launched in July 2011 and a sedan in fall.
E Kia K9  The K9 is Kia's new flagship sedan. It is Kia's first rear-wheel-drive sedan and adopts the platform of Hyundai's large sedan, the Equus. The overall length is 5090mm. With the K9 as a high-end model, Kia plans to compete with BMW and M-Benz models. The K9 was launched in Korea in May 2012. Kia will also introduce the model as 'Quoris' in overseas markets starting in the fourth quarter of 2012, expecting to launch it in North America in the middle of 2014.


Major advanced features: Hyundai starts to use a torque vectoring system and active safety systems

 Among driving stability features, Vehicle Stability Management (VSM) that gives coordinated control over ESC and power steering is increasingly available to compact cars. Hyundai adopted Active Cornering Control (which has the same function as the conventional torque vectoring system) that gives coordinated control over VSM, engine torque and brake for the first time in the Santa Fe. Among systems that improve fuel efficiency, Intelligent Stop & Go, a start/stop system has becoming more available mainly in models designed for Europe and the US.

 As for collision safety, Advanced Dual Front Airbags, which suspend the deployment of the airbag depending on the physique of the front seat occupant, and Driver's Knee Airbag are increasingly used in midsize and larger models.

 Concerning drive and parking assists, Kia uses Advanced Vehicle Safety Management, which is an active safety system including automatic braking system in the Kia K9. There is increasing use of the Smart Parking Assist System, in which the system finds a parking space and automatically controls steering, and Driver Selectable Steering Mode/Flex Steer, in which the driver can choose the levels of assistance by electric power steering.

 Among visibility features, Adaptive Front Lighting, in which the illumination axis of the head light is rotated in conjunction with steering operation to illuminate the direction of travel, is increasingly used. Full LED Headlamps are available in the Kia K9.

 As for seats, Heated Rear Seats and Ventilated Front Seats are being increasingly used.

 Regarding riding comfort and convenience, Dual Zone Climate Control that provides separate climates for the driver and the front seat occupant and Heated Steering Wheel are becoming more available. For models to be marketed in North America, Hyundai has used Blue Link telematics system, which it developed for the United States.

Advanced features available on Hyundai and Kia's new models and fully redesigned models

Hyundai Kia
Driving stability
(including
fuel efficiency)
Vehicle Stability Management (VSM) Santa Fe, i40, i30, i20 cee'd
Active Cornering Control All Wheel Drive Santa Fe
Intelligent Stop & Go i40, i30, i20 cee'd
Collision safety Advanced Dual Front Airbags Santa Fe, Genesis Coupe
Driver's Knee Airbag Santa Fe, i40, i30
Driving/parking
assist
Advanced Vehicle Safety Management K9
Driver Selectable Steering Mode/Flex Steer Santa Fe, i30 cee'd
Smart Parking Assist System i40 cee'd
Visibility Adaptive Front Lighting System i40 K9, cee'd
Full LED Headlamps K9
Seat Heated Rear Seats Santa Fe, i40 K9
Ventilated Front Seats i40
Comfort &
convenience
Dual Zone Climate Control Santa Fe, i40 cee'd
Heated Steering Wheel Santa Fe, i40 cee'd
Blue Link (telematics system) Santa Fe, Genesis Coupe

 

 



Engine and transmission: direct-injection/direct-injection turbo engine, and fuel-efficient diesel engine are becoming more available

 The Hyundai Group developed 2.4-liter GDI, which is its independently-developed first direct-injection gasoline engine, and 1.6-liter, 3.3-liter, and 3.8-liter direct-injection engine, using them in the Hyundai Santa Fe, the Genesis Coupe, and the i40 as well as the Kia K9 and the cee'd. The 2.0-liter Turbo GDI, which combines direct-injection technology and a twin-scroll turbocharger, is available in the Santa Fe and the Genesis Coupe.

 Diesel engines are also available in the Hyundai i40, i30, and i20 and Kia cee'd which were designed for Europe. Hyundai i20 uses 1.1-liter CRDi engine developed in Europe, which minimizes the CO2 emissions to 84g/km.

 As for transmissions, a newly-developed 8-speed AT is available in the Genesis Coupe as optional equipment. The Kia K9 comes with an 8-speed AT as standard equipment.

D/E segment: Engines and transmissions on Hyundai Santa Fe, Genesis Coupe, i40 and Kia K9

Features for the US on Santa Fe and Genesis Coupe, for Europe on i40, and for Korea on K9 are shown.
◎=Standard, ○=Standard on some grades, △=Optional
Hyundai Kia
Santa Fe Genesis
Coupe
i40 K9
1.6L Petrol GDI with D-CVVT (135PS) (Gamma)
2.0L Petrol Turbo GDI (Theta II) ○(5-seat)
2.4L Petrol GDI with D-CVVT (Theta II) ○(5-seat)
3.3L Petrol GDI V6 (Lambda II) ○(7-seat)
3.8L Petrol GDI V6 with D-CVVT (Lambda, 348ps/334ps)
3.8L Petrol MPI V6 with D-CVVT (Lambda, 290Ps)
1.7L Diesel CRDi (115PS)
6-speed manual transmission
6-speed automatic transmission
6-speed automatic transmission with SHIFTRONIC
8-speed automatic transmission
8-speed automatic transmission with SHIFTRONIC and paddle-shift
Source: Hyundai UK/US official web sites, Hyundai/Kia's press releases on new models
(Note) 1. D-CVVT stands for Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing, a mechanism that allows the opening/closing timing of the intake and exhaust valves to be controlled independently to minimize emissions while increasing power.
2. The Santa Fe Sport (5-seat) that comes with 2.0-liter Turbo GDI (264hp) is Hyundai's first crossover that combines direct-injection technology and a turbocharger. The twin-scroll turbo that is adopted in the engine separates the flow path of exhaust gas passage into two: exhaust air flows in one path when the vehicle is running at a low speed and in two paths when the vehicle is running at a medium-high speed. By adjusting exhaust gas pressure, the response and power in a low speed area is enhanced and interference with exhaust process is prevented in a high-speed area. The Santa Fe Sport powered by this engine gives EPA highway mileage of 31mpg.
3. The 2.4-liter GDI is a direct-injection gasoline engine that Hyundai developed independently. It adopts D-CVVT and VIS (Variable Intake System). VIS changes the number and length of intake pipes depending on the number of revolutions of the engine and adjusts the amount of intake air in order to optimize the intake efficiency. The maximum output is 190hp. The maximum torque is 181lb-ft. The Santa Fe Sport (5-seat) powered by this engine gives EPA highway mileage of 33mpg, which is the highest among CUVs/SUVs with AT.
4. The 3.3-liter GDI engine on the Santa Fe 3-row, 7-seat model is a V6 engine with direct-injection technology. Without increasing engine displacement, it enhances output (290hp) and torque (252lb-ft), improves fuel economy (estimated combined fuel economy: 22mpg), and reduces emissions.
5. The upgraded 3.8-liter GDI direct-injection engine on the Hyundai Genesis Coupe has a maximum power of 348hp, which is up by 14% from the former model, and has maximum torque of 295lb-ft, which is up by 11%. It also adopts D-CVVT and VIS.
6. The 1.6-liter Petrol GDI engine on the Hyundai i40 uses direct-injection and D-CVVT technology to reduce emissions, and noise and vibration.
7. Among Blue Drive, which is fuel-efficient models of the Hyundai i40 equipped with the start/stop system, the one with 1.7-liter CRDi diesel engine boasts CO2 emissions of 113g/km and NEDC combined fuel economy of 65.7mpg (UK gallon). *1mpg (UK gallon) = 0.83mpg (US gallon)
8. The 3.8-liter GDI/MPI engine on the Kia K9 each adopts D-CVVT and VIS in order to improve power and efficiency. The Quoris, which is an overseas model of the K9, uses the 3.8-liter MPI engine first and then will also introduce the 3.8-liter GDI engine with direct-injection technology in the second year following the launch of the Quoris.
9. A newly-developed 8-speed automatic transmission, which is used in the Kia K9 as standard equipment, adopts shift-by-wire technology and can be operated with joystick.
10. A newly-developed 8-speed automatic transmission, which is available in the Hyundai Genesis Coupe as optional equipment, adopts a torque converter with lock-up mechanism. It comes with paddle-shift SHIFTRONIC manual-shifting capability.

 

C segment: Engines and transmissions on Hyundai i30 and Kia cee'd

Features for Europe on i30 and cee'd are shown.
◎=Standard, ○=Standard on some grades, △=Optional
Hyundai Kia
i30 cee'd
1.4L Petrol with CVVT (100PS)
1.6L Petrol with CVVT (120PS/135PS)
1.6L Petrol GDI with CVVT (120PS/135PS)
1.4L Diesel CRDi (90PS)
1.6L Diesel CRDi (110PS/128PS)
6-speed manual transmission
6-speed dual-clutch automated manual transmission
6-speed automatic transmission
Source: Hyundai/Kia UK official web sites, press releases on new models
(Note) 1. The upgraded 1.6-liter diesel engine on the Hyundai i30 and Kia cee'd is equipped with variable geometry turbo. The maximum output and the maximum torque are 110ps/4000rpm and 260Nm/1900rpm, respectively. The CO2 emission of a 5-door hatchback model with this engine is 97g/km; the NEDC combined fuel economy is 76.3mpg (UK gallon).
2. Unlike the Hyundai i30, a 1.6-lilter GDI direct-injection gasoline engine in combination with a 6-speed dual-clutch AT is available in Kia cee'd.

 

B segment: Engines and transmissions on Hyundai i20

Features for Europe on i20 are shown.
◎=Standard, ○=Standard on some grades, △=Optional
Hyundai
i20
1.2L Petrol
1.4L Petrol
1.1L Diesel CRDi (U-II)
1.4L Diesel CRDi
5-speed manual transmission
6-speed manual transmission
4-speed automatic transmission
Source: Hyundai UK official web sites, press release on new model
(Note) 1. The 1.1-liter CRDi 3-cylinder engine (U-II) (75PS) is a clean diesel engine that is developed by Hyundai's R&D center in Europe - Diesel Center of Excellence. The Hyundai i20 Blue Drive model (with start/stop system) powered by this engine boasts NEDC combined fuel economy of 88.3mpg (UK gallon) and CO2 emissions of 84g/km, which are the best among diesel vehicles marketed in the UK.
2. The Hyundai i20 Blue Drive model powered by the upgraded 1.4-liter CRDi 4-cylinder diesel engine (U-II) (90PS) boasts NEDC combined fuel economy of 76.3mpg (UK gallon) and CO2 emissions of 96g/km. Since the CO2 emissions of the 1.1-liter and 1.4-liter diesel engine is 100g or less, it is exempted from road tax in the UK and the congestion charge in London.

 

 



Major features in each model

 In the E-segment, multiple advanced features including Advanced Vehicle Safety Management, Advanced Smart Cruise Control, All-LED Headlamps, and Head-up Display are available in the K9 - Kia's flagship sedan.

E-segment: Major advanced features available in the Kia K9 (data from new model releases)

Advanced Smart
Cruise Control
 Advanced Smart Cruise Control is used for the first time in Kia's model. The radar mounted on the front bumper constantly monitors within a distance of 174 meters ahead and automatically maintains the distance from the car running ahead at a pre-set distance (to choose from 52, 30, 32, or 25 meters when the vehicle is running at 90km/h). When the vehicle running ahead stops, the vehicle automatically stops and re-starts automatically when it starts within three seconds. When it stands longer than three seconds, the driver needs to press the acceleration pedal or to push the start button of the system to re-start the vehicle.
Advanced Vehicle
Safety Management
 Advanced Vehicle Safety Management is an active safety system that integrates various warning systems including ESC and Pre-Safe Belt. When this system detects the risk of collision, it warns the driver in three stages. (1) When the risk is low, warning is displayed on the LCD display and the head-up display. (2) When the risk becomes higher, the system sounds a warning sound and also vibrates the driver's seatbelt. (3) When the collision cannot be avoided, the system automatically brakes the vehicle to slow it down at the time of the collision and winds up the seatbelt to protect the occupants.
Blind-Spot Detection  Blind-Spot Detection has radars mounted on the both ends of the rear bumper, which detect the object within a distance of 70 meters from the back of the vehicle and of 4 meters from the sides of the vehicle. This system is activated when the vehicle is running at 30km/h or faster; when a vehicle comes into the blind area (4m x 6m) obliquely backward from the vehicle, the system warns the driver.
Lane Change
Assistance
 Using the radar mentioned above, Lane Change Assistance warns the driver when a vehicle comes at a high speed on the adjacent lanes within the distance of 70 meters behind the vehicle. When this vehicle is coming nearer and the system judges a collision will occur in 4,5 seconds, the warning sign (△) is displayed on the door mirror of the side where the collision is expected to occur and warning is also displayed on the head-up display. If the driver does not respond to these warnings, the system sounds an alert.
Lane Departure
Warning System
 Lane Departure Warning System has a camera that monitors the lane marking of the road ahead and the location of the vehicle; if the vehicle departs the lane at a speed of 60km/h or faster unintentionally, the system warns the driver.
Around-View Monitor  Around-View Monitor has four cameras built in the vehicle body, which display the 360-degree view around the vehicle on the monitor in eight image modes. By synchronizing the four cameras, the system can display the virtual image from above the vehicle, which makes parking of the vehicle safe and easy. When the vehicle begins to run at faster than 20km/h, the system is automatically deactivated.
Four Driving Modes
(Eco, Normal, Sport, Snow)
 The driver can choose Four Driving Modes (Eco, Normal, Sport, and Snow) as settings for suspension, steering, engine, and transmission depending on the road conditions and driving style. For example, since the rear-wheel-drive vehicle is easy to slip on a snowy road when it starts, it starts at low engine revolution in the Snow mode.
Adaptive Full
LED Headlamps
 Adaptive Full LED Headlamps is used for the first time in the Kia model. It is available as optional equipment.
Heated & Ventilated
Rear Seats
 Heated & Ventilated Rear Seats are available as optional equipment to the both sides of the rear seat as VIP specification.
Head-up Display  Head-up Display is used for the first time in a vehicle manufactured in Korea. It is available as optional equipment. The system displays images in full color.


 In the D-segment, Active Cornering Control that gives coordinated control over VSM, engine torque and brake, and Driver Selectable Steering Mode, in which the driver can choose the modes of electric power steering are available in Hyundai's midsize crossover SUV, Santa Fe, as optional equipment. Driver-Selectable 3-Stage ESC, in which the driver can choose the operation mode of ESC, is available in the Genesis Coupe, a rear-wheel-drive sports coupe. The i40, Hyundai's first D-segment model designed for Europe, is available and offers the Smart Parking Assist System, which automatically controls steering.

 

D segment: Main features on Hyundai Santa Fe, Genesis Coupe and i40

Features for the US on Santa Fe and Genesis Coupe and for Europe on i40 are shown.
◎=Standard, ○=Standard on some grades, △=Optional
Hyundai
Santa Fe Genesis
Coupe
i40
Driving stability
(including
fuel efficiency)
ESC/ABS/EBD/Brake Assist
Vehicle Stability Management (VSM) (Note 1)
Traction Control System (TCS)
Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC)
Downhill Brake Control (DBC)
Active Cornering Control All Wheel Drive (Note 2)
Active Eco System (Note 3)
Driver-Selectable 3-Stage ESC (Note 4)
Limited-Slip Differential
Intelligent Stop & Go
Collision safety Advanced Dual Front Airbags
Front Airbags
Front Side/Curtain Airbags
Driver's Knee Airbag
Active Front Head Restraints
Driving/parking
assist
Emergency Stop Signal
Blind-Spot Detection
Driver Selectable Steering Mode (Note 5)
Rearview Camera
Smart Parking Assist System (Note 6)
Visibility HID Headlights with Auto Levelling
Adaptive Front Lighting System
Automatic Headlights
LED Daytime Running Lights
Electrically Adjustable & Heated Door Mirrors with LED Indicators
Electrically Folding Door Mirrors
Front Fog Lights
Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror (Note 7)
Rain Sensing Front Windscreen Wipers
Automatic De-fog System for Front Windscreen
Seat Driver's Seat with Electric Adjustment (10 directions)
and Memory Function (2 settings)
Front Passenger's Seat with Electric Adjustment
Heated Front Seats
Heated Rear Seats
Ventilated Front Seats
Comfort &
convenience
Dual Zone Climate Control
Heated Steering Wheel
Cooling Glovebox
Keyless Entry with Engine Start/Stop Button
Bluetooth with Voice Recognition
Eco Drive Indicator
Blue Link (Note 8)
Source: Hyundai UK official web site, Hyundai/Kia's press releases on new models
(Note) 1. Vehicle Stability Management (VSM) coordinates ESC and electric power steering to stabilize the vehicle and prevent accidents when the vehicle speeds up or is braked on the road with multiple conditions (for example, wet and slippery road on one side and dry on the other).
2. Active Cornering Control All Wheel Drive gives coordinated control over VSM, engine torque and brake. By constantly monitoring and analyzing the driving conditions of the vehicle, the system delivers torque on each wheel. When the vehicle turns the corner, the system brakes the inside wheels, making stable cornering possible. Active Cornering Control All Wheel Drive has the same functions as Torque Vectoring. The Santa Fe is Hyundai's first model that has adopted this system.
3. When the Eco button of Active Eco System is pressed, priority is given to fuel efficiency of acceleration response and transmission shift point, and operations of air conditioning. In the in-house testing, fuel efficiency is improved up to 7%.
4. Driver-Selectable 3-stage ESC is a system in which the driver can choose the operation mode of the ESC from the following three stages depending on the road conditions and driver's preference. (1) Full-on ESC mode (default), (2) Intermediate ESC mode (Although the driver's operations of the powertrain is given priority, the braking function of ESC/TCS is maintained), and (3) Full-off ESC mode (the driver's operations are not inhibited in all conditions).
5. Driver selectable steering mode is a system in which the driver can choose the level of steering assistance from three modes (Comfort, Normal, and Sport) depending on the driver's preference and road conditions. "Normal" is suitable when the vehicle is running on various types of roads. "Comfort" is suitable when the vehicle is running on urban areas or is parked and requires 10% less power to control steering than "Normal". "Sport" is suitable when the vehicle is running on freeways or winding roads and requires 10% more power to control steering than "Normal".
6. Smart Parking Assist System detects a parking space with a sensor and automatically controls steering when the vehicle is parallel parked. The driver only needs to accelerate or brake the vehicle.
7. Auto-dimming rearview mirror on the Hyundai i40 has a small built-in display and displays the image from the rearview camera.
8. Blue Link is Hyundai's telematics system for the US. It can be connected by pressing a button on the rearview mirror in the interior of the vehicle or through a smart phone. The system integrates functions including safety, service, and infotainment. Functions available include voice e-mail reading, Internet searching, voice navigation, monthly report on the vehicle, remote start-up of the vehicle, automatic collision notification, and request for rescue in an emergency.


 In the C-segment, Hyundai i30/Kia cee'd (sister models) are equipped with a start/stop system, Heated Font Seats, and Flex Steer, which lets the driver choose three different levels of assistance by electric power steering. Kia cee'd also comes with Parallel Park Assist System, Lane Departure Warning System, and Dual Automatic Air Conditioning.

 

C segment: Main features on Hyundai i30 and Kia cee'd

Features for Europe on i30 and cee'd are shown.
◎=Standard, ○=Standard on some grades, △=Optional
Hyundai Kia
i30 cee'd
Driving stability
(including
fuel efficiency)
ESC/ABS/Brake Assist
Vehicle Stability Management (VSM)
Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD)
Intelligent Stop & Go (ISG)
Collision safety Front/Front Side/Curtain Airbags
Driver's Knee Airbag
Driving/parking
assist
Reversing Camera System
Front and Rear Parking Sensors
Parallel Park Assist System
Hill-start Assist Control (HAC)
Lane Departure Warning System
Flex Steer (Normal, Comfort & Sport Modes) (Note 1)
Electric Parking Brake
Emergency Stop Signal
Visibility LED Daytime Running Lights
Xenon Adaptive front Lighting System with Automatic Levelling
Automatic Headlight Control
Electrically Folding, Adjustable &
Heated Door Mirrors with LED Indicators and Kerbside Lights
Electrically Folding, Adjustable & Heated Door Mirrors
Automatically Folding Door Mirrors with Puddle Lamps (Note 2)
Front Fog Lights
Cornering Lights
Rain Sensing Front Wipers/Front Wiper De-icer/Automatic Defog System
Auto-dimming Rear-view Mirror
Seat 10-way Power adjustable Driver's Memory Seat
Heated Front Seats
Comfort &
convenience
Dual Automatic Air Conditioning
Rear Air Ventilation
Cooling Glovebox
Heated Steering Wheel
Keyless Entry with Engine Start/Stop Button
Bluetooth with Voice Recognition
Gear Shift Indicator
Source: Hyundai/Kia UK official web sites, press releases on new models
(Note) 1. Flex Steer has the same functions as Driver selectable steering mode in the D-segment. This system allows the driver to choose three different levels of assistance by electric power steering depending on the driver's preference and road conditions.
2. Automatically Folding Door Mirrors with Puddle Lamps unfolds the door mirror automatically when the owner with Smart Key comes close to the vehicle parked and puddle lamps set under the door mirror illuminate the owner's feet.


 In the B-segment, the i20 compact hatchback is equipped with VSM that gives coordinated control over ESC and electric power steering as standard equipment. A start/stop system and Automatic Headlights are also available in the i20. Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror, which is used in some models as standard equipment, has a small built-in display and displays the image from the rearview camera when the vehicle backs up.

 

B segment: Main features on Hyundai i20

Features for Europe on i20 are shown.
◎=Standard, ○=Standard on some grades, △=Optional
Hyundai
i20
Driving stability
(including
fuel efficiency)
ESC/ABS/EBD/Brake Assist
Vehicle Stability Management (VSM)
Intelligent Stop & Go (ISG)
Collision safety Front/Front Side/Curtain Airbags
Front Passenger Airbag Deactivation Switch
Driving/parking
assist
Rear View Camera
Reversing Sensors
Visibility LED Daytime Running Lights
Front Fog Lights
Automatic Headlights/Electric Headlight Beam Levelling
Electric Heated & Folding Door Mirrors with Integrated Side Indicators
Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror with Video Display
Rain Sensing Wipers
Comfort &
convenience
Keyless Entry with Engine Start/Stop Button
Bluetooth with Voice Recognition
Eco Drive Indicator
Glove Compartment with Cooling Function

Source: Hyundai UK official web site, press release on new model

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