Driving Assist

To Help your delightful driving, and avoid collisions

Driving Assist

Assist Emergency Braking (AEB)

AEB utilizes a long-range radar detection system to identify a potential collision with another vehicle or pedestrian. AEB assists drivers in responding to a hazardous situation by reducing the car’s speed and safely bringing it to a halt. Observing threats before drivers detect them independently allows the maximum possible reaction time, reducing the likelihood or mitigating against the effects of a collision.

Forward Collision Warning(FCW)

FCW anticipates the potential for colliding with the vehicle in front, providing the driver with audio and visual warnings if the car in front slows down suddenly, helping to avoid a head-on collision. The warning draws the driver’s attention to the threat before engaging AEB to help bring the car to a safe halt.

Blind Spot Detection(SBSD)

BSD is able to monitor other vehicles travelling up to 70 meters behind the car, and triggers subtle LED warning lights in the door mirror if an approaching vehicle enters the driver’s blind spot. BSD issues additional audio warnings if it anticipates an imminent collision with a vehicle in another lane.

Lane Departure Warning System(LDWS)

LDWS provides audio and visual warnings from the interactive UVO 3 display, alerting the driver if they stray out of lane unintentionally, without indicating.

Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS)

LKAS takes LDWS one stage further, detecting if the car drifts from its lane unintentionally – again, without indicating – and automatically correcting the car’s position in the lane.

Advanced Smart Cruise Control (ASCC)

A radar sensor at the front of the car monitors the gap between the vehicle ahead. The system automatically applies the brakes to maintain a Pre-determined 'safe' distance and will even bring the vehicle to a complete stop, if necessary. The system will initiate take-off when car ahead moves on.

* Auto Cruise Control (ACC)
Set and maintain a constant speed, and simply step on the brake or accelerator when you want to disengage.

Highway Autonomous Driving (HDA)

HAD will utilize Kia’s radar and LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging radar) systems to interpret lane markings, allowing the car to stay in its lane and switch into others to overtake or change road. This comprehensive system removes the necessity for drivers to use the steering wheel, indicators or acceleration and brake pedals in many situations, while displaying key information on the LCD head-up display (HUD)

Traffic Jam Assist (TJA)

TJA tracks the vehicle in front during high traffic conditions, and identifies appropriate spaces in other lanes to move in to safely and gain more ground in heavy congestion. The system uses external sensors to maintain a safe distance from the vehicle in front at all times, and only maneuvers when safe spaces are available.

Smart High Bean Assist(SHBA)

SHBA senses the varying light sources around the car, from oncoming vehicles or streetlamps, and automatically controls the high beam function to provide the best possible visibility – crucially, without blinding other road users.

Dynamic Bending Light(DBL)

DBL provide more accurate illumination of the road ahead by turning in the same direction as the steering wheel, lighting up more of the road ahead to make driving safer at nighttime or in low visibility conditions

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