Hyundai Venue: Blind-Spot Collision Warning (BCW) / System Setting

Hyundai Venue (QX) (2020-2021) Owners Manual / While Driving / Blind-Spot Collision Warning (BCW) / System Setting

Hyundai Venue. System Setting

• Setting Blind-Spot Safety function The driver can activate the system by placing the ignition switch to the ON position and by selecting 'User Settings → Driver Assistance → Blind- Spot Safety'.

-- BCW turns on and gets ready to be operated when 'Warning Only' is selected. Then, if a vehicle approaches the driver's blind spot area a warning sounds.
-- The system is deactivated and the indicator on the BCW button is extinguished when 'Off' is selected.

Hyundai Venue. System Setting

• Selecting Warning Timing

The driver can select the initial warning activation time in the User Settings in the LCD display by selecting 'User Settings → Driver Assistance → Warning Timing'.

• The options for the initial Blind- Spot Collision Warning includes the following:

-- Normal:

When this option is selected, the initial Blind-Spot Collision Warning is activated normally. If this setting feels sensitive change the option to ‘Late’.

The warning activation time may feel late if a vehicle at the side or rear abruptly accelerates.

-- Late:

Select this warning activation time when the traffic is light and you are driving in a low speed.

Information

If you change the warning timing, the warning time of other systems may change. Always be aware before changing the warning timing.

    System Description

    Blind-Spot Collision Warning Blind-Spot Collision Warning (BCW) system uses radar sensors in the rear bumper to monitor and warn the driver of an approaching vehicle in the driver's blind spot area...

    Warning and System Control

    Blind-Spot Collision Warning system Left side Right side First stage alert If a vehicle is detected within the boundary of the system, a yellow warning light will illuminate on the outer side view mirror...

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    Remote Key

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    Your HYUNDAI uses a remote key, which you can use to lock or unlock the driver and passenger doors or the rear liftgate.

    (1) Door Lock
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    (3) Panic

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