Hyundai Ioniq: Blind-spot Collision Warning (BCW) system / BCW (Blind-spot Collision Warning)

Hyundai Ioniq (AE) 2017-2023 Owner's Manual / Driving your vehicle / Blind-spot Collision Warning (BCW) system / BCW (Blind-spot Collision Warning)

Operating conditions

Hyundai Ioniq. BCW (Blind-spot Collision Warning)

To operate:

Press the BCW switch with the Engine Start/Stop button in the ON position.

The indicator on the BCW switch will illuminate.

To cancel:

Press the BCW switch again. The indicator on the switch will go off. When the system is not used, turn the system off by turning off the switch.

Information

  • If the Engine Start/Stop button is turned OFF and then ON again, the BCW system returns to the previous state.
  • When the system is turned on, the warning light will illuminate for 3 seconds on the outer side view mirror.

The function will activate when:

1. The system is on.

2. The vehicle speed is above approximately 20 mph (30 km/h).

3. An oncoming vehicle is detected in the blind spot area.

First stage alert

Hyundai Ioniq. BCW (Blind-spot Collision Warning)

If a vehicle is detected within the boundary of the system, a warning light (yellow) will illuminate on the outer side view mirror.

Once the detected vehicle is no longer within the blind spot area, the warning will turn off depending on the driving conditions of the vehicle.

Second stage alert

Hyundai Ioniq. BCW (Blind-spot Collision Warning)

A warning chime to alert the driver will activate when:

1. A vehicle has been detected in the blind spot area by the radar system (the warning light will illuminate on the outer side view mirror) (i.e., in the first stage alert) AND

2. The turn signal is applied (same side as where the vehicle is being detected).

When this alert is activated, the warning light on the side view mirror will also blink.

If you turn off the turn signal indicator, the second stage alert (warning chime and blinking warning light on the outer side view mirror) will be deactivated.

• The second stage alarm may be deactivated.

- To deactivate the warning chime:

Cluster type A

Go to the 'User Settings → Driver Assistance → Rear Collision Warning and deselect Blind-Spot Collision Warning Sound' on the LCD display.

Cluster type B

Go to the 'User Settings → Driver Assistance and deselect Blind- Spot Collision Warning Sound' on the LCD display.

- To activate the warning chime:

Cluster type A

Go to the 'User Settings → Driver Assistance → Rear Collision Warning and select Blind-Spot Collision Warning Sound' on the LCD display.

Cluster type B

Go to the 'User Settings → Driver Assistance and select Blind-Spot Collision Warning Sound' on the LCD display.

Information

The warning chime function helps alert the driver. Deactivate this function only when it is necessary. For more information, refer to "LCD Display Modes" in chapter 3.

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