Hyundai Ioniq: Driving your vehicle / Smart Cruise Control System

Hyundai Ioniq (AE) 2017-2024 Owner's Manual / Driving your vehicle / Smart Cruise Control System

Hyundai Ioniq. Smart Cruise Control System

➀ Cruise indicator
➁ Set speed
➂ Vehicle-to-vehicle distance

To see the SCC screen on the LCD display in the cluster, select SCC/ LKA mode (Hyundai Ioniq. Smart Cruise Control System) for cluster type A or ASSIST mode (Hyundai Ioniq. Smart Cruise Control System) for cluster type B. For more information, refer to "LCD Display Modes" in chapter 3.

The Smart Cruise Control System allows you to program the vehicle to maintain constant speed and minimum distance between the vehicle ahead.

The Smart Cruise Control System will automatically adjust your vehicle speed to maintain your programmed speed and following distance without requiring you to depress the accelerator or brake pedals.


For your safety, please read the owner's manual before using the Smart Cruise Control system.


The Smart Cruise Control System is not a substitute for safe driving practices, but a convenience function only. It is the responsibility of the driver to always check the speed and distance to the vehicle ahead.


Take the following precautions :

  • Always set the vehicle speed under the speed limit.
  • If the Smart Cruise Control is left on, (cruise (Hyundai Ioniq. Smart Cruise Control System) indicator light in the instrument cluster is illuminated) the Smart Cruise Control can be activated unintentionally. Keep the Smart Cruise Control System off (cruise (Hyundai Ioniq. Smart Cruise Control System) indicator light OFF) when the Smart Cruise Control is not in use, to avoid inadvertently setting a speed.
  • Use the Smart Cruise Control System only when traveling on open highways in good weather.
  • Do not use the Smart Cruise Control when it may not be safe to keep the vehicle at a constant speed:
    - When driving in heavy traffic or when traffic conditions make it difficult to drive at a constant speed
    - When driving on rainy, icy, or snow-covered roads
    - When driving on a steep downhill or uphill
    - When driving in windy areas
    - When driving in parking lots
    - When driving near crash barriers
    - When driving on a sharp curve
    - When driving with limited view (possibly due to bad weather, such as fog, snow, rain or sandstorm)
    - When the vehicle sensing ability decreases due to vehicle modification resulting level difference of the vehicle's front and rear

Cruise Control

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Smart Cruise Control Speed

To set Smart Cruise Control speed 1. Push the CRUISE button on the steering wheel to turn the system on. The cruise () indicator will illuminate. 2. Accelerate to the desired speed...

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Hyundai Ioniq. Driver Position Memory System

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