Hyundai Ioniq: Smart Cruise Control System / To Adjust the Sensitivity of Smart Cruise Control

Hyundai Ioniq (AE) 2017-2021 Owner's Manual / Driving your vehicle / Smart Cruise Control System / To Adjust the Sensitivity of Smart Cruise Control

Hyundai Ioniq. To Adjust the Sensitivity of Smart Cruise Control

The sensitivity of vehicle speed when following the front vehicle to maintain the set distance can be adjusted on the LCD display.

Cluster type A

'User Settings → Driver Assistance → Smart Cruise Control → Response → Fast/Normal/Slow'

Cluster type B

'User Settings → Driver Assistance → SCC reaction → Fast/Normal/ Slow'

You may select one of the three stages you prefer.

• Fast:

Vehicle speed following the front vehicle to maintain the set distance is faster than normal speed.

• Normal:

Vehicle speed following the front vehicle to maintain the set distance is normal.

• Slow:

Vehicle speed following the front vehicle to maintain the set distance is slower than normal speed.

Information

The last selected speed sensitivity of the smart cruise control is remained in the system.

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