Hyundai Sonata: Automatic emergency braking (AEB) / System setting and activation

System setting

The driver can activate the AEB by placing the ignition switch to the ON position and by selecting 'User Settings', 'Driving Assist', and 'AEB (Automatic Braking System)'. The AEB deactivates, when the driver cancels the system setting.

The warning light illuminates on the LCD display, when you cancel the AEB system. The driver can monitor the AEB ON/OFF status on the LCD display. If the warning light remains ON when the AEB is activated, have the system checked by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

The driver can select the initial warning activation time in the User Settings in the Driver LCD display. The options for the initial Forward Collision Warning include the following:

• FAST - When this condition is selected, the initial Forward Collision Warning is activated earlier than normal. This setting maximizes the amount of distance between the vehicle or pedestrian ahead before the initial warning occurs.

• NORMAL - When this condition is selected, the initial Forward Collision Warning is activated normally. This setting allows for a nominal amount of distance between the vehicle or pedestrian ahead before the initial warning occurs.

• SLOW - When this condition is selected, the initial Forward Collision Warning is activated later than normal. This setting reduces the amount of distance between the vehicle or pedestrian ahead before the initial warning occurs.

Prerequisite for activation

The AEB gets ready to be activated, when the AEB is selected on the LCD display, and when the following prerequisites are satisfied.

- The ESC is activated.
- To enable the system to detect pedestrians ahead, the vehicle driving speed must be between 5 - 40 mph (8 - 65 km/h).
- To enable the system to detect a vehicle ahead, the vehicle driving speed must be between 5 - 110 mph (8 - 180 km/h).

When traveling above 50 mph (80 km/h), the AEB system only initiates partial braking. This is to prevent unintended full braking to stop in the middle of the highway.

WARNING

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