Hyundai Santa Fe will be equipped with an advanced monitoring system of blind zonesMay 31, 2019
This is an advanced technology Blind-Spot View Monitor, which debuted last year on the new hydrogen model NEXO. This system completely eliminates the so-called “blind” zones, broadcasting a completely different angle than the traditional rear-view camera and all-round viewing system.
The popular crossover Hyundai Santa Fe has got a modern tracking system of “blind” zones. Recall, the automaker has already tested this innovative technology on its NEXO. Now the Blind-Spot View Monitor system has become available for Santa Fe. Implementation will happen in a few months. It is known that European motorists will get improved Santa Fe in the middle of summer.
As the name implies, an advanced monitoring system, the main job of the Blind-Spot View Monitor is to show what is happening in areas that the driver cannot control while driving.
A combination of pictures from two rear-view cameras is displayed on the central screen. Previously, they tried to portray something similar in Honda, but then engineers limited themselves to a picture from a single camera. Hyundai also began to broadcast the image from two sides: behind the right or left of the car. This visibility greatly improves visibility in difficult road conditions – at night or in bad weather. Cameras are activated when turning the turn signals.
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