Hyundai Elantra: Rear Cross-traffic Collision Warning (RCCW) System / System Setting and Operation

System setting

Hyundai Elantra. System Setting and Operation

• Setting Blind-Spot Safety function

The driver can activate the systems by placing the ignition switch to the ON position and by selecting 'User Settings → Driver Assistance → Blind-Spot Safety → Rear Cross-Traffic Safety'. The RCCW turns on and gets ready to be activated when 'Rear Cross-Traffic Safety' is selected.

• When the engine is turned off then on again, the systems always get ready to be activated.

• When the system is initially turned on and when the engine is turned off then on again, the warning light will illuminate for 3 seconds on the outside rearview mirror.

Hyundai Elantra. System Setting and Operation

• Setting Warning Timing

The driver can select the initial warning activation time in the User Settings in the LCD display by selecting 'User Settings → Driver Assistance → Warning Timing'.

The options for the initial Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning includes the following:

- Normal:

When this option is selected, the initial Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning is activated normally. If this setting feels sensitive, change the option to 'Later'.

The warning activation time may feel late if a vehicle at the side or rear abruptly accelerates.

- Later:

Select this warning activation time when the traffic is light and you are driving in a low speed.

Information

If you change the warning timing, the warning time of other systems may change. Always be aware before changing the warning timing.

Operating conditions

To operate:

Go to the 'User Settings → Driver Assistance → Blind-Spot Safety → Rear Cross-Traffic Safety' in the cluster LCD display. The system will turn on and standby to activate.

The system will operate when vehicle speed is below 10 km/h (7 mph) and with the shift lever in R (Reverse).

* The system will not operate when the vehicle speed exceeds 10 km/h (7 mph). The system will activate again when the speed is below 10 km/h (7 mph).

The system's detecting range is approximately 1 - 65 ft (0.5 – 20 m). An approaching vehicle will be detected if their vehicle speed is within 2.5 - 22.5 mph (4 - 36 km/h).

Note that the detecting range may vary under certain conditions. As always, use caution and pay close attention to your surroundings when backing up your vehicle.

Rear Cross-traffic Collision Warning (RCCW) System
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