Hyundai is doing a lot to increase traffic safety and put the needs of its customers first. The next Hyundai Exter CUV/small car is likely to feature the same high-tech safety features as other Hyundai vehicles.
One such change entails making safety reminders and 3-point seatbelts standard equipment for the whole portfolio of vehicles from HMIL. This guarantees the safety of all passengers, including those in the back seats, in the event of an accident.
Airbags 4 and 6 Standard: Providing Access to Road Safety
Offering six airbags as standard safety equipment on a number of its SUV and sedan models is also a good move. It increases the usability of Hyundai safety technology for more customers.
This makes sure that in the case of an accident, the passengers are well-protected. Four airbags come standard on Hyundai Venue, Grand i10, Nios, and Aura models. Six airbags come standard on the Creta, Alcazar, Ioniq5, Verna, Tucson, and Kona.
On VENUE (including N Line range (i20 and VENUE) and higher vehicles, Hyundai has introduced Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Vehicle Stability Management (VSM), and Hill Assist Control (HAC) as standard features. With the aid of these Hyundai safety technologies, you can maintain stability, avoid skidding, and keep from rolling back when going uphill.
Multiple Hyundai models include the Smart Sense Level-2 Advanced Safety Technology (ADAS) features. We applaud Hyundai for choosing to standardise airbags, as well as active and passive safety features, across a variety of vehicles. These features include rear disc brakes, ESC, HAC, and VSM. The Smart Sense Level-2 Advanced Safety Technology (ADAS) features are another group.
Hyundai is exhibiting its dedication to customer safety by giving basic safety features priority. Such elements assist in preventing collisions, maintaining stability, and lowering the danger of injuries.
The complex Smart Sense Level-2 Advanced Safety Technology (ADAS) features are the cornerstone of Hyundai’s commitment to customer safety. Additionally, it has Autonomous Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, Forward Collision Warning, and Lane Departure Warning. The fact that it is offered on a variety of models further solidifies Hyundai’s reputation as a pioneer in automobile safety.
‘Customer safety is our biggest focus,’ said Tarun Garg, Chief Operating Officer of Hyundai Motor India. ‘We have been the pioneers in standardising safety measures.
Hyundai is dedicated to continuously raising the safety standards of our product line, and as a result, we have enhanced our whole line of model offerings to include 3-point seatbelts and seatbelt reminders for every seat as standard features. We are adamant that standardising safety features will provide our clients with greater protection.
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