Hyundai Genesis: Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) / AEB Operation

Warning message

A warning message and chime will sound when you need to use the brake pedal or steering wheel due to a sudden stop or lack of distance with the vehicle ahead. The warning messages will vary according to the severity of the situation. Immediately reduce your speed to prevent a collision.

Brake operation

In a critical situation:

  • The brake assist system enters standby mode to react promptly when the driver operates the brake pedal.
  • The vehicle automatically reduces speed according to the severity of the situation.
    - Rapidly reduces speed when vehicle speed is under 50 mph (80 km/h)
    - Slowly reduces speed when vehicle speed is over 50 mph (80 km/h)
  • If the driver uses the brake pedal to reduce vehicle speed, the brake assist system operates to increase braking efficiency.
  • If the driver presses down hard on the accelerator pedal or sharply turns the steering wheel, the brake assist system is canceled.

Seat belt operation

The driver's and passenger's seat belt may tighten if the system detects that a vehicle or object is close.

Automatic emergency mode change

In a critical situation, to help avoid collisions, the Automatic Emergency Mode automatically controls the Electronic Control Suspension (ECS) and Electronic Stability Control (ESC). When the critical situation is over, the Electronic Control Suspension (ECS) and Electronic Stability Control (ESC) returns to its previous status.

✽ NOTICE

  • If the AEB is canceled from the User Settings Mode or there is a problem with the AEB system, the Automatic Emergency Mode will not work.
  • If the ESC is off or there is a problem with the ESC system, the Automatic Emergency Mode will not work.
  • The ESC must be on for the Automatic Emergency Mode to control ESC in collision situations.

WARNING

The Automatic Emergency Mode is a supplemental system to assist you and its effects may differ according to road and driving conditions. The vehicle cannot automatically avoid a collision. Do not solely rely on the system and always pay attention to prevent dangerous situations from occurring.

Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB)
The Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) helps avoid accidents by identifying critical situations early and warning the driver. WARNING Take the following precautions when using the Autonomous ...

To cancel the AEB
Go to the User Settings Mode (Driving Assist) and undo the check for AEB (Autonomous Emergency Braking) on the LCD display (For more details refer to "LCD Display" in chapter 3.). ...

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