Hyundai Genesis: Convenient features of your vehicle / Head Up Display (HUD)


The head up display is a transparent display which projects a shadow of some information of the instrument cluster and navigation on the windshield glass.

  • The head up display image on the windshield glass may be invisible when:
    - Sitting posture is bad.
    - Wearing a polarized sunglasses.
    - There is an object on the cover of the head up display.
    - Driving on a wet road.
    - An inadequate lighting is turned on inside the vehicle.
    - Any light comes from the outside.
    - Wearing glasses.
  • If the head up display image is not shown well, adjust the height or illumination of the head up display in the LCD display.
  • When the head up display needs inspection or repair, have your vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.


Head Up Display

  • Do not tint the front windshield glass or add other types of metallic coating. Otherwise, the head up display image may be invisible.
  • Do not place any accessories on the crash pad or attach any objects on the windshield glass.


When replacing the front windshield glass of the vehicles equipped with the head up display, replace it with a windshield glass designed for the head up display operation. Otherwise, duplicated images may be displayed on the windshield glass.

Head Up Display ON/OFF

To activate the head up display, select “Head-up Display” on the “User Settings Mode” in the cluster.

If you do not select “Head-up Display”, the head up display will be deactivated.

Head Up Display Information

1. Turn By Turn (TBT) navigation information

2. Road signs

3. Speedometer

4. Cruise setting speed

5. Advanced Smart Cruise Control (ASCC) information (if equipped)

6. Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) information

7. Blind Spot Detection (BSD) system information (if equipped)

8.Warning lights (Low fuel)

9. Audio/Video information

On the "User settings Mode" of the LCD display, you can activate or deactivate the Turn By Turn (TBT) navigation, smart cruise control (scc), Lane Keeping Assist System(LKAS), and Blind Spot Detection (BSD) system information.


If you select the Turn By Turn (TBT) navigation information as HUD contents, the Turn By Turn (TBT) navigation information will not be displayed on the LCD Display.

Head Up Display Setting

On the LCD display, you can change the head up display settings as follows.

1. Head up display ON/OFF

2. Display height

3. Rotation

4. Illumination

5. Contents setting

6. Speedometer number size

7. Speedometer number color

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