What Driver Assist Technology Features Does Kia Offer?
Safety is important to every driver and with automakers making more of an effort to provide customers with more safety features, we now have every safety option that we could possibly think of. If you are in the market for a new vehicle and find yourself asking what driver assist technology features does Kia offer? Then this is the place for you. See what driver assist features Kia offers and how they each work.
Once you put your vehicle into reverse, the rear-camera display will show a live image of what’s behind your vehicle. For added convenience, a vehicle footprint that shows bumper width is superimposed in the display.
Rear Parking Assist System
The rear parking assist system uses a sonar sensor system to detect obstacles behind your vehicle. If a hazard is detected, the system provides an audible warning.
Surround View Monitor
The surround view monitor system offers a near all-around view on your monitor. Displaying real-time images from four cameras, the surround view monitor provides a virtual ‘bird’s eye’ view.
Blind Spot Detection System
The system uses advanced technology to help reduce the blind spots on the side and rear areas of the vehicle. The system issues a visual or auditory signal to help warn you of objects not in your view.
Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
An added feature of the blind spot detection system, radar sensors hidden in the corners of the rear bumper can for passing vehicles. If the system detects something, a warning sound and a light appears on the left or right outside rear view mirror, depending on the location of the other vehicle.
Advanced Smart Cruise Control
The advanced smart cruise control system keeps a safe distance between you and the vehicle ahead of you.
Lane Departure Warning System
The camera-based system monitors the position of your vehicle within its lane and helps warn you if it deviates, or is about to deviate from the lane.
Forward Collision Warning System
The forward collision warning system employs a front-mounted radar to detect a potential collision with the car in front and provides the driver audible warnings and visual signals on the meter display.
Autonomous Emergency Braking
Autonomous emergency braking works independently of the driver in critical situations, applying the brakes to help prevent or lessen the effects of a frontal collision.
If you have any questions on one of the Kia driver assist technologies please contact us at Moritz Kia. View our inventory to find your new Kia vehicle and check out what driver assist technology features come in your Kia!