Active and Passive Safety Features in Genesis Cars

Genesis CarsThe new models of Genesis display the power of Hyundai regarding focus on the safety measures for all. The aim is to ensure road safety as well as driver and passenger safety whenever the vehicle is moving on its wheels.

As explained by the Genesis dealer Cherry Hill, the standard of the security measures has reached a higher stratum because of its dual safety systems involving active and passive ones that can protect all the occupants inside the cabin from every possible direction every time and against all odds.

The Active Safety Measures

The ‘Active’ Safety measures in Genesis is surrounded by Sensory technologies that make the drivers aware and alert them of the upcoming hazards that can possibly approach them.

Lane Keeping Assist

Genesis cars today come loaded with safety features like Anti-lock Brakes Assist System (ABS), Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD). There is even an Advanced Traction Cornering Control (ATCC) system added to the safety package that can interact with the ESC system to improve driving stability.

Lane Departure Warning

This feature is used for detecting a lane crossing when done without pressing the indication button. To alert the driver, two types of warning signs are given. One through vibration in the steering wheel and another is the warning light flashing in the binnacle

Tyre Pressure Monitoring

To keep a track on the tyre pressure there is an advanced Tyre Pressure Monitoring system that comes with individual tyre pressure readouts, to make sure each tyre has the correct amount of inflation.

Passive safety technologies

Passive safety technologies in Genesis cars include a number of features like a padded front and rear head restraint, nine airbags, placed in front, near the knee line, front and rear seat-mounted sides, on the roof and side curtains

Automatic Emergency Braking

With the help of the sensor-fusion technology, this system employs an automatic braking action whenever the car reaches unsafe closing speed towards the front vehicle.

The Smart Cruise Control

The Smart Cruise Control system is installed to enable the start-stop functionality that can operate seamlessly when the car is proceeding towards a slow-to-stationary traffic. The system can even detect a vehicle that is stationary ahead and can apply the Autonomous Emergency Braking system when necessary.

Emergency Steering Support

It automatically changes the suspension and electronic stability control settings to keep the emergency steering actions on, to assist in events of an impending collision.

Blind Spot Detection System

It helps to monitor the traffic around the car through a head-up display projecting the BSD system indicator placed on the vehicle’s windscreen.

Lane Change Assist

This system is to help in detection of vehicles approaching and meanwhile alert the driver from avoiding high closing speeds.

CO2 Sensor

This sensor is located under the glove box to monitor the vehicle’s intake of fresh air or re-circulated air.

Summing Up

The Genesis Cherry Hill concluded that the new Genesis models are designed to protect everyone inside the vehicle as well as outside. It can detect pedestrians, its active hood gets lifted to absorb the sudden shocks and all this safety technologies join hands to shrink down the risk of injuries and bigger losses.

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