Hyundai Cars: Hyundai has implemented new safety features to its vehicles. All of the company’s vehicles will now have three-point seatbelts and a safety reminder notice. Aside from that, the car will have technologies like Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Vehicle Stability Management (VSM), and Hill Assist Control (HAC) for passenger safety.
Hyundai cars: Always on cutting edge of delivering safety features
“Customer safety is our number one priority. We have always been at the forefront of providing safety features. We are committed to raising the safety standards of our product line on an ongoing basis,” stated Tarun Garg, Chief Operating Officer of Hyundai Motor India.
Hyundai cars: Ionic 5 and Alcazar have 6 airbags
The new BS 6 Phase 2 guidelines went into effect on April 1st. In response to which car manufacturers are making changes to their vehicles. Hyundai offers four airbags in its Grand i10 Nios, Venue, and Aura models, according to the information. The Creta and Ioniq come standard with five airbags, while the Alcazar comes with six.
Hyundai cars: Hill Assist Control
When it comes to Hill Assist Control (HAC), kicks in when the vehicle comes to a complete stop. Aside from that, it begins working when the car is on a slope, at a height, or when it comes to a complete stop. When the driver removes his or her foot off the brake as soon as the vehicle comes to a stop, the vehicle moves rearward somewhat. In such a case, this functionality begins to function. This helps to keep the car from rolling rearward.