Services & Resources
Genesis GV70 - total consumption (combined): 10,1 - 7,6 l/100 km; CO2 emissions (combined): 230 - 200 g/km (according to WLTP)*.
When the rear door or tailgate is opened, the driver is alerted with a warning sound and a cluster pop-up when the driver disembarks. If the driver fails to notice the alarm and locks the car door, a radar sensor detects movement and provides a second alarm via horn, emergency lights, and SMS.¹
When a risk of collision with a vehicle/pedestrian/bicycle ahead or from the left/right at an intersection is detected, it warns the driver and, if necessary, initiates the brakes. It also detects potential collisions during a lane change and assists in the steering.
Acts as another pair of eyes. If a risk of collision at the rear is detected while changing lanes, this system warns the driver and assists in braking if necessary. Even when leaving a parallel-parked position, it detects the risk of collision at the rear and automatically assists in braking.
If the system recognizes that the driver is not looking ahead, it sends out an alert as a warning.¹
Available as part of the Innovation package, this automated system that controls your speed and keeps you in the correct lane when driving on the motorway. Highway Driving Assist II monitors the distance between you and the car in front, automatically maintaining a safe speed and distance.
The GV70 helps to identify upcoming curves¹ on highways or freeways and adapts accordingly by automatically decelerating and reaccelerating as needed.
Cameras mounted on the vehicle keep you aware of your surroundings and assist with parking by providing a full 360° view.¹ ²
The RSPA included in the Innovation Package searches for a parking space and then automatically controls the steering wheel, vehicle speed, and transmission for an effortless parking experience. The RSPA can also be controlled remotely using the smart key.²
The PCA prevents the vehicle from colliding with pedestrians or nearby obstacles at the rear while parking in or exiting a parking spot, as well as when the vehicle is travelling at low speed, by warning the driver and controlling the vehicle’s braking function.²