When it’s too close for comfort.

The Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) system, when active, utilises the front radar sensor and windshield mounted camera to detect and monitor vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists in front of the vehicle. If a potential collision is detected, the system’s Forward Collision Warning (FCW) function will sound an audible warning chime and display a visual warning in the Supervision cluster. FCW is active above speeds of 8km/h, up to speeds of 70km/h for pedestrians and up to speeds of 180km/h for vehicles.

Additionally, Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) works in conjunction with FCW to automatically apply the vehicle’s brakes in the case of a potential collision (where no driver intervention is detected after a FCW system warning). FCA is active above speeds of approximately 8km/h, and will attempt to bring the vehicle to a partial or complete stop if activated up to speeds of 70 km/h for pedestrians and complete stop up to speeds of 80 km/h for vehicles. Between speeds of 81 – 180 km/h when activated, for vehicles, FCA will slow down the Tucson in order to reduce the severity of the collision. In all scenarios of operation (visual and audible warning, slowing down or bringing vehicle to complete stop), pedestrian detection will only occur if the pedestrian is moving at speeds below 10 km/h.

Available on the Go with safety pack, Active X with safety pack, Elite & Highlander variants.