Hyundai Accomplishes Voluntary Rear Occupant Alert Commitment
A core focus for Hyundai is the safety features of its vehicles. Proud to announce, Hyundai has added a rear seat reminder to the majority of their models. Thus providing a a sense of security for its drivers. See how Hyundai continues to remain committed to leading safety technologies.
Hyundai has exceeded its voluntary commitment to implement rear seat reminder systems in most of its product line-up. To date, all 2023 Hyundai vehicles (excluding NEXO) produced for sale in the U.S. offer Rear Occupant Alert (ROA) technology as standard. Additionally, a more advanced ultra-sonic ROA technology is offered as optional on a number of Hyundai vehicles and standard on the Santa Fe PHEV and Santa Fe HEV . ROA technology reminds the driver to check the backseat area to ensure a child or pet isn’t accidentally left in the rear seat after parking. The system helps prevent pediatric heatstroke from kids being left inside a parked vehicle.
“Hyundai is committed to providing leading-edge safety technologies for our customers, passengers and for other road users,” said Brian Latouf, global chief safety officer, Hyundai Motor Company. “With Hyundai’s standard safety technology offerings, including – Rear Occupant Alert (ROA), Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) with Pedestrian Detection/Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB), Lane Keep Assist (LKA) /Lane Departure Warning (LDW), and Driver Attention Warning (DAW), Hyundai is helping our customers avoid crashes and minimize the likelihood of fatalities and injuries on the road. These safety accomplishments are another proof point of Hyundai’s leadership in the automotive industry.”
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