The competition in Pakistan’s C-SUV category has intensified as car manufacturers strive to distinguish their offerings with advanced features. Hyundai Nishat Motor, a prominent player in the Pakistani automotive industry, has quickly gained ground and established the Hyundai Tucson as a top choice among customers. To further enhance the Tucson’s appeal, Hyundai has now introduced front and rear parking sensors in the top-of-the-line Tucson AWD variant, setting new safety standards in the segment.
The inclusion of front and rear parking sensors in the Hyundai Tucson AWD demonstrates the brand’s commitment to delivering best-in-class safety features to its customers. As parking in tight spaces becomes increasingly challenging, these sensors prove to be a game-changer by reducing the risk of collisions and making parking effortless and stress-free.
Harnessing state-of-the-art technology, the front and rear parking sensors in the Tucson AWD utilize ultrasonic and radar sensors to accurately detect obstacles in the vehicle’s proximity. Through a combination of audio and visual cues, the system alerts the driver as the vehicle approaches objects. The sensors emit a series of beeps that progressively increase in intensity, allowing the driver to gauge the distance to the obstacle effectively.
Key features of the Tucson AWD’s parking sensors include four ultrasonic sensors positioned on the front and rear of the vehicle, providing comprehensive coverage and precise distance measurements. Audible alerts with increasing frequency and intensity offer clear indications of the distance to obstacles, facilitating accurate judgment of proximity. Visual alerts on the MID screen provide a clear overview of the vehicle’s surroundings, enabling drivers to easily identify the location of obstacles. Furthermore, the system activates automatically upon shifting into reverse, ensuring a seamless and hassle-free experience.
The Tucson AWD is not only equipped with parking sensors but also offers an array of other premium features. These include a smart tailgate, panoramic sunroof, HTRAC all-wheel drive system, differential lock, wireless charger, puddle lamps, ECM mirror with compass, power seats with lumbar support, and a cooled glove box. To prioritize safety, the Tucson AWD incorporates downhill brake control, dual SRS airbags, hill-start assist, an anti-lock braking system, and a shell constructed from Advanced High Strength Steel (AHSS).
Hyundai’s decision to equip the Tucson AWD with front and rear parking sensors reflects the brand’s understanding of the evolving needs and expectations of Pakistani consumers. In a market where safety features are increasingly sought after, Hyundai’s commitment to delivering advanced safety technologies further enhances the appeal of the already popular Tucson AWD.