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Hyundai Tucson: Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning (RCCW)

Hyundai Tucson - Fourth generation (NX4) - (2020-2023) - Workshop Manual / Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) / Rear Corner Radar System / Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning (RCCW)

  1. RCCW activating conditions

(1) User Setting Menu (USM): Select 'Driver Assist Parking Safety' - 'Rear Cross-Traffic Safety'

(2) Shift lever position: R

(3) Vehicle speed: 0 ~ 8 km/h

(4) Speed of opponent vehicle: 5 km h or faster

  1. RCCW deactivating condition

(1) Vehicle speed: 10 kmh or faster

  1. Warning zone

  1. RCCW warning conditions

(1) Condition: A warning occurs when the collision risk with the vehicle approaching from the rear corner is detected while pulling out your vehicle backward.

(2) Warning occurs within 3.5~2.1 seconds (normal)/2.9~2.1 seconds (slow) based on the TTI (Time To Intersection)

WARNING

It is the estimated collision time calculated by using the relative distance/speed, which means that a collision may occur after estimated collision time. (It varies depending on the relative speed of the approaching vehicle)

WARNING

A. Vehicles approaching at a diagonal angle of 35º

A1 Vehicles approaching at a diagonal angle of 55º

B 2m from the rear bumper end

C 6m from the rear bumper end

D 25m of distance from the center line of the vehicle + (your vehicle width/2)

E. lm of distance from the center line of the vehicle + (your vehicle width/2)

(3) When a part of the target vehicle enters inside the line A. B, C, D. E area

(4) When the driving direction of the target vehicle passes through the F and G

(5) The right side area of the vehicle is symmetrical

Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA)

  1. RCCA activating conditions

(1) User Setting Menu (USM): Select 'Driver Assist' - 'Parking Safety' -> 'Rear Cross-Traffic Safety'

(2) Shift lever position: R

(3) Vehicle speed: 0 ~ 8 km/h

(4) Speed of opponent vehicle: 5 km h or faster

(5) Other functions related with ESC not working

  1. RCCW deactivating conditions

(1) Vehicle speed: 10 km h or faster

(2) Other functions related with ESC working

  1. Warning zone

  1. Conditions for RCCA control

(1) Warning occurs approximately within 2.1 ~ 3.5 seconds based on the TTI (Time to Intersection) when a target vehicle enters the warning zone.

(2) Refer to conditions below based on the TTI (Time to Intersection)

WARNING

A Rear bumper end

B 6m from the rear bumper end

C 10m from the center of the vehicle + (your vehicle width/2)

D lm from the center of the vehicle + (your vehicle width/2)

E. Based on the transverse of rear bumper of your vehicle / Approaching angle is below 55º

F 0.5m from the center of the vehicle + (your vehicle width/2)

G Xcp position is - lm from the rear bumper end

* Xcp: To the collision position of your vehicle and the target vehicle / Positioned at X direction

(3) When a part of the target vehicle enters inside the line F & G area (Selected as a target to be interested if target vehicle enters inside the line A, B. C, D)

(4) When the driving direction of the target vehicle passes through the F and G

(5) In case of the opponent vehicle TTI<1 second & your vehicle TTI < 2 seconds (varies depending on the vehicle model)

(6) The right side area of the vehicle is symmetrical

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