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  • 2021 Mazda CX-5 launched in the UK – petrol mills with cylinder deactivation, 10.25″ display; new Kuro Edition

    The 2021 Mazda CX-5 has officially landed in the UK. Its arrival marks the first time the 2.5 litre SkyActiv-G petrol engine is being offered, and the refreshed line-up also sees the addition of the CX-5 Kuro special edition model.

    All 18 variants of the CX-5 now feature the sleeker 10.25-inch widescreen infotainment display. This is the same unit that made its debut last August when the CX-5 was updated for the US market. It has a faster processor, allowing for a snappier experience. The head unit also hasA ndroid Auto and Apple CarPlay functionalities, plus other connected services and a more intuitive Mazda Connect Commander operation.

    The upgraded display also enables owners to peruse the MyMazda App. This offers features such as remote door locking, vehicle finder, remote pre-programming of GPS navigation, service booking request and security alert.

    Like before, the range of petrol and diesel engines continue to be offered, along with options for both a six-speed automatic and six-speed manual transmissions. But new here is the 194 PS 2.5L SkyActiv-G mill which was introduced with the Mazda 6 last year. This four-cylinder engine features cylinder deactivation, a technology that is also available for manual variants with the 2.0L SkyActiv-G.

    The throttle pedal calibration has been optimised for all engines. Mazda says this improves better response and control, further enhancing the responsiveness of the six-speed automatic transmission.

    Now, let’s talk about the Kuro Edition. Production of this special model is only limited to 750 units, and it’s available in either Soul Red Crystal or Polymetal Grey metallic paints. Whichever colour you go with, a set of blacked out 19-inch alloys with black mirror caps come as standard. The Kuro Edition is only available with the 2.0 SkyActiv-G engine.

    Inside, it features power adjustable driver’s seat, heated front seats and sportier black leatherette/suede upholstery as standard. It also gets a black dashboard, with red contrast stitching used on the seats, steering wheel, knee pads, gearshift surround, as well as armrest and door surrounds.

    Mazda Motors UK managing director, Jeremy Thomson said: “Since the launch of the first-generation CX-5 in 2012, this SUV has been a crucial car in the UK market. It has always been a hugely popular car that’s loved for its style, practicality and dynamic appeal, the second-generation car only enhanced that further and thanks to successive updates and refinements, it has remained right at the top of the class.”

    “To date, 490,849 units have been sold in Europe and more than 3.1 million globally, making it Mazda’s best-selling model. Here in the UK, the CX-5 accounts for 26% of our new car sales and it’s a car that performs consistently strongly in the used market as well,” he added.

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  • Full lane closures at KL-Seremban Highway near South City Plaza for MRT works, contra flow by stages

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    Turnkey contractor of the MRT Putrajaya Line, MMC-Gamuda, has announced the continuation of full lane closures and activation of contra flow by stages at the KL-Seremban Highway. The stretch in question is KM 307 to 309 near South City Plaza.

    According to MMC-Gamuda, the lane closures are to facilitate pedestrian overhead bridge launching works and any other related works. The Serdang Raya South MRT station is across the highway from South City Plaza. The work will be done everyday till February 3, from 10pm to 5am daily.

    During the full lane closure for KL-bound traffic, motorists will be diverted to a contra flow lane in the Seremban-bound side. When works move to the other side, Seremban-bound traffic will be diverted to the contra flow lane on the KL-bound side. See the maps above.

    Motorists are advised to follow traffic signs and the direction of the flagmen during the activation of these road closures. However, with the movement control order (MCO) in place, late night traffic should be light enough for this to not cause much congestion.

    The MRT Putrajaya Line, formerly known as the MRT Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP) Line, is set to start operating partially by mid 2021, with the full line open to the public by 2022.


  • 2021 MINI 3-door, 5-door, Convertible facelift revealed – second F55, F56, F57 LCI adds radical new looks

    Wait, didn’t the MINI Hatch and Convertible already receive a facelift in 2018? Yes, but evidently, the current generation is going to stick around a little longer, so the core models are getting their second nip and tuck to tide us over. This time, the changes go far further than just new head- and taillights.

    In fact, those lamps are the only items that have not been changed, although even the headlights now feature darkened internals and LED technology as standard. The rest of the car has seen a substantial redesign, with the trademark grille now taking up the entire front fascia.

    Within the grille, the centre section is now painted in body colour and features a slim air intake. The chrome detailing has also been minimised, consisting of a smaller second grille outline for the One and Cooper models and just a single strip on the Cooper S. Vertical air inlets at the corners of the bumper take the place of the old fog lights, their functionality replaced by the “bad weather light” on the optional adaptive headlights.

    Along the side, the “side scuttle” appliqués have been redesigned and come with LED indicators, while the Cooper SE‘s boxier side mirrors have now been rolled out across the entire lineup. The grille outline is repeated in the design of the new rear bumper, again with a body-coloured strip; the corners are also more angular, presumably to aid aerodynamics.

    New looks aside, the Hatch and Convertible are also available with three colours – Rooftop Grey, Island Blue and Zesty Yellow, the latter being initially exclusive to the soft-top. There are also new 18-inch Pulse Spoke alloy wheels with a concentric design, plus a gloss black finish for the existing 17-inch Tentacle Spoke items. Other options have been lifted from various special editions, including the Scissor Spoke from the Sidewalk, the Pedal Spoke from the 60 Years Edition and the Circuit Spoke from the John Cooper Works Clubman.

    Another new option is the Multitone Roof, said to be a world first – a gradated finish from San Marino Blue through Pearly Aqua to Jet Black. It’s created using a new Spray Tech wet-on-wet paint process, which causes slight variations in the pattern due to changing environmental conditions, making each one unique.

    The restyling continues inside with new air vents that sport a rounded rectangular shape for the centre outlets. The signature chrome highlights have also been dialled back, while the decorative dashboard trim now spans the entire width of the car and is available in new Silver Chequered and MINI Yours Aluminium options. The dash is also now automatically colour matched to the seats.

    Speaking of which, the upholstery options include a new Light Chequered fabric and faux Black Pearl leather combination. The ambient lighting has been extended into the dashboard and doors and includes a new laser-etched design for the illuminated centre ring. The system’s 12 colours are divided equally between the new Lounge and Sport display modes, which are also linked to the Mid, Green and Sport drive modes.

    Also new is the steering wheel, incorporating flat buttons and an optional Nappa leather wrap, along with a heated function for the first time. There’s also a revised infotainment interface with colour backgrounds and live information on the home screen. All models now come as standard with the largest 8.8-inch touchscreen, with a five-inch digital instrument display – also lifted from the Cooper SE – available as an option.

    Safety-wise, the Hatch and Convertible are now available with lane departure warning as part of the optional Driver Assistance Package. The new Driving Assistance Package Plus throws in the previously separate adaptive cruise control, which receives a stop and go function on models fitted with an automatic gearbox.

    The 2018 facelift introduced a range of new engines, all of which have been carried over here. They include a B38 1.5 litre turbocharged three-cylinder that produces 75 PS in the One First, 102 PS in the One and 136 PS in the Cooper, as well as a 2.0 litre turbo four-pot making 178 PS in the Cooper S and 231 PS in the John Cooper Works. All models comply with Euro 6d emissions standards, with diesels having been discontinued.

    Customers can choose between six-speed manual and seven-speed dual-clutch transmissions, with the JCW models being offered exclusively with an eight-speed automatic. The Cooper SE continues to be offered, powered by the same 184 PS electric motor and the same 32.6 kWh lithium-ion battery that delivers a claimed range of between 203 and 234 km on the WLTP cycle.

    Under the skin, the Hatch and Convertible benefit from a revised adaptive suspension option, now with continuous frequency-selective damping to improve ride comfort and handling. This utilises an additional valve on the traction side to smooth out sudden pressure peaks, reducing the damping force by up to 50%. The Cooper SE’s electronic parking brake is also now fitted to the rest of the lineup when combined with an automatic gearbox, the Driver Assistance Package and wheel sizes of at least 17 inches.

  • Elon Musk responds to Waymo CEO’s comments – claims “Tesla has better AI hardware and software”

    It didn’t take long for Elon Musk to respond to Waymo CEO John Krafcik’s comments on Autopilot, with the Tesla CEO taking to Twitter to say “to my surprise, Tesla has better AI hardware and software than Waymo (money).”

    The reply highlights the amount of funding that Waymo has received from investors outside its parent company Alphabet, which is a subsidiary of Google. Last year, the autonomous driving technology development company managed to raise USD2.25 billion in March, followed by an additional USD750 million in May for a total of USD3 billion.

    Waymo has partnerships with several manufacturers to integrate its technology, including with Daimler AG, the Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi Alliance, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Jaguar Land Rover, and Volvo.

    The company also operates a robotaxi service called Waymo One in Phoenix, Arizona, and is currently testing Waymo Via, an autonomous driving solution for moving goods. Meanwhile, Tesla’s R&D budget from 2017 to 2019 were routinely over USD1.3 billion, although all that money is channelled to a variety of areas and not just autonomous driving systems.

    Waymo’s funding initiative was brought up by Krafcik in his interview with Germany’s Manager Magazin, where he said that the company’s vehicles would cost “no more than a moderately equipped Mercedes-Benz S-Class,” Forbes reports. The S-Class in the United States is priced around USD100,000, while Tesla vehicles start at USD35,000 and are equipped with hardware that will support future self-driving capabilities.

    In the same interview, Krafcik also said that Tesla isn’t a competitor in the field of self-driving vehicles, noting that the company is “developing a really good driver-assistance system” instead. Since then, Waymo has provided clarification on its CEO’s comments, which were paraphrased from a much lengthier statement.

    As posted by Forbes, the full transcript of the interview includes Krafcik’s more detailed comments on Autopilot and its accompanying Full Self-Driving Capability (FSD) features, which still requires the driver to be ready to take over the steering wheel at all times.

    “Tesla is a car company making a really good driver assist system. And I think Tesla does a really good job in their legal statements warning the drivers of those cars to pay attention, to keep their hands on the steering wheel, and reminding the human driver that they’re the ones in control of the car. So, no, Tesla is not a competitor at all. They’re a car company making a driver assist system. We’re a company making a fully autonomous driver,” said Krafcik at the time.

    “One thing we do believe is that it’s a discontinuous step function between a driver assist system and a fully autonomous system. So, the idea that you can just someday magically leap from one to another is a big leap of judgement and faith,” he continued.

    “Again, just based on the experience we’ve had, understanding what’s required from a sensing and perception standpoint compared to the sort of capabilities that are in the very basic and rudimentary driver assist systems that we see on the road today – it’s orders of magnitude difference in terms of sensor capabilities and sensor robustness.”

    “And that’s just the first (step), right. After sensing and perception comes the really hard part of predicting the movement of all of the agents on the road in front of you and then planning your path around those agents. That takes massive, massive skills and massive capabilities in AI and machine learning competencies. I think it’s something that we’re very, very well suited for and are quite good at. I think it’s challenging for others to have that capability and also be good at making cars,” Krafcik adds.

  • MAA forecasts 8% rise in TIV for 2021 – 570,000 units

    The Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) says it is optimistic that the local automotive market will rebound in 2021, and has confidently forecast that the total industry volume (TIV) will grow by nearly 8% from 2020, in which 529,434 units were shifted.

    Buoyed by the industry’s performance in the second half of 2020, where strong demand and sales ensured that the final TIV surpassed the 470,000-unit forecast made earlier in the year, the association is projecting a TIV of 570,000 units for 2021. Passenger vehicles are expected to deliver 513,000 units out of the total.

    In delivering the bullish forecast, it said that a number of economic and environmental factors were taken into account, among them the continuation of the sales tax (SST) exemption for passenger vehicles under the Penjana stimulus package, which was supposed to have ended on December 31 last year but has been extended until June 30.

    This, along with continued promotional campaigns by car companies to push sales and to maintain market share as well as lower hire purchase loan interest rates, will help sustain buying interest, the association added.

    The MAA also offered a forecast of the TIV going into 2025. It said that by 2022, it anticipates that the yearly volume will return to that of 2019, in which 604,281 units were sold (the latter figure is slightly revised from the 604,287 units reported at the start of last year).

    In 2023, this will climb to 622,300 units, and the roughly 3% growth is projected to continue in 2024, with 641,600 units being the TIV forecast for that year. By 2025, this is expected jump to 662,100 units, effectively bringing the TIV back to the level last seen in 2014 and 2015.

  • BMW M5 CS – 635 hp/750 Nm, 0-100 km/h in three seconds; more carbon, less weight, four bucket seats

    After some teasing, the BMW M5 CS has been unveiled, and in line with past M models bearing the CS suffix, the latest M sedan gets more power, less weight and a sprinkling of motorsport-inspired styling.

    The CS now sits at the top of a trio of M5 variants, the ‘regular’ model as well as the 616 hp M5 Competition. The CS is visually distinguished by trim elements finished in Gold Bronze, namely the kidney grille surrounds, gills on the front wings as well as the 20-inch M forged wheels in 9.5J and 10.5J widths shod with 275/35 and 285/35 tyres front and rear, respectively.

    Its front end sports yellow daytime running light elements in its BMW Laserlight ensemble instead of the regular items in white, recalling the GT race cars, says BMW. Carbon-fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) is employed for the construction of the M5 CS bonnet, front splitter, exterior mirror covers, rear spoiler and diffuser, engine compartment cover as well as intake silencer.

    In the earlier teaser, BMW M CEO Markus Flasch had revealed that the M5 CS tips the scales at 70 kg less than the M5 Competition. Also marking out this M5 as a CS is the stainless-steel exhaust system and M carbon-ceramic brakes, which can be specified with calipers in red as standard or optionally in gold.

    There’s more motorsport inspiration in the cabin of the M5 CS. Inside, the driver and front passenger are seated in M Carbon seats while the rear passengers get individual rear seats, making this a strict four-seater. Merino leather in black features as seat upholstery, paired with contrast panels and stitching in Mugello Red. The integrated head restraints show an outline of the famed Nürburgring circuit, and the front seats also have illuminated M5 logos.

    Further identifiers include the Alcantara-trimmed steering wheel with red central position marker, the carbon-fibre shift paddles as well as the steering wheel spoke trim in black chrome. The standard M5’s central armrest with opening lid is replaced by a fixed lightweight cover, while here the black Merino leather is similarly joined by red contrast stitching.

    Here, the M5 CS builds on the F90-generation facelifted M5 by getting another 19 hp on top of that offered by the M5 Competition with 635 hp at 6,00 rpm, along with 750 Nm of torque between 1,800 – 5,950 rpm, from a tweaked 4.4 litre biturbo V8 engine that sends its outputs to all four wheels via an eight-speed Steptronic M automatic gearbox.

    The driveline continues to be the M xDrive AWD system that can direct up to 100% of drive to the rear axle for true AWD, and is equipped with a fully variable Active M differential with a 0-100% available locking effect. Thus equipped, the M5 CS can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 3.0 seconds, 0-200 km/h in 10.3 seconds and attain a top speed of 305 km/h.

    Available in Brands Hatch Grey metallic, Frozen Brands Hatch Grey metallic and Frozen Deep Green metallic (as seen here), the BMW M5 CS goes on sale in the Northern Hemisphere spring of 2021 at 180,400 euros (RM887,096).

  • Singapore mandates brakes for bicycles on public roads, considering third party insurance for cyclists

    Cyclists in neighbouring Singapore will no longer be able to ride brakeless on public paths and roads in the future. This comes about from a set of recommendations forwarded by the Singapore Ministry of Transport, reports Channel News Asia.

    The recommendation was listed in the Active Mobility Advisory Panel’s fourth review, which has been accepted by the government. Submitted on December 30, the review intends to promote safe use of active mobility devices.

    This ruling mainly affects riders of “fixies” or fixed gear bicycles. Unlike freewheel equipped bicycles, fixies do not allow the rider to stop pedalling and “coast”, and the rider is required to keep their feet moving at all times.

    Braking on a fixie is done with the rider exerting pressure on the pedals, or back pedalling. However, this requires effort and coordination and there is no guarantee the rider is able to stop in time in an emergency.

    To abode by the ruling, cyclists are required to have at least one brake installed and functional when using public paths and roads. Placing the onus on safety on cyclists, a statement from the ministry said, “All active mobility device users should continue to practise safe riding and to look out for other path and road users.”

    Addressing the issue of insurance for cyclists, the panel highlighted the need to monitor this requirement, which has been in effect in Singapore since December 2020 for all mobility device users who ride for business or commercial reasons to be covered by third party insurance.

    The panel advised that the insurance requirement should be extended to non-commercial users with a need for the insurance industry to provide “accessible and affordable third party insurance” for cyclists. In Malaysia, fixies are popular among young riders in urban areas, plus the young cyclists who indulge in the sport of “basikal lanjan” are found of illegally modifying their bicycles for more speed, including the fitting of undersized tyres and removal of brakes.

  • G20 BMW 3 Series, G30 5 Series gain new entry-level PHEV variants – 320e and 520e with 204 PS, 350 Nm

    BMW has revealed several new entry-level plug-in hybrid variants of the G20 3 Series as well as the G30 5 Series, which will be made available to customers from March 2021. Aside from the regular sedan body style, the new additions can also be ordered in Touring guise (G21 and G31), for those who require a bit more boot space.

    For the 3 Series, the new PHEV variants are the 320e and 320e xDrive, although the latter can only be had if you spring for the Touring model; both join the existing 330e and 330e xDrive. Meanwhile, the 520e is the newest PHEV member in the 5 Series range, with others being the 530e, 530e xDrive and 545e xDrive.

    The new additions share an identical powertrain, which is made up of a 2.0 litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine, an electric motor and an eight-speed Steptronic transmission. Rear-wheel drive is standard here, with the exception of the 330e xDrive Touring that gets all-wheel drive.

    BMW says the total system output is 204 PS (201 hp) and 350 Nm of torque, with the engine alone providing 163 PS (161 hp). By comparison, the 330e and 530e’s powertrain churns out 252 PS and 420 Nm, with both also equipped with an XtraBoost feature that temporarily adds 40 PS, resulting in a heady 292 PS.

    Said electric motor draws power from a 12-kWh lithium-ion battery (no charging details just yet), which has the same gross energy content as the 330e and 530e. The 320e Sedan provides an EV range up to 57 km (54 km for the Touring), while the 520e Sedan can do up to 55 km (51 km for the Touring). These figures are around 10 km less than what the more powerful variants offer.

    The battery is installed below rear seat bench to save space, although there are still some reductions compared to non-PHEV variants. With the 320e Sedan, it’s 375 litres (-105 litres), while the 320e Touring provides 410 litres (-90 litres).

    As for the 520e Sedan, there’s 410 litres (-100 litres) available, or 430 litres (-140 litres) for the 520e Touring. It’s the same story with the fuel tank capacity: 40 litres (-19 litres) for the 320e and 46 litres (-22 litres) for the 520e.

    In terms of performance, the 320e takes 7.6 seconds (7.9 seconds for the Touring) to get from zero to 100 km/h, and the top speed is 225 km/h (220 km/h for the Touring). The 320e xDrive Touring requires 8.2 seconds for the century sprint and tops out at 219 km/h.

    As for the 520e, it requires 7.9 seconds (8.2 seconds for the Touring) to get from a standstill to 100 km/h and will reach a top speed of 225 km/h (218 km/h for the Touring). The 330e and 530e are naturally faster, with a 0-100 km/h time of around six seconds and top speed of up to 235 km/h. When running on just electricity, the new PHEV variants match them with a maximum top speed of 140 km/h.

    According to the WLTP test cycle, the 320e’s combined fuel consumption is as low as 1.3 l/100 km (1.4 l/100 km for the Touring, 1.5 l/100 km for the xDrive Touring). The 520e isn’t far off with a minimum figure of 1.3 l/100 km (1.5 l 100 km for the Touring). CO2 emissions range from 29 to 35 g/km.

    In Malaysia, we currently have the 330e M Sport that goes for RM264,613 with the extended warranty and service package, while the pre-facelift 530e M Sport is priced at RM333,693. Would you pick the 320e and 520e over them, trading performance for lower pricing?

  • Hyundai releases Ioniq 5 EV ‘action movie trailer’ style teaser – new electric car to debut in mid-February

    Dramatic film score, car chase scenes, beautiful (appears to be Korean) female lead – this movie seems to have it all. Hyundai has released an official trailer for the world premiere of the Ioniq 5, which from the looks of it, will have a launch movie to go with it.

    Our stone faced heroine seems to be on a mission to find and transport a seed, which is also sought after by baddies, who chase her around in other Hyundai-Kia vehicles. She throws a few punches and shows off her driving skills, without showing a hint of emotion. It ends with her saying “tThe world is ready for the Ioniq 5”.

    No full view of next-generation electric car, just glimpses of its details such as the square U-shaped LED daytime running lights, the hatchback’s roof (solar perhaps), the flush door handles sitting below a sharp crease of a beltline, and the Tetris-style tail lamps sandwiching a rear Ioniq 5 emblem. The front and rear ends of the EV have already been revealed via official teaser images, as have the fancy wheels and arches.

    There’s also a scene at an R&D lab of sorts, where the car’s shell and powertrain are being worked on. The 5 is set to be the first Ioniq model based on the new Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP). Ioniq is now Hyundai’s EV sub-brand, and this 5 will be followed by the Ioniq 6 and 7.

    The Ioniq 5 EV is rumoured to come in rear- and all-wheel drive configurations, with power outputs of up to 310 hp. EV range is said to be 510 km in the WLTP cycle. The supposedly leaked dealer presentation also revealed DC fast charging of up to 232 kW, meaning an 80% state of charge can be reached in just 18 minutes.

    We already know that the E-GMP features a multi-charging system that can accommodate 400- and 800-volt DC charging, with slower AC charging operating on a 240V basis. As per an earlier teaser, expect over 100 km range from five minutes of fast charging.

    There’s also bi-directional charging with Vehicle to Load (V2L) support up to 3.5 kW, meaning the car’s battery can double up as a high-capacity external power bank, as demonstrated by Hyundai’s earlier “Camping” teasers. Those videos show the Ioniq as the perfect camping partner.

    As for dimensions, the Ioniq 5 is said to have a three-metre wheelbase and up to 600 litres of boot space. The cabin sports “completely reclining seats and a mobile console,” paired to a 12.3-inch digital display and a “44-inch head-up display with augmented reality.” Expect Level 2 autonomous driving tech.

  • 2021 Hyundai Tucson N Line unveiled – electrified 1.6 T-GDI, PHEV with up to 265 PS, adaptive dampers

    Say hello to the new 2021 Hyundai Tucson N Line. Unveiled ahead of its launch in Europe, the hot C-segment SUV offers amped up performance, some exclusive styling elements, and new hardware.

    Design-wise, it gets a bolder front bumper with revised intakes, gloss black parametric grille with N Line badge, body-coloured claddings, black bezel frames for the headlights, and gloss black wing mirrors.

    At the back, there’s a larger aerodynamic spoiler with integrated fins, a red reflector band on the lower bumper, plus a satinated diffuser and twin exhaust exits. The Tucson N Line rides on 19-inch wheels with parametric patterns as standard.

    Customers have seven exterior colours to choose from – Shadow Grey (seen here; exclusive to N Line only), Polar White, Engine Red, Sunset Red, Dark Knight, Shimmering Silver, and Phantom Black. All colours except the last two can be had with the optional Phantom Black roof for a two-tone look.

    Inside, the regular Tucson’s cabin is practically lifted wholesale, so it still features the dual 10.25-inch screens – one for the instrumentation and the other for the infotainment system. Unique items here include N-branded sports seats with black suede and leather inserts, red contrast stitching, black headliner, N steering wheel with N logo, N gear shifter, and metal foot pedals.

    At launch, there will be four variants of the 1.6 litre four-cylinder T-GDI engine on offer. The base option is the only one that’s not electrified, offering 150 PS. Above that, the engine gets a 48-volt mild-hybrid system, with outputs being 150 PS or 180 PS.

    The Tucson N Line Hybrid will get a more powerful 230 PS setup, whereas the range-topping PHEV model boasts up to 265 PS. So far, Hyundai hasn’t provided the full details of these powertrains, but expect decent off-the-line performance for the hybrid and PHEV models.

    The automaker will also be offering the electronically controlled suspension system as an option, which equips the SUV with adaptive dampers. Models equipped with this system will enjoy greater comfort and sporty driving characteristics, Hyundai says.

    On the safety side of things, the Tucson N Line is pretty much loaded with everything that came with the vanilla version. Hyundai’s SmartSense system includes highway driving assist, forward collision-avoidance assist with pedestrian detection, lane keeping assist, lane following assist and a blind-spot view monitor as standard. Also on the list are high beam assist and a surround view monitor.


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