Hyundai Kona: Convenient features of your vehicle / Head up display (HUD)

The head up display is a transparent display which projects a shadow of some information of the instrument cluster and navigation on the display located on the crash pad.

Precautions while using the head up display

It may be difficult to read information on the head up display in the following situations.

- The driver is improperly positioned in the driver’s seat.
- The driver wears polarizing-filter sunglasses.
- An object is located above the head up display cover.
- The vehicle is driven on a wet road.
- Any improper lighting accessory is installed inside the vehicle, or there is incoming light from outside of the vehicle.
- The driver wears glasses.
- The driver wears contact lenses.

When it is difficult to read the head up display information, adjust the head up display angle or the head up display brightness level in the User Settings Mode. For more information, refer to "LCD Display" in this chapter.

WARNING

CAUTION

Head Up Display ON/OFF

With the engine ON, you can turn ON/OFF the HUD by pressing the HUD button on the crash pad.

With the engine OFF, the HUD will close automatically when the door is locked by a remote or smart key.

If your vehicle uses a smart key, the HUD will close automatically when the door is locked by pressing the button on the outside door handle.

If the engine is OFF and the door is not locked, the HUD will close automatically after approximately 5 minutes.

Head Up Display Information

1. Turn By Turn (TBT) navigation information
2. Road signs
3. Speedometer
4. Cruise setting speed
5. Lane Keeping Assist (LKA) system information (if equipped)
6. Blind-spot Collision Warning (BCW) system information (if equipped)
7.Warning lights
8. Audio/Video information

Information

If you select the Turn By Turn (TBT) navigation information as HUD contents, the Turn By Turn (TBT) navigation information will not be displayed on the LCD Display.

Head Up Display Setting

On the LCD display, you can change the head up display settings as follows.

Digital Speedometer
This message shows the speed of the vehicle (km/h, MPH). ...

Lighting
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