Brake Assit System (BAS) Shown
If BAS detects emergency braking, based on how quickly you step on the brake pedal, it instantly applies full braking force, which helps shorten your overall stopping distance.
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4-Wheel Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS)
ABS is the foundation of an active safety system. It helps provide greater vehicle control when stopping in difficult conditions like wet or slippery roads.
Front & Rear Crumple Zones
Tire-Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
This system includes airpressure sensors located at each wheel. If a tire reaches a specified low air pressure, a warning light will alert you.
Even with TPMS, always check your tire pressure on a regular basis.
Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
ESC monitors your vehicle’s response during emergency maneuvers. It then controls the engine and brakes to help keep your Optima on course.
Some features are available only as optional equipment. Image shown for reference only.
Electronic Brake-Force Distribution (EBD)
To help maintain more consistent braking as vehicle loads and weight distribution change, EBD adjusts the front-to-rear balance of brake pressure.
Side-Impact Door Beams
All doors are reinforced with steel beams to help absorb impact energy and deflect side-impact force. Both the A and B pillars are also reinforced to help strengthen the body of the vehicle.
This advanced system monitors the severity of an impact, the presence of a front passenger and seat-belt use, and then controls airbag inflation accordingly.
For maximum protection, always wear your seat belt. Inflated airbags are shown for illustration only.