As for safety, driver attention warning, LED headlights with auto high beams, lane following assist, lane keep assist, forward collision avoidance, rear occupant alert, a rearview camera with dynamic parking guidelines, front and rear parking sensors, and a blind-spot monitoring system with collision avoidance assist are all offered. You can also have highway driving assist with traffic sight recognition, navigation-based smart cruise control, reverse parking collision avoidance, vehicle exit warning, and radar-based smart cruise control with stop-and-go.
In addition, a new X-Line trim aims to add a more rugged yet sporty image to the SUV while an X-Pro package offers all-terrain tires, LED fog lights, ventilated front seats, multi-terrain drive modes, and more for genuine bushwhacking ability.
“What the X-Line and X-Pro models do is provide a more adventurous personality that consumers are seeking. It’s a partner that comes with them,” said Derek Wong, chassis engineer. “It provides a more enjoyable and easier outdoor life activities. It comes standard with active AWD with hydraulic electric lock, which brings you more confidence in your outdoor adventures.”
More information will be released before the Sportage is expected to go on sale domestically in the first quarter of 2022.