What is a surround-view monitor?
This advanced safety feature uses four cameras to view the front, back, and sides of your Sorento. When you are in reverse, it will automatically engage the surround-view monitor to provide you with a top-down view to help you with parking. You can also switch between different angles to help improve awareness. The top-down view feature can be used even at speeds of 15 km/h or less.
The system can also let you know if it detects one of the front doors or trunk open with on-screen warnings. It can even detect when the side mirrors are folded to let you know before you leave.
The blind-spot view monitor is a feature offered on the new 2021 Kia Sorento. Each of the Sorento’s mirrors houses a wide-angle camera that stays out of sight but provides an expansive view.
The blind-spot view monitor is a feature offered on the new 2021 Kia Sorento. Each of the Sorento’s mirrors houses a wide-angle camera that stays out of sight but provides an expansive view. This safety system works alongside some other safety systems to provide you with a high-solution feed on the TFT-LCD instrument cluster when you’re trying to change lanes.
The camera view will appear on the left or right of the new Supervision 12-3-inch instrument cluster, depending on which direction you’re going. In addition to the traditional mirrors on the Sorento, you’ll have a great view of your surroundings to stay more aware out on the road.