Standard driver assistance features include active blind-spot monitoring with
rear cross-traffic alert
forward collision warning
with automatic emergency braking,
adaptive cruise control
with stop/go, lane-following assistance, and driver attention monitoring. The Blind View Monitor in the Limited model merits a special mention. When the driver activates a turn signal, video of the relevant side is displayed in the digital instrument cluster, so anything in the usual blind spots becomes visible. The system also produces audible and visual warnings. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) hasn’t crash-tested the Hyundai Nexo. But the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has, making this the first fuel cell vehicle to be put through that process. The Nexo emerged with the institute’s highest accolade of Top Safety Pick+.