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Genesis GV80, Other Models Lose Advanced Safety Tech Due To Chip Shortage

The Genesis G80 and GV70 also lose these features.

Because to a microprocessor shortage, the Highway Driving Assist II advanced driver assistance suite will be temporarily unavailable on the Genesis G80, GV70, and GV80. Instead, these vehicles will receive the regular version of Highway Driving Assist, which is less advanced. On the Monroney pricing sheet for the impacted automobiles, buyers will see a $200 credit. Edmunds was the first to break the storey.

When Highway Driving Assist II will be available again is unknown at this time. “We are unable to confirm the duration of the change at this time. We’re excited to get these improvements back into the Genesis lineup as soon as possible “Jarred Pellat, a Genesis official, told Motor1.com.

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The machine-learning feature that distinguishes Highway Driving Assist II from the standard version is currently unavailable. This technology is used to alter steering feel based on driving behaviour and to make driver-initiated lane changes.

The G80, GV70, and GV80 will no longer be offered with the following features:

Enhancements to Forward Collision Avoidance Assist (FCA):

Oncoming Lane-Change Oncoming and Side Evasive Steering Assist at a Junction
Assist with lane changes

Smart Cruise Control (SCC) enhancements:

  • Cut-In Response
  • Machine Learning
  • Lane Following Assist w/ Offset Driving

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A forward collision-avoidance assist system is included in the standard Highway Driving Assist system, which can detect cars, pedestrians, and cyclists. Lane departure warning, lane-keeping assist, lane-following assist, blind-spot collision avoidance help, safe exit assist, and smart cruise control are also included.

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The G80 and GV80 came standard with Highway Driving Assist II. To receive the technology for the GV70, buyers had to opt for an option package or upgrade to a larger engine.

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Genesis is far from alone in the auto business in temporarily eliminating functionality from vehicles due to a chip shortage. Due to a shortage of parts, Cadillac dropped Super Cruise from the 2022 Escalade. The availability of sophisticated driver assistance technology for the 2022 CT4 and CT5 sedans has also been delayed.

In addition, Jeep had to eliminate the Quadra-Lift air suspension option from the Grand Cherokee L. In another case, BMW removed touchscreen capabilities from certain models and issued a $500 credit to buyers.

According to estimates from last year, the chip scarcity would improve in late 2022 or early 2023. According to a more recent assessment, the Russian invasion of Ukraine may exacerbate the situation because to a shortage of neon.

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