Hyundai Elantra Owners and Service Manuals

Hyundai Elantra: Drive Mode Integrated Control System / Smart shift on trip computer

Select the Trip Computer mode () on the instrument cluster LCD display and move to the smart shift screen. Then, the driver can see the drive mode selected and the drive mode which is automatically switched by the SMART mode.

The drive mode selected by the driver (1) and the driving style gauge (2) showing the driver’s driving style are displayed on the screen.

Driver’s style gauge in SMART mode

With the standard driving style in the center, the left side of the gauge is ‘Econ.’ and right side is ‘Dynamic’ style.

When the left side of the driver’s style gauge is filled up and after a certain time passes, the SMART ECO mode is activated automatically. When the right side of the gauge is filled up and sporty driving condition is detected, the SMART SPORT mode is activated.

To maintain the SMART ECO mode for fuel efficiency, drive with the left side of the gauge filled up.

    Drive Mode

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    Special Driving Conditions

    Hazardous Driving Conditions When hazardous driving elements are encountered such as water, snow, ice, mud and sand, take the below suggestions: Drive cautiously and keep a longer braking distance...

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