Here’s How The Kia Sorento’s Cool Blind Spot Tech Works

If the driver indicates to change lane with another vehicle hidden in their blind spot, the system displays a high-resolution video feed on the left or right side of the digital instrument cluster, overriding the speedometer, tachometer dial display, or the hybrid system gauge in Sorento Hybrid models, while still displaying the car’s current speed. Providing the video feed are wide-angle, high-resolution cameras hidden in each door mirror housing, providing a wider viewing angle than the mirrors to give drivers a clear view of the other vehicle…

While Kia hasn’t confirmed if the Blind-Spot View Monitor will be available for the US-spec Sorento, there’s a good chance it will be offered to customers in America since it’s already available for the Kia Telluride and Kia K900.