The Dodge Hornet is equipped with cutting-edge assistance and safety features.

ADAS (Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems) technologies including automatic emergency braking, lane departure

alarms, blind spot monitoring, and rear-cross traffic warning are all available on the Hornet.

Level 2 autonomous driving technologies, including as traffic sign recognition, adaptive cruise

control, heavy traffic assistance, enhanced lane centering, and other conveniences, are available as an optional technology package for the Hornet.

e Dodge Hornet is ready to enter one of the auto industry's most competitive segments.

It is designed to compete with models like the Mazda CX-30, Kia Seltos, Toyota RAV4 Prime, and VW

Taos because of its size, which falls in between a sub-compact and a small SUV.