The automotive industry is going through a fast-paced electronic revolution, driven by higher and higher demand for autonomous vehicles. New vehicles released to market today are already deploying multiple Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) modules with various sensors capable of supporting high automation levels. However, challenges remain to unleash the power of technology due to safety concerns. In order to design effective functional safety mechanisms at the SoC level, the internal logic of the ADAS-optimized IP need to incorporate additional functionality to offload and also complement the complexities in the system design. Cadence has been working with automotive semiconductor vendors and Tier-1 suppliers to ensure that our IP meet functional safety requirements defined by the ISO26262 standard. In this presentation, we will present the representative functional safety features that have been instrumented in various IP, their impact to the SoC-level functional safety architecture, and the ISO26262 FMEDA evaluation process to quantify the effectiveness of these features.