Cruise control

The cruise control (Cruise Control - CC) helps the driver maintain an even speed, resulting in a more relaxed driving on motorways and long, straight roads in regular traffic flows.


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Buttons and symbols for functions.
  1. P5-Icon red circle 1 Increase the stored speed or reactivate the Cruise control and resume the stored speed
  2. P5-Icon red circle 2 Activate the Cruise control and store the current speed, or deactivate the Cruise control
  3. P5-Icon red circle 3 Reduces stored speed
  4. P5-Icon red circle 4Marker for stored speed
  5. P5-Icon red circle 5The car's current speed
  6. P5-Icon red circle 6Stored speed

In cars equipped with the adaptive cruise control option, the driver can change between CC and ACC - see "Change between Cruise control and adaptive cruise control".


The driver must always be observant with regard to the traffic conditions and intervene when the cruise control is not maintaining a suitable speed and/or suitable distance.

The driver always bears ultimate responsibility for ensuring that the vehicle is driven safely.