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XC90 Twin Engine
General topicsCruise control functionsCruise controlAdaptive cruise controlPilot AssistSpeed limiterAutomatic speed limiterDistance WarningBlind Spot InformationCross Traffic AlertRear Collision WarningCity SafetyDriver Alert ControlLane assistanceSteering assistance at risk of collisionAnti-skid systemElectronic stability controlRoad Sign InformationParking assistanceActive park assistPark assist cameraCamera and radar unit
Adaptive cruise control*
The adaptive cruise control (ACC* ) helps the driver to maintain an even speed combined with a pre-selected time interval to the vehicle ahead.
Activating and starting adaptive cruise control*
Adaptive cruise control (ACC* ) must first be activated and then started if it is to control the speed and distance.
Deactivating/reactivating adaptive cruise control*
The Adaptive cruise control (ACC* ) can be temporarily deactivated so that it is set in the standby mode and can later be reactivated.
Change between cruise control and adaptive cruise control*
In a car with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC* .
Controls and display view for adaptive cruise control*
A summary of how adaptive cruise control is controlled using the left-hand keypad on the steering wheel and how the function is shown in the display.
Symbols and messages for adaptive cruise control*
A number of symbols and messages regarding the adaptive cruise control (ACC* .
Limitations for adaptive cruise control*
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC* ) may have limitations in certain situations.
Automatic braking with driver support
Pilot Assist and adaptive cruise control* (ACC* ) have a special brake function in slow traffic and while stationary.
Set the stored speed for driver support
It is possible to set stored speed for the Speed Limiter, Cruise Control, Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)** functions.
Change of target with driver support
The driver supports of Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)** , in combination with automatic transmission, have a change of target function at certain speeds.
Set time interval for driver support
It is possible to set the time interval to the vehicle ahead to be maintained by the Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)** functions.
Warning from driver support in the event of a collision risk
The driver support systems Pilot Assist, and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)** can warn the driver if the distance to the vehicle ahead suddenly becomes too short.