Adaptive cruise control

Change between Cruise control and adaptive cruise control*

Updated 7/23/2018

In a car with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) the driver can change between Cruise Control (CC) and ACC.

A symbol in the driver display shows which cruise control is active:

CC

Cruise Control

ACC

Adaptive Cruise Control

WHITE symbol: Function active, GREY symbol: Standby mode

WHITE symbol: Function active, GREY symbol: Standby mode

Cruise control

Adaptive cruise control

Changing from ACC to CC

How to change from Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) to Cruise Control (CC):

Set adaptive cruise control in standby mode using the steering wheel button.

Tap on the Cruise control button in the function view - the button's indicator changes colour from GREY to GREEN.

The symbol in the driver display changes from ACC to CC. Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) is now switched off and Cruise Control (CC) is set in standby mode.

Press the steering wheel button .

Cruise control starts and stores the current speed.

Warning

The car no longer maintains the preset time interval after switching from ACC to CC - it merely follows the set speed.

If CC is active when the engine is switched off, ACC will be activated the next time the engine is started.

Changing from CC to ACC

Proceed as follows to change from cruise control (CC) to adaptive cruise control (ACC):

Set cruise control in standby mode using the steering wheel button.

Tap on the Cruise control button in the function view - the button's indicator changes colour from GREEN to GREY.

The symbol in the driver display changes from CC to ACC. Adaptive Cruise Control is set in standby mode.

Press the steering wheel button .

Adaptive cruise control starts and stores the current speed, together with the preset time interval to the vehicle ahead.


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