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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.
Changing target with adaptive cruise control
In combination with automatic gearbox, the adaptive cruise control (ACC) has functionality for change of target at certain speeds.
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.
Automatic braking with adaptive cruise control
The Adaptive cruise control (ACC) has a special brake function in slow traffic and while stationary.
Change between Cruise control and adaptive cruise control
In a car with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) the driver can change between Cruise Control (CC) and ACC.
Symbols and messages for Adaptive Cruise Control
A number of symbols and messages regarding the adaptive cruise control (ACC) can be shown via the driver display and/or the head-up display.
Limitations for adaptive cruise control
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) may have limitations in certain situations.
Adaptive Cruise Control and Collision risk warning
The adaptive cruise control can warn the driver if the distance to the vehicle ahead suddenly becomes too short.
Head up display for adaptive cruise control if there is a risk of collision
In cars equipped with a head up display, the warning is shown on the windscreen by a flashing symbol.
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.
Managing speed with Adaptive Cruise Control
The adaptive cruise control (ACC) can be set to different speeds.
Setting time interval for adaptive cruise control
The Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) can be set to different time intervals.
Overtaking assistance with adaptive cruise control
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) can assist the driver when overtaking other vehicles.
Starting overtaking assistance with adaptive cruise control
Overtaking assistance requires a number of conditions.
Limitations for overtaking assistance with adaptive cruise control
The overtaking assistance function may have limited functionality in certain situations.