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XC90 Recharge Plug-in Hybrid
Driver supportCruise control functionsCruise controlAdaptive cruise controlPilot AssistCornering supportOvertaking assistanceSpeed limiterAutomatic speed limiterDistance WarningBlind Spot InformationCross Traffic AlertRear Collision WarningCity SafetyDriver Alert ControlLane assistanceSteering assistance at risk of collisionElectronic stability controlRoad Sign InformationParking assistanceActive park assistPark assist cameraCamera and radar unit
Automatic braking with driver support
The driver supports of adaptive cruise control* and Pilot Assist* have a special brake function in slow traffic and while stationary. In certain situations, the parking brake is applied in order to keep the car stationary.
Set the stored speed for driver support
It is possible to set stored speed for the speed limiter, cruise control, adaptive cruise control* and Pilot Assist* functions.
Change of target with driver support
The driver supports of adaptive cruise control* and Pilot Assist*, in combination with automatic transmission, have a change of target function at certain speeds.
Pilot Assist can help the driver to drive the car between the lane's side markings as well as to maintain an even speed, combined with a preselected time interval to the vehicle ahead.
Display mode for Pilot Assist*
The following image example shows how Pilot Assist can be shown in the display in different contexts.
Selecting and activating Pilot Assist*
Pilot Assist must first be selected and then activated to be able to control speed and distance and to give steering assistance.
Deactivate Pilot Assist*
Pilot Assist can be deactivated and switched off.
Controls for Pilot Assist*
A summary of how Pilot Assist is controlled using the left-hand keypad on the steering wheel and how the function is shown in the display.
Symbols and messages for Pilot Assist*
A number of symbols and messages regarding Pilot Assist can be shown via the driver display and/or the head-up display*.
Limitations of Pilot Assist*
The Pilot Assist function may have limitations in certain situations.
Standby mode for Pilot Assist*
Pilot Assist can be deactivated and set in standby mode. This can take place due to driver intervention or automatically.
Temporary disabling of steering assistance with Pilot Assist*
Pilot Assist steering assistance can be temporarily disabled and resumed without prior warning.
Set time interval to vehicle ahead
It is possible to set the time interval to the vehicle ahead to be maintained by the adaptive cruise control*, Pilot Assist* and Distance Warning* functions.
Difference between Pilot Assist* and lane assistance
Pilot Assist is a comfort function that can help you to keep your car within its own lane and maintain a safe distance from vehicles in front of you. Lane assistance* is a function which, in a similar way, can help you in some situations to reduce the risk of your car accidentally leaving its own lane.
Warning from driver support in the event of a collision risk
The driver support systems of adaptive cruise control* and Pilot Assist* can warn the driver if the distance to the vehicle ahead suddenly becomes too short.