Cruise control functions

There are several driver support systems that can assist you while driving in order to maintain a suitable speed depending on situation. Here is a summary to make them more easily distinguishable.

We recommend that you read all of the sections in the Owner's Manual that relate to a function in order to learn about factors such as its limitations and what the driver should be aware of before using the system.

Automatic Speed Limiter*1Cruise control2Adaptive Cruise Control*34Pilot Assist*4
Symbol in the instrument panel
P5-15w07-Speed Limit adapt symbol


P5-1946-Automatic Speed Limiter symbol small
P5-1507-Adaptive cruise control symbol
P5-1946-Adaptive Cruise Control symbol small
P5-1946-Pilot Assist symbol small
Brief descriptionThe Automatic Speed Limiter function uses speed information from the Road Sign Information*5 function to automatically adapt the vehicle's maximum speed.Cruise control can help the driver maintain an even speed to provide a more relaxing driving experience on e.g. highways and long, straight roads with even traffic flows.Adaptive Cruise Control helps the driver maintain a constant speed with a set time interval to the vehicle ahead.Pilot Assist can help the driver keep the vehicle in the current traffic lane by providing steering assistance and maintaining an even speed and a set time interval to the vehicle ahead.
  1. * Option/accessory.
  2. 1 Automatic Speed Limiter
  3. 2 Cruise Control
  4. 3 Adaptive Cruise Control
  5. 4 Depending on market, this function can be either standard or optional.
  6. 5 Road Sign Information