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XC60
2019

Adaptive Cruise Control

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Adaptive Cruise Control*

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC* ) helps the driver maintain a constant speed with a set time interval to the vehicle ahead.

Activating and starting Adaptive Cruise Control*

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC* ) must first be activated and then started before it can regulate speed and distance.

Deactivating/reactivating Adaptive Cruise Control*

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC* ) can be temporarily put into standby mode and then reactivated.

Switching between Cruise Control and Adaptive Cruise Control*

In vehicles equipped with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC* .

Adaptive Cruise Control* controls and displays

A summary of how Adaptive Cruise Control is controlled using the right-side steering wheel keypad and how the function is shown in the display.

Symbols and messages for Adaptive Cruise Control*

A number of symbols and messages relating to Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC* .

Adaptive Cruise Control* limitations

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC* ) may have limited functionality in certain situations.

Auto-hold braking with driver support

Pilot Assist and Adaptive Cruise Control* (ACC* ) have a special brake function in slow traffic and while stationary.

Adjusting set speed for driver support

It is possible to adjust set speeds for the Speed Limiter, Cruise Control, Adaptive Cruise Control** functions.

Switching target vehicles with driver support

At certain speeds, vehicles with automatic transmissions and the driver support functions Adaptive Cruise Control** can switch target vehicles.

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Set time interval for driver support

The time interval to the vehicle ahead can be set for the functions Adaptive Cruise Control** .

Collision risk warning from driver support

The driver support systems Pilot Assist and Adaptive Cruise Control** can help alert the driver if the distance to the vehicle ahead suddenly decreases to an unsafe distance.