Putting Adaptive Cruise Control in standby mode
Adaptive Cruise Control is in standby mode each time the engine is started. To put ACC in standby mode from active mode:
Press ◀ (2) or ▶ (3) on the steering wheel keypad and scroll to the (4) function.
The symbol will appear and Adaptive Cruise Control will go into standby mode.
Starting/activating Adaptive Cruise Control
To start ACC:
- The driver's seat belt must be buckled and the driver's door must be closed.
- There must be a vehicle ahead (target vehicle) within a reasonable distance or your vehicle's current speed must be at least 15 km/h (9 mph).
With the (4) function displayed, press (1) on the steering wheel keypad.
Adaptive Cruise Control will start and the current speed will be stored, which will be shown by numbers in the center of the speedometer.
ACC will only regulate the time interval to the vehicle ahead when the distance symbol shows two vehicles.
A speed interval will be marked at the same time.
The higher speed is the set speed for your vehicle and the lower speed is the speed of the vehicle ahead (target vehicle).