Adaptive Cruise Control

Switching between Cruise Control and Adaptive Cruise Control*

Updated 1/31/2020

Switching between Cruise Control and Adaptive Cruise Control*

In vehicles equipped with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACCAdaptive Cruise Control), the driver can switch between Cruise Control (CCCruise Control) and ACC.

A symbol in the instrument panel indicates which cruise control system is active

CC

ACC

WHITE symbol: The function is active. GRAY symbol: Standby mode

WHITE symbol: The function is active. GRAY symbol: Standby mode

Cruise control

Adaptive Cruise Control

Switching from ACC to CC

To do so:

Press the button on the steering wheel keypad to put Adaptive Cruise Control in standby mode.

Tap the Cruise Control button in the center display's Function view. The button's indicator will change from GRAY to GREEN.

The symbol in the instrument panel will change from ACC to CC, indicating that Adaptive Cruise Control is off and Cruise Control is in standby mode.

Pressing the button on the steering wheel keypad.

Cruise Control will start and the vehicle's current speed will be set.

Warning

Switching from ACC to CC means that the vehicle:

  • will no longer maintain a preset time interval to the vehicle ahead.
  • will only follow the stored speed and the driver must therefore apply the brakes when necessary.

If CC is active when the engine is turned off, ACC will be automatically activated the next time the engine is started.

Switching from CC to ACC

To do so:

Press the button on the steering wheel keypad to put Cruise Control in standby mode.

Tap the Cruise Control button in Function view. The button's indicator will change from GREEN to GRAY.

The symbols in the instrument panel will switch from CC to ACC to indicate that Adaptive Cruise Control is in standby mode.

Pressing the button on the steering wheel keypad.

Adaptive Cruise Control will go into active mode and set the vehicle's current speed and the selected time interval to the vehicle ahead.


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