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XC60
2019 Late

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City Safety™

City Safety can alert the driver with light, sound and pulsations in the brake pedal to help the driver detect pedestrians, cyclists, large animals and vehicles that appear suddenly – the vehicle will then attempt to automatically brake if the driver does not act within a reasonable amount of time.

City Safety parameters and sub-functions

City Safety can help avoid a collision with a vehicle, cyclist or large animal ahead by reducing the vehicle's speed using its automatic braking function.

Setting a warning distance for City Safety

City Safety is always active, but the function's warning distance can be adjusted.

City Safety messages

A number of messages related to City Safety may be displayed in the instrument panel.

City Safety limitations

City Safety functionality may be reduced in certain situations.

City Safety braking for oncoming vehicles

City Safety can help you apply the brakes for an oncoming vehicle in your lane.

City Safety in crossing traffic

City Safety can assist the driver when turning in the path of an oncoming vehicle in an intersection.

Limitations of City Safety in crossing traffic

In certain situations, it may be difficult for City Safety to help the driver avoid a collision with crossing traffic.

City Safety steering assistance for evasive maneuver

City Safety steering assistance can help the driver steer away from a vehicle/obstacle when it is not possible to avoid a collision by braking alone. City Safety steering assistance is always activated and cannot be switched off.

City Safety steering assistance limitations during evasive maneuvers

City Safety steering assistance may have limited functionality in certain situations and not intervene, e.g.:

City Safety and delayed evasive maneuvers

City Safety can assist the driver by automatically braking the vehicle when it is not possible to avoid a collision by steering alone.

Detecting obstacles with City Safety

City Safety can help the driver detect other vehicles, cyclists, large animals and pedestrians.