Driving support systems

The car is equipped with different driver support systems which can assist the driver in different situations, either actively or passively.

For example, the systems can help the driver to:

  • use steering assistance to reduce the risk of accidentally leaving the lane or colliding with another vehicle
  • maintain a set speed
  • maintain a certain time interval to the vehicle ahead
  • prevent a collision by giving a warning to the driver and braking the car
  • parking.

Some of the systems are fitted as standard while others are options – which alternative applies is market dependent.

Some of the systems have improved functionality when Google Maps is used.


The driver support systems are only supplementary aids - they cannot handle all situations in all conditions.

The driver always bears responsibility that the vehicle is driven safely and that applicable road traffic rules and regulations are followed.