Cruise control functions

Deactivating cruise control functions

Updated 11/15/2021

Deactivating cruise control functions

The cruise control functions can be deactivated using a button on the steering wheel. The function then switches to standby mode. This is applicable to the speed limiter (SLSpeed Limiter), automatic speed limiter (ASLAutomatic Speed Limiter), cruise control (CCCruise Control), adaptive cruise control* (ACCAdaptive Cruise Control) and Pilot Assist*.

Press the steering wheel button .

The symbol and indicators in the driver display are extinguished – the selected cruise control function is set in standby mode.

When a different function is selected using the steering wheel buttons, the driver display's symbol and the indicator for a previously selected function are hidden – the set/stored max. speed is then deleted.


When the cruise control functions are in standby mode, the driver must intervene and regulate both speed and distance to the vehicle ahead.

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