Cruise control functions

There are several driver support systems that can assist you while driving in order to maintain a suitable speed depending on situation. Here is a summary to make them more easily distinguishable from each other.

It is recommended that you read all sections in the Owner's Manual that relate to a function in order to learn about factors such as its limitations and what the driver should be aware of before using the system.

Speed limiter1Automatic speed limiter*2Cruise control3Adaptive Cruise Control 4Pilot Assist*4
Symbol in the driver display
Px-2037-iCup-Speed Limiter symbol small
Px-2037-iCup-Speed Limiter symbol small


Px-2037-iCup-Adaptive Speed Limiter symbol small
Px-2037-iCup-Cruise Control symbol small
Px-2122-iCup-Adaptive Cruise Control symbol small
Px-2122-iCup-Pilot Assist symbol small
Brief descriptionThe driver controls the speed with the accelerator pedal but is prevented by the speed limiter from mistakenly exceeding a preselected/preset maximum speed.The automatic speed limiter uses speed information from the Road Sign Information function* to automatically adapt the maximum speed of the car.The cruise control helps the driver to maintain an even speed, which can result in a more relaxed driving experience on, for example, motorways and long straight main roads in smooth traffic flows.Adaptive Cruise Control can help the driver to maintain a constant speed, combined with a preselected time interval to the vehicle ahead.Pilot Assist can help the driver to drive the car between the lane's side markings using steering assistance as well as to maintain an even speed, combined with a preselected time interval to the vehicle ahead.
  1. 1 Speed Limiter
  2. * Option/accessory.
  3. 2 Automatic Speed Limiter
  4. 3 Cruise Control
  5. 4 This function can be either standard or optional, depending on market.