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Overtaking assistance with the adaptive cruise control* or Pilot Assist*
Adaptive cruise control (Adaptive Cruise Control - ACC) or Pilot Assist can assist the driver when overtaking other vehicles.
Activating and starting the Pilot Assist*
Pilot Assist must first be activated and then started to be able to control speed and distance and to give steering assistance.
The radar unit is used by several driver support systems and has the task of sensing other vehicles.
Setting the time interval for Pilot Assist*
Pilot Assist can be set with different time intervals.
Pilot Assist helps 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.
Limitations of Pilot Assist*
The Pilot Assist function may have limitations in certain situations.
Symbols and messages for Pilot Assist*
A number of symbols and messages regarding Pilot Assist can be shown via the driver display and/or the head-up display*.
Deactivating/activating the Pilot Assist*
Pilot Assist can be temporarily deactivated so that it is set in the standby mode and can be reactivated later.
The camera unit is used by several driver support systems and has the task of for example detecting lane lines or traffic signs.
Limitations of the radar unit
The radar unit has certain limitations - which in turn also limits those functions that use the unit.
Change of target and automatic braking with Pilot Assist*
In combination with automatic gearbox, Pilot Assist has functionality for change of target and braking at certain speeds.
Managing the speed for Pilot Assist*
Pilot Assist can be set to different speeds.
Limitations of the camera unit
The camera unit has certain limitations - which in turn also limits those functions that use the unit.