Adaptive cruise control

Limitations for adaptive cruise control

Updated 7/9/2020

Limitations for adaptive cruise control

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACCAdaptive Cruise Control) may have limitations in certain situations.

Steep roads and/or heavy load

Bear in mind that the adaptive cruise control is primarily intended for use when driving on level road surfaces. The function may have difficulty in keeping the correct distance from the vehicle ahead when driving on steep downhill slopes - in which case, be extra attentive and ready to brake.

  • Do not use adaptive cruise control if the car has a heavy load or a trailer is connected to the car.

Miscellaneous

  • Drive mode Off Road cannot be selected when the adaptive cruise control is activated.

Note

The function uses the car's combined Camera and Radar unit, which has certain general limitations – see the sections "Limitations for Camera Unit" and "Limitations for Radar Unit" respectively.


Did this help?