Active park assist

Parking variants with Park Assist Pilot

Updated 7/9/2020

Parking variants with Park Assist Pilot

Park Assist Pilot PAP Park Assist Pilot can be used for the following different parking situations.

Parallel parking

P5-1507-Parallel parking PAP

The principal of parallel parking.

The PAP function parks the car using the following steps:

  1. A parking space is identified and measured.
  2. The car is reversed into the space.
  3. The car is positioned in the space by means of driving forward/backward.

Using the Park Out function, a parallel-parked car can also be assisted by PAP to leave the parking space – see the section entitled "Leaving parking with Active Park Assist Pilot".

Perpendicular parking

P5-1507-Perpendicular parking PAP

Principle for perpendicular parking.

The PAP function parks the car using the following steps:

  1. A parking space is identified and measured.
  2. The car is reversed into the space and then positioned in the space by means of driving forward/backward.

Note

A perpendicular-parked car cannot be assisted by the PAP Park Out function to leave a parking space - the function must only be used for a parallel-parked car.


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