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V90 Cross Country
Driver supportCruise controlAdaptive cruise controlPilot AssistSpeed limiterAutomatic speed limiterDistance WarningBlind Spot InformationCross Traffic AlertRear Collision WarningCity SafetyDriver Alert ControlLane assistanceSteering assistance at risk of collisionElectronic stability controlRoad Sign InformationParking assistanceActive park assistPark assist cameraCamera and radar unit
City Safety can alert the driver using a visual, acoustic and brake pulse warning to help him/her detect pedestrians, cyclists, larger animals and vehicles that suddenly appear - the car then attempts to brake automatically unless the driver acts within a reasonable time him/herself.
Parameters and subfunctions for City Safety
City Safety can avoid a collision with a vehicle, a cyclist, a pedestrian or a larger animal in front by reducing the car's speed with the auto-brake function.
Setting the warning distance for City Safety
City Safety is always activated but the driver can select the warning distance for the function.
Messages for City Safety
A number of messages regarding City Safety can be shown in the driver display.
Limitations of City Safety
The City Safety function may have limitations in certain situations.
City Safety brakes for oncoming vehicles
City Safety can assist the driver to use emergency braking for an oncoming vehicle in your car's lane.
City Safety in cross traffic
City Safety can help the driver when turning and crossing the path of another oncoming vehicle at an intersection.
Limitations for City Safety in cross traffic
In some cases City Safety may have difficulty helping the driver deal with collision risks due to oncoming cross traffic.
City Safety when evasive manoeuvres are prevented
City Safety has the facility to assist the driver by automatically braking the car earlier when it is not possible to avoid a collision by only steering away.
Detection of obstacles with City Safety
The obstructions that City Safety can detect are vehicles, cyclists, large animals and pedestrians.