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Adaptive cruise control*
The adaptive cruise control* ) can help the driver to maintain a constant speed, combined with a preselected time interval to the vehicle ahead.
Symbols and messages for adaptive cruise control*
A number of symbols and messages regarding the adaptive cruise control* ) can be shown. Here are some examples.
Standby mode for adaptive cruise control*
Adaptive cruise control* ) can be deactivated and set to standby mode. This can take place automatically or be done by the driver.
Automatic braking with cruise control functions
The driver supports of adaptive cruise control* and Pilot Assist* have a special brake function in slow traffic and while stationary. In certain situations, the parking brake is applied in order to keep the car stationary.
Setting the stored speed for cruise control functions
It is possible to set stored speed for the speed limiter, cruise control, adaptive cruise control* and Pilot Assist* functions.
Change of target with cruise control functions
The driver supports of adaptive cruise control* and Pilot Assist*, in combination with automatic transmission, have a change of target function at certain speeds.
Setting time interval to vehicle ahead
It is possible to set the time interval to the vehicle ahead to be maintained by the adaptive cruise control*, Pilot Assist * and Distance Warning* functions.
Warning from cruise control functions in the event of a collision risk
The driver support systems of adaptive cruise control* and Pilot Assist* can warn the driver if the distance to the vehicle ahead suddenly becomes too short.