For the function to detect an oncoming vehicle on a collision course, the oncoming vehicle must first enter the sector in which the function can analyse the situation.
- your car's speed must be at least 4 km/h (3 mph).
- your car must turn to the left in markets with right-hand traffic (or to the right in left-hand traffic).
- the oncoming vehicle must have its headlamps switched on.
The function may have difficulty in assisting the driver if, for example:
- there are slippery driving conditions and stability controlElectronic Stability Control (ESC) intervenes.
- an oncoming vehicle is detected too late.
- an oncoming vehicle is obscured by something.
- the oncoming vehicle has headlamps switched off.
- the oncoming vehicle drives in an unpredictable manner, for example, abruptly changes lanes at a late stage.
Warnings and steering assistance due to an impending collision with an oncoming vehicle always come very late.
This function uses the car's camera and radar units, which have certain general limitations.