Pilot Assist

Temporary disabling of steering assistance with Pilot Assist*

This function can be either standard or optional, depending on market.

Updated 1/21/2020

Temporary disabling of steering assistance with Pilot Assist*

This function can be either standard or optional, depending on market.

Pilot Assist steering assistance can be temporarily disabled and resumed without prior warning.

When the direction indicators are used, Pilot Assist steering assistance is temporarily disengaged. When this is no longer the case, steering assistance is automatically reactivated if the lane's side markings can still be detected.

If Pilot Assist is unable to interpret the lane clearly, e.g. if the camera or radar unit is unable to see the side markings for the lane, Pilot Assist temporarily disables steering assistance – speed and distance regulation functions remain active. Steering assistance is resumed when the lane can be interpreted again. In these situations, slight vibration in the steering wheel may alert the driver to the fact that steering assistance has been deactivated temporarily.


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