Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)

Automatic distance control helps to avoid accidents by always keeping your car at a safe distance from the one in front, making driving much easier in stop-start traffic. You pre-set the speed range within which you want the system to work. It builds on the cruise control system by adding a radar sensor with a range of up to 200 metres and a beam angle of 12 degrees. It immediately detects traffic slowing ahead and reduces your speed to match. If you are driving too close to the car in front, it will warn you in two stages. First, with visual and sound signals, and then with a short braking jolt, if necessary bringing your car to a stop. It does this with the help of the Front Assist system, which primes the brakes if it senses a collision is likely, shortening the stopping distance when you brake.

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