Adaptive Cruise Control: Maintains a safe distance from the vehicle ahead at a selected speed, controlling the engine and actuating the brakes to automatically accelerate or decelerate as needed. The system combines a cruise control system with a radar-based distance controller.
Predictive Pedestrian Protection: Front Assist works with a radar sensor integrated into the radiator grille, constantly monitoring the distance from the traffic ahead. Predictive Pedestrian Protection complements the Front Assist. At speeds between 10 and 60 km/h it performs an emergency stop if a pedestrian dangerously attempts to cross the path of the car. At speeds over 40 km/h, an additional collision warning follows.
Blind Spot Detect Helps the driver to change lanes safely by registering any vehicles in the blind spot. Two radar sensors located in the lower part of the rear bumper monitor the area beside and up to 20 metres behind the ŠKODA Octavia Scout. When the system detects vehicles in the blind spot next to the car or approaching from behind, an LED symbol in the wing mirror lights up to alert the driver. If the driver indicates in the direction of the detected vehicle, the LED starts to flash, indicating the possible danger to the driver.