The Adaptive Cruise Assistant not only maintains a set speed, but using built-in radar, also the separation from the vehicle in front of you. Your car thus speeds up or slows down as needed, making driving simpler and more comfortable. This function is especially useful when driving on freeways or highways. It also helps reduce the risk of accidents due to inattention. However, its main benefit is greater driving comfort, as both feet can rest during long trips.
The main component of the system is the radar located in the lower part of the front bumper.
The adaptive cruise control works at the following speeds:
- from 30 km/h to 160 km/h, when slowing down to 30 km/h (for cars with a manual transmission),
- from 30 km/h to 160 km/h, when slowing down to a complete stop (for cars with an automatic transmission).