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Some vehicles are supplied with the Adaptive Surface Response (AdSR) driving mode instead of the rain/ice/snow driving mode. See RESPUESTA ADAPTATIVA A LA SUPERFICIE (AdSR).

The rain/ice/snow driving mode helps to enhance the vehicle's stability in low grip conditions.

The selection of the rain/ice/snow driving mode is recommended when driving in adverse weather conditions. For example, in icy or rainy conditions and on surfaces such as grass, gravel, or snow.

The rain/ice/snow driving mode helps the vehicle to perform in a gentle and controlled manner, helping to avoid skidding and improve progress in adverse conditions.


The rain/ice/snow driving mode remains selected indefinitely, even after the ignition is switched off. The rain/ice/snow driving mode must be deselected, if no longer required.

Winter tyres and all-season tyres also help to further enhance the vehicle's stability in adverse weather conditions. See USO DE NEUMÁTICOS DE INVIERNO.