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Make sure the relevant safety warnings have been read and understood before driving the vehicle. ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL SAFETY.

Adaptive cruise control allows the driver to set a cruising speed for the vehicle. The vehicle’s speed is automatically reduced if a slower moving vehicle is detected in the lane ahead. The system then maintains a constant gap to the vehicle ahead. If the system detects that the slower moving vehicle is no longer present, it automatically raises the vehicle’s speed back to the set speed. In some scenarios, adaptive cruise control also brings the vehicle to a standstill, if required.


The adaptive cruise control system illuminates the brake lights when it applies the brakes.

Adaptive cruise control comprises a number of different sub-features in order to operate effectively, including:


Adaptive cruise control is not available when the speed limiter is in operation. When the vehicle is first switched on, the vehicle reverts to whichever system was used previously.

Press the LIM button on the steering wheel to switch between the speed limiter and adaptive cruise control.

The instrument panel displays a message if a fault occurs in the adaptive cruise control system, or in any of its sub-features. If this occurs, adaptive cruise control does not operate. Consult a retailer/authorized repairer at the earliest opportunity.