Active Cruise Control

When in use, active cruise control uses a radar sensor in the front bumper to sense and warn the driver if the vehicle in front slows down.

It then maintains a constant distance by acting on the accelerator and engine brake, within a limit of around 30mph. When the road ahead is clear, the vehicle automatically returns to the speed set by the driver. This system improves day-to-day comfort and safety.

The Active Cruise Control technology is available on: