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R -Switch adaptive cruise control on/off
1 - Set/increase desired speed
2 - Reduce desired speed
3 - Interrupt (OFF)
4 - Operational readiness on/return to set speed (RESUME)
Using adaptive cruise control
Adaptive cruise control is operated using the control stalk at the bottom left of the steering wheel.
You can intervene manually at any time by pressing the brake or accelerator.
A - Desired distance from vehicle in front
B - Status display and desired speed
C - Current speed
D - Vehicle detected in front
E - Current distance from vehicle in front
F - Current speed of vehicle in front
G - Progress bar showing speed control range (0–100 mph /
Adaptive cruise control display
All important information, messages and warnings are displayed on the multi-function display of the instrument panel.
"ACC" main menu
The adaptive cruise control display on the multi-function display can be selected permanently using the buttons on the multi-function steering wheel or the control stalk at the bottom right of the steering wheel.
For information on using the multi-function display:
When adaptive cruise control is switched on, the status display B appears at the bottom left of the multi-function display.
The status display B turns orange when adaptive cruise control is active.
The status display B is gray when adaptive cruise control is inactive.