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Cayenne

2013-2014 Cayenne – Manual

2013-2014 Cayenne – Manual

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Examples:

If adaptive cruise control is switched on, and no desired speed is stored, the cruise control symbol appears but the desired speed field remains blank.

If a desired speed is stored and no vehicle was detected in front, the cruise control symbol and the desired speed are displayed.

If a desired speed is stored and a vehicle was detected in front, a vehicle symbol and the desired speed are displayed.

Switching adaptive cruise control on and off
Switching adaptive cruise control on

  • Press button R on the control stalk.
    The gray status display appears on the multi-function display.
    Adaptive cruise control is ready.

Switching adaptive cruise control off

  • Press button R on the control stalk.
    "ACC off" appears on the multi-function display.
    The desired speed that was stored is deleted.
    The desired distance is set to the default value.

Operating states when adaptive cruise control is switched on
There are three possible operating states when adaptive cruise control is switched on.

Adaptive cruise control active
Adaptive cruise control automatically regulates the speed and distance from the vehicle in front. The status display B turns orange.

Adaptive cruise control is ready
Cruise control and distance control is inactive after pressing the brakes or interrupting by pressing the control stalk down (position 3, OFF).

The desired speed that was stored and the desired distance that was set are retained.

The status display B turns gray.

For information on resuming cruise control and distance control:

  • Please see the chapter "INTERRUPTING AND RESUMING CRUISE CONTROL AND DISTANCE CONTROL" on page 175.

Adaptive cruise control passive
Cruise control and distance control is inactive after pressing the accelerator.

"ACC passive" appears on the multi-function display.

The desired speed that was stored and the desired distance that was set are retained.

The status display B turns gray.

Adaptive cruise control is active again after you release the accelerator.

Setting and changing the desired speed
Preconditions

  1. Adaptive cruise control is switched on.
  2. Vehicle is moving.
  3. No stationary objects are detected in front.

Setting the desired speed

  1. Press the control stalk on the steering wheel forward (position 1).
    The current driving speed is stored as the desired speed, which will be maintained automatically (within the control range of 20 to 100 mph (30 to 160 km/h)), and appears orange in the status display B.
    The red triangle C under the progress bar for the speed control range shows the speed of your vehicle.
  2. Release the accelerator pedal.
    The desired speed is maintained automatically unless a vehicle traveling in front is detected as driving slower than the desired speed.

Information
If your vehicle is stopped, the message "Impossible while parked" appears on the multi-function display when you press the control stalk forward (position 1).

If a stationary object was detected in front, the message "Stationary object" appears on the multi-function display.


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