Adaptive Cruise Control
Cruise control that can adapt automatically
Adaptive Cruise Control technology lets you choose the speed you want to drive at and the system will maintain it. If the built-in RADAR sensors detect a vehicle ahead, it will slow down your car to maintain a preset distance. Once the road is clear, the system will accelerate back to your chosen speed.
Hill Start Assist
Extra control during hill starts
Hill Start Assist work by temporarily stopping you from rolling back or forwards when making a hill start. By maintaining pressure on the breaks for an additional 2.5 seconds, the system gives you more time to move your foot from the brake pedal to accelerator. It's also helpful when stopping and starting on a slippery surface.
Lane Keeping Alert
Helping you stay in your lane
Lane Keeping Alert warns you by vibrating the steering wheel and displaying a visual warning. If you're slow to react or don’t respond, Lane Keeping Aid can provide steering torque assistance to help guide you safely back into the right lane. The technology is designed for multi-lane roads (like motorways), so will automatically deactivate at speeds below 43mph (65 km/h) or can be turned off manually.