Front-mounted radar and camera systems scan the road ahead for preceding vehicles and crossing pedestrians. AEB automatically initiates emergency braking to minimize the chances of a serious crash, or reduce its consequences. The standard AEB responds to the presence of a preceding vehicle via the front camera, optionally available with radar, which adds the ability to detect the presence of pedestrians.
Maintains a set distance to the preceding vehicle, automatically reducing or increasing speed up to a pre-set limit. In “stop & go” traffic, the pre-determined distance is maintained by ASCC after coming to a standstill, automatically restarting the motor when forward movement ahead is detected.
When reverse gear is selected, Rear Cross Traffic Alert helps identify and warn the driver of vehicles approaching from the side.
Sensors mounted in the rear bumper detect the proximity of any vehicle obscured in the blind spot and trigger a warning light in the relevant door mirror. An acoustic signal immediately sounds if a turn signal is activated when a vehicle is detected in the blind spot.
HAC automatically holds the brakes to prevent the car from rolling back when starting from a hill. Options might differ by regions.