Lane Keeping Assist
Helps to stay in the lane. Lane Keeping Assist can help prevent accidents caused by unintentional lane departures with visual, audio, and tactile signals.
Among other things, the steering wheel vibrates to prompt the driver to steer back into the lane. This can reduce the risk of accidents due to micro-sleep or lack of concentration.
A camera that recognizes lane markings monitors whether the vehicle is drifting out of its lane. When Lane Keeping Assist detects active driver input, for instance steering, braking, accelerating, or using the turn indicator, the system does not emit a warning.
Other features and benefits of Lane Keeping Assist:
High-performance, roof-mounted climate control system
Maximum cooling power in the passenger compartment, individually controlled.
The high-performance, roof-mounted climate control system supplements the climate control system at the front with an additional 11 kW cooling output and ensures the highest level of comfort in the passenger compartment.
It is particularly well-suited to regions with very hot temperatures.
The passengers can regulate their own airflow or switch off ventilation from their seats, using the air vents. The temperature and the 7 blower settings are set on the A/C control panel in the cockpit. The temperature range is between 16°C and 26°C. 2 pollen and particulate filters also improve the interior air quality.
Other features and benefits of the high-performance, roof-mounted climate control system:
Steering wheel adjustable for height & tilt
More comfort and ergonomic sitting posture for the driver.
The steering wheel is adjustable for tilt and height, allowing the steering wheel position to be adjusted to the individual seating position of the driver. The adjustable steering wheel position improves ergonomics and seating comfort.
When changing drivers, the steering wheel can be quickly and easily adjusted to the new driver.
Other features and benefits of the steering wheel's adjustable tilt and height:
Reduces the track offset with braking interventions.
Crosswind Assist detects track offset caused by strong crosswind gusts in time and helps the driver to stay in lane. A sudden track offset of the vehicle can cause improper steering reactions by the driver. That’s why Crosswind Assist automatically corrects the vehicle’s course from a speed of 80 km/h. This significantly reduces track offset and balances or reduces the influence of the crosswind gusts.