ABH Active Bending Headlamps
The headlight beams adjust laterally to help light up a curve according to movements of the steering wheel. This feature optimizes night-time illumination and increases safety by providing maximum lighting in bends and junctions.
ACC Adaptive Cruise Control
This is an intelligent form of cruise control that slows down and speeds up automatically to keep pace with the car in front of you. The driver sets the desired speed and time interval to the car in front. When the radar detector detects a slower vehicle in front of the car, the speed is automatically adapted to that. When the road is clear again the car returns to the selected speed.
BLIS Blind Spot Information System
The BLIS option helps drivers notice cars in their blind spots. There is a camera under the mirror and a light on the inside of the car that indicates a car may be in your blind spot.
To further improve your convenience when reversing, the Back-Up Camera helps display what's going on behind your car. The system uses the integrated driver's information screen and a digital camera discretely located over the license plate. On-screen guiding lines provide extra assistance for smooth parking.
CWS Collision Warning System
This feature is an aid to assist the driver when there is a risk of colliding with a pedestrian, cyclist or vehicle in front that are stationary or moving in the same direction. There are radar sensors mounted in the front bumper to detect the risk of a collision. The system will also provide visual and auditory warnings when speed and distance indicate risk of a crash with the leading traffic and, if the driver's reaction does not eliminate that risk, the system will begin emergency braking to mitigate, but probably not prevent, the crash.
A brake technology that assists in reducing or avoiding traffic accidents. It uses infrared sensing to monitor the distance of a vehicle in front at speeds of 19 mph or less. If it senses that a Collison is likely, it will apply the brakes and even stop the car if necessary.
Driver Alert Control
A support system that alerts the driver if he/she is inattentive or drowsy. The system uses a camera sensor that tracks the position of the car in its lane and also monitors steering wheel movements. If any symptoms of tiredness are detected, the system activates an audiovisual alert.
Hill Descent Control
HDC can be compared to an automatic engine brake. The function makes it possible to increase/reduce speed on steep downhill gradients, with a foot only on the accelerator pedal, without using the footbrake. The brake system brakes itself and automatically provides a low and even speed, so allowing the driver to fully focus on steering. It can be engaged or disengaged using a switch on the center console.