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Display view for adaptive cruise control and Pilot Assist*1

The following illustrative example shows how adaptive cruise control* (ACC2) and Pilot Assist* can be shown in the driver display.

Symbol indication

PS2-2007-Adaptive Cruise Control and Pilot Assist selected
Both functions are selected but not active.
PS2-2007-Adaptive Cruise Control active, Pilot Assist not selected

Adaptive cruise control is active.

Pilot Assist is selected but not available. The conditions for the function are not met.

PS2-2007-Adaptive Cruise Control and Pilot Assist active
Both functions are active.


PS2-2007-Adaptive Cruise Control measuring graphics
Indication of speeds.
  1. PS-Icon circle 1Stored speed
  2. PS-Icon circle 2Current speed of your car

Time interval

PS2-2007-Adaptive Cruise Control distance graphic in driver display
When the symbol in the driver display shows a car, the time interval to the vehicle ahead is regulated.
PS2-2007-Adaptive Cruise Control missing target
When no car is shown, the functions follow the stored speed.

Lines for Pilot Assist steering assistance

The driver display has three different display modes that are changed via the PS2-2007-Display mode button button on the right-hand side of the steering wheel. If the Car Centric display mode is selected for the driver display, lines are shown that illustrate when Pilot Assist steering assistance is available.

  • Grey lines: steering assistance unavailable
  • White lines: steering assistance available
  • Amber lines: steering assistance active
  1. * Option/accessory.
  2. 1 These functions can be either standard or optional, depending on market.
  3. 2 Adaptive Cruise Control