In addition to the conventional cruise control system*, an adaptive cruise control system (ACC), which maintains the distance from vehicle travelling in front, has been adopted.

  • If vehicle travelling in front accelerates faster than your vehicle’s set speed, your vehicle will be driven at your set speed.
  • If the vehicle travelling in front stops, your vehicle also stops.
  • The system does not function if the vehicle travelling in front is stationary or very slow, or much slower than your vehicle.
  • The system may not be able to maintain the distance if the radar is contaminated, vehicles are driven uphill or downhill repeatedly, another vehicle cuts in abruptly, or a motorcycle is travelling in front.