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Opel Insignia (2019 year). Manual - part 14

 

 

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System performance on hills depends

on vehicle speed, vehicle load, traffic

conditions and the road gradient. It

may not detect a vehicle in your path

while driving on hills. Full speed range

adaptive control is deactivated

automatically, as the vehicle is

stopping uphill on an incline greater

than 10%. In this condition, be

prepared to take control of the

vehicle.
Note that applying the brake

deactivates the system.

Radar unit

The radar unit is mounted behind the

radiator grille behind or below the

brand emblem.

9 Warning

The radar unit was aligned

carefully during manufacture.

Therefore, in the event of a front-

end impact, do not use the system.

The front bumper may appear to

be intact, however the sensor

behind can be out of position and

react incorrectly. After an

accident, consult a workshop to

verify and adjust the radar unit

position.

Settings

A vehicle message and chime

reminds the driver to drive off when

the adaptive cruise control holds the

vehicle at standstill. This function

named Go Notifier can be activated

and deactivated in the vehicle

personalisation menu in the Info-

Display.
Vehicle personalisation 3 124.

Fault

If the adaptive cruise control does not

work due to temporary conditions

(e.g. blockage by ice, overheated

brakes or low speed manoeuvres) or

if there is a permanent system error,

a message is displayed in the Driver

Information Centre.
Vehicle messages 3 123.

Intelligent adaptive cruise control

This feature is an enhancement to

adaptive cruise control. It updates the

set speed to a new detected speed

limit automatically, if the driver has

forgotten to adapt the set speed. The

preferred usage of this function is

outside cities or villages. It uses

information provided by the traffic

sign assistant 3 240.

Note

Perform updates of your

navigational maps regularly and

make sure that the correct SD-card

is inserted in the navigation map

card port.

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Note

Speed limit signs which are

combined with add-on signs, e.g.

time, weather or vehicle type

limitations, are not considered by

this system.
Note

The driver stays fully responsible for

driving conform to speed limits and

has to supervise any automatic set

speed change performed by this

system.
Due to system limitations and

latencies, the set speed might be

changed after entering the road

section with the new speed limit.

Speed limit signs between 30 km/h

and 150 km/h are considered.

Switching on the system

The function can be activated or

deactivated in the vehicle settings

menu of the Driver Information Centre

3

 112. Furthermore, adaptive cruise

control has be to switched on as

described above.

Usage

Even if adaptive cruise control is

inactive, the set speed is updated

automatically at each new detected

speed limit as described in the next

section. Press RES+ to re-activate

adaptive cruise control, using the

memorised set speed.

Note

Adaptive cruise control has to be

initiated once by pressing SET- after

ignition or just adaptive cruise

control has been is switched on.

If adaptive cruise control is active, the

detected speed limit will be displayed

in the Driver Information Centre. The

driver can accept or decline the

detected new set speed while the

display message is shown.
Press SET- on the steering wheel to

accept the detected speed limit and

take over as new set speed.
Press RES+ to decline detected

speed limit and keep the current set

speed.
If no action is performed when the

message is displayed, the detected

speed limit is taken over as new set

speed automatically after 3 seconds.

The message disappears and is

followed by the offset message:
If a new set speed was defined, a

confirmation message is displayed.

During this time, the offset from the

set speed can be adjusted.
Press SET- or RES+ to adjust the

offset.
If no action is performed while the

message is displayed, the last set

offset will be used and the message

disappears after 3 seconds.
The new set speed including offset is

displayed in the Driver Information

Centre.

System limitations

Intelligent adaptive cruise control has

the same limitations as the traffic sign

assistant 3 240.
Implicit speed limits may be

considered with a delay, e.g. city

entry, city exit, or highway entry signs.
The system may ignore a particular

traffic sign or use a wrong speed limit.

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A new speed limit from the navigation

may be taken over automatically after

a certain distance since the last

detected traffic sign or when entering

a new road segment, e.g. road exits

or round-abouts.

Forward collision alert

The forward collision alert is part of

the forward collision system 3 124. It

can help to avoid or reduce the harm

caused by front-end crashes.
A vehicle ahead is indicated by the

control indicator A.
Additionally, the status of the forward

collision alert is indicated on the

Driver Assistance page in the Driver

Information Center 3 112.
If the vehicle is equipped with

conventional cruise control, the

forward collision alert uses the front

camera in the windscreen to detect a

vehicle directly ahead, in your path.
If the vehicle is equipped with

adaptive cruise control, the forward

collision alert uses the radar sensor

and front camera to detect a vehicle

directly ahead, in your path.

A precondition is that forward collision

alert in the vehicle personalisation

menu is not deactivated 3 124.

Activation

Forward collision alert with front

camera detects vehicles to distances

of approximately 60 metres and

operates automatically at all speeds

above walking speed.
Forward collision alert with radar

sensor detects vehicles to distances

of approximately 150 metres and

operates automatically at all speeds

above walking speed.

Alerting the driver

The vehicle ahead control indicator

A

 illuminates green in the instrument

cluster when the system has detected

a vehicle in the driving path. On

vehicles with head-up display, A is

projected on the windscreen.
The control indicator A changes to

amber when the distance to a

preceding moving vehicle gets too

small.

Caution

The colour lighting of this control

indicator does not correspond to

local traffic laws on following

distance. The driver bears full

responsibility for maintaining safe

following distance according to

applicable traffic rules, weather

and road conditions etc. at all

times.

When the time to a potential collision

with a vehicle in front gets too small

and a collision is imminent, the

collision alert symbol pops-up in the

Driver Information Centre and the

driver gets notified by a flashing red

LED stripe or the pop-up symbol in

the head-up display which is

projected on the windscreen in the

driver's field of view.

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Simultaneously a warning chime

sounds. Depress the brake pedal and

steer the vehicle, if it is required by the

situation.

Indication on Driver Assistance page

A symbol of a preceding vehicle

appears in grey when a vehicle was

detected.
The symbol turns amber when the

distance gets too small.
The symbol turns red if a collision is

imminent.

Selecting the alert sensitivity

Press K to set the alert sensitivity to

near, medium or far.

The first button press shows the

current setting on the Driver

Information Centre. Additional button

presses will change this setting. The

chosen setting will remain until it is

changed. The alert timing will vary

based on vehicle speed. The faster

the vehicle speed, the farther away

the alert will occur. Consider traffic

and weather conditions when

selecting the alert timing.

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Note that the alert timing sensitivity

setting is shared with the following

distance setting of the adaptive cruise

control. So changing the alert timing

sensitivity changes the adaptive

cruise control following distance

setting.

Indication on Driver Assistance page

Deactivation

The system can be deactivated in the

personalisation menu, 3 124.
If the forward collision alert was

deactivated, alert sensitivity is set to

"medium" when ignition is switched

on next time.
The last selected setting will be stored

when the ignition is switched off.

General information

9 Warning

Forward collision alert is just a

warning system and does not

apply the brakes. When

approaching a vehicle ahead too

rapidly, it may not provide you

enough time to avoid a collision.
The driver accepts full

responsibility for the appropriate

following distance based on traffic,

weather and visibility conditions.
The complete attention of the

driver is always required while

driving. The driver must always be

ready to take action and apply the

brakes.

System limitations

Forward collision alert is designed to

warn on vehicles only, but may react

also to other objects.

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In the following cases, Forward

collision alert may not detect a vehicle

ahead or sensor performance is

limited:

● Driving on winding or hilly roads.
● During nighttime driving.
● Weather limits visibility, such as

fog, rain, or snow

● The sensor in the windscreen is

blocked by snow, ice, slush, mud,

dirt, windscreen damage or

affected by foreign items, e.g.

stickers.

Following distance

indication

The following distance indication

displays the distance to a preceding

moving vehicle. The front camera in

the windscreen is used to detect the

distance of a vehicle directly ahead in

the vehicle's path. It is active at

speeds above 40 km/h.
When a preceding vehicle is detected

ahead, the distance is indicated in

seconds, displayed on a page in the

Driver Information Centre.

On Baselevel display, choose Info

Menu ? via MENU on the turn

signal lever and turn the adjuster

wheel to choose following distance

indication page,3 112

On Mid- and Uplevel display, select

Info menu via steering wheel buttons

and press å to select following

distance indication 3 112.
The minimum indicated distance is

0.5 seconds.
If there is no vehicle ahead or the

vehicle ahead is out of range, two

dashes will be displayed: -.- sec.

If Adaptive cruise control is active,

this page shows the alert sensitivity

setting instead of following distance

setting. 3 206.

System limitations

In the following cases, following

distance indication sensor

performance is limited:

● Driving on winding or hilly roads.
● During nighttime driving.

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● Weather limits visibility, such as

fog, rain, or snow.

● The sensor is blocked by snow,

ice, slush, mud, dirt, windscreen

damage or affected by foreign

items, e.g. stickers.

Active emergency braking

Active emergency braking is part of

the forward collision system 3 124. It

can help to reduce the damage and

injury from crashes with vehicles,

pedestrians and obstacles directly

ahead, when a collision can no longer

be avoided either by manual braking

or by steering. Before the active

emergency braking applies, the driver

is warned by the Forward collision

alert 3 216 or the Front pedestrian

protection alert 3 223.
The feature uses various inputs (e.g.

camera sensor, radar sensor, brake

pressure, vehicle speed) to calculate

the probability of a frontal collision.

9 Warning

This system is not intended to

replace the driver responsibility for

driving the vehicle and looking

ahead. Its function is limited to

supplemental use only to reduce

the vehicle speed before a

collision.
The system may not react to

animals. After a sudden lane

change, the system needs a

certain time to detect the next

preceding vehicle.
The driver must always be ready

to take action and apply the brakes

and steer to avoid collisions.

Functionality

If equipped only with front camera the

active emergency braking operates in

forward gear above walking speed up

to 85 km/h.
With radar sensor active emergency

braking operates in forward gear

above walking speed at all speeds.

A precondition is that forward collision

alert with front camera system is not

deactivated in the vehicle

personalisation menu 3 124.
The system includes:

● brake preparation system
● emergency automatic braking
● forward looking brake assist
● intelligent brake assist (only with

radar sensor)

● front pedestrian protection

system

Brake preparation system

When approaching a vehicle ahead

or a pedestrian so quickly that a

collision is likely, the brake

preparation system slightly

pressurizes the brakes. This reduces

the response time, when a manual or

automatic braking is requested.
The brake system is prepared so that

braking can occur more rapidly.
If equipped only with front camera the

system operates up to a speed of 80

km/h.

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Emergency automatic braking

After activation of brake preparation

system and just before the imminent

collision, this function automatically

applies limited braking to reduce the

impact speed of the collision or

prohibit a crash. Depending on the

situation, the vehicle may

automatically brake moderately or

hard. This front automatic braking can

only occur if a vehicle ahead is

detected, indicated by the vehicle

ahead indicator A 3 216. On vehicles

with front pedestrian protection, front

automatic braking can also occur

when a pedestrian ahead is detected,

indicated by the pedestrian ahead

indicator 7.
If equipped only with front camera the

system operates up to a speed of 80

km/h.
Below a speed of 40 km/h the system

can apply full braking.
Emergency automatic braking may

slow the vehicle to a complete stop to

try to avoid a potential crash. If this

happens, emergency automatic

braking may engage the electric

parking brake to hold the vehicle at a

stop. To release press the electric

parking brake button or firmly press

the accelerator pedal.

9 Warning

Emergency automatic braking is

an emergency crash preparation

feature and is not designed to

avoid crashes. Do not rely on the

system to brake the vehicle.

Emergency automatic braking will

not brake outside of its operating

speed range and only responds to

detected vehicles and

pedestrians.

Forward looking brake assist

In addition to the brake preparation

system and emergency automatic

braking, the forward looking brake

assist function makes the brake assist

more sensitive. Therefore, pressing

the brake pedal less strongly results

in immediate hard braking. This

function helps the driver brake

quicker and harder before the

imminent collision.

If equipped only with front camera the

system operates up to a speed of 85

km/h.

9 Warning

Active emergency braking is not

designed to apply hard

autonomous braking or to

automatically avoid a collision. It is

designed to reduce the vehicle

speed before a collision. It may not

react to animals. After a sudden

lane change, the system needs a

certain time to detect the next

preceding vehicle.
The complete attention of the

driver is always required while

driving. The driver must always be

ready to take action and apply the

brakes and steer to avoid

collisions.

The system is designed to work with

all occupants wearing their seat belts.

Intelligent Brake Assist

If the vehicle is equipped with radar

sensor Intelligent brake assist may

activate when the brake pedal is

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applied quickly by providing a boost

to braking based on the speed of

approach and distance to a vehicle

ahead.
Minor brake pedal pulsations or pedal

movement during this time is normal

and the brake pedal should continue

to be applied as needed. Intelligent

brake assist will automatically

disengage only when the brake pedal

is released.

9 Warning

Intelligent brake assist may

increase vehicle braking in

situations when it may not be

necessary. You could block the

flow of traffic. If this occurs, take

your foot off the brake pedal and

then apply the brakes as needed.

Front pedestrian protection
3

 223.

Deactivation

Active emergency braking can be

deactivated in the personalisation

menu 3 124. If deactivated a

message is displayed in the Driver

Information Centre.
We recommend to deactivate the

system in the vehicle personalisation

in the following cases:

● when the vehicle is being towed
● before using an automatic car

wash with ignition switched on

● if the windscreen has been

damaged close to the camera

● if the front bumper has been

damaged

System limitations

In some cases, the active emergency

braking system may provide an

automatic braking in situations that

seem to be unnecessary, for instance

in parking garages, due to traffic signs

in a curve or due to vehicles in

another lane. This is normal

operation, the vehicle does not need

service. Firmly apply the accelerator

pedal to override the automatic

braking if the situation and the

surroundings permit.
In the following cases, Active

emergency braking performance is

limited:

● Driving on winding or hilly roads.
● Detecting all vehicles, especially

vehicles with a trailer, tractors,

muddy vehicles, etc.

● Detecting a vehicle when

weather limits visibility, such as in

fog, rain, or snow.

● During nighttime driving.
● Weather limits visibility, such as

fog, rain, or snow.

● The sensor in the windscreen is

blocked by snow, ice, slush, mud,

dirt, windscreen damage or

affected by foreign items, e.g.

stickers.

To avoid malfunction keep the areas

of the camera sensor in the

windscreen and the radar sensor in

the radiator grille always clean from

dirt, dust, ice and snow.

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Complete attention is always required

while driving, and you should be

ready to take action and apply the

brakes and/or steer the vehicle to

avoid crashes.

Fault

In case the system requires a service,

a message is displayed in the Driver

Information Centre.
If the system does not work as it

should do, vehicle messages are

displayed in the Driver Information

Centre.
Vehicle messages 3 123.

Front pedestrian protection

Front pedestrian protection may help

to avoid or reduce the harm caused

by front-end crashes with nearby

pedestrians when driving in a forward

gear.
The system uses the front camera in

the windscreen to detect a pedestrian

directly ahead, in your path.
Front pedestrian protection can

detect and alert to pedestrians in a

forward gear at speeds between 8

km/h and 80 km/h. Additionally Front

pedestrian protection can provide a

boost to braking or automatically

brake the vehicle.
During daytime driving, the system

detects pedestrians up to a distance

of approximately 40 metres. During

nighttime driving, system

performance is limited.
Front pedestrian protection can be

set to Off, Alert, or Alert & Brake in

vehicle personalisation 3 124.

9 Danger

Front pedestrian braking does not

provide an alert or automatically

brake the vehicle, unless it detects

a pedestrian.
The system may not detect

pedestrians, including children,

when the pedestrian is not directly

ahead, not fully visible, not

standing upright, or when part of a

group.

Front pedestrian protection includes:

● detecting front pedestrian ahead
● front pedestrian alert
● automatic braking

Detecting front pedestrian ahead

A pedestrian ahead up to a distance

of approximately 40 m is indicated by

the control indicator 7 in the

instrument cluster. On vehicles with

head-up display, 7 is projected on the

windscreen.

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Front pedestrian alert

When approaching a detected

pedestrian too quickly, a red flashing

LED alert or the pop-up symbol 7 in

the head-up display is projected on

the windscreen in the driver's field of

view. A warning chime is provided.

The brake system may prepare for

driver braking to occur more rapidly

which can cause a brief, mild

deceleration. Continue to apply the

brake pedal as required.
Cruise control or Adaptive cruise

control may be disengaged when the

Front pedestrian alert occurs.

Automatic braking

If a crash into a pedestrian directly

ahead is imminent, and the brakes

have not been applied, Automatic

braking may automatically brake

moderately or brake hard. This can

help to avoid some very low speed

pedestrian crashes or reduce

pedestrian injury.
Automatic braking levels may be

reduced under certain conditions,

such as higher speeds.
If this happens, automatic braking

may engage the Electric parking

brake to hold the vehicle at a stop.

Release the parking brake. A firm

press of the accelerator pedal will

also release Automatic braking and

Electric parking brake 3 196.
This system includes Intelligent brake

assist, and the Emergency automatic

braking system may also respond to

pedestrians. See Active emergency

braking 3 220.
Automatic braking can be disabled in

the vehicle personalisation menu

3

 124.

General information

9 Warning

The driver must always be ready

to take action and apply the brakes

and steer to avoid collisions.

9 Warning

Front pedestrian braking may alert

or automatically brake the vehicle

suddenly in situations where it is

unexpected and undesired. It

could falsely alert or brake for

objects similar in shape or size to

pedestrians, including shadows.

This is normal operation and the

vehicle does not need a service.

To override Automatic braking,

firmly depress the accelerator

pedal, if it is safe to do so.

9 Warning

Using the Front pedestrian braking

system while towing a trailer could

cause loss of vehicle control and

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crash. Turn the system to Alert or

Off in the vehicle personalisation

when towing a trailer. Vehicle

personalisation 3 124.

System limitations

In the following cases, front

pedestrian protection may not detect

a pedestrian ahead or sensor

performance is limited:

● Vehicle speed is out of range

from 8 km/h to 80 km/h in forward

gear.

● The distance to an pedestrian

ahead is more than 40 metres.

● Driving on winding or hilly roads.
● During nighttime driving.
● Weather limits visibility, such as

fog, rain, or snow.

● The sensor in the windscreen is

blocked by snow, ice, slush, mud,

dirt, windscreen damage or

affected by foreign items, e.g.

stickers.

Parking assist

General information

When the trailer hitch is attached,

change the configuration settings in

the vehicle personalisation menu in

the Info Display. Vehicle

personalisation 3 124.
When attaching a trailer or bike

carrier to the trailer hitch, the parking

assist is deactivated.

Front-rear parking assist

9 Warning

The driver bears full responsibility

for the parking manoeuvre.
Always check the surrounding

area when driving backwards or

forwards while using parking

assist system.

The front-rear parking assist

measures the distance between the

vehicle and obstacles in front and

behind the vehicle. It informs and

warns the driver by giving acoustic

signals and display indication.

It uses two different acoustic warning

signals for the front and rear

monitoring areas, each with a

different tone frequency.

The system has four ultrasonic

parking sensors each in the rear and

front bumper.

Activation

The system is activated automatically

at a speed up to 11 km/h.

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An illuminated LED in the parking

assist button r indicates that the

system is ready to operate.
If r is switched off within an ignition

cycle, the parking assist is

deactivated. If vehicle speed has

exceeded 25 km/h beforehand,

parking assist will be reactivated

when speed drops below 11 km/h.
When the system is deactivated, the

LED in the button extinguishes and a

message pops up in the Driver

Information Centre.

Indication

The system warns the driver with

acoustic signals against potentially

hazardous obstacles in front of the

vehicle in a distance range up to

80 cm and against potentially

hazardous obstacles behind the

vehicle in a distance range up to

50 cm while a forward gear is

engaged, or up to 1.5 m while reverse

gear is engaged.
Depending on which side of the

vehicle is closer to an obstacle, you

will hear acoustic warning signals in

the vehicle on the respective side.

The interval between the signals

becomes shorter as the vehicle gets

closer to that obstacle. When the

distance is less than approx. 30 cm,

the signal is continuous.
Additionally, the distance to rear and

front obstacles is displayed by

changing distance lines in the Driver

Information Centre 3 112 or,

depending on the version, on the Info

Display 3 119.

The distance indication can be

inhibited by vehicle messages with a

higher priority. After dismissing the

message distance indication appears

again.
Acoustic signal is muted when

parking brake is engaged or the

selector lever of automatic

transmission is in N.

Deactivation

The system is deactivated

automatically when vehicle speed

exceeds 11 km/h.
Manual deactivation is also possible

by pressing the parking assist button

r.

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When the system is deactivated

manually, the LED in the button

extinguishes and a message pops up

in the Driver Information Centre.
After a manual deactivation, the front-

rear parking assist is activated again

if r is pressed.
The complete system can be

manually deactivated in the vehicle

personalisation menu in the

Info Display. It remains deactivated

during the ignition cycle or until

activation in personalisation menu

again. Vehicle personalisation 3 124.

Fault

In the event of a fault or if the system

does not work temporarily, e.g.

because of high external noise level

or other interference factors, a

message pops-up in the Driver

Information Centre.
Vehicle messages 3 123.

Advanced parking assist

9 Warning

The driver bears full responsibility

for accepting the parking slot

suggested by the system and the

parking manoeuvre.
Always check the surrounding

area in all directions when using

the advanced parking assist.

The advanced parking assist

measures a suitable parking slot

while passing, calculates the

trajectory and automatically steers

the vehicle into a parallel or

perpendicular parking slot.
Instructions are given in the Driver

Information Centre 3 112 or,

depending on the version, on the Info

Display 3 119, supported by acoustic

signals.
In vehicles with manual transmission,

the driver must control acceleration,

braking and gear shifting, while

steering is done automatically.

In vehicles with automatic

transmission, the driver must control

acceleration and gear shifting, while

braking and steering is done

automatically.

Advanced parking assist is always

combined with front-rear parking

assist. Both systems use the same

sensors in the front and rear bumper.
The system has six ultrasonic parking

sensors each in both the rear and

front bumper.

Activation of advanced parking assist

Advanced parking assist can only be

activated when driving forwards.

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When searching for a parking slot, the

system is ready to operate with a

short press of (.
The system recognises and

memorises ten metres for parallel

parking slots or six metres for

perpendicular parking slots in the

parking assist mode.
The system can only be activated and

searches for a parking slot at a speed

up to 30 km/h.
Advanced parking assist may not be

activated when driving on very steep

inclines.

Functionality

Parking slot searching mode,

indication in the Driver Information

Centre

Select parallel or perpendicular

parking slot in Driver Information

Centre by long press on (.
The system is configured to detect

parking slots by default on the

passenger side. To detect parking

slots on the driver side, switch on turn

signal indicator on the driver side.

Indication in the Info Display

Select parallel or perpendicular

parking slot by tapping the respective

icon on the display.
Select parking side by tapping the

respective icon on the display.

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When a slot is detected, a visual

feedback on the Colour-Info-Display

and an acoustic signal is given.
If the driver does not stop the vehicle

after a parking slot is proposed, the

system starts to search for another

suitable parking slot.
Park guiding mode

The parking slot suggestion of the

system is accepted when the vehicle

is stopped by the driver within ten

metres for parallel parking slots or

six metres for perpendicular parking

slots after the message to stop the car

is indicated. The system calculates

the optimal path into the parking slot.

A brief vibration in the steering wheel

after engaging reverse gear indicates

that the steering is controlled by the

system. Then the vehicle with manual

transmission is steered into the slot

automatically by giving the driver

detailed instructions for braking,

accelerating and gear shifting. With

automatic transmission the vehicle is

steered into the slot automatically by

giving the driver detailed instructions

for accelerating and shifting forward

or reversing. The driver must keep

hands away from the steering wheel.

During park guiding mode the

manoeuvring speed is limited.
Always pay attention to the signals of

the front-rear parking assist.

Continuous signal indicates that the

distance to an obstacle is less than

approx. 30 cm.
If, for any reason, the driver must take

over control of the steering, hold the

steering wheel only at the outer edge.

Automatic steering is cancelled in this

event.

Display indication

The instructions on the display show:

● General hints and warning

messages.

● A hint when driving faster than

30 km/h during parking slot

searching mode.

● The demand to stop the vehicle,

when a parking slot is detected.

● The direction of driving during the

parking manoeuvre.

● The demand to shift into reverse

or first gear, or R or D with

automatic transmission.

● The demand to stop or to drive

slowly.

● For some of the instructions a

progress bar is shown in the

Driver Information Centre.

● The successful completion of the

parking manoeuvre indicated by

a pop-up symbol and a chime.

● The cancelling of a parking

manoeuvre.

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