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Vehicle System Definitions

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360° Camera View

360° Camera View systems show a bird’s eye view of the area around the entire vehicle, using multiple cameras.
Understanding the 360° Camera View System

Active Park Assist

Active Park Assist identifies a parking space and parallel parks the vehicle for the driver.
Understanding the Active Park Assist System

Adaptive Cruise Control

Adaptive Cruise Control, when activated, detects vehicles in the lane ahead and will lower the set speed to match the speed of the vehicle ahead. Once there are no vehicles in the lane ahead, the cruise control will resume the set speed. (note: not all vehicles have the ability to stop the vehicle completely)
Understanding the Adaptive Cruise Control System

Collision Warning

Collision Warning sounds an audible alarm and/or a visual indicator to alert the driver that a collision is eminent. (note: no brakes will be applied without the driver applying the brake)
Understanding the Collision Warning and Braking System

Collision Braking

Collision Braking will detect an object ahead and will automatically apply the brakes without driver input.
Understanding the Collision Warning and Braking System

Blind Spot Detection

Blind Spot Detection will detect objects on the sides of the vehicle and will display a visual indicator that there is an object to the side of the vehicle.
Understanding the Blind Spot Detection System

Side View

Side View has a screen that will display the area to the side of the vehicle.

Lane Departure Warning

Lane Departure Warning allows the vehicle to watch the lane markings on the road and, if the vehicle starts to leave the lane without a turn signal, sound an audible alarm and/or a visual indicator to alert the driver that the vehicle is moving out of the lane.
Understanding the Lane Departure Warning/Lane Keep Assist Systems

Lane Keep Assist

Lane Keep Assist allows the vehicle to watch the lane markings on the road and, if the vehicle starts to leave the lane without a turn signal, bring the vehicle back into the lane without the drivers input.
Understanding the Lane Departure Warning/Lane Keep Assist Systems

Rear View

Rear View has a screen on the dash or rear-view mirror that will display the area behind the vehicle when the vehicle is in reverse.

Park Assist

Park Assist monitors the distance between the vehicle and other objects in the front and rear and will sound an audible alarm and/or a visual indicator to alert the driver that the vehicle is approaching an object.
Understanding the Park Assist System

Front Cross Traffic

Front Cross Traffic allows the vehicle to detect oncoming traffic from the left or right front of the vehicle when pulling forward out of a parking stall.
Understanding the Front/Rear Cross Traffic Systems

Rear Cross Traffic

Rear Cross Traffic allows the vehicle to detect oncoming traffic from the left or right rear of the vehicle when pulling rearward out of a parking stall.
Understanding the Front/Rear Cross Traffic Systems

Adaptive Lighting

Adaptive Lighting can have several functions depending on the vehicle features. The lights can turn to illuminate around corners when the steering wheel turns, they may self-level, and/or automatically dim the high-beams for oncoming traffic.

Night Vision

Night Vision has a screen that will display the area in front of the vehicle using an infrared camera.