Adaptive cruise assist

The adaptive cruise assist is a combination of adaptive cruise control and active lane assist.

The adaptive cruise assist supports the driver in accelerating, braking, maintaining speed and distance as well as in lane guidance.

This can increase driving comfort, especially on long journeys. The system recognizes lane markings, side structures, vehicles in adjacent lanes and several vehicles in front within the framework of system limits. From this information, the system derives a virtual driving path and does it Vehicle in this.

With an assisting steering intervention, the system helps to keep the vehicle permanently in the center of the lane. At the same time, the set speed is kept constant and the system reacts to vehicles in front with a distance control.

Thanks to the large number of parameters involved, the adaptive driving assistant offers the most comfortable possible driving in the speed range from 0 to a maximum of 250 km / h and in traffic jams. The adaptive driver assistant uses the radar sensor installed in the front of the vehicle, the front camera and the ultrasonic sensors to permanently monitor the area around the vehicle. The system is also supported by a steering wheel with handle recognition in a specific steering wheel design

The below animation show a video of how this work on a Audi A6.

The below video show a test of this system

This option is part of the tour driver assistance package with option id PCC