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The Front Assist is a collision-alert safety system. Faced with an unavoidable collision, it applies the brakes to minimise the consequences. Front Assist constantly monitors the distance from the traffic ahead with a radar sensor integrated into the grille.
This feature coordinates the activities of the systems to minimise the effects of emergency traffic situations. It prepares the driver and front passenger for a collision by tensioning the seatbelts, closing the electrically operated side windows and closing the electrically operated sunroof.
Driver Alert reduces the risk of a fatigue-induced emergency. By monitoring driver behaviour, the system assesses the degree of driver fatigue and, if necessary, warns of the need for a rest and break in the journey.
If a car is involved in an accident and the airbags are activated, it could remain in motion, causing another accident. This is where the Multi-Collision Brake comes in, bringing the vehicle to a standstill to prevent a pile-up.
The Lane Assist recognises an unintended departure from the lane, providing a visual message, and initiates corrective steering. It is activated at speeds above 65 km/h provided that there are recognisable lane markings on the road surface and the turn signal has not been turned on.