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Opel Corsa: Driver assistance systems / Adaptive cruise control

The adaptive cruise control is an enhancement to the conventional cruise control with the additional feature of maintaining a certain following distance to the vehicle ahead.

Opel Corsa. Adaptive cruise control

It uses radar and camera sensors to detect the vehicles ahead. If no vehicle is detected in the driving path, the adaptive cruise control will behave like a conventional cruise control.

The adaptive cruise control automatically decelerates the vehicle when approaching a slower moving vehicle. It then adjusts the vehicle speed to follow the vehicle ahead at the selected following distance. The vehicle speed increases or decreases to follow the vehicle ahead, but will not exceed the set speed. It may apply limited braking with activated brake lights.

If the vehicle ahead accelerates or changes lane, the adaptive cruise control progressively accelerates the vehicle to return to the stored set speed. If the driver operates the turn lights to overtake a slower vehicle, the adaptive cruise control allows the vehicle to temporarily approach the vehicle ahead to help passing it. However, the set speed will never be exceeded.

The adaptive cruise control can store set speeds over 30 km/h for manual transmission. If the vehicle ahead is moving too slowly and the selected following distance cannot be maintained anymore, a warning chime is given and a message is displayed in the Driver Information Centre. The message prompts the driver to take back control of the vehicle. On vehicles with automatic transmission, the system can brake the vehicle until a full stop.

Warning

The complete driver attention is always required while driving with adaptive cruise control. The driver stays fully in control of the vehicle because the brake pedal, the accelerator pedal and the button Opel Corsa. Adaptive cruise control have priority over any adaptive cruise control operation.

Fault

In the event of a speed limiter fault, the speed is cleared resulting in flashing of the dashes. The speed limit recognition may not operate correctly if traffic signs do not comply with the Vienna Convention on Road Signs and Signals...

Switching on the system

Press . is indicated in the Driver Information Centre. The system is still not active. ..

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