Lane Departure and Lane Change Warning.
Lane Change Warning incl. a camera-based collision alert registers road markings at a distance of 50 metres and at speeds of approximately 70 km/h and above.
If your vehicle seems to be about to veer out of its lane unintentionally, you’ll be warned via slight vibrations on the steering wheel. If you’ve activated the indicators beforehand – in other words, if the lane change is intentional – then this warning is not issued. The camera-based collision alert recognises vehicles ahead and warns you when the distance between you and them is too short or when a danger of collision arises.
If another vehicle is in your blind spot and intends to change lanes, Lane Change Warning indicates this by recognising the flashing indicators. This function also warns you of a vehicle approaching at high speed in the overtaking lane. Further, when the distance at the side is too short or when there is a danger of collision, you are warned via a vibrating steering wheel and an optical signal in the exterior mirror cap.