Opel Crossland assistance systems - innovations for maximum safety

Source: AutoMotoTV (Glomex)

The many state-of-the-art assistance systems in the Opel Crossland make driving more relaxed and safer. Adaptive full-LED headlamps with cornering light, high beam assist and automatic headlamp leveling ensure optimum visibility even in the dark. The most important assistance systems of the new Opel Crossland at a glance: The head-up display projects key data on speed, navigation and assistance systems directly into the driver's field of vision. The front collision warning system with automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection is active from 5 km/h. The Lane Assistant warns of unintentional lane departures from 60 km/h by means of a warning tone and indicator lamp in the driver information display. Based on the steering behavior and driving time, the fatigue detection system detects signs of possible driver fatigue and issues a visual and acoustic warning in three stages. The 180-degree panoramic rear view camera shows the complete area behind the vehicle and supports reversing with steering guidelines in the color display of the infotainment system. The advanced automatic parking assistant recognizes suitable parking spaces and automatically steers in and out of them. The driver only has to operate the gears and pedals. Blind Spot Warning in both wing mirrors (active between 12 and 140 km/h). Traffic sign recognition shows speed limits and their removal with the corresponding traffic sign in the driver information display. The intelligent speed regulator and speed limiter, in conjunction with the traffic sign recognition system, allows the speed to be adjusted quickly.


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