What is Land Rover Adaptive Cruise Control?

January 23rd, 2019 by

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Land Rover Adaptive Cruise Control is driver-assistance technology that adds more convenience to the standard cruise control in most models. This Adaptive Cruise Control system comes with Cruise Control & Speed Limiter allowing you to limit your max speed and keep a safe distance from vehicles in front of you. Learn more about this innovative technology at Land Rover Paramus today.

How Does Adaptive Cruise Control Work?

Once you initiate the system, set your speed and this system, using sensors, will slow your vehicle down if you’re approaching a vehicle while maintaining a steady speed. If the vehicle is no longer present, this system will bring your vehicle back up to the set speed.

Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go / Queue Assist

Along with Adaptive Cruise Control, new Land Rover models come equipped with either Stop & Go or Queue Assist. While different in name, they are the same feature. This smart cruise control feature works differently as part of the Adaptive Cruise Control:

  • This activates when in slow-moving, heavy traffic
  • If the vehicle in front of you slows, your vehicle will be slowed to a standstill
  • Once the car in front of you starts moving again, tap the accelerator pedal and this system will keep you a safe distance from the vehicle ahead
  • This distance can be adjusted

Deactivating Adaptive Cruise Control

This system can be deactivated in certain scenarios, such as when you brake or press the CAN button on the steering wheel. Other moments when it would deactivate include when:

  • All Terrain Progress Control (ATPC) is selected
  • Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) or Electronic Traction Control (ECT) or activated
  • The Electric Parking Brake (EPB) is applied
  • Hill Descent Control (HDC) is selected
  • When the set speed of the speed limiter is reached

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What Models Have Adaptive Cruise Control?

In the 2019 Land Rover lineup, including in the Land Rover Range Rover interior, you’ll find this advanced feature in the following Land Rover models:

  • 2019 Range Rover
  • 2019 Range Rover Sport
  • 2019 Range Rover Velar
  • 2019 Range Rover Evoque
  • 2019 Discovery
  • 2019 Discovery Sport

Experience Land Rover Technology at Land Rover Paramus

Once you’re ready to learn more about the Land Rover Adaptive Cruise Control system or when you want to get behind the wheel of your favorite new Land Rover model, contact us at Land Rover Paramus near Englewood.

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