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control mechanism for keeping an automobile at a set speed

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On the safety aspect it includes airbags, ABS, brake assist, stability control, traction control, a front radar sensor system, automatic post collision braking and automatic distance control.
Moving from S to SE trim adds Automatic Distance Control with Front Assist and City Emergency Braking, which can bring the vehicle to a halt if necessary, a Driver Alert System, PreCrash preventative occupant protection, Driver Profile Selection, rain-sensitive wipers, an automatically dimming rear-view mirror and dusk sensor (automatic driving lights).
VW has packed its new Golf range with the very latest in safety innovations and the test model was no exception featuring anti-lock brakes, hydraulic brake assist, electronic stabilisation programme, traction control, numerous airbags, automatic distance control, driver alert system and much, much more.
Radar technology was adopted on the VW Phaeton as part of its automatic distance control (ADC) system which was developed to keep a safe margin between the car and the vehicle in front.
The new model features new headlights, tail lamps and front grille, and Automatic Distance Control System.
A[cedilla] Active Cruise control with Stop and Go Function: Automatic distance control function that allows for relaxed cruising on the motorway and ensures that the selected distance from the vehicle ahead is maintained by the vehicle.
The driving dynamics of the CC V6 include systems such as Park Assist, AVV Automatic Distance Control, Front assist, Lane assist and Dynamic Drive Control.
Assistance systems such as Automatic Distance Control, as well as developments like Adaptive Chassis Control and Park Assist, bring additional top technologies to the Golf class.
Also offered will be Automatic Distance Control, which reduces the vehicle's speed or stops it completely if an obstruction is identified.
Of course, loads of options will be available including VW's adaptive chassis control which allows drivers to select between normal, comfort and sport suspension settings and automatic distance control that stops you running into things.
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