Radar Cruise Control

Manages constant distance from the proceeding vehicle

Radar cruise control uses radar to detect vehicles traveling ahead to help maintain pre-set following distance within pre-selected speeds.
When the car traveling ahead of you stops, the system will reduce speed until the vehicle stops completely. Once the road ahead clears, your vehicle will begin moving and will return to your pre-selected speed and following distance with minimal driving inconvenience.

sft_11_01_tcm322-251415Very convenient during traffic and freeway driving