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Driver Assist Technology


Your Territory is equipped with a full suite of driver assist features that help keep you focused on the road ahead.


Your Territory is equipped with a full suite of driver assist features that help keep you focused on the road ahead.

Lane Keeping System


The system is designed to alert you by providing an audible alert or steering wheel vibration when it detects an unintended lane departure. The system detects and tracks the road lane markings using a camera mounted behind the interior mirror. You can view the system status in the information display.

 

Lane Departure Warning


The system detects the lane lines on both sides in real time through the camera installed at the top of the front windshield. It judges the distance between the vehicle and the lane lines, collects vehicle data, and detects driver behaviour. The system alerts you with images, sounds, or steering wheel vibration when it detects that your vehicle is leaving its lane.

 

Enable or Disable Lane Departure Warning


Press the button on the left of the steering wheel to enable or disable the lane assist system.

Lane Keeping System


The system is designed to alert you by providing an audible alert or steering wheel vibration when it detects an unintended lane departure. The system detects and tracks the road lane markings using a camera mounted behind the interior mirror. You can view the system status in the information display.

 

Lane Departure Warning


The system detects the lane lines on both sides in real time through the camera installed at the top of the front windshield. It judges the distance between the vehicle and the lane lines, collects vehicle data, and detects driver behaviour. The system alerts you with images, sounds, or steering wheel vibration when it detects that your vehicle is leaving its lane.

 

Enable or Disable Lane Departure Warning


Press the button on the left of the steering wheel to enable or disable the lane assist system.

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  1. Access the touchscreen home page.
  2. Select Vehicle Settings.
  3. Select Vehicle Safety.
  4. Select LKS Settings.
  5. Select LDW or LDW + LKA.

 

Lane Keeping Aid


The system detects the road lanes on both sides in real time through the camera installed at the top of the front windshield. When the activation conditions are met, the lane keeping aid system keeps using the system to provide steering control for the driver, preventing deviation from the road lanes.

 

Enabling or Disabling the Lane Keeping Aid System


Press the button on the left of the steering wheel to enable or disable the lane assist system.

  1. Access the touchscreen home page.
  2. Select Vehicle Settings.
  3. Select Vehicle Safety.
  4. Select LKS Settings.
  5. Select LDW + LKA.


The lane keeping aid system is enabled or disabled.

 

Blind Spot Information System


The system is designed to detect vehicles that may have entered the blind spot zone. The detection area is on both sides of your vehicle, extending rearward from the exterior mirrors to approximately 70 m beyond the rear bumper.

  1. Access the touchscreen home page.
  2. Select Vehicle Settings.
  3. Select Vehicle Safety.
  4. Select LKS Settings.
  5. Select LDW or LDW + LKA.

 

Lane Keeping Aid


The system detects the road lanes on both sides in real time through the camera installed at the top of the front windshield. When the activation conditions are met, the lane keeping aid system keeps using the system to provide steering control for the driver, preventing deviation from the road lanes.

 

Enabling or Disabling the Lane Keeping Aid System


Press the button on the left of the steering wheel to enable or disable the lane assist system.

  1. Access the touchscreen home page.
  2. Select Vehicle Settings.
  3. Select Vehicle Safety.
  4. Select LKS Settings.
  5. Select LDW + LKA.


The lane keeping aid system is enabled or disabled.

 

Blind Spot Information System


The system is designed to detect vehicles that may have entered the blind spot zone. The detection area is on both sides of your vehicle, extending rearward from the exterior mirrors to approximately 70 m beyond the rear bumper.

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Disclaimer: The system does not prevent contact with other vehicles. It is not designed to detect parked vehicles, pedestrians, animals or other infrastructure.

 

Using the Blind Spot Information System


The system turns on when all of the following occur:

  • You start your vehicle.
  • The blind spot information system (BSD/Blind Spot Detection) is enabled.
  • You shift into drive (D).
  • The vehicle speed is greater than 25 km/h.

 

Switching the Blind Spot Information System On and Off


This system is enabled by default but you can also enable or disable it on the touchscreen:

  • Access the touchscreen home page.
  • Select Vehicle Settings.
  • Select Vehicle Safety.
  • Enable or disable BLIS Prompt

 

Adaptive Cruise Control


ACC adjusts vehicle speed to maintain the set gap between you and the vehicle in front of you in the same lane.


Disclaimer: The system does not prevent contact with other vehicles. It is not designed to detect parked vehicles, pedestrians, animals or other infrastructure.

 

Using the Blind Spot Information System


The system turns on when all of the following occur:

  • You start your vehicle.
  • The blind spot information system (BSD/Blind Spot Detection) is enabled.
  • You shift into drive (D).
  • The vehicle speed is greater than 25 km/h.

 

Switching the Blind Spot Information System On and Off


This system is enabled by default but you can also enable or disable it on the touchscreen:

  • Access the touchscreen home page.
  • Select Vehicle Settings.
  • Select Vehicle Safety.
  • Enable or disable BLIS Prompt

 

Adaptive Cruise Control


ACC adjusts vehicle speed to maintain the set gap between you and the vehicle in front of you in the same lane.

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  • The adaptive cruise controls are on the left side of the steering wheel. To enable or disable the system, press the button to the left of the toggle switch. It features a clock and car icon.
  • The RES+ button will resume cruise control or increase the vehicle’s set speed.
  • The SET- button will set the cruise control speed or decrease the set speed.
  • The button with three horizontal lines (under the toggle switch) will adjust the distance between your car at the one you’re following. You can select one of four set distances.

 

  • The adaptive cruise controls are on the left side of the steering wheel. To enable or disable the system, press the button to the left of the toggle switch. It features a clock and car icon.
  • The RES+ button will resume cruise control or increase the vehicle’s set speed.
  • The SET- button will set the cruise control speed or decrease the set speed.
  • The button with three horizontal lines (under the toggle switch) will adjust the distance between your car at the one you’re following. You can select one of four set distances.

 

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