2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #138

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Assist
systems
This
message
appears
if
the
pre
sense
functions
are
switched
off
through
the
Infotainment
sys-
tem
or
if
the
system
is
not
ready.
Audi
active
lane
assist
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
Audi
active
lane
assist
Active
lane
assist
(lane
departure
warning)
de-
tects
lane
marker
lines
within
the
limits
of
the
system
using
a
camera
in
the
windshield.
If
you
are
approaching
a
detected
lane
marker
line
and
it
appears
likely
that
you
will
leave
the
lane,
the
system
will
warn
you
with
corrective
steering.
You
can
override
this
steering
at
any
time.
If
you
pass over
a
line,
the
steering
wheel
will
vibrate
lightly.
In
order
for
this
warning
vibration
to
oc-
cur,
it
must
first
be
switched
on
in
the
Infotain-
ment
system.
Active
lane
assist
is
ready
for
oper-
ation
when
the
lane
marker
line
is
detected
on
at
least
one
side
of
the
vehicle.
The
system
is
designed
for
driving
on
express-
ways
and
highways
and
therefore
only
activates
at
speeds
above
approximately
40
mph
(65
km/h).
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
side
assist:
If
you
acti-
vate
a
turn
signal
when
active
lane
assist
is
ready
and
it
classifies
a
lane
change
as
critical
because
of
vehicles
traveling
alongside
you
or
approach-
ing
you,
there
will
be
noticeable
corrective
steer-
ing
shortly
before
you
leave
the
lane.
This
will
at-
tempt
to
keep
your
vehicle
in
the
lane.
Applies
to:
vehicles
without
side
assist:
When
the
system
is
ready,
it
will
not
warn
you
if
you
acti-
vate
a
turn
signal
before
crossing
the
lane
marker
line.
In
this
case,
it
assumes
that
you
are
chang-
ing
lanes
intentionally.
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
adaptive
cruise
control:
There
is
no
corrective
steering
or
warnings
if
the
system
recognizes
a
distinct
passing
maneuver.
If
the
conditions
are
met,
traffic
jam
assist
switches
on
at
speeds
under
approximately
40
mph
(65
km/h)
>
page
128.
136
AN
WARNING
The
system
warns
the
driver
that
the
vehicle
is
leaving
the
lane
using
corrective
steering.
The
driver
is
always
responsible
for
keeping
the
vehicle
within
the
lane.
The
system
can
help
you
keep
the
vehicle
in
the
lane,
but
it
does
not drive
by
itself.
Al-
ways
keep your
hands
on
the
steering
wheel.
Corrective
steering
may
not
occur
in
certain
situations,
such
as
during
heavy
braking.
There
may
be
cases
where
the
camera
does
not
recognize
all
lane
marker
lines.
Correc-
tive
steering
can
only
take
place
on
the
side
of
the
vehicle
where
lane
marker
lines
are
detected.
Other
road
structures
or
objects
could
possi-
bly
be
identified
unintentionally
as
lane
marker
lines.
As
a
result,
corrective
steering
may
be
unexpected
or
may
not
occur.
The
camera
view
can
be
restricted,
for
exam-
ple
by
vehicles
driving
ahead
or
by
rain,
snow, heavy
spray
or
light
shining
into
the
camera.
This
can
result
in
active
lane
assist
not
detecting
the
lane
marker
lines
or
de-
tecting
them
incorrectly.
—Incertain
situations
where
visibility
is
low,
the
vehicle
may
switch
from
an
“early”
to
“late”
steering
correction.
Under
certain
conditions
such
as
ruts
in
the
road,
an
inclined
roadway
or
crosswinds,
the
corrective
steering alone
may
not
be
enough
to
keep
the
vehicle
in
the
middle
of
the
lane.
For
safety
reasons,
active
lane
assist
must
not
be
used
when
there
are
poor
road
and/or
weather
conditions
such
as
slippery
roads,
fog,
gravel,
heavy
rain,
snow
and
the
poten-
tial
for
hydroplaning.
Using
active
lane
as-
sist
under
these
conditions
may
increase
the
risk of
a
crash.

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