2020 Audi Q7 — Owner's Manual – Page #136

Posted on 16 Feb, 2020
Model: 2020 Audi Q7
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Driver
assistance
Pay
attention
to
traffic
and
the
area
around
your
vehicle
when
predictive
control
is
switched
on.
The
driver
is
always
responsible
for
assessing
the
traffic
situation.
The
system
does
not
consider
“right
of
way”
rules
and
does
not
respond
to
traffic lights,
so
lack
of
driver
attention
in
these
situations
can
increase
the
risk of
an
accident.
The
speed
when
driving
through
curves
may
be
different
from
what
you
as
a
driver
would
do
or
may
not
be
suitable
for
the
weather
and
road
conditions.
If
necessary,
apply
the
brakes
and
reduce
the
selected
speed
to
be
maintained
in
the
Adjustment
to
curves
along
route
setting
to
reduce
the
risk
of
an
accident.
@)
Tips
Predictive
control
can
exceed
or
drop
below
the
maximum
permitted
speed.
The
driver
is
responsible
for
adhering
to
the
permitted
speed
limit.
The
traffic
signs
on
the
road
always
take
pri-
ority
over
the
display.
The
driver
is
always
responsible
for
adhering
to
the
regulations
applicable
in
the
country
where
the
vehicle
is
being
operated.
If
a
speed
limit
is
detected,
the
marking
@
of
the
set
speed
limit
will
be
adjusted
even
if
the
adaptive
cruise
assist
is
not
actively
regulating.
Control
by
the
system
depends
on
which
adaptive
cruise
assist
driving
program
is
set
or
on
the
selected
Audi
drive
select*
mode.
After
switching
on
the
ignition
and
first
driving
onto
a
freeway
or
similar
road
with-
out
a
speed
limit,
the
system
will
regulate
the
speed
to
80
mph
(130
km/h).
Then
the
system
adjusts
to
the
last
speed
set
by
the
driver.
There
is
no
adaptation
to
speed
limits
when
driving
through
highway
interchanges
and
when
driving
on
or
off
the
expressway.
The
system
can
fail
to
provide
control
or
the
control
may
be
faulty
if
the
values
from
the
YD
In
certain
countries
134
camera-based
traffic
sign
recognition”
are
incorrect
or
the
navigation
system
map
data
is
outdated.
When
route
guidance
is
switched
on,
the
system
adapts
to
the
route
provided
by
the
navigation
system.
Driving
without
route
guidance
or
leaving
a
route
can
result
in
faulty
control.
Certain
settings
are
stored
automatically
in
the
active
personal
profile.
Adaptive
cruise
assist
General
information
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
adaptive
cruise
assist
Depending
on
the
vehicle
equipment,
the
adap-
tive
cruise
assist
may
consist
of
the
following
functions:
Within
the
limits
of
the
system,
the
adaptive
speed
assist
assists
the
driver
in
controlling
the
speed
and
the
set
distance
to
the
vehicle
driving
ahead.
If
the
system
detects
a
vehicle
driving
ahead,
the
adaptive
speed
assist
can
brake
and
accelerate
your
vehicle
within
the
limits
of
the
system.
On
open
roads
with
no
traffic,
it
func-
tions
like
a
cruise
control
system.
The
stored
speed
is
maintained.
When
approaching
a
vehicle
driving
ahead,
the
adaptive
speed
assist
auto-
matically
brakes
to
match
that
vehicle's
speed
and
then
maintains
the
set
distance
as
much
as
possible.
Once
the
system
does
not
detect
a
vehi-
cle
driving
ahead,
adaptive
speed
assist
will
ac-
celerate
up
to
the
set
speed.
The
additional
lane
guidance
assists
the
driver
with
corrective
steering
in
order
to
stay
in
the
lane.
You
can
adjust
if
the
adaptive
cruise
assist
will
provide
support
with
lane
guidance
=>
page
138,
Switching
lane
guidance
on
and
off.
In
stop-and-go
traffic
and
in
traffic
jams,
the
ve-
hicle
may
brake
to
a
full
stop
and
then
may
also
start
driving
again
automatically
under
certain
conditions.
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
efficiency
assist:
Predic-
tive
control
can
adjust
the
speed
based
on
traffic
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