2020 Audi Q7 — Owner's Manual – Page #137

Posted on 16 Feb, 2020
Model: 2020 Audi Q7
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4M1012721BA
Driver
assistance
and
road
conditions
>
page
133,
Predictive
con-
trol.
Follow
the
safety
precautions
and
note
the
limits
of
the
assist
systems,
sensors,
and
cameras
>
page
118.
For
an
explanation
on
conformity
with
the
FCC
regulations
in
the
United
States
and
the
Industry
Canada
regulations,
see
>
page
295.
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
adaptive
cruise
assist
B8V-0630.
Fig.
108
Example:
vehicle
changing
lanes
and
stationary
vehicle
a
vehicle
in
the
adjacent
lane
and
apply
the
brakes.
You
can
override
the
system
by
pressing
the
accelerator
pedal
briefly.
The
adaptive
cruise
assist
works
with
the
vari-
ous
sensors
and
cameras
in
the
vehicle.
Vehicles
can
only
be
detected
once
they
are
within
the
area
and
range
covered
by
the
sen-
sors
>
page
119,
fig.
98.
When
driving
around
tight
curves,
a
vehicle
driving
ahead
that
was
previously
detected
may
no
longer
be
detected,
and
the
adaptive
cruise
assist
may
accelerate
unexpectedly.
The
adaptive
cruise
assist
does
not
react
to
a
stationary
vehicle
in
the
same
lane
if
the
sys-
tem
expects
that
you
can
easily
drive
aroun
d
the
stationary
vehicle
by
turning
the
steering
wheel.
The
adaptive
cruise
assist
may
not
react
to
sta-
tionary
obstacles,
such
as
the
end
of
a
traffic
jam,
especially
at
high
speeds.
The
adaptive
cruise
assist
has
a
limited
ability
to
detect
vehicles
that
are
a
short
distance
ahead,
off
to
the
side
of
your
vehicle,
or
moving
into
your
lane.
Objects
that
are
difficult
to
detect,
such
as
mo-
torcycles,
vehicles
with
high
ground
clearance,
or
vehicles
with
an
overhanging
load,
may
be
detected
late
or
not
detected
at
all.
The
adaptive
cruise
assist
does
not
respond
to
people,
animals,
or
objects
that
are
crossin
approaching
from
the
opposite
direction.
Follow
the
safety
precautions
and
note
the
limits
of
the
assist
systems,
sensors,
and
cameras
>
page
118.
g
or
Fig.
109
Example:
driving
into
a
curve
In
some
situations,
the
adaptive
cruise
assist
function
is
limited
and you
must
assume
control
of
the
vehicle
when
necessary,
for
example
by
ap-
plying
the
brakes.
If
a
vehicle
that
was
already
detected
@
turns
or
changes
lanes,
the
adaptive
cruise
assist
will
react
to
the
vehicle
ahead
of
it
@).
When
driving
into
a
curve
>
fig.
109
and
out
of
acurve,
the
adaptive
cruise
assist
may
react
to
135

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