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Motorway

On a single lane or on all lanes the car adapts to the traffic conditions during day and night time. Considering system limits indicated for instance by fog or heavy rain, it follows the lane and in some cases overtakes in a highly or fully automated manner. In general, the car detects the road characteristics; knows its position and measures the distance and speed relative to vehicles driving ahead and behind.

The speed is adjusted considering various factors such as keeping a safe distance to the vehicle in front or following the speed limit. When approaching a road user with slower speed, the host vehicle can in some instances automatically change the lane and overtake other vehicles.

On a single lane or all lanes the car adapts to the traffic conditions during day and night time. Considering system limits indicated for instance by fog or heavy rain, it follows the lane and in some cases overtakes in a highly or fully automated manner.

On motorways the car is able to perform a number of driving manoeuvres. In general, it detects the road characteristics; knows its position and measures the distance and speed relative to vehicles driving ahead and behind.

The speed is adjusted considering various factors such as keeping a safe distance to the vehicle in front or following the speed limit.

When approaching a road user with slower speed, the host vehicle can in some instances automatically change the lane and overtake other vehicles.

In case the driver does not react to a take-over request from the system, a minimum-risk manoeuvre is activated: The vehicle coasts and brakes down to standstill, possibly while moving laterally to the outside of the lane. The manoeuvre will be indicated to other traffic participants making it predictable for other road users.

Automated functions can be used on compatible road stretches, e.g. on motorways with intact lane marking.

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