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A - Switch cruise control on/off
1 - Set/increase desired speed
2 - Reduce desired speed
3 - Interrupt (OFF)
4 - Return to set speed (RESUME)

Cruise Control

Cruise control maintains any selected speed between approx. 20–150 mph (30–240 km/h) without you having to use the accelerator.

Cruise control is operated using the control stalk at the bottom left of the steering wheel.

Vehicles with PDK
Downshifts are carried out to help maintain the pre-selected speed (especially when driving downhill).

Misuse of Cruise Control

If the current traffic situation does not allow you to drive safely at a constant speed and with sufficient distance to the vehicle in front, using the cruise control can cause accidents.

  • Do not use the cruise control in heavy traffic, in city traffic, on twisting roads or under unfavorable road conditions (e.g. wintry or wet conditions, varying road surfaces).
  • Observe all local and national speed limits.
  • Do not reach through the steering-wheel spokes while driving.

Switching cruise control readiness on

Press button A on the control stalk.

Cruise control readiness
The grey symbol on the multi-function display in the instrument panel indicates readiness.

Maintaining and storing speed

  1. Accelerate or decelerate to the desired speed using the accelerator pedal.
  2. Push the control stalk on the steering wheel forward (position 1).
    The current driving speed is now stored as the desired speed, which will be maintained automatically.

Desired speed
The desired speed that was stored is displayed under the cruise control symbol, which has now turned orange.

Accelerating (e.g. to overtake)
Variant 1

  • Increase the speed as usual with the accelerator pedal.
    When you ease off the accelerator, the previously stored value is set again.

Variant 2

  • Push the control stalk on the steering wheel forward (position 1).
    The desired speed is increased in steps of 1 mph (1 km/h). or
    Press the control stalk on the steering wheel forward and keep it pressed (position 1).
    The desired speed is increased in steps of 5 mph (10 km/h).

The new desired speed is displayed on the multi-function display in the instrument panel.

Decelerating

  • Briefly pull the control stalk on the steering wheel towards the steering wheel (position 2).
    The desired speed is decreased in steps of 1 mph (1 km/h). or
    Pull the control stalk on the steering wheel towards the steering wheel and keep it pulled (position 2).
    The desired speed is decreased in steps of 5 mph (10 km/h).

The new desired speed is displayed on the multi-function display in the instrument panel.

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