› ŠKODA SUPERB supports the driver with new assistance systems and enhanced functions
› Predictive Cruise Control makes its ŠKODA debut
› Front Assist with Predictive Pedestrian Protection as standard
In addition to the full LED Matrix headlights, the revised ŠKODA SUPERB also features numerous other assistance systems that support the driver, some of which have worked their way into the mid-size car category from higher vehicle segments. Predictive Cruise Control and the new Emergency Assist for multi-lane roads (available from mid-2020) are both making their ŠKODA debut in the new SUPERB.
The new Predictive Cruise Control is an enhanced version of Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC). At speeds of up to 210 km/h, Predictive Cruise Control adjusts the speed of the car based on the vehicles ahead and, in combination with a DSG, can even bring the ŠKODA SUPERB to a standstill. Within up to three seconds of the car coming to a halt, ACC is able to automatically make it pull away again. The new predictive version also uses images from the camera on the windscreen and data from the navigation system to detect speed restrictions as well as bends, and adjusts the speed automatically.
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