The radar cruise control keeps the vehicle at a chosen distance from the car in front, mostly accelerating and braking automatically.
The Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) automatically keeps a sufficient distance from vehicles moving ahead (max. 160 km/h or 210 km/h), dynamically, depending on the movement of the vehicles ahead or on a driver-defined safety distance. Besides the speed, the driver can also progressively configure the distance as well as the dynamics of the control on the operating lever of the steering wheel.
Adaptive Cruise Control is available for the ŠKODA SCALA, ŠKODA KAMIQ, ŠKODA OCTAVIA, ŠKODA SUPERB, ŠKODA KAROQ and ŠKODA KODIAQ.