Volvo XC90: Deactivating Adaptive Cruise Control - DRIVER SUPPORTVolvo XC90: Deactivating Adaptive Cruise Control

(Depending on market, this function can be either standard or optional.)

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC2) can be deactivated and switched off.

Volvo XC90. Deactivating Adaptive Cruise Control

  1. Press the Volvo XC90. Deactivating Adaptive Cruise Control button on the steering wheel (1).
    • The symbol and markings turn gray – Adaptive Cruise Control goes into standby mode. The time interval indicator light and any symbols for the target vehicle will go out.
  2. Press the Volvo XC90. Deactivating Adaptive Cruise Control (2) or Volvo XC90. Deactivating Adaptive Cruise Control (3) buttons on the steering wheel to select another function.
    • The Adaptive Cruise Control symbol and marking (4) in the instrument panel will go out and the stored maximum speed will be erased.

WARNING

  • If Adaptive Cruise Control is in standby mode, the driver must intervene and regulate both speed and distance to the vehicle ahead.
  • If the vehicle comes too close to a vehicle ahead when Adaptive Cruise Control is in standby mode, the driver can be warned of the short distance by the Distance Alert* function.

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