Volvo XC90: Drive modes when using time interval to vehicle - DRIVER SUPPORTVolvo XC90: Drive modes when using time interval to vehicle

The driver can choose different drive modes to determine how driver support should maintain a time interval to the vehicle ahead.

Settings are made using the DRIVE MODE controls.

Select one of the following:

  • Eco - Driver support will focus on providing good fuel economy, which will increase the time interval to the vehicle ahead.
  • Comfort - Driver support will focus on following the set time interval to the vehicle ahead as smoothly as possible.
  • Dynamic* - Driver support will focus on following the set time interval to the vehicle ahead more exactly, which could mean faster acceleration and heavier braking.
Setting time interval to the vehicle ahead
The time interval to the vehicle ahead can be set for the functions Adaptive Cruise Control*, Pilot Assist* and Distance Alert*. Different time intervals to the vehicle ahead can be selected and are shown ...

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