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4MOTION® at Work
If your vehicle is equipped with available 4MOTION® all-wheel drive, have you ever wondered what’s going on between the all-wheel drive system and your vehicle? Turns out, a lot. The behind-the-scenes engineering and design helps 4MOTION deliver power and control when you’re behind the wheel, helping your Volkswagen drive more smoothly. But the best thing? You probably won’t even notice it. Here’s what’s behind the magic.read more
Technology to Help Keep You in Your Lane
Available Lane Departure Warning (Lane Assist) helps monitor where you are in your lane and can gently steer you back if you start to drift outside your lane without using a turn signal . Available Lane Assist uses a camera to look ahead and monitor your location within your lane. If your car starts to drift out of the lane and your blinker is not on, Lane Assist can gently help steer you back. The Touareg will even give the steering wheel a little buzz first to alert you, and only steer if yread more
It’s Got Your Back and Front
You can’t see what you can’t see. But available Park Distance Control (Park Pilot) can help. Park Pilot uses ultrasonic sensors in the rear bumper – and in the front on select models – to warn you about objects and vehicles you’re close to but may not see. Designed to help you while parking, Park Pilot helps alert you if something is close, using both visual and audible alerts. On your touchscreen display, Park Pilot signals where the objects are around you. Depending on vehicle equipment, yoread more
Rush hour. Simplified.
Cruise control for the modern age. The Volkswagen Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), available on select models, is a responsive system that can adapt to traffic. It helps you maintain a set cruising speed, exactly like you would expect, but when the vehicle in front of you slows down, ACC can slow down your Volkswagen to match its speed. ACC can automatically speed back up when there is no longer a vehicle in front of you. Stop-and-go traffic may have met its match in the advanced Driver Assistaread more
Combining radar with speed and distance calculations, available Forward Collision Warning (Front Assist) can help prevent collisions by alerting you if it detects a potential collision with a vehicle ahead. And if you don’t react, Front Assist can give the brakes a jolt, letting you know that you need to take action. The Front Assist system can even take action if the alerts don’t work. Autonomous Emergency Braking (Front Assist) is able to apply the brakes and can help bring you to a completread more