Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop&Go and Traffic-jam assist
Operational between 0 and 155 mph*, the adaptive cruise control uses radar sensors to maintain the required distance between your Audi and vehicle in front by braking and accelerating. With the Stop&Go function, the system brakes the car to a stop. The driver can select from 5 warning thresholds and influence the system’s acceleration behaviour via Audi Drive Select. Traffic-jam assist detects vehicles ahead and on adjacent lanes to assist with the braking, acceleration and also steering up to 40mph, to keep the vehicle in lane. Adaptive Cruise Control requires additional sensors in the lower front air inlets, and results in a change to the design of the inlets and differs dependent on trim. Stop&Go and Traffic-jam assist are only available when ordered with S tronic or tiptronic transmissions

Predictive efficiency assistant
The system uses navigation data e.g. speed limits, traffic signs, road bends, junctions and roundabouts to give the driver efficiency advice in Audi Virtual Cockpit. In combination with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), the system uses the route data and speed limits to adjust the ACC desired speed and cornering accordingly. With S tronic and tiptronic transmissions, the system activates free-wheeling mode or engine braking, which can help reduce fuel consumption and enhance ride comfort

Audi Pre-sense Rear and Basic
Extends the collision warning and automatic braking function of Pre-sense City. Working within system limits, uses additional sensors to detect possible rear-end collisions. The front seat belts are tensioned electrically as a preventive measure. Similarly, the windows and – if fitted – the Panoramic glass sunroof are closed. The hazard warning lights are activated at a faster flashing frequency to warn traffic in the vicinity

Collision avoidance assistant
Supports the driver’s actions during an avoidance manoeuvre, reducing the likelihood of a collision or of swerving off the road. The system provides additional steering torque and uses vehicle sensors to calculate the optimum path of avoidance

Turn assist
When turning left at junctions, from the moment the driver indicates and sets off up to a maximum speed of 6 mph, the turn assist system detects approaching vehicles and applies braking to help avoid a collision

Active Lane Assist
Detects lane boundary markings and helps the driver to stay in lane with gentle steering intervention for greater safety and convenience, particularly on motorways. Works at speeds from approximately 40 to a maximum of 155 mph*

* Where the law permits.

Vehicle driver assistance and safety systems are not a substitute for attentive driving. Drivers retain full responsibility for providing the necessary inputs for safe control of the vehicle. System descriptions within this Configurator are provided for information purposes only. System limitations and operational requirements apply. See manual for details.