Safety or driver-assistance features are no substitute for the driver’s responsibility to operate the vehicle in a safe manner. The driver should remain attentive to traffic, surroundings and road conditions at all times. Visibility, weather and road conditions may affect feature performance. Read the vehicle’s Owner’s Manual for more important feature limitations and information.
Uses multiple cameras to display a digital overhead image of the area around your vehicle. Works at low speeds and may help you park and avoid nearby objects. You can select additional views on your camera display.
Uses a camera to provide a wide and less obstructed view behind the vehicle while you’re driving. You can switch between the camera view and a traditional rearview mirror. You may use the camera wash to keep the image clear without getting out of your vehicle.
Can alert you of detected left or right cross traffic behind your vehicle when you’re in Reverse.
Can provide side-mirror visual alerts when a detected moving vehicle is quickly approaching or is in your side blind zone.
Can help alert you to detected pedestrians directly behind your vehicle so you can quickly take action. The system works when you’re in Reverse during the daytime. It has limited nighttime and low visibility performance.
Front Park Assist can provide distance alerts to nearby detected objects in front of your vehicle to help you park and avoid collisions when you’re in Drive at low speeds. (Feature will not function on certain models without dealer retrofit. See dealer for details.)
Uses a brief, gentle steering wheel turn to alert you when you may be unintentionally drifting out of detected lane lines, so you can steer to stay safely in your lane. If needed, you may receive additional Lane Departure Warning alerts. System alerts do not occur if you’re using your turn signal or it detects you may be intentionally leaving your lane.
Displays the gap time in seconds between your vehicle and a detected vehicle you’re following. This can help you decide if you’re following too closely.