Volvo XC60: Setting a speed - Operation - Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) - Comfort and driving pleasure - Volvo XC60 Owner's ManualVolvo XC60: Setting a speed

Once ACC has been put in standby mode, use the buttons to store (set) the vehicle's or buttons to store (set) the vehicle's buttons to store (set) the vehicle's current speed. This puts the system in active mode. The set speed, for example 55 mph, is shown in the display.

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When the left side of the display symbol on the left side of the display changes to has detected another, the radar sensor has detected another vehicle ahead. The distance to a vehicle ahead is only regulated when this symbol (illuminated.) is illuminated.

    Putting ACC in standby mode
    Before ACC can be used to regulate speed and/or the distance to a vehicle ahead, it must first be put in standby mode. To do so: Press . The symbol appears in the display and parentheses ( ...

    Changing the set speed
    After a speed has been set, it can be increased or decreased by using the or buttons. Each time one of these buttons is pressed, the vehicle's speed changes by 5 mph (approximately 8 km/h). ...

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