Volkswagen Arteon comes with “Emergency assistant”
Arteon, the replacement of Volkswagen’s unexpected CC model, will soon be on the road. One of the most important parts of the vehicle, which started pre-orders in March, is a new generation of technological support units.
One of the abilities of this technology is to control the car, which has electronic support units as the traces of autonomous driving technology, where almost all manufacturers, including Volkswagen, are in the process of developing. Provided in Arteon with the name of Emergency assistant 2.0, this feature is a life-saving feature for users who experience any discomfort at the wheel.
In-car sensors, which make use of Volkswagen’s existing combination of adaptive cruise control, side-zone assistant, parking assistant and lane-tracking assistant, also play an important role. If the driver does not react to the brake, gas or steering for a while, the first step is to give an audible warning in the car. If, after this warning, the driver still fails to respond, Arteon opens a “danger lights” and directs itself to a safe, close lane. The system uses the lane assistant to recognize the lines on the road and the park assistant to steer the car. During the steering intervention, the adaptive cruise control gradually reduces the speed of the vehicle, while the side assistant and radar allow Arteon to analyze its surroundings so that it does not hit other vehicles. These technologies, which are offered in a similar structure by premium producers, especially BMW in the past, stand as one of the greatest examples of the positive effects of autonomous driving technology on human life.