Find Your Volkswagen, Now With Even More Vehicle Safety Features
Everyone is conscious about vehicle safety; it’s important to you, your passengers, and those driving or walking around you.
At Volkswagen, we’ve been working on a series of driver assistance technologies to increase vehicle safety, which you can read more about below. We know you’ll love what we’ve done! Check out more about the available Volkswagen vehicle safety features, or head to Eich Volkswagen to see your new vehicle in person!
Vehicle Safety Features
Forward Collision Warning And Autonomous Emergency Braking [Front Assist]
This vehicle safety feature adds sensors to the front of your vehicle to help monitor traffic and alerts you to possible collisions. If a collision is about to happen, automatic brakes kick-in to help you brake.
Adaptive Cruise Control [ACC]
With the ACC vehicle safety feature, you maintain a preset distance from the driver in front of you. This means if the car in front of you accelerates or slows down, the sensors detect this and follow suit, saving you the frustration of following a driver who doesn’t have or use cruise control.
Parking Steering Assistant [Park Assist]
Park Assist will help you judge if a parallel parking spot is large enough for your vehicle. Then, when you choose to, it can help you steer the vehicle while you operate the accelerator, brake, and shifter.
Lane Departure Warning [Lane Assist]
This vehicle safety feature could very well be a lifesaver. Lane Assist monitors if you are drifting into another lane without using the turn signal, and will help steer to bring you safely back into the correct lane.
Blind Spot Monitor
Rear Traffic Alert
Rear sensors also come in handy when backing up, as they can alert you to vehicles crossing your path as you try to reverse out of a parking spot.
Park Distance Control [Park Pilot]
Park Pilot combines front and rear sensors with audible signals and a visual display to alert you to how much space you have left behind and in front of your vehicle when parking or exiting a parking spot.