BMW Connected Drive - Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go

Our lives have changed at an extremely fast pace due to the advent and rise in technology. From the speed of our internet to the way we shop online, the consumer experience has witnessed a revolution. Consumers are looking to make their lives easier, safer and far more exciting. So why not bring these wants to your automotive experience as well. Well, automotive consumers from St. Albert, Sherwood Park, Beaumont, Leduc, Spruce Grove, Devon, Stony Plain, Fort Saskatchewan and surrounding areas of Alberta will be pleased to know that automotive manufactures have been investing billions of dollars into developing and perfecting unique automotive technologies.

One of the brands which has taken the lead in this regard is none other than BMW. BMW has always strived to create the ultimate driving experience in both performance and technology. So it's no surprise that for the current generation of vehicles, technology is at the top of their to-do list. At Edmonton BMW, we are proud to offer the most technologically advanced vehicle line up ever. With a suite of driver assistance technologies that are sure to keep your family and loved ones safe. One such technology is Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go. You can find it on many of the vehicles in our new inventory. Continue reading to learn more about this great feature.

Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go

This system has been specifically designed to keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front of you, so you can enjoy your journey and relax. Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go includes a radar-based approach component that features Brake Activation that is effective at all times. The radar sensors are constantly scanning the road and highway ahead and adapting your speed, and maintaining that safe distance. A unique algorithm helps keep you safe while braking and accelerating when it thinks it's the right time. Even when Cruise Control is not activated, BMWs Approach Control Warning will notify you if you are coming up on a vehicle too quickly. If the vehicle thinks it needs to brake, it will first let you know by a visual warning. If you don't respond, an audible warning is used, and if you don't respond, then the vehicle will apply the brakes to keep you safe

Please contact us if you have any more questions about this great feature or any other technology.

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