Stay Safe with Jaguar Driver Assistance Features

February 17th, 2017 by

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Driving through Baltimore can be exciting, but every time you get behind the wheel, it’s always important you put safety first. When you drive a Jaguar model, you can rest assured your safety is always top of mind. That’s because every Jaguar model comes with standard and available driver assistance features that help you safely and conveniently master the road.

Intelligent High Beam

Having a nice view of the Arnold roads can keep you safe while driving at night, and the Intelligent High Beam feature does just that. This feature recognizes when a vehicle is approaching, so it will automatically switch the full LED headlights from high beam to low beam. This way, you always have the right view without having to do anything.

Parking Aids

Parking can be a nightmare, but the Jaguar parking aids take some of the stress out of the situation. For instance, the 360-degree camera provides you with a full overview of your vehicle. This way, you have a better view of what’s around you, so you can make smarter decisions. In addition, the standard rearview camera provides a detailed view of what’s behind you and will alert you when traffic or objects are approaching from the side. This way, you know when it’s safe to back out of the parking spot and when it’s not.

Cruise Control

Cruise control is a blessing to have on the roads, and the Adaptive Cruise Control takes it a step further. This feature automatically keeps a safe distance between you and the vehicle in front of you, so you don’t have to worry about frontal collisions. In addition, the Queue feature can allow the vehicle to come to a complete stop when necessary. Basically, with this feature, you don’t have to worry about a thing.

Traffic Sign Recognition

When you’re driving in an unfamiliar area, it may be hard to pay attention to posted speed limit signs. With the Jaguar models, you don’t have to. That’s because they comes with traffic sign recognition that lets you know what the posted speed limit is directly through the head-up display, so you’ll always be in the know.

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