From detecting vehicles in your blind spot, to bright powerful LED lights, to helping you with parallel parking, advanced and innovative features offer smart ways to help you drive confidently on the road ahead.10

Co-Pilot360™ is an advanced suite of standard Driver Assist Technologies aimed at helping you drive more safely and confidently as you face increasingly distracting and congested roads. Features include:

  • Auto High Beam Headlamps10
  • BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) With Cross Traffic Alert10
  • Lane Keeping Assist10,138
  • Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking118
  • Rear view camera10

Co-Pilot360 Assist Plus™ includes all of the above features plus:

  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go10
  • Evasive Steering Assist10,138
  • Lane Centering10
  • Voice-activated Navigation System

Driver-Assist Technologies

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BLIS with Cross Traffic Alert

It’s like having an extra set of eyes in the back of your head.10 It alerts you to vehicles in your blind spot while driving as well as vehicles behind you when backing up.
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Lane Keeping Assist

With Lane Keeping Assist you’ll stay in your lane, even during moments of unintentional distraction. If you vehicle starts to drift out of the lane, you’ll be alerted with vibrations in the steering wheel, chimes and visual warnings.10 138
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Adaptive Cruise Control

Sitting in stop-and-go traffic can feel tedious. Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go keeps the pace by slowing your vehicle down if traffic slows or stops, then resuming your set speed when traffic starts moving.10 Lane Centering also helps keep you centered in the lane when your hands are on the wheel.10
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Evasive Steering Assist

In the event that a vehicle suddenly appears in your path, Evasive Steering Assist can help you steer clear of the potential collision.10 138 It doesn’t steer for you but it does provide extra help support to help you manoeuvre around a slow or stopped vehicle.
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Enhanced Active Park

Be a parallel parking expert. For anyone who’s ever wished they had a spotter to parallel park, there’s Enhanced Active Park Assist, There’ll be no more stressing because all you have to do is shift, accelerate and brake, while it steers you into, and out of, your selected spot. 9
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Hill Descent Control

Steep hills can be tricky to navigate – especially if you’re towing a trailer. Hill Descent Control makes things easier by helping to maintain a set speed while driving down an incline, by automatically applying the brakes when needed. 10
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Curve Control

Entering into a curve too fast can be nerve –racking, but it doesn’t have to be. With Curve Control, your speed is detected as you enter a curve, and if the system deems the speed excessive, the brakes automatically kick in to help slow you down.10 Phew!

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Disclaimers:

9 Some driver input required. Driver- assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgement and need to control the vehicle.
10 Driver- assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgement and need to control the vehicle.
138 Feature does not control steering
118 Driver- assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle. While Pre- Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking may be especially helpful in unexpected situations, and can assist to detect walking pedestrians, it does not replace the driver and has limitations, including nighttime, low and harsh lighting conditions, vehicles moving in a different direction and certain weather conditions. Pedestrian Detection is active at speeds between approximately 5km/h and 80km/h. Automatic Emergency Braking is active at speeds between approximately 5km/h and 120 km/h.