Adaptive cruise control Stop-and-Go and improved management tools, database applications are some of the features offered in the new crossover.
The German automaker will expand the list of methods of interaction and control for cars the 2020 model year. While the current Volkswagen models are available with adaptive cruise control, and soon a new Atlas Cross Sport will get a system of assistance in holding lanes, as well as what Volkswagen calls Traffic Jam Assist (TJA), which may, if necessary to stop the car following behind another vehicle. After that, the crossover can start moving if the vehicle ahead leaves less than three seconds. If the car is stopped for more than 3 seconds, the driver must press the button or the gas pedal to resume the cruise control.
Also new is a Dynamic Road Sign Display that uses a camera to read speed limits, school zones and other signs and displays them on the dashboard.
Volkswagen will also update their app for remote control vehicles Car-Net, used for Atlas Cross Sport for most models of the brand. App Car-Net allows owners to lock and open doors to beep, light the lights, to view the location of your car and start the engine. The app also alerts you on maintenance, status reports and information about Parking and can send alerts if the vehicle is out of range or exceeds a set speed, so the owners can sit at home and watch what their children are doing behind the wheel. Remote services Car-Net is free for the first five years of ownership.
In addition to remote access, all the cars are Volkswagens 2020 model year will receive a remote emergency help and wireless access point to the Internet. Package Safe & Secure provides automatic notification of failures, warnings about theft, stolen vehicle location, information assistance and support in emergency situations, and costs $ 99 per year. The wireless access point is free for the first month through Verizon. However, Volkswagen allows customers to choose their wireless carrier; now only Verizon and T-Mobile work with this system, but it is expected that in the future the list will expand.
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