Using the speed limiter

The system is operated by adjustment controls mounted on the steering wheel.

Press button A to switch the system on and off. The information display will prompt for a speed to be set.

Note: The set speed limit can be intentionally exceeded for a short period if required, for example when overtaking.

Setting the speed limit


Setting the speed limit

Use the cruise control switches to alter the maximum speed setting.

Press the SET+ switch or the SETswitch


Press the SET+ switch or the SETswitch to select your desired speed limit.

The speed is indicated in the information display and stored as the set speed.

Press button B to cancel the limiter and place it in standby mode. The information display will confirm deactivation by showing the set speed crossed out.

Press the RES button to resume the


Press the RES button to resume the limiter. The information display will confirm the system is active by showing the set speed again.

Intentionally exceeding the speed limit

Depress the accelerator hard close to the full pedal travel and the limit will temporarily deactivate. The system will reactivate once the vehicle speed drops below the set speed.

System warnings

If the set limit is accidentally exceeded the information display will show the set speed flashing together with an audible warning chime.

If the set limit is intentionally exceeded the information display will show the set speed crossed out.

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