Changing the set speed

Changing the set speed  - Operation - Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)* - Comfort and driving pleasure - Volvo S60 Owners Manual - Volvo S60

After a speed has been set, it can be increased or decreased by using the buttons. Each time one of these buttons or is pressed, the vehicle's speed changes by 5 mph (approximately 8 km/h). buttons. Each time one of these buttons is pressed, the vehicle's speed changes by 5 mph (approximately 8 km/h).

When the system is in active mode, the , but results in a smaller increase button has the same function as in speed., but results in a smaller increase in speed.

NOTE NOTE

  • If one of the Adaptive Cruise Control buttons is pressed for more than approximately one minute, ACC will be deactivated. The engine must then be switched off and restarted to reset ACC.
  • In some situations Adaptive Cruise Control cannot be put in active mode. Cruise control Unavailable is shown in the display, see page 163.
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