Discover the many PEUGEOT safety technologies:
LANE DEPARTURE WARNING SYSTEM
Lane Departure Warning uses a camera to detect if you unintentionally cross lengthwise lane markings, with its camera recognising continuous or discontinuous lines. To ensure safe driving, the camera analyses the image and, if your attention wanes and the speed exceeds 80 km/h, it triggers a visual and audible warning if your direction deviates.
Between 65 and 180 km/h, the system also performs a lane correction: as soon as it identifies a risk of you unintentionally crossing a lane marking, the direction of travel gradually reverses to keep you in your original lane. If you wish to maintain your trajectory, you can prevent this by holding the steering wheel firmly in place (during an evasive manoeuvre, for example). The correction will stop as soon as the direction indicator lights are activated.
BLIND SPOT DETECTION
Blind Spot Monitoring informs you of a vehicle in the next lane to the right or left in your blind spot area. This equipment is available with front and rear parking assistance or Visiopark 1.
Between 12 and 140 km/h, this system warns you of another vehicle in your blind spot area presenting a potential danger. A light comes on in the rear-view mirror on the relevant side, as soon as a vehicle is detected.
This system works in conjunction with the Active Lane Departure Warning: in addition to the fixed indicator light in the rear-view mirror on the relevant side, a lane correction will be felt if a line is crossed with the direction indicator light activated, to help you avoid a collision.
DRIVING TIME WARNING
Driving Time Alert is an alert triggered when you have not taken a break after two hours of driving above 65 km/h (65 mph). This alert displays a message prompting you to take a break, accompanied by an audible signal.
DRIVER ATTENTION ALERT
The Driver Attention Alert System adds to this warning. A camera at the top of the windscreen analyses your trajectory. It evaluates your state of alertness by identifying deviations from road markings. It then triggers several levels of audible and visual alerts (‘Be alert!’ or ‘Take a break!’).