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ALWAYS ON ALERT.

Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection warns you of potential collisions with a pedestrian or another vehicle1 . If no action is taken, the car brakes automatically.

 

1Works automatically above 5 km/h and below 85 km/h. From 0 to 30 km/h the deceleration metric to reduce the impact speed of the collision is 0.9 g. From 30 to 85 km/h the system reduces the speed by a maximum of 22 km/h. After this threshold, the driver needs to brake him/herself to reduce the speed even further. Operational speed range of AEBPD depends on the detected obstacle (mobile target: from 5 to 85 km/h; fixed target: from 5 to 80 km/h; pedestrian: from 5 to 60 km/h). Opel driver assistance systems are intended to support the driver within the system-immanent limitations. The driver remains responsible for the driving task.

 

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STAY ON TRACK.

Lane Keep Assist alerts the driver with a lane departure warning and gently course-corrects if your Combo Life begins drifting lanes unexpectedly, keeping you on track.
 Please note, Ireland specification may differ from that illustrated

SERIOUSLY SMART SPEED.

The Speed Sign Recognition  reads road signs to recognise changes in the speed limit and suggest the driver adjusts their speed accordingly.
 Please note, Ireland specification may differ from that illustrated

FIRST CLASS SAFETY.

Six airbags including driver, passenger, side and curtain offer high levels of safety for you and your passengers at all times.
 Please note, Ireland specification may differ from that illustrated

STAY AWAKE AT THE WHEEL.

Driver Drowsiness Alert1 analyses the driving pattern to check for signs that the driver is succumbing to tiredness. A series of warnings advise the driver to take action.

 

1After 2 hours of driving at speeds above 65 km/h, a warning sound alerts the driver. Simultaneously, the system calculates a distraction level based on driving patterns, such as the driver's ability to stay in-lane. In the event that dangerous driving behaviour is detected, a series of increasingly loud audio alerts are designed to notify the driver and prompt action. The distraction level is decreased after ten minutes of safe driving. Calculation stops when the vehicle speed drops below 65 km/h.

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