Pilot Assist can provide gentle steering support to help keep the car centred in its lane and at a set speed. And if there's a vehicle in front of you, it can adapt your speed to help keep a set distance. Active from standstill up to 130 km/h, Pilot Assist steering support can facilitate driving in stop and go traffic as well as driving on the motorway. And by using map data from the car's navigation system, your car can identify hills and curves ahead and adapt speed to help optimise your comfort. If you don't keep a hand on the steering wheel, Pilot Assist is automatically switched off. When the system deactivates, you are notified by a discreet vibration in the steering wheel. Pilot Assist is part of Driver assistance. Please note: The driver is always responsible for how the car is controlled as well as for maintaining the correct distance and speed, even when Pilot Assist is being used. Advanced driver assist systems, such as Pilot Assist, are restricted in how much acceleration, braking and steering force they can apply.