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The auto lights and wipers include a high-beam assist function and the LED adaptive forward lighting pack responds to the road and weather conditions, as well as peering around corners.
There are also nine-inch diamondcut alloy wheels, a premium LED adaptive forward lighting pack with projector headlights, a powered tailgate, dark-tinted rear windows, chrome-effect side window trim, a driver drowsiness system, forward collision alert, automatic emergency braking, lane assist plus keyless entry and start.
Although the higher-end Grandland X models are already generously equipped with the likes of adaptive cruise control, wireless mobile phone charging and a Denon premium sound system, the Ultimate versions introduce a heated steering wheel, 360-degree Panoramic Camera, heated rear outer seats, leather upholstery, heated sports seats and the premium LED adaptive forward lighting pack with projector headlights.
The Ultimate model's interior features heated rear seats, heated steering wheel, wireless mobile phone charging, a Denon premium sound system, a 360-degree panoramic camera, premium LED adaptive forward lighting and adaptive cruise control with pedestrian detection to help assist drivers.
Other features include adaptive forward lighting with full-LED headlamps, head-up display, 180-degree panoramic rear view camera, forward collision alert with pedestrian detection and autonomous emergency braking.
Most premium and mid-range models already feature adaptive forward lighting, cornering lights and automatic headlamp leveling.
Two trim packages, SE and Elite, are available with loads of toys including adaptive forward lighting, a forward camera system which recognises traffic signs, lane-departure warning, forward collision alert and side blind-spot alert.
With features such as Adaptive Forward Lighting (AFL) which enhances visibility through curves and sharp bends, it makes night driving significantly safer.
This includes the AFL+ Adaptive Forward Lighting system with up to 11 automatic functions, the second generation Opel Eye front camera with its new, extended functionalities (enhanced Traffic Sign Recognition and Lane Departure Warning, new Following Distance Indication and Forward Collision Alert), a rear-view camera and an Advanced Park Assist that eases parking maneuvers, an ultra-sonic based Side Blind Spot Alert, ergonomic front seats, a heated steering wheel, and Hill Start Assist.
There is a lane departure warning system, adaptive forward lighting and a forward collision alert that warns you if you are getting too close to the vehicle in front and then starts to brake for you if the warning is ignored.
So, for example, GM is going to be offering a suite of active safety and driver assistance technologies in the 2013 Cadillac XTS and ATS models, which is fairly comprehensive, as in: rear automatic braking; full-speed range adaptive cruise control; intelligent brake assist; forward collision alert; automatic collision preparation; lane departure warning; side blind zone alert; rear cross traffic alert; adaptive forward lighting; rear vision camera with dynamic guidelines; head-up display.
Technologies will include Advanced Adaptive Forward Lighting which is based on the third-generation bi-xenon lighting system that includes High Beam Assist.
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