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THE BMW X3. OWNER'S MANUAL.

Braking intervention

The warning prompts the driver himself/herself to react. During a warning, the maximum brak‐ ing force is used. Premise for the brake boos‐ ter is sufficiently quick and hard stepping on the brake pedal. The system can assist with automatic braking intervention if there is risk of a collision. The intervention can bring the vehi‐ cle to a complete stop.

The braking intervention is executed only if DSC Dynamic Stability Control is switched on and Dynamic Traction Control DTC is acti‐ vated.

Above approx. 130 mph/210 km/h the braking intervention occurs as a brief braking pressure. No automatic delay occurs.

The braking intervention can be interrupted by stepping on the accelerator pedal or by ac‐ tively moving the steering wheel.

Object detection can be restricted. Limitations of the detection range and functional restric‐ tions are to be considered. Download BMW X3 Clipart.

System limits

Detection range

The system's detection potential is limited. Thus a warning might not be issued or be is‐ sued late.

E. g. the following situations may not be de‐ tected:

▷ Slow moving vehicles when you approach them at high speed.

▷ Vehicles that suddenly swerve in front of you, or sharply decelerating vehicles.

▷ Vehicles with an unusual rear appearance.

▷ Two-wheeled vehicles ahead of you.

Functional limitations

The system may not be fully functional in the following situations:

▷ In heavy fog, rain, sprayed water or snow‐ fall.

▷ In tight curves.

▷ If the driving stability control systems are limited or deactivated, e.g., DSC OFF.

▷ If, depending on the vehicle equipment version, the field of view of the camera

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