About Maserati Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

You know Maserati vehicles for their reputation as luxurious, high-performance vehicles. But have you stopped to consider just how safe they are as well? New Maserati models such as the Levante, Quattorporte, and Ghibli offer an array of available active safety features and advanced driver-assistance features. They include:

 

  • Rear Cross Path: This technology works with blind-spot alert to let you back out of crowded parking situations in which your vision is blocked. The system recognizes oncoming people and/or vehicles moving towards you at up to 10 MPH.
  • Blind Spot Alert: This technology detects cars approaching your Maserati from the rear, front, or side and alerts you of the oncoming obstacle.
  • Forward Collision Warning: This technology reduces your risk of rear-end collisions by alerting you with audio/visual warnings, a brake jerk, or break support. Your Maserati will even brake for you under extreme circumstances when an accident is imminent.
  • Adaptive Cruise Control: This technology lets you use cruise control in moderate traffic by setting your distance setting and speed setting and maintaining a safe distance to the vehicle ahead of you.
  • Lane Departure Warning: This technology helps make highway driving safer by helping you avoid accidentally drifting out of your lane into oncoming or passing traffic.
  • Hill Descent Control: Available on the Maserati Levante, this technology allows a controlled descent on snowy or rough terrain by using the GPS system to adjust your speed.
  • Rearview Camera: A rearview camera helps you see where you're backing up clearly. A 360-degree surround-view system can be activated too to remove blind spots by offering several selectable views.

 

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Contact us here at Rusnak Maserati of Pasadena if you have any questions about the comprehensive array of advanced active safety features available throughout the new Maserati vehicle lineup!

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