What does Lamborghini ADAS mean?
Have you been looking through the Lamborghini Urus features and options again? We know it’s an exciting time, and you likely have questions. Did you see the ADAS option? What does Lamborghini ADAS mean? We have your answers and more. If you thought the Urus performance was impressive, wait until you learn about its technology!
What does ADAS stand for?
Lamborghini is always pushing the limits of technology, and ADAS is just one further example of that. ADAS stands for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, and in the Urus, it includes a whole lot of exciting features and technology.
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What is included in the Urus ADAS option?
Lamborghini ADAS actually includes a lot of technology for the Urus, most of which comes standard. Outside of the standard features, there are a few things that are optional ADAS features on the Urus if you want to push technology to the next level.
As an option, you can equip your Urus with a top-view camera that will provide you with a 360-degree view of your surroundings. A trailer coupling mode is also available to make linking the Urus up to a trailer a breeze. What’s more, you can add a heads-up display, night vision, Highway Assistant, and Urban Road Assistant.
With all of this combined, the Lamborghini Urus provides Level 2 Autonomy on the SAE scale. This means that the Urus can take care of both steering and acceleration/deceleration. Though it still requires the human driver to perform dynamic driving tasks and to be alert at all times.
What other driver assistance features come standard in the Urus?
The Urus has loads of other technology that comes standard. For example, the Urus comes with high a High Beam Assistant which will control high beams and low beams automatically during night time driving. The Urus also has a front and rear parking sensors standard.
To show off how smart the Urus is, it even comes with a PreCognition system. This system uses an array of sensors and data to predict when an accident is about to occur. Then it can utilize the brakes to mitigate and even prevent accidents.