If your vehicle has Porsche InnoDrive, you may be wondering how it works and what it even does. Porsche InnoDrive works with the Porsche Adaptive Cruise Control system in your vehicle to give you a safer, more comfortable driving experience no matter where the Los Angeles roads may lead. Learn more about Porsche InnoDrive with our team at Rusnak/Pasadena Porsche today and be sure to check out our other manufacturer info.
Porsche InnoDrive determines topographical road features and speed limits along your route using high-resolution navigation data and information collected through your vehicle’s radar and video sensors. Once these route features are predicted, InnoDrive modifies your speed and gearshift strategy.
The Porsche InnoDrive system can use this information to predict up to 1.8 miles ahead as well as:
Another convenient aspect of the Porsche InnoDrive system with Porsche Adaptive Cruise Control is the Traffic Jam Assist feature. At speeds up to 37 mph, this feature activates, tracking other vehicles and road signs to help you along your Arcadia commute. Feature highlights include:
Though Porsche InnoDrive can make any Glendale trip easier, it can be subject to system limitations and you’ll need to be ready to intervene if needed. If you prefer to retain control at any point, the Porsche InnoDrive system can be overridden by activating the brake or pressing on the accelerator pedal.
No matter whether you’re interested in learning more about the efficiency of the Porsche InnoDrive system or you want to learn about Porsche Adaptive Cruise Control, our team can help. Contact us at Rusnak/Pasadena Porsche and we can get you the answers you need. In the meantime, explore our inventory of new models to find your favorite Porsche with this feature.
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