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Arrive at your destination quickly and safely
The Caddy panel van can be fitted with a range of innovative driver assistance systems. These analyse driving behaviour and are able to intervene to assist you, if necessary.
As standard on all Volkswagen vans
Setting a new standard in driving safety, Volkswagen are the first to include Front Assist with City Emergency Braking as standard across their van range. Using a radar sensor, Front Assist detects when the vehicle in front is too close. It will warn you and prepare the vehicle for braking. If nothing changes, it partially applies the brakes, giving you a better chance of avoiding or minimising a collision.
City Emergency Braking works in combination with Front Assist. When you’re travelling up to 18 mph it will automatically prepare the brakes if a collision is likely. If the driver doesn’t brake then the system will do it automatically.
Safety systems – protecting you
To make sure that every drive ends as stress-free as it begins, the Caddy panel van is equipped with various safety systems, which are activated in critical situations to protect you.
Automatic Post-Collison breaking
This state-of-the-art system helps to prevent follow on collisions. When the airbag sensor detects a collision, the brakes are automatically applied to avoid or lessen the impact of a secondary collision. The hazard and brake lights are illuminated, and the driver can take control at any time.
Adaptive Cruise Control
The optional Adaptive Cruise Control ACC automatically adapts your speed to that of the vehicle driving in front and maintains the distance set by the drive – remaining within the set speed.
Making parking easy
The clever parking system in the Caddy panel van warns you of obstacles when parking, simplifies manoeuvring and can even handle the steering for you.
Reversing Camera & Park Assist Steering Assistance
The optional reversing camera simplifies parking by showing you a limited view of the area behind the vehicle, with static guidelines, on the display of the radio or navigation system.