Cruise control, the automatic speed control function, is integrated as standard in all 911
Furthermore, the system increases the braking readiness when it recognises that the distance to the preceding vehicle is shortened. It will also warn you of a detected risk of collision with acoustic and visual signals.
In addition, the system briefly jerks the brakes and, if necessary, initiates targeted braking, with any braking pressure applied by the driver being increased within certain system limits.
The optional Lane Change Assist system uses radar sensors to monitor the area to the rear of the vehicle and the blind spots on either side. Above a speed of 15 km/h, the system issues a visual signal in the mirror to inform you that vehicles are approaching from behind or entering one of the blind spots. Lane Change Assist improves comfort and safety, particularly on motorways. However, the system does not actively intervene to control the vehicle and can be deactivated at any time.
ParkAssist at the front and rear and the reversing camera are fitted as standard to all 911
The camera-based speed limit indicator informs you of speed restrictions and the start and end of no-overtaking zones on the screen in the instrument cluster and on the PCM screen.