SAFETY NEW PEUGEOT 3008

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NEW PEUGEOT 3008 SUV

LANE KEEPING TECHNOLOGY

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Linked to the Safety Plus Pack, the all-new Peugeot 3008 SUV is always one step ahead. Featuring two lane keeping technologies, the vehicle is able to identify lines on the road via a windscreen mounted camera. The technologies are as follows:

  • Lane Departure Warning: (standard on Active models) a system that monitors continuous and discontinuous lines and warns the driver if a longitudinal lane marking on the ground is accidentally crossed. If steering deviation is detected, you are alerted by a flashing indicator on the digital instrument panel and an audible signal in the cabin.
  • Active Lane Keeping Assistance : (standard from Allure onwards) As soon as the system identifies a risk of accidentally crossing one of the marking lines detected on the ground, the steering is gradually corrected to keep the vehicle in lane, at speeds of over 40mph.

DRIVER ATTENTION ALERT

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Linked to the Safety Plus Pack, to help you stay sharp and alert behind the wheel, the all-new Peugeot 3008 SUV features a two stage driver alert system for added safety on the road, comprising:

  • Driver Attention Alert 1 (DAA1): (standard on Active models) it is important to take frequent breaks when travelling over long distances. A timed alert system operates at speeds in excess of 40mph, after two hours of driving a message is displayed recommending that you take a break.
  • Driver Attention Alert 3 (DAA3): (standard from Allure onwards) controlled by a camera at the top of the windscreen designed to analyse the vehicles trajectory, this active system evaluates the vigilance of the driver at speeds of over 40mph.

By identifying deviations relative to the road markings the all-new Peugeot 3008 SUV is able to determine whether the vehicle's behaviour reflects a certain degree of driver drowsiness or inattention. If it is felt that the driver needs to take better care on the road a visual and audible alert will occur. If more than three instances occur, the driver will be advised to take a break.

SPEED LIMIT RECOGNITION

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Using the windscreen mounted camera, the all-new Peugeot 3008 SUV features speed limit sign recognition, leaving you in no doubt over the speed limit. Upon detecting a speed limit sign this information is read by the camera and displayed in colour on the 12.3" head-up digital instrument panel.

In addition to being made aware of the speed the driver also has the option to adapt their speed to the speed limit on the particular road via the vehicles cruise control stalk. The vehicle will then adjust its speed accordingly.

Standard on all versions

PEUGEOT SMARTBEAM ASSISTANCE

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Linked to the Safety Plus Pack, Peugeot Smartbeam Assistance gives you one less thing to think about when driving at night. Controlled via a windscreen mounted camera, the system continuously analyses driving conditions, for instance the proximity of other vehicles.

Peugeot Smartbeam Assistance automatically switches headlamps to full beam when conditions allow, allowing you to tap into the full potential of the full LED headlamps* that offer uniform lighting to reduce eye fatigue, increasing driver comfort.

*Standard on GT Line and GT models

BLIND SPOT MONITORING

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Linked to the Safety Plus Pack, now you can enjoy the feeling of having eyes in the back of your head.

Using lateral ultrasound sensors to cover areas out of your field of vision along with the windscreen mounted camera, an LED illuminates in either side door mirror to alert to the presence of a car, lorry, motorbike or bicycle in your blind spot.

The system works when overtaking a slower vehicle or when overtaken by a faster vehicle. This intelligent feature operates from speeds as low as 8mph right up to the National Speed Limit.

Standard from Allure onwards