2019 INFINITI Q50 - Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC) (if so equipped)

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If your vehicle is equipped with the Intelligent Cruise Control, or ICC, system, it works like a standard cruise control only with the added feature of maintaining a selected distance from the vehicle in front of you.

The ICC system offers two cruise control modes:
● Vehicle-to-vehicle distance control mode maintains a selected distance between you and the vehicle in front of you.
◦ The distance to the vehicle ahead can be selected at any time
depending on the traffic conditions.
◦ Each time the DISTANCE switch is pushed, the set distance will change to LONG, MIDDLE, SHORT and back to LONG again in that sequence.
◦ The distance to the vehicle ahead will change according to the vehicle speed. The higher the vehicle speed, the longer the distance.
◦ If the vehicle in front is traveling slower than your set speed, the ICC will automatically match that vehicle’s speed. Once the road ahead clears, the ICC will resume your set speed automatically.
◦ Each time the engine is started, the initial setting becomes LONG.
● When the road ahead is clear, the driver can set the speed range between
20 to 90 miles per hour.
● Or, you may choose the Conventional, or fixed-speed, cruise control mode for cruising at a preset speed.

To switch between the two cruise control modes you must first turn the system off, and then turn it on again in order to select the other cruise control mode.
To set the ICC system, push and quickly release the cruise ON/OFF switch, and you’ll be in the vehicle to vehicle distance control mode. For the conventional or fixed-speed cruise control mode, push and hold the cruise ON/OFF switch for longer than approximately 1.5 seconds.

You can confirm the setting of the Intelligent Cruise Control system in the vehicle information display.

Please see your Owner’s Manual for important safety information, system limitations, and additional operating and feature information."