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Driving Experience

The New Ford Edge incorporates a host of advanced technologies that exist solely to enhance your driving experience. State-of-the-art systems include Ford Co-Pilot360, which incorporates Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go and Lane Centering. These systems work together seamlessly, enabling you to enjoy every journey and concentrate on the more important things in life.

Your personal driving assistant

Ford Co-Pilot360 is a collection of advanced driver assist technologies that work together to make your driving experience more comfortable and more enjoyable than ever. For example, Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go automatically adjusts your cruise control speed based on the vehicle ahead. If traffic slows to a standstill, the engine will automatically stop and restart when the road clears. The system can even recognise speed signs and adjust your cruise control speed accordingly. Lane Centering technology can also provide steering assistance by following road markings to help keep you positioned in the middle of your lane.

Effortless control

Adaptive Steering enables responsive steering at all times and in all conditions. At lower speeds, such as manoeuvring in a car park, less steering input is required. Whilst at higher speeds, steering becomes more agile and precise. And the addition of a Sport Mode reduces the steering effort required on bends, making driving on sweeping and curving roads more rewarding.

Confidence in changeable conditions

The updated Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system can determine how much grip, cornering balance and responsiveness is required in wet, dry or icy conditions and on varying terrain. The technology only runs in front-wheel-drive when four-wheel-drive isn’t required, and then switches back depending on requirements. This delivers exceptional handling and greatly improved efficiency.

Ford Edge in the mountains with snow and people
Ford Edge driving in country with trees next to road

An advanced system to help you stay in your lane

The Lane Keeping System uses a forward-looking camera to detect if you’re unintentionally drifting out of lane. Lane Keeping Aid provides gentle steering torque assistance to help guide you back into your lane. If your wheel touches the line or edge of the road, Lane Keeping Alert vibrates the steering wheel and displays a visual warning. The technology automatically deactivates at speeds below 43 mph, or can be turned off manually.

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