2011 Porsche Cayenne Safety
The Porsche Cayenne offers numerous features that address the safety of the vehicle. One of its most impressive features is the Lane Change Assistant. This unique feature alerts the driver when a vehicle is in the driver’s blind spot. This enables the driver to change lanes and minimize the number of accidents caused by this simple act. The Adaptive Cruise Control is also considered a safety feature. This allows the driver to avoid fatigue created by depressing the accelerator on long trips. By setting the vehicle to cruise at a particular speed, drivers relax the leg and avoid accidents caused by fatigue. This is a necessary safety precaution as well.
The bi-xenon adaptive cornering lights improve visibility in the dark, in the rain and other inclement weather conditions. The lights rotate to adjust and focus on the darkest areas of the road to improve visibility. These lights are a part of the entire dynamic lighting system package offered by Porsche for safety. This is just one of the high-tech safety systems that Porsche Cayenne offers its consumers.
In addition, the vehicle offers a full set of airbags: Two front airbags, side airbags, head airbags and others upon request. When the vehicle is off-road or in other precarious situations, the traction management system will control the vehicle’s downhill descent speed. With a tap of the brake pedal, the speed will adjust and slow the vehicle. This will keep the vehicle from careening out of control.