Op. No.: 36513-2
Via an update of the vehicle's software, up to four of Volvo's later support systems can be enabled in your Volvo.
"Run-off road Mitigation", "BLIS™ with Steer Assist and Cross Traffic Alert", "Oncoming Lane Mitigation" and "Oncoming Mitigation by Braking" are technical functions that have been developed and introduced on later model years. However, depending on when your Volvo was manufactured, it may not have all of them.
The "Run-off road Mitigation", "BLIS™ with Steer Assist and Cross Traffic Alert" and "Oncoming Lane Mitigation" functions were introduced from model year 2018 and "Oncoming Mitigation by Braking" from model year 2019. By upgrading your vehicle of previous model years with "IntelliSafe Support Upgrade" you get the same system as vehicles that left the factory during 2018 and 2019.
If your vehicle is of model year -18 it already has "Run-off road Mitigation", "BLIS™ with Steer Assist and Cross Traffic Alert" (provided it is has option code 603: "IntelliSafe Surround, BLIS") and "Oncoming Lane Mitigation", but does not have "Oncoming Mitigation by Braking" . "Oncoming Mitigation by Braking" is therefore the only update that is needed for a vehicle of model year -18.
The driver is always responsible for the operation of the vehicle. The functions are for assistance only.
Run-off road Mitigation
"Run-off road Mitigation" provides assistance to help prevent the driver from accidentally driving off the road. If the vehicle crosses the outer lane marking or the edge of the lane, the system helps you steer the vehicle back on the road. If necessary, this innovative support system also applies the brakes to prevent the vehicle from driving off the road. "Run-off road Mitigation" works at speeds between 65 km/h (40 mph) and 140 km/h (87 mph).
BLIS™ with Steer Assist and Cross Traffic Alert
BLIS™ helps you when you need to change lanes in busy traffic by warning you of vehicles in the left and right blind spots and provides power steering as needed. Cross Traffic Alert assists when backing up by helping to detect crossing vehicles.
When a vehicle enters the blind spot or approaches quickly in a lane on any side of the vehicle, BLIS™ can give a warning via a light in the left or right door mirror. If you do not react to the warning and start to move into another vehicle's lane, the Steer Assist function carefully helps you get back into your lane.
Oncoming Lane Mitigation
The automatic power steering system helps you avoid collisions with oncoming vehicles. If you cross a lane marking in front of an oncoming vehicle, the vehicle automatically steers back and warns you. The function is active between 60 km/h (37 mph) and 140 km/h (87 mph).
Oncoming Mitigation by Braking
This function is a unique support system from Volvo that can detect if a vehicle is heading straight toward your vehicle on the wrong side of the road. If a collision cannot be avoided, the vehicle automatically brakes to help further reduce the impact of the collision.
Application, Run-off road Mitigation + BLIS™ with Steer Assist and Cross Traffic Alert + Oncoming Lane Mitigation
Application, Oncoming Mitigation by Braking
Facts and advantages
Upgrade your vehicle with Volvo's technical support system.
The offer supplements your vehicle with one or more of the following functionalities, depending on which ones you already have: "Run-off road Mitigation", BLIS™ with Steer Assist and Cross Traffic Alert", "Oncoming Lane Mitigation" and "Oncoming Mitigation by Braking".
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It is always the responsibility of the driver to ensure that the vehicle is operated safely. The functions are for assistance only.
"Application, Run-off road Mitigation + BLIS™ with Steer Assist and Cross Traffic Alert + Oncoming Lane Mitigation" requires that your vehicle is equipped with Adaptive Cruise Control (VDN: KG03) and Pilot Assist (VDN: KI03).
"BLIS™ with Steer Assist" and "Cross Traffic Alert" can only be activated if the vehicle is equipped with "IntelliSafe Surround (BLIS)" (option code 603). Other functions are not affected.