The multifunction camera recognises speed limit signs and informs you of the limit on the instrument panel and/or in the Head-Up Display.
The speed read is suggested to you as the set-point value for your speed limiter or cruise control if activated.
The reversing camera comes on automatically as soon as the car is put into reverse.
It provides a 180° overhead view of the rear zone of the van and its environment.
The rear view includes guide lines that rotate with the steering wheel.
If there are obstacles at the rear of the vehicle, the system zooms in, supplemented by other views on simple request.
The Active Safety Brake is an automatic emergency braking system if an imminent collision is detected.
The camera and the radar will detect stationary or moving obstacles.
If the driver then fails to brake or if the braking is insufficient, the system applies the brakes on behalf of the driver.
It contributes to avoiding an impact if you are driving at less than 30 km/h or to reduce any further consequences, by reducing the impact speed.
The new PEUGEOT e-EXPERT Hydrogen thus becomes the latest symbol of the brand's “Extended power of choice” strategy, allowing each customer to choose from a wide range of engines, the most suitable for their own use.