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Bmw hdc mode.
Without applying the brakes the vehicle moves at slightly more than walking speed.
Hdc is a downhill driving assistant that automatically controls vehicle speed on steep downhill gradients.
7 kmh or 65 kmh when reversing.
Hdc is only available on.
Hill descent control hdc a driver assistant system in four wheel drive vehicles can be activated with the press of a button.
The accelerator and tempomat can be used to vary speed between crawling speed and 25 kmh but if you want you can of course move faster or slower.
Bmw x4 hill descent control hdc duration.
The vehicles shown in this video are my 650xi coupe 2012 and an x5 50i 2011 or 2012 i believe at the performance center.
When driving downhill the vehicle reduces its speed to approx.
How to use the hill descent control feature.
The hill descent control hdc in the bmw x3 is a system which when activated ensures that the vehicle can master the steepest downhill runs automatically and safely at just above walking pace without the driver having to brake.
Hill descent control hdc holds the vehicle steadily at a pre determined speed helping with the job of brake control so that the driver can concentrate completely on steering.
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When travelling at less than 35 kmh hdc assists you by reducing you to a constant speed of approx.
Demo vehicle is a 2017 bmw x5.
Hdc then goes into standby mode.
When hdc deactivates it goes into fade out mode gradually reducing braking force and giving you enough time to again take full control of your speed.
The brake lights come on automatically to warn any drivers situated behind your bmw.
The hill descent control hdc in the all new bmw x5 is a system which when activated ensures that the vehicle can master the steepest downhill runs automatically and safely at just above walking pace without the driver having to brake.