Safety is our primary concern. For you, for your loved ones and for others on the road. Our continuously growing toolkit of advanced driving safety measures includes Autonomous Emergency Braking, Lane-Keeping Assist and Lane Departure Warning.
Tivoli is built on a monocoque frame using high strength steel which provides superb protection to passengers within the cabin. It’s equipped with 7 airbags, for maximum passenger protection on impact – the most in its class. Tivoli has an increased number of devices that utilise class-leading technologies to provide greater safety to those on board.
If a collision appears imminent Forward Collision Warning (FCW) will warn the driver, and if there is insufficient response Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) will intervene with appropriate braking force to stop the vehicle or minimise damage.
The electronic stability programme monitors road conditions and vehicular status constantly, adjusting engine output and braking whenever the driver is about to lose control. The ESP integrates the anti-lock brake system, active rollover protection, anti-slip regulation and brake-force assist to improve Tivoli’s intervention capabilities.
Brakeforce is distributed appropriately to the front and rear wheels according to the load of persons and/or cargo.
When this electronically controlled system senses the driver applying emergency braking it assists by applying maximum braking effort automatically to reduce the vehicle’s braking distance and to help avoid an accident.
Evaluating data from the vehicle’s on board camera, Forward Collision Warning (FCW) can detect a potential collision with a vehicle, pedestrian or obstacle.
Lane Departure Warning (LDW) is designed to alert the driver that the vehicle is about to deviate from a traffic lane. Lane Keeping Assist (LKA) then helps the car stay toward the centre of the lane by applying a small amount of counter-steering force.
The Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) system recognises speed limit signs and provides the driver with an on-screen warning reminder.
By monitoring the headlights of oncoming vehicles and the rear combination lamps of the vehicles ahead, HBA analyses ambient light levels to automatically switch between high and low beams.
Automatically alerts the driver when time at the wheel has exceed safe limits