Open on an overhead shot of a black Chrysler 300 driving behind a red sedan on a rural highway. Animated blue and white lines appear between the vehicles as the Chrysler 300 gets closer to the sedan. Cut to a close up of the Digital Custer Display in the Chrysler 300 with a screen that says “ACC: 55 MPH.” Cut back to an overhead shot of the vehicles driving down the highway as the Chrysler 300 approaches the sedan. The Chrysler 300 begins to slow down until it is going the same speed as the sedan. Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop: This system is a driver's convenience system, not a substitute for active driver involvement. The driver must remain aware of traffic conditions and be prepared to use the brakes to avoid collisions.


The available Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop helps maintain a set distance between your vehicle and the one ahead of it. It can bring your vehicle to a controlled stop if needed.

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