The Audi A6’s safety feature for hill-descent control allows intervention in the braking system and the drag torque of the engine to allow for better control of the car’s speed. The steering will require handling by the driver, but the car’s speed will be automatically maintained.
Another of the key Audi A6 safety features is the initiation of preventive measures for occupant protection. This includes tensioning the seat belts, activating the hazard system, closing the windows, etc.
For the front passengers there is the 2-stage deployment of airbags. This deployment depends on the strength of the impact as well as the size of the person, making it a critical Audi A6 safety feature.
For security, the Audi A6 sedan includes pinion steering as well as a maintenance-free rack. This includes precision steering, speed-dependent servo assistance, and parking assistance to allow for enhanced stability of the sedan.
The standard Audi A6 security features also include EDL, ABS, and ASR. Each system is replete with its own sensors that can compare reference data with the driving data for a better driving experience. The systems are in place for providing the driver with better stability and will intervene in the engine management and use targeted braking for this purpose.