Where it's really, really tight you get crunching soundsWhere its tight you just get solid sounds and have to look at the MMI thereby not forward where you are going.
Yes it has front and rear sensors and visual display and a button to disable if you wish. They don't come on automatically at low speeds as with some VW's however you can switch them on at low speed by pressing the P button on dash. I think it's a great system and am glad to have it in my Q5 even if I will now only have it for about another 7 days.RRS used to have forward sensors below a certain speed. Which I didn't mind because at least I was more aware of any hazards. But customers complained that it was picking up cycles etc when in slow traffic so they took it off. There was then a button on the dash to turn it on/off and it came on automatically after reverse had been selected.
So Audi have set it up the way most people prefer.
True that - it is a great system.I have to agree with MikeW, it is a very good system. I am surprised just how often I use it, and for the money it costs, i wouldn't be without it.