adaptive cruise control

noun

Definition of adaptive cruise control

  1. :  a system in an automobile that can automatically adjust the settings of the cruise control in response to external driving conditions <Jaguar's adaptive cruise control … tracks the speed and position of the car in the lane ahead and automatically adjusts the speed to keep a safe time interval. — Bruce McCall>

1988

First Known Use of adaptive cruise control

1988


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