2020 Ford Explorer Co-Pilot360  
   
 

The Ford Co-Pilot360 is known for its suite of driving technology features, helping keep drivers and pedestrians safe. It now has a hands-free driving component, Active Drive Assist, available on several Ford models.

How Does Co-Pilot360 Work?

Sensors are used in the hands-free driving technology to detect other vehicles, pedestrians, and objects while driving. Active Drive Assist is designed with your total safety in mind, to activate on pre-mapped and divided highway stretches. The driver is required to pay attention in hands-free mode, and the system employs an infrared driver-facing camera to monitor for changes to eye gaze and head position. If Active Drive Assist determines that the driver might not be paying attention, the driver is notified via visual prompts on the instrument cluster.

Hands-free driving is one of the components of the Ford Co-Pilot360 suite. This driver assistance technology package incorporates a bevy of features that will help keep you in your lane, help slow or stop you if you encounter a pedestrian, vehicle, or fence in your driving path, whether you're going forward, or when backing. Other Co-Pilot360 features are intelligent adaptive cruise control, parking assistance, helping avoid blind-spots when towing a trailer and trailer backup assistance, and more.

The Ford Co-Pilot360 is either a standard feature or is available as an option on several Ford SUV, truck, van, and car models:

  • F-150
  • Super Duty
  • Ranger
  • Edge
  • Escape
  • Ecosport
  • Expedition
  • Explorer
  • Mustang
  • Transit Connect
  • Fusion

The Ford Co-Pilot360 aims to make driving much safer. Visit Gwinnett Place Ford at our convenient Duluth location and take a test drive of your favorite Ford vehicle featuring Co-Pilot360.