What features are included in Rivian Driver+?
Automatic driving assistance and active safety features are standard on every Rivian vehicle. Some may be introduced through over-the-air software updates following start of production. Driver+ is designed to support drivers and does not replace their attention, judgment, and need to control the vehicle.
Automatic Driving Assistance: Help with the manual driving tasks when you want it.
Active Driving Assistance: Automatic steering, braking and acceleration on select highways.
Adaptive Cruise Control: Set your speed and automatically accelerate or brake on highways, adjusting speed to keep an appropriate distance from vehicles in front of you.
Lane Centering: Assisted steering to keep you centered within your lane.
Lane Change Assist: Assisted lane changes on the highway.
Trailer Assistance: Helps with more difficult reverse maneuvers while you have a trailer attached.
Active safety: Collision warning, alerts and preventative action.
Forward Collision Warning: Warns you of potential collisions with people and cars ahead.
Automatic Emergency Braking: Applies the brakes to help mitigate or prevent a collision.
Dynamic Brake Support: Automatically supports your braking to help mitigate or prevent a collision.
Blind Spot Warning: Detects vehicles in your blind spots and warns you if you try to move into the lane while present.
Lane Departure Warning: Warns you if you drift too close or cross lane markers without a turn signal on.
Lane Keeping Assistance: Helps steer you back into your lane if you unintentionally drift close to or over a lane marker without a turn signal.
Automatic Emergency Steering: Helps steers you back into your lane if you drift too close to the edge of the road or it detects a potential collision, with or without a turn signal.
Rear-Cross Traffic Warning: Alerts you to traffic and people approaching from the side when backing up.
Manual Park Assist: A 360° detection system designed to help sense and alert you to objects.
Automatic High Beams: Automatically switches the headlights from high to low beams when a vehicle is detected ahead.