What Are the Available Ford Park Assist Features?
Active Park Assist Systems *
Active Park Assist. The Available Active Park Assist can help take the anxiety out of parallel parking. Once the system locates a suitable parking space, you shift, accelerate, and brake while the system does the steering. It’s that simple.
Enhanced Active Park Assist. If your vehicle is equipped with the available Enhanced Active Park Assist, you also get help getting out of a tight parallel parking spot, as well as assistance in reverse perpendicular parking.
Active Park Assist 2.0. With the available Active Park Assist 2.0, you can take the ease of this system a major step further. Just about every operation is now done for you. Pressing the Active Park Assist 2.0 button scans for a suitable parking spot. After stopping, you shift into Neutral, release the brake pedal and hold down the Park Assist button. The system does the rest — steering, shifting, braking, and accelerating.
Park Sensing Systems *
Forward Sensing System. The Forward Sensing System uses sensors on the front bumper to help detect objects that are in front of the vehicle. This feature allows you to navigate tight parking spaces with confidence and detects low-to-the-ground items such as parking blocks and fire hydrants.
Reverse Sensing System. The Reverse Sensing System can audibly alert you to certain objects close to the rear of the vehicle when you are slowly backing up. The system can detect what you may not see, such as other vehicles, fences, or fire hydrants.
Side Sensing System. The available Side Sensing feature is an enhancement to the Forward and Reverse systems. It uses a chime and a visual diagram display on your touchscreen to indicate where the closest object to your vehicle is detected. The system uses the front and rear outermost parking aid sensors to detect objects that are near the sides of your vehicle.
*Location and appearance of buttons may vary. See your Owner's Manual for information specific to your vehicle.
Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgment, and need to control the vehicle. See your Owner's Manual for details and limitations.