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Support in critical situations.

Advanced driver assistance systems aid the driver in the event of critical situations by being able to temporarily assume brake and engine control.

Safety built as standard

Safety built as standard

Electronic Stabilisation Programme (ESP) prevents under- or over-steering via targeted braking of individual wheels.

Anti-lock braking system (ABS) shortens braking distance while maintaining steering power.

Brake assist system. Registers the speed at which the brake pedal is pressed. During a reflexive or emergency braking action, it ensures that full brake pressure is built up more quickly.

Electronic differential lock (EDL) distributes the engine torque to the tyres without slippage.

Traction control system (TCS) prevents wheelspin.

Hill Start Assist. Prevents the vehicle from rolling back on inclines and makes handling easier when starting off on uphill slopes. 

Multi-collision Braking System (MCB)

Triggers braking after a collision, with the aim of preventing secondary collisions. The Multi-collision Braking System is activated when two independent sensors detect an accident. After a short delay, the vehicle begins a phased braking action down to 10 km/h, during which the driver can take over at any time.

Driver Alert System (fatigue detection)

Driver Alert System (fatigue detection)

Driver Alert System uses visual and acoustic warning signals to recommend that the driver takes a break as soon as it registers driving behaviour that indicates tiredness.

Safety technologies are not a substitute for the driver's responsibility of the vehicle. 

Daytime running lights

Switch on automatically when the ignition is activated and lower the risk of an accident in daylight.


The right safety measures are essential for those who are on the road regularly. The Multivan therefore has airbags for the driver and front passenger as standard, as well as side and head airbags. Curtain airbags provide protection for passengers in the rear for short wheelbase models.