A common situation when driving a van is backing up and maneuvering in tight spaces. Without technical aids such as the Transporter parking assistant, this can be complicated and dangerous. You need to keep an eye on the front when maneuvering and also look behind you to see if you might bump into another car when parking. There may also be an obstacle to the side of your van. For example, imagine that a person is crossing the road to the side of your van. Especially with a van, the view to the rear and to the side is often not good. This can get you into confusing situations.
Here supports you 360 degree reversing system perfect for parking and maneuvering situations. You have a comfortable view of all four sides of the vehicle on your monitor. The following applies here: Many eyes see more. A total of 4 cameras monitor the surroundings of your car. Two are located on the side of the transporter. A camera on the front and back of the van ensures a perfect overview.
Avoid dangerous situations and accidents with the Transporter parking assistant
In our example, the side cameras recognize the two parked cars and show you on the monitor how much space is left. The change in angle is also displayed perfectly on the monitor with an auxiliary line. In addition, the system warns you if things should get too tight. For example, the car marked in red is in the blind spot. When parking backwards, the driver could easily overlook this without technical assistance.
The ones at the top of the Rear mounted camera shows obstacles of any kind that are behind the transporter. The lady standing to the side behind the van in the picture is also recorded by the system. Without a 360 degree solution, there would be a high probability that the van driver would not have seen the lady. This could have been all the more dangerous if the woman went in the other direction and crossed the road.
The 360 degree system enables the perfect overview with the images from all four cameras. Among other things, a detailed depiction of your transporter and its surroundings from a bird's eye view. In addition, you can switch between the camera views at any time. In the future, you will be able to master everything perfectly, even in situations like the one shown in the picture.