Originally Posted by oceanview
Well, it will switch off automatically when ASC is activated.
Which makes sense as you could also be driving on wet road with ACC on and run into Aquaplaning.
Sure I would not activate ACC when there is already snow on the street. That's one of the moments where active driving is needed.
Originally Posted by BavarianFanatic
This is a very disturbing statement.
Why? What I mean is ACC will switch of as soon as Stability Control (ASC) detects a critical situation and starts stabilizing the car. So if you drive 40 mph on a snow road and the car will loose traction or starts shifitng away, ACC is deactivated.
The car will loose speed (unless the Driver pushes the gas pedal).