In the lead up to the reveal of the G30 BMW 5 Series, the German carmaker has decided to showcase another feature that will be available in the seventh-generation model. This time, it is the car’s various driving assistance systems.

The video previews the all-new 5 Series’ Steering and Lane Control Assist, which is also found on the current 7 Series. With the system, the car is capable of driving itself following the lane according to a predetermined speed set by the driver.

The semi-autonomous driving tech works with the car’s active cruise control to allow for hands-free driving, and works at speeds of up to 210 km/h on the 7er. BMW says the feature reduces the strain on the driver, especially while driving on the highway, but states the driver will need to be ready to take over if need be.

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Crossroads Warning is another system introduced on the all-new 5 Series. Here, the car uses its sensors to detect and warn the driver of potential collisions with crossing traffic. The system will also precondition the brakes, and supports the driver in the event that emergency braking is required to prevent or mitigate the effects of a collision.

Earlier, BMW previewed the Remote View 3D function on the G30, which allows the owner to “see” the car’s surroundings remote by using its BMW Connected, smartphone app. The feature will likely be offered on upper variants, as the video demonstration involved the 540i version of the new 5 Series.

Expect the all-new 5 Series to make its global debut at the Paris Motor Show set to take place later this month. Production of the G30 will take place at BMW’s factory in Dingolfing, Bavaria; and the other is at Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria.

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