The 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee is expected to feature a full-speed collision warning system. The system will be able to detect obstacles and alert the driver in time so that they can take evasive action. The car will also have a surround-view camera system, giving the driver a view of objects around the vehicle. The car will also come with adaptive cruise control, which uses radar and cameras to track the speed of other vehicles in front of you and maintain a safe distance between them. This system is handy on long road trips where fatigue can make it difficult for drivers to keep their eyes on the road for long periods. Other safety features include lane departure control, which alerts drivers when they drift out of their lane without indicating, blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and rear parking sensors. This allows you to take action before your car reaches the point where impact occurs. The system will let you know if there are no vehicles ahead with a visual prompt on your instrument panel or dashboard screen. If it detects an imminent collision, it alerts the driver with an audible alarm and visual warning on the instrument cluster. The system can also be disabled if you prefer more control over your driving experience. To get more details, get in touch with the Energy Dodge team.