In the context of intelligent transportation system and advanced vehicle control system, higher requirements for intelligent control and coordinated control of heavy vehicles (HVs) have been proposed. Automatic path tracking control is essential for automatic driving of heavy vehicles. However, uncertain lateral disturbances and time-varying characteristics of system parameters make it difficult to guarantee roll stability and path tracking accuracy during automatic path tracking. This paper investigates the coordination of active front steering (AFS) and direct yaw moment control (DYC) in the automatic path tracking system for intelligent heavy vehicles. The main idea is to adjust the braking action according to the rollover risk evaluated by a specific rollover index (RI). The coordination of steering and braking systems and the robustness of the system against time-varying parameters are achieved by a gain-scheduled linear parameter varying (LPV) controller. Based on the linear matrix inequality (LMI) framework, the LPV controller is synthesized to ensure the robust H∞ performance against external disturbances. Simulation results show that the proposed gain-scheduled LPV/H∞ control strategy can enhance roll stability and path tracking accuracy in the path tracking process of intelligent heavy vehicles.