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LEXUS ES 350 (2019 year). Instruction - part 5

 

 

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Display items

 Odometer

Displays the total distance the vehicle has 
been driven.

 Trip meter A/trip meter B

Displays the distance the vehicle has been 
driven since the meter was last reset. Trip 
meters A and B can be used to record and 
display different distances independently.

 Distance until next engine oil 

change

Displays the distance the vehicle can be 
driven until an oil change is necessary.

Changing the display

Each time the “ODO TRIP” switch is 
pressed, the displayed item will be 
changed. When the trip meter is dis-
played, pressing and holding the switch 
will reset the trip meter.

Pop-up display

The distance until the next engine oil 
change will displayed when a warning 
message indicating that oil mainte-
nance should be performed soon or is 
required is displayed.

The brightness of the instrument panel 
lights can be adjusted.

WARNING

The information display at low tem-

peratures

Allow the interior of the vehicle to warm 

up before using the liquid crystal infor-

mation display. At extremely low tem-

peratures, the information display 

monitor may respond slowly, and display 

changes may be delayed.

For example, there is a lag between the 

driver’s shifting and the new gear number 

appearing on the display. This lag could 

cause the driver to downshift again, 

causing rapid and excessive engine brak-

ing and possibly an accident resulting in 

death or injury.

NOTICE

To prevent damage to the engine and 

its components

Do not let the indicator needle of the 

tachometer enter the red zone, which 

indicates the maximum engine speed.

The engine may be overheating if the 

engine coolant temperature gauge is 

in the red zone (H). In this case, imme-

diately stop the vehicle in a safe place, 

and check the engine after it has 

cooled completely. (

P.377)

Odometer and trip meter dis-
play

Changing the instrument panel 
light brightness

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Darker

2

Brighter

Brightness of the meter lights (day mode 

and night mode)

The brightness of the meter lights can be 

adjusted individually.
In the following situations, the meters 

changes between day mode and night 

mode.

Day mode: When the tail lights are off or 

when the tail lights are on but the sur-

rounding area is bright

Night mode: When the tail lights are on 

and the surrounding area is dark

The display can be switched between 
the center and side positions.

Display (except F SPORT models)

By selecting menu icons on the multi-
information display, a variety of driving-
related information can be displayed. 
The multi-information display can also 
be used to change display settings and 
other vehicle settings.
Warning or suggestion/advice pop-up 
displays are also displayed in certain 
situations.

Display (F SPORT models)

Main meter in center position

The multi-information display presents 
the driver with a variety of driving-
related information.
Warning or suggestion/advice pop-up 
displays are also displayed in certain 
situations.

Changing the main meter loca-
tion

Multi-information display

Display and menu icons

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Main meter moved to the right

By selecting menu icons on the multi-
information display, a variety of driving-
related information can be displayed. 
The multi-information display can also 
be used to change display settings and 
other vehicle settings.
Warning or suggestion/advice pop-up 
displays are also displayed in certain 
situations.

Menu icons

The menu icons will be displayed by 
pressing 

 or 

 of the meter con-

trol switches.

F SPORT models: The menu icons can be 
displayed when the main meter is moved to 
the right.

Liquid crystal display

Small spots or light spots may appear on the 

display. This phenomenon is characteristic 

of liquid crystal displays, and there is no 

problem continuing to use the display.

The multi-information display is oper-
ated using the meter control switches.

Driving information display 
(

P.73)

Navigation system-linked dis-
play (if equipped) (

P.75)

Audio system-linked display 
(

P.75)

Driving support system infor-
mation display (

P.76)

Warning message display 
(

P.358)

Settings display (

P.76)

WARNING

Caution for use while driving

When operating the multi-information 

display while driving, pay extra atten-

tion to the safety of the area around the 

vehicle.

Do not look continuously at the multi-

information display while driving as 

you may fail to see pedestrians, objects 

on the road, etc. ahead of the vehicle.

The information display at low tem-

peratures

P.65, 70

Changing the meter display

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: Select menu icons

/

: Change displayed con-

tent, scroll up/down the screen and 
move the cursor up/down

Press: Enter/Set
Press and hold: Reset

Move the main meter

*

 and return 

to the previous screen

*

: F  SPORT  models

Display items (except F SPORT 
models)

Press 

 or 

 of the meter control 

switches and select 

. Then press 

 

or 

 to display the following items:

 Drive information 1
 Drive information 2
 Eco Driving Indicator
 Tire pressure (

P.319)

 Display off

Display items (F SPORT models)

Main meter in center position

Press 

 or 

 of the meter control 

switches to display the following items:
 Drive information 1
 Drive information 2
 Gear position
 Tire pressure (

P.319)

 Units
 Display off

Main meter moved to the right

Press 

 or 

 of the meter control 

switches and select 

. Then press 

 

or 

 to display the following items:

 Drive information 1
 Drive information 2
 Eco Driving Indicator
 G-force
 Gear Position
 Tire pressure (

P.319)

 Display off

Drive information 1/Drive infor-
mation 2

Displays drive information such as the 
following:

Use the displayed values as a reference 
only.

 Drive information 1

• Current fuel consumption
• Average fuel economy (after reset)

 Drive information 2

• Distance (driving range)
• Average vehicle speed (after reset)

Displayed items (listed below) can be 
changed on 

. (

P.76)

 Current fuel consumption

Bar type: Displays instantaneous current 
fuel consumption

 Average fuel economy

After reset: Displays average fuel con-
sumption since the display was reset

*1

After start: Displays average fuel con-
sumption since engine start

Content of driving information

A

B

C

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After refuel: Displays average fuel con-
sumption since refuel

 Average vehicle speed

After reset: Displays average vehicle 
speed since the display was reset

*1

After start: Displays average vehicle speed 
since engine start

 Elapsed time

After reset: Displays elapsed time since the 
display was reset

*1

After start: Displays elapsed time since 
engine start

 Distance

Driving range: Displays driving range with 
remaining fuel

*2, 3

After start: Displays the distance driven 
since engine start

 Other

Blank: No item

*1

: To reset, display the desired item and 

press and hold “OK” of the meter con-
trol switches.

*2

: This distance is computed based on 

your average fuel consumption. As a 
result, the actual distance that can be 
driven may differ from that displayed.

*3

: When only a small amount of fuel is 

added to the tank, the display may not 
be updated.
When refueling, turn the engine switch 
off. If the vehicle is refueled without 
turning the engine switch off, the display 
may not be updated.

Eco Driving Indicator

Eco Driving Indicator Light

During Eco-friendly acceleration (Eco 
driving), the Eco Driving Indicator Light 
will turn on. When the acceleration 
exceeds the Zone of Eco driving, or when 
the vehicle is stopped, the light turns off.

Eco Driving Indicator Zone Display

Suggests the Zone of Eco driving with cur-
rent Eco driving ratio based on accelera-
tion.

Eco driving ratio based on acceler-
ation

If the acceleration exceeds the Zone of 
Eco driving, the right side of the Eco Driv-
ing Indicator Zone Display will illuminate.
At this time, the Eco Driving Indicator Light 
will turn off.

Zone of Eco driving

Boost gauge

Displays the boost pressure. The dis-
play will change color if the specified 
pressure is exceeded.

This display is intended for use as a guide-
line. Depending on factors such as the road 
surface condition, temperature and vehicle 

A

B

C

D

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speed, the display may not show the actual 
condition of the vehicle.

G-force (F SPORT models)

Displays lateral G-forces on the vehi-
cle.

Acceleration G-force on the vehi-
cle

Current G-force value (analyzed 
value of front/rear and left/right G-
forces)

Record of the maximum G-forces

This display is intended for use as a guide-
line. Depending on factors such as the road 
surface condition, temperature and vehicle 
speed, the display may not show the actual 
condition of the vehicle.

 Resetting the record of maximum 

G-forces

Press and hold “OK” of the meter control 
switches to reset the record.

 Peak hold function

If lateral G-forces of 0.5 G or greater are 
generated, the G-force value display will 
turn amber and be held for 2 seconds.

Gear Position (F SPORT models)

Displays the current shift range or gear 
position when the shift lever is in D or S.

Units (F SPORT models)

The units of measure used can be 
changed while driving.

Unlike the units setting performed on the 
settings display, the units setting per-
formed on the drive information display 
can be changed while driving.

Eco Driving Indicator

Eco Driving Indicator will not operate 

under the following conditions:

The shift lever is in any position other than 

D.

A paddle shift switch is operated.

The driving mode is set to other than nor-

mal mode or eco drive mode.

The vehicle speed is approximately 80 

mph (130 km/h) or higher.

Select to display the following naviga-
tion system-linked information.
 Route guidance to destination
 Compass display (heading-up dis-

play)

Route guidance to destination display

When the route guidance to destination 

display is enabled on the head-up display, it 

will not be displayed on the multi-informa-

tion display. (

P.79)

Select to enable selection of an audio 
source or track on the meter using the 
meter control switches.

A

B

C

Navigation system-linked dis-
play (if equipped)

Audio system-linked display

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Select to display the operational status 
of the following systems:
 LTA (Lane Tracing Assist) (

P.176)

 Dynamic radar cruise control with 

full-speed range (

P.187)

 RSA (Road Sign Assist) (if 

equipped) (

P.185)

Meter display settings that can be 
changed

 Language

Select to change the language displayed.

 Units

Select to change the units of measure dis-
played.

 Speedometer display (except F 

SPORT models)

Select to set the display of the speedome-
ter to digital/analog/both digital and ana-
log.

 Drive information 1/Drive informa-

tion 2

Select to select up to 2 items (

P.73) that 

will be displayed on each Drive information 
screen (Drive information 1 screen and 
Drive information 2 screen) respectively.

 Clock

Select to switch between 12-hour display 
and 24-hour display.

 Pop-up display

Select to enable/disable pop-up displays 
for each relevant system.

 Accent color

Select to change the accent color on the 
screen, such as the cursor color.

 Rev indicator (F SPORT models)

• Select to enable/disable the rev indica-

tor.

• Select to set the engine speed at which 

the rev indicator (amber) will begin to be 
displayed.

 Rev peak (F SPORT models)

Select to enable/disable the rev peak.

 Eco Driving Indicator Light

Select to enable/disable the Eco Driving 
Indicator Light.

 Default setting

Select to reset the meter display settings to 
the default setting.

Vehicle functions and settings that 
can be changed

P.400

Suspension of the settings display

Some settings cannot be changed while 

driving. When changing settings, park 

the vehicle in a safe place.

If a warning message is displayed, opera-

tion of the settings display will be sus-

pended.

Driving support system informa-
tion display

Settings display

WARNING

Cautions during setting up the dis-

play

As the engine needs to be running 

during setting up the display, ensure that 

the vehicle is parked in a place with ade-

quate ventilation. In a closed area such as 

a garage, exhaust gases including harm-

ful carbon monoxide (CO) may collect 

and enter the vehicle. This may lead to 

death or a serious health hazard.

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Displays suggestions to the driver in 
the following situations. To select a 
response to a displayed suggestion, 
use the meter control switches.

Suggestion to turn off the head-
lights

If the headlights are left on for a certain 
amount of time with the headlight 
switch in 

 after the engine switch 

has been turned off, a suggestion mes-
sage will be displayed asking if you 
wish to turn the headlights off.
To turn the headlights off, select “Yes”.

If a front door is opened after the engine 
switch is turned off, this suggestion mes-
sage will not be displayed.

Customization

Some functions can be customized. 

(

P.400)

NOTICE

During setting up the display

To prevent battery discharge, ensure that 

the engine is running while setting up the 

display features.

Suggestion function

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: If  equipped

Illustrations used in this text are intended as examples, and may differ from the image that is 
actually displayed by the head-up display.

Driving support system display area (

P.80)

Navigation system-linked display area (if equipped)

Displays the following items which are linked to the navigation system:
• Route guidance to destination
• Street  name
• Compass (heading-up display)

Driving information display area

Displays the following items:
• Speed limit of the current road (linked to the navigation system) (U.S.A. only)
• RSA (Road Sign Assist) display (if equipped) (

P.185)

• Speedometer
• Shift position and shift range (

P.141)

Tachometer/Eco Driving Indicator display area (

P.81)

Head-up display

*

The head-up display projects a variety of driving-related information and the 
operating state of the driving support systems on the windshield.

System components

A

B

C

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Head-up display switch

Head-up display will operate when

The engine switch is in IGNITION ON 

mode.

When using the head-up display

The head-up display may seem dark or hard 

to see when viewed through sunglasses, 

especially polarized sunglasses. Adjust the 

brightness of the head-up display or 

remove your sunglasses.

Street name display

Only street names which are included in the 

map data will be displayed.

Enabling/disabling the head-up dis-
play

Press the Head-up display switch.

Changing settings of the head-up 
display

The following settings can be changed 
on 

 of the multi-information display. 

(

P.400)

 Brightness and vertical position of 

the head-up display

Select to adjust the brightness or vertical 
position of the head-up display.

 Tachometer/Eco Driving Indicator

Select to display the tachometer, Eco Driv-
ing Indicator or no content.

 Display content

Select to enable/disable the following 

D

WARNING

When using the head-up display

Check that the position and brightness 

of the head-up display image does not 

interfere with safe driving. Incorrect 

adjustment of the image’s position or 

brightness may obstruct the driver’s 

view and lead to an accident, resulting 

in death or serious injury.

Do not continuously look at the head-

up display while driving as you may fail 

to see pedestrians, objects on the 

road, etc. ahead of the vehicle.

NOTICE

Head-up display projector

Do not place any drinks near the head-

up display projector. If the projector 

gets wet, electrical malfunctions may 

result.

Do not place anything on or put stick-

ers onto the head-up display projector. 

Doing so could interrupt head-up dis-

play indications.

Do not touch the inside of the head-up 

display projector or thrust sharp edges 

or the like into the projector. 

Doing so could cause mechanical mal-

functions.

Using the head-up display

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items:
• Route guidance to destination/street 

name

• Driving support system display

*

• Compass (heading-up display)
• Audio system operation status

*

: Make sure to enable this display when 

using the driving support systems

 Display angle

Select to adjust the angle of the head-up 
display.

Enabling/disabling of the head-up dis-

play

If the head-up display is disabled, it will 

remain disabled when the engine switch is 

turned off then back to IGNITION ON 

mode.

Display brightness

The brightness of the head-up display can 
be adjusted on 

 of the multi-information 

display. Also, it is automatically adjusted 

according to the ambient brightness.

Head-up display automatic position 

adjustment

If the display position is recorded into mem-

ory, the head-up display will be automati-

cally adjusted to the desired position. 

(

P.108)

When the battery is disconnected

The customize settings of the head-up dis-

play will be reset.

Displays the operational status of the 
following systems:
 LTA (Lane Tracing Assist) (

P.176)

 Dynamic radar cruise control with 

full-speed range (

P.187)

Details of content displayed on the head-
up display may differ from that displayed 
on the multi-information display. For 
details, refer to the explanation of each sys-
tem.

Pop-up displays for the following sys-
tems will be displayed when necessary.

Driving support systems

Displays a warning/suggestion/advice 
message or the operating state of a rel-

WARNING

Caution for changing settings of the 

head-up display

As the engine needs to be running while 

changing the settings of the head-up dis-

play, ensure that the vehicle is parked in a 

place with adequate ventilation. In a 

closed area such as a garage, exhaust 

gases including harmful carbon monox-

ide (CO) may collect and enter the vehi-

cle. This may lead to death or a serious 

health hazard.

NOTICE

When changing the settings of the 

head-up display

To prevent battery discharge, ensure that 

the engine is running while the changing 

the settings of the head-up display.

Driving support system display 
area

Pop-up display

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evant system.
 PCS (Pre-Collision System) 

(

P.169)

 Intuitive parking assist (if equipped) 

(

P.205)

 Parking Support Brake function 

(static objects) (if equipped) 
(

P.224)

 Brake Override System (

P.128)

 Drive-Start Control (

P.129)

Details of content displayed on the head-
up display may differ from that displayed 
on the multi-information display. For 
details, refer to the explanation of each sys-
tem.

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icons

These icons are linked to the multi-
information display

: Master warning icon

Displayed when a warning message is dis-
played on the multi-information display. 
(

P.358)

: Information icon

Displayed when a suggestion pop-up dis-
play (

P.77) or advice pop-up display is 

displayed on the multi-information display.

Warning message

Some warning messages are displayed 
when necessary, according to certain 
conditions.

Details of content displayed on the head-
up display may differ from that displayed 
on the multi-information display.

Audio system operation status

Displayed when an audio remote con-
trol switch on the steering wheel is 

operated.

Hands-free system status

Displayed when the hands-free system 
is operated.

When a pop-up display is displayed

When a pop-up display is displayed, a cur-

rent display may no longer be displayed. In 

this case, the display will return after the 

pop-up display disappears.

Tachometer

Displays the engine speed in revolu-
tions per minute.

Eco Driving Indicator

Eco Driving Indicator Zone Display

Eco driving ratio based on acceler-
ation

Zone of Eco driving

Displayed content is the same as that dis-
played on the multi-information display 
(Eco Driving Indicator). For details, refer to 
P.74.

Tachometer/Eco Driving Indica-
tor display area

A
B

C

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Multi-information display

Center Display

Meter control switches

“MENU” button

Touchpad

Press the “MENU” button on the 

Remote Touch, then select 

 on the 

screen, and then select “Trip Informa-
tion” or “History”.

Trip information

If a screen other than “Trip Information” 
is displayed, select “Trip Information”.

Resetting the consumption data

Fuel consumption in the past 15 
minutes

Current fuel consumption

Average vehicle speed since the 
engine was started.

Elapsed time since the engine was 
started.

Cruising range

Average fuel consumption for the past 15 
minutes is divided by color into past aver-
ages and averages attained since the 
engine switch was last turned to IGNI-
TION ON mode. Use the displayed aver-
age fuel consumption as a reference.
The image is an example only, and may 
vary slightly from actual conditions.

History

If a screen other than “History” is dis-
played, select “History”.

Fuel consumption screen

You can view the status of your fuel 
consumption information on the 
multi-information display and Cen-
ter Display.
12.3-inch display model: The con-
sumption screen can be displayed 
on the side display.

System components

Consumption

A
B
C
D

E

A
B

C
D

E

F

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Best recorded fuel consumption

Latest fuel consumption

Previous fuel consumption record

Resetting the history data

Updating the latest fuel consump-
tion data

The average fuel consumption history is 
divided by color into past averages and the 
average fuel consumption since the last 
updated. Use the displayed average fuel 
consumption as a reference.
The image is an example only, and may 
vary slightly from actual conditions.

Updating the history data

Update the latest fuel consumption by 

selecting “Clip” to measure the current fuel 

consumption again.

Resetting the data

The fuel consumption data can be deleted 

by selecting “Clear”.

Cruising range

Displays the estimated maximum distance 

that can be driven with the quantity of fuel 

remaining.
This distance is computed based on your 

average fuel consumption. 

As a result, the actual distance that can be 

driven may differ from that displayed.

Display the vehicle information on the 
side display (

P.247), and then selec

 or 

 to display the desired 

screen.

Trip information (type A)

Displays the average fuel consumption 
for the past 10 minutes in 1 minute 
intervals, as well as the cruising range.

The image is an example only, and may 
vary slightly from actual conditions.
Use the displayed average fuel consump-
tion as a reference.

Trip information (type B)

Displays the cruising range, latest fuel 
consumption and the amount of time 
elapsed since the engine was started.

The image is an example only, and may 
vary slightly from actual conditions.

A
B
C
D

E

Using the side display (12.3-inch 
display model)

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Use the displayed average fuel consump-
tion as a reference.

History

Displays the average fuel consumption 
and highest fuel consumption.

The image is an example only, and may 
vary slightly from actual conditions.
Use the displayed average fuel consump-
tion as a reference.

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Before driving

3-1. Key information

Keys ...................................................

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3-2. Opening, closing and locking the 

doors and trunk

Doors.................................................

89

Trunk..................................................

93

Smart access system with push-

button start.................................

100

3-3. Adjusting the seats

Front seats.....................................

107

Driving position memory ........

108

Head restraints..............................

111

3-4. Adjusting the steering wheel and 

mirrors

Steering wheel..............................

113

Inside rear view mirror..............

114

Outside rear view mirrors.......

115

3-5. Opening and closing the win-

dows and moon roof

Power windows............................

118

Moon roof .....................................

120

Panoramic moon roof ..............

123

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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