LEXUS ES 350 (2019 year). Instruction - part 15


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LEXUS ES 350 (2019 year). Instruction - part 15




4-5. Using the driving support systems

The Parking Support Brake function 

(rear-crossing vehicles) will operate 


The function will operate when the PKSB 

OFF indicator is not illuminated or flashing 


P.61, 62) and all of the following condi-

tions are met:

Engine output restriction control

• The Parking Support Brake is enabled.

• The vehicle speed is 9 mph (15 km/h) or 


• Vehicles are approaching from the right 

or left at the rear of the vehicle at a travel-

ing speed of less than approximately 5 

mph (8 km/h)

• The shift lever is in R.

• The Parking Support Brake determines 

that a stronger than normal brake opera-

tion is necessary to avoid a collision with 

an approaching vehicle.

Brake control

• Engine output restriction control is oper-


• The Parking Support Brake determines 

that an emergency brake operation is 

necessary to avoid a collision with an 

approaching vehicle.

The Parking Support Brake function 

(rear-crossing vehicles) will stop operat-

ing when

The function will stop operating if any of the 

following conditions are met:

Engine output restriction control

• The Parking Support Brake is disabled.

• The collision becomes avoidable with 

normal brake operation.

• A vehicle is no longer approaching from 

the right or left at the rear of the vehicle.

Brake control

• The Parking Support Brake is disabled.

• Approximately 2 seconds have elapsed 

since the vehicle was stopped by brake 


• The brake pedal is depressed after the 

vehicle is stopped by brake control.

• A vehicle is no longer approaching from 

the right or left at the rear of the vehicle.

Detection area of the Parking Support 

Brake function (rear-crossing vehicles)

The detection area of the Parking Support 

Brake function (rear-crossing vehicles) dif-

fers from the detection area of the RCTA 

function (

P.213). Therefore, even if the 

RCTA function detects a vehicle and pro-

vides an alert, the Parking Support Brake 

function (rear-crossing vehicles) may not 

start operating.

Conditions under which the Parking 

Support Brake function (rear-crossing 

vehicles) will not detect a vehicle

The Parking Support Brake function (rear-

crossing vehicles) is not designed to detect 

the following types of vehicles and/or 


Vehicles approaching from directly 


Vehicles backing up in a parking space 

next to your vehicle

Vehicles that the sensors cannot detect 

due to obstructions

Vehicles which suddenly accelerate or 

decelerate near your vehicle

Guardrails, walls, signs, parked vehicles 
and similar stationary objects


Small motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians, 


Vehicles moving away from your vehicle

Vehicles approaching from the parking 


If the area around a rear radar sensor 

is subjected to an impact, the system 

may not operate properly due to a 

sensor malfunction. Have the vehicle 

inspected by your Lexus dealer.

Observe the rear radar sensor han-

dling precautions. (



4-5. Using the driving support systems





spaces next to your vehicle


Objects which are extremely close to a 
radar sensor


Vehicles are approaching from the right 

or left at the rear of the vehicle at a travel-

ing speed of less than approximately 5 

mph (8 km/h)

Vehicles are approaching from the right 

or left at the rear of the vehicle at a travel-

ing speed of more than approximately 15 

mph (24 km/h)


: Depending on the conditions, detection 

of a vehicle and/or object may occur.

PKSB function buzzer

RCTA function buzzer Regardless of 

whether the RCTA function is enabled or 

not (

P.212), if the Parking Support Brake 

function is enabled and brake control is per-

formed, a buzzer will sound to notify the 


Situations in which the system may 

operate even though there is no possi-

bility of a collision

In some situations such as the following, the 

Parking Support Brake function (rear-

crossing vehicles) may operate even 

though there is no possibility of a collision.

When the parking space faces a street 

and vehicles are being driven on the 


When a detected vehicle turns while 

approaching the vehicle

When a vehicle passes by the side of your 


When the distance between your vehicle 

and metal objects, such as a guardrail, 

wall, sign, or parked vehicle, which may 

reflect electrical waves toward the rear of 

the vehicle, is short 

When there are spinning objects near 

your vehicle such as the fan of an air con-

ditioning unit

When water is splashed or sprayed 

toward the rear bumper, such as from a 


Situations in which the Parking Support 

Brake function (rear-crossing vehicles) 

may not operate properly

In some situations, such as the following, the 

radar sensors may not detect an object and 

this function may not operate properly

Stationary objects

When a sensor or the area around a sen-

sor is extremely hot or cold

If the rear bumper is covered with ice, 


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snow, dirt, etc.

When it is raining heavily or water strikes 

the vehicle

When the detection area of a radar sen-

sor is obstructed by an adjacent vehicle

If the vehicle is significantly tilted

When equipment that may obstruct a 

sensor is installed, such as a towing eye-

let, bumper protector (an additional trim 

strip, etc.), bicycle carrier, or snow plow

If the suspension has been modified or 

tires of a size other than specified are 


If the front of the vehicle is raised or low-

ered due to the carried load

If a sticker or an electronic component, 

such as a backlit license plate (especially 

fluorescent type), fog light, fender pole or 

wireless antenna is installed near a radar 


If the orientation of a radar sensor has 

been changed

When multiple vehicles are approaching 

with only a small gap between each vehi-


If a vehicle is approaching the rear of 

your vehicle rapidly 

Situations in which the radar sensor may 

not detect a vehicle

• When a vehicle approaches from the 

right or left at the rear of the vehicle while 

you are turning while backing up

• When turning while backing up

• When backing out of a shallow angle 

parking spot

• When backing up on a slope with a sharp 

change in grade

• When a vehicle turns into the detection 



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: If  equipped

When a pedestrian is detected behind the vehicle while backing up, the brake 
pedal is not depressed or is depressed late.

Displays a message to urge the driver 
to take evasive action when a pedes-
trian is detected in the detection area 
behind the vehicle. (A message will 
also be displayed on the multi-informa-
tion display and head-up display (if 

Pedestrian detection icon with 
brake reminder

Parking Support Brake function (rear pedestrians)


If the rear camera sensor detects a pedestrian behind the vehicle while back-
ing up and the system determines that the possibility of colliding with the 
detected pedestrian is high, a buzzer will sound. If the system determines that 
the possibility of colliding with the detected pedestrian is extremely high, the 
brakes will be applied automatically to help reduce the impact of the collision.

Examples of system operation

Center Display



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Parking Support Brake function (rear 

pedestrians) will operate when

The function will operate when the PKSB 

OFF indicator is not illuminated or flashing 


P.61, 62) and all of the following condi-

tions are met:

Engine output restriction control

• The Parking Support Brake is enabled.

• The vehicle speed is 9 mph (15 km/h) or 


• The shift lever is in R.

• The rear camera sensor detects a pedes-

trian behind the vehicle while backing up 

and the system determines that the possi-

bility of colliding with the detected 

pedestrian is high.

Brake control

• Engine output restriction control is oper-


• The Parking Support Brake determines 

that an emergency brake operation is 

necessary to avoid a collision with a 


The Parking Support Brake function 

(rear pedestrians) will stop operating 


The function will stop operating if any of the 

following conditions are met:

Engine output restriction control

• The Parking Support Brake is disabled.

• The collision becomes avoidable with 

normal brake operation.

• The pedestrian is no longer detected 

behind your vehicle.

Brake control

• The Parking Support Brake is disabled.

• Approximately 2 seconds have elapsed 

since the vehicle was stopped by brake 


• The brake pedal is depressed after the 

vehicle is stopped by brake control.

• The pedestrian is no longer detected 

behind your vehicle.

Detection area of the Parking Support 

Brake function (rear pedestrians)

The detection area of the Parking Support 

Brake function (rear pedestrians) differs 

from the detection area of the RCD func-

tion (

P.216). Therefore, even if the RCD 

function detects a pedestrian an alert, the 

Parking Support Brake function (rear 

pedestrians) may not start operating.

Situations in which the system may not 

operate properly

Some pedestrians, such as the following, 

may not be detected by the Parking Sup-

port Brake function (rear pedestrians), 

preventing the function from operating 


• Pedestrians who are bending forward or 


• Pedestrians who are lying down

• Pedestrians who are running

• Pedestrians who suddenly enter the 

detection area

• People riding a bicycle, skateboard, or 

other light vehicle

• Pedestrians wearing oversized clothing 

such as a rain coat, long skirt, etc., making 

their silhouette obscure

• Pedestrians whose body is partially hid-

den by an object, such as a cart or 


• Pedestrians which are obscured by dark-

ness, such as at night

In some situations, such as the following, 

pedestrians may not be detected by the 

Parking Support Brake function (rear 

pedestrians), preventing the function 

from operating properly:

• When backing up in inclement weather 

(rain, snow, fog, etc.)

• When the rear camera is obscured (dirt, 

snow, ice, etc. are attached) or scratched

• When a very bright light, such as the sun, 

or the headlights of another vehicle, 

shines directly into the rear camera

• When backing up in a place where the 

surrounding brightness changes sud-

denly, such as at the entrance or exit of a 


If the Parking Support Brake function 

(rear pedestrians) operates unneces-


Depress the brake pedal immediately 

after the Parking Support Brake function 

(rear pedestrians) operates. (Operation 

of the function is canceled by depressing 

the brake pedal.) 


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garage or underground parking lot

• When backing up in a dim environment 

such as during dusk or in an underground 

parking lot

Even though there are no pedestrians in 

the detection area, some objects, such as 

the following, may be detected, possibly 

causing the Parking Support Brake func-

tion (rear pedestrians) to operate.

• Three dimensional objects, such as a 

pole, traffic cone, fence, or parked vehi-


• Moving objects, such as a car or motor-


• Objects moving toward your vehicle 

when backing up, such as flags or pud-

dles (or airborne matter, such as smoke, 

steam, rain, or snow)

• Cobblestone or gravel roads, tram rails, 

road repairs, white lines, pedestrian 

crossings or fallen leaves on the road

• Metal covers (gratings), such as those 

used for drainage ditches

• Objects reflected in a puddle or on a wet 

road surface

• The roadside or bumps on the road 

• Shadows  on  the  road

In some situations, such as the following, 

the Parking Support Brake function (rear 

pedestrians) may operate even though 

there are no pedestrians in the detection 


• When backing up toward the roadside or 

a bump on the road

• If the vehicle is significantly tilted, such as 

when carrying a heavy load

• When backing up toward an 


• If the suspension has been modified or 

tires of a size other than specified are 


• If the rear of the vehicle is raised or low-

ered due to the carried load

• If an electronic component, such as a 

backlit license plate or rear fog light, is 

installed near the rear camera

• If a bumper protector, such as an addi-

tional trim strip, is installed to the rear 


• If the orientation of the rear camera has 

been changed due to a collision or other 

impact, or removal and installation

• If a towing eyelet is installed to the rear of 

the vehicle

• When water is flowing over the rear cam-

era lens

• When the rear camera is obscured (dirt, 

snow, ice, etc. are attached) or scratched

• If there is a flashing light in the detection 

area, such as the emergency flashers of 

another vehicle


4-5. Using the driving support systems

ABS (Anti-lock Brake System)

Helps to prevent wheel lock when the 
brakes are applied suddenly, or if the 
brakes are applied while driving on a 
slippery road surface

Brake assist

Generates an increased level of brak-
ing force after the brake pedal is 
depressed when the system detects a 
panic stop situation

VSC (Vehicle Stability Control)

Helps the driver to control skidding 
when swerving suddenly or turning on 
slippery road surfaces

Enhanced VSC (Enhanced Vehi-
cle Stability Control)

Provides cooperative control of the 
Helps to maintain directional stability 
when swerving on slippery road sur-
faces by controlling steering perfor-

Secondary Collision Brake (SCB)

When the airbag sensor detects a colli-
sion, the brakes and brake lights are 
automatically controlled to reduce the 
vehicle speed and that helps reduce 
the possibility of further damage due to 
a secondary collision

TRAC (Traction Control)

Helps to maintain drive power and pre-
vent the drive wheels from spinning 
when starting the vehicle or accelerat-
ing on slippery roads

Active Cornering Assist (ACA)

Helps to prevent the vehicle from drift-
ing to the outer side by performing 
inner wheel brake control when 
attempting to accelerate during cor-

Hill-start assist control

Helps to reduce the backward move-
ment of the vehicle when starting on an 

EPS (Electric Power Steering)

Employs an electric motor to reduce 
the amount of effort needed to turn the 
steering wheel

AVS (Adaptive Variable Suspen-
sion System) (if equipped)

By independently controlling the 
damping force of the shock absorbers 
for each of the 4 wheels according to 
the road and driving conditions, this 
system helps riding comfort with supe-
rior vehicle stability, and helps good 
vehicle posture.
Also, the damping force changes 
depending on the selected driving 

Driving assist systems

To keep driving safety and perfor-
mance, the following systems oper-
ate automatically in response to 
various driving situations. Be aware, 
however, that these systems are 
supplementary and should not be 
relied upon too heavily when oper-
ating the vehicle.

Summary of the driving assist 


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mode. (


When the TRAC/VSC systems are 


The slip indicator light will flash while the 

TRAC/VSC systems are operating.

Disabling the TRAC system

If the vehicle gets stuck in mud, dirt or snow, 

the TRAC system may reduce power from 

the engine to the wheels. Pressing the 

 switch to turn the system off may 

make it easier for you to rock the vehicle in 

order to free it.
To turn the TRAC system off, quickly press 
and release the 


“Traction Control Turned Off” will be shown 

on the multi-information display. 
Press the 

 switch again to turn the sys-

tem back on.

Disabling both TRAC and VSC systems

To turn the TRAC and VSC systems off, 
press and hold the 

 switch for more 

than 3 seconds while the vehicle is stopped.
The VSC OFF indicator light will come on 

and the “Traction Control Turned Off” will 
be shown on the multi-information display.


Press the 

 switch again to turn the sys-

tems back on.


: PCS (Pre-Collision System) will also be 

disabled (only Pre-Collision warning is 
available). The PCS warning light will 
come on and a message will be displayed 
on the multi-information display. 


When the message is displayed on the 

multi-information display showing that 

TRAC has been disabled even if the 

 switch has not been pressed

TRAC cannot be operated. Contact your 

Lexus dealer.

Operating conditions of hill-start assist 


When the following four conditions are met, 

the hill-start assist control will operate:

The shift lever is in a position other than P 

or N (when starting off forward/back-

ward on an upward incline).

The vehicle is stopped.

The accelerator pedal is not depressed.

The parking brake is not engaged.

Automatic system cancelation of hill-

start assist control

The hill-start assist control will turn off in any 

of the following situations:

The shift lever is shifted to P or N.

The accelerator pedal is depressed.

The parking brake is engaged.

2 seconds at maximum elapsed after the 

brake pedal is released.

Sounds and vibrations caused by the 

ABS, brake assist, VSC, TRAC and hill-

start assist control systems

A sound may be heard from the engine 

compartment when the brake pedal is 

depressed repeatedly, when the engine is 

started or just after the vehicle begins to 

move. This sound does not indicate that a 

malfunction has occurred in any of these 



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Any of the following conditions may 

occur when the above systems are oper-

ating. None of these indicates that a mal-

function has occurred.

• Vibrations may be felt through the vehicle 

body and steering.

• A motor sound may also be heard after 

the vehicle comes to a stop.

• The brake pedal may pulsate slightly after 

the ABS is activated.

• The brake pedal may move down slightly 

after the ABS is activated.

Active Cornering Assist operation 

sounds and vibrations

When Active Cornering Assist is operated, 

operation sounds and vibrations may be 

generated from the brake system, but this is 

not a malfunction.

EPS operation sound

When the steering wheel is operated, a 

motor sound (whirring sound) may be 

heard. This does not indicate a malfunction.

Automatic reactivation of TRAC and 

VSC systems

After turning the TRAC and VSC systems 

off, the systems will be automatically re-

enabled in the following situations:

When the engine switch is turned off

If only the TRAC system is turned off, the 

TRAC will turn on when vehicle speed 


If both the TRAC and VSC systems are 

turned off, automatic re-enabling will not 

occur when vehicle speed increases.

Secondary Collision Brake operating 


The vehicle speed is approximately 6 mph 

(10 km/h) or more and the airbag sensor 

detects a collision. (The Secondary Colli-

sion Brake will not operate when the vehicle 

speed is below approximately 6 mph [10 


Secondary Collision Brake automatic 


The Secondary Collision Brake is automati-

cally canceled in the following situations.

The vehicle speed drops below approxi-

mately 6 mph (10 km/h)

A certain amount of time elapses during 


The accelerator pedal is depressed a 

large amount

Operating conditions of Active Corner-

ing Assist

The system operates in the following situa-


TRAC/VSC can operate

The system determines that the vehicle is 

drifting to the outer side when attempting 

to accelerate during cornering

The brake pedal is released

Reduced effectiveness of the EPS sys-


The effectiveness of the EPS system is 

reduced to prevent the system from over-

heating when there is frequent steering 

input over an extended period of time. The 

steering wheel may feel heavy as a result. 

Should this occur, refrain from excessive 

steering input or stop the vehicle and turn 

the engine off. The EPS system should 

return to normal within 10 minutes.


The ABS does not operate effectively 


The limits of tire gripping performance 

have been exceeded (such as exces-

sively worn tires on a snow covered 


The vehicle hydroplanes while driving 

at high speed on wet or slick roads.

Stopping distance when the ABS is 

operating may exceed that of normal 


The ABS is not designed to shorten the 

vehicle’s stopping distance. Always main-

tain a safe distance from the vehicle in 

front of you, especially in the following 


When driving on dirt, gravel or snow-

covered roads

When driving with tire chains


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When driving over bumps in the road

When driving over roads with potholes 

or uneven surfaces

TRAC/VSC may not operate effec-

tively when

Directional control and power may not 

be achievable while driving on slippery 

road surfaces, even if the TRAC/VSC 

system is operating. 

Drive the vehicle carefully in conditions 

where stability and power may be lost.

Active Cornering Assist does not 

operate effectively when

Do not rely solely upon Active Cor-

nering Assist. Active Cornering Assist 

may not operate effectively when 

accelerating down slopes or driving on 

slippery road surfaces.

When Active Cornering Assist fre-

quently operates, Active Cornering 

Assist may temporarily stop operating 

to ensure proper operation of the 

brakes, TRAC, VSC.

Hill- start assist control does not 

operate effectively when

Do not overly rely on hill-start assist 

control. Hill-start assist control may 

not operate effectively on steep 

inclines and roads covered with ice.

Unlike the parking brake, hill-start 

assist control is not intended to hold 

the vehicle stationary for an extended 

period of time. Do not attempt to use 

hill-start assist control to hold the vehi-

cle on an incline, as doing so may lead 

to an accident.

When the TRAC/VSC is activated

The slip indicator light flashes. Always 

drive carefully. Reckless driving may 

cause an accident. Exercise particular 

care when the indicator light flashes.

When the TRAC/VSC systems are 

turned off

Be especially careful and drive at a speed 

appropriate to the road conditions. As 

these are the systems to help ensure 

vehicle stability and driving force, do not 

turn the TRAC/VSC systems off unless 


Secondary Collision Brake

Do not overly rely on the Secondary Col-

lision Brake. This system is designed to 

help reduce the possibility of further 

damage due to a secondary collision, 

however, that effect changes according 

to various conditions. Overly relying on 

the system may result in death or serious 


Replacing tires

Make sure that all tires are of the speci-

fied size, brand, tread pattern and total 

load capacity. In addition, make sure that 

the tires are inflated to the recom-

mended tire inflation pressure level.
The ABS, TRAC and VSC systems will 

not function correctly if different tires are 

installed on the vehicle. 

Contact your Lexus dealer for further 

information when replacing tires or 


Handling of tires and the suspension

Using tires with any kind of problem or 

modifying the suspension will affect the 

driving assist systems, and may cause a 

system to malfunction.


4-6. Driving tips

4-6.Driving tips

 Use fluids that are appropriate to 

the prevailing outside temperatures.

• Engine  oil
• Engine coolant
• Washer  fluid

 Have a service technician inspect 

the condition of the battery.

 Have the vehicle fitted with four 

snow tires or purchase a set of tire 
chains for the front tires.


Ensure that all tires are the specified size 
and brand, and that chains match the size 
of the tires.


: Tire chains cannot be mounted on vehi-

cles with 18-inch/19-inch tires.

Perform the following according to the 
driving conditions:
 Do not try to forcibly open a window 

Winter driving tips

Carry out the necessary prepara-
tions and inspections before driving 
the vehicle in winter. Always drive 
the vehicle in a manner appropriate 
to the prevailing weather condi-

Preparation for winter


Driving with snow tires

Observe the following precautions to 

reduce the risk of accidents. 

Failure to do so may result in a loss of 

vehicle control and cause death or seri-

ous injury.

Use tires of the specified size.

Maintain the recommended level of air 


Do not drive in excess of 75 mph (120 

km/h), regardless of the type of snow 

tires being used.

Use snow tires on all, not just some 


Driving with tire chains (vehicles with 

17-inch tires)

Observe the following precautions to 

reduce the risk of accidents.
Failure to do so may result in the vehicle 

being unable to be driven safely, and may 

cause death or serious injury.

Do not drive in excess of the speed 

limit specified for the tire chains being 

used, or 30 mph (50 km/h), which-

ever is lower.

Avoid driving on bumpy road surfaces 

or over potholes.

Avoid sudden acceleration, abrupt 

steering, sudden braking and shifting 

operations that cause sudden engine 


Slow down sufficiently before entering 

a curve to ensure that vehicle control is 


Do not use LTA (Lane Tracing Assist) 



Repairing or replacing snow tires

Request repairs or replacement of snow 

tires from Lexus dealers or legitimate tire 


This is because the removal and attach-

ment of snow tires affects the operation 

of the tire pressure warning valves and 


Before driving the vehicle


4-6. Driving tips





or move a wiper that is frozen. Pour 
warm water over the frozen area to 
melt the ice. Wipe away the water 
immediately to prevent it from 

 To ensure proper operation of the 

climate control system fan, remove 
any snow that has accumulated on 
the air inlet vents in front of the 

 Check for and remove any excess 

ice or snow that may have accumu-
lated on the exterior lights, vehicle’s 
roof, chassis, around the tires or on 
the brakes.

 Remove any snow or mud from the 

bottom of your shoes before getting 
in the vehicle.

To protect the windshield wipers


Accelerate the vehicle slowly, keep a 
safe distance between you and the 
vehicle ahead, and drive at a reduced 
speed suitable to road conditions.

 Park the vehicle and move the shift 

lever to P without setting the park-
ing brake. The parking brake may 
freeze up, preventing it from being 
released. If the vehicle is parked 
without setting the parking brake, 
make sure to block the wheels. 
Failure to do so may be dangerous 
because it may cause the vehicle to 

move unexpectedly, possibly lead-
ing to an accident.

 If the vehicle is parked without set-

ting the parking brake, confirm that 
the shift lever cannot be moved out 
of P




: The shift lever will be locked if it is 

attempted to be shifted from P to any 
other position without depressing the 
brake pedal. If the shift lever can be 
shifted from P, there may be a problem 
with the shift lock system. Have the vehi-
cle inspected by your Lexus dealer 

Vehicles with 17-inch tires

Use the correct tire chain size when 
mounting the tire chains.
Chain size is regulated for each tire 

Side chain:

0.12 in. (3 mm) in diameter

0.39 in. (10 mm) in width

1.18 in. (30 mm) in length

Cross chain:

0.16 in. (4 mm) in diameter

0.55 in. (14 mm) in width

When driving the vehicle

When parking the vehicle

Selecting tire chains





4-6. Driving tips

0.98 in. (25 mm) in length

Vehicles with 18-inch/19-inch tires

Tire chains cannot be mounted.

Snow tires should be used instead.

Regulations regarding the use of tire 
chains vary depending on location and 
type of road. Always check local regu-
lations before installing chains.

Tire chain installation

Observe the following precautions when 

installing and removing chains:

Install and remove tire chains in a safe 


Install tire chains on the front tires. Do not 

install tire chains on the rear tires.

Install tire chains on front tires as tightly as 

possible. Retighten chains after driving 

1/4 - 1/2 mile (0.5 - 1.0 km).

Install tire chains following the instruc-

tions provided with the tire chains.

To enable the windshield wipers to be 
lifted when heavy snow or icy condi-
tions are expected, change the rest 
position of the windshield wipers from 
the retracted position below the hood 
to the service position using the wiper 

lever. (


Regulations on the use of tire 
chains (vehicles with 17-inch 


Fitting tire chains

The tire pressure warning valves and 

transmitters may not function correctly 

when tire chains are fitted.

Windshield wipers





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Interior features

5-1. Remote Touch

Remote Touch............................


5-2. Lexus Climate Concierge

Lexus Climate Concierge.....


5-3. Using the air conditioning system

Automatic air conditioning system



Heated steering wheel/seat heat-

ers/seat ventilators................


5-4. Using the interior lights

Interior lights list..........................


5-5. Using the storage features

List of storage features............


Trunk features.............................


5-6. Using the other interior features

Other interior features ...........


Garage door opener...............




Lexus Enform Safety Connect



Lexus Enform Remote ............


Lexus Enform Service Connect




5-1. Remote Touch

5-1.Remote Touch


8-inch display model

“HOME” button

Press this button to display the home 

12.3-inch display model

“MAP” button

Press to display the current location.

“MENU” button

Press to display the menu screen.

Back button

Press to display the previous screen.


Slide your finger on the touchpad and 
move the pointer to select a function, letter 
and screen button.
Press the touchpad to enter the selected 

function, letter or screen button. Certain 
finger movements on the touchpad can 
perform functions, such as changing map 
scalings and scrolling list screens.

Sub function button


 is displayed on the screen, a 

function screen assigned to the screen can 
be displayed.

Using the touchpad


Select: Touch the touchpad to 
select the desired button on the 


Enter: The buttons on the screen 
can be selected by either depress-
ing or double tapping on the touch-
pad. Once a button has been 
selected, the screen will change.

Touch operation

Operations are performed by touching 
the touchpad with your finger.
 Trace

Trace the pad surface while maintaining 
contact with the touchpad. Moving the 
cursor and the pointer.

Remote Touch

The Remote Touch can be used to 
operate the Center Display.
For details on the Remote touch, 
refer to the “NAVIGATION AND 

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 Double tap

Tap the touchpad twice, quickly. Select the 
button on the screen.

 Flick

Quick and long movement along the 
touchpad with your finger. Move the list 

 Pinch in/Pinch out

Slide fingers toward each other or apart on 
the touchpad. Change the scale of the 

Menu screen

Press the “MENU” button on the 
Remote Touch to display the menu 
The display may differ depending on 
the type of the system.


To prevent damage to the Remote 


Observe the following precautions. Fail-

ure to do so may cause damage to the 

Remote Touch.

Do not allow the Remote Touch to 

come into contact with food, liquid, 

stickers or lit cigarettes.

Do not subject the Remote Touch to 

excessive pressure or strong impact.

Do not push the touchpad with a 

strong force or use a sharp pointed 

object to operate the pad.

Center Display overview








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