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ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL STOP AND GO (2/13)
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5
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Location of the camera 1
Controls
6
Cruising speed activation, storage
and decrease switch (SET/-).
Make sure the windscreen is not ob-
3 Safe distance settings
scured (by dirt, mud, snow, etc.).
7
Switch to activate and increase cruis-
4 Switch the function to standby (with
ing speed or to recall the memorised
cruising speed saved) (0).
cruising speed (RES/+).
Location of the radar 2
5 Adaptive cruise control main stop/
Make sure that the radar protection
start switch
cover is not obscured (by dirt, mud,
snow, incorrectly fitted number plate
etc.), impacted or altered
(including
paintwork).
The radar and camera
zones must be kept clean
and free of any tampering in
order to ensure the proper
operation of the system.
2.104
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL STOP AND GO (3/13)
Switching on
Activating cruise control
8
Press switch 5.
When the vehicle is stationary or
moving at a steady speed, press
Warning light
appears in grey, and
11
switches 6 (SET/-) or 7 (RES/+) to acti-
the message “Adaptive Cruise Ctl ON”
9
vate the function and store the current
appears on the instrument panel, ac-
10
speed. The minimum cruising speed is
companied by dashes to indicate that
19 mph (30 km/h).
the cruise control function is activated
and waiting to store a cruising speed.
The cruising speed 11 replaces the
dashes and cruise control is confirmed
This function cannot be activated when:
by the appearance of the cruising
- the parking brake is applied;
speed in green and warning light
- the Park Assist function is already
If you attempt to activate the function at
activated ➥ 2.129.
a speed over 105 mph (170 km/h), the
The message Adaptive Cruise Ctl una-
message “Invalid Speed” appears and
vailable is displayed on the instrument
the function remains inactive.
Displays
panel.
Once a cruising speed is stored and
8
Stop and Go adaptive cruise con-
the cruise control function is active,
trol warning light.
you may lift your foot off the accelera-
tor pedal.
9
Vehicle in front.
Note: if your vehicle speed is lower
10
Stored safe distance
than about
19 mph (30 km/h), the
11
Stored cruising speed.
function uses a default cruising speed
of 19 mph (30 km/h). The vehicle will
accelerate until it reaches the stored
cruising speed.
Important: you should keep
your feet near the pedals at
all times to prepare for any
event.
2.105
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL STOP AND GO (4/13)
Safe distance control
activation
As soon as cruise control is activated,
the default safe distance 10 is displayed
in green on the instrument panel. The
default safe distance corresponds to
approximately two seconds (see follow-
A
ing pages).
B
3
If the system detects a vehicle in your
C
lane, an outline of a vehicle 9 appears
above the distance gauge 10 on the in-
7
D
strument panel.
6
Your vehicle adapts its speed to that
of the vehicle in front and applies the
brakes if necessary (the brake lights
Setting the cruising speed
Adjusting the following
come on) in order to maintain the dis-
tance displayed on the instrument
You can vary the speed by repeatedly
distance
panel.
pressing (for low variation) or pressing
You can vary the safe distance from the
and holding (for high variation) switch 6
vehicle in front at any time by pressing
Note: the size of the 9 outline varies ac-
or 7:
switch 3 repeatedly.
cording to the distance separating you
from the vehicle in front. The larger the
- use the “SET/-” switch 6 to reduce
The horizontal distance gauge on the
outline, the closer the vehicle in front.
the speed;
instrument panel indicates the various
- use the “RES/+” switch 7 to increase
available safe distances:
the speed.
- distance gauge A: long distance
(corresponding to approximately
2.4 seconds);
2.106
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL STOP AND GO (5/13)
Adjusting the safe distance
(cont.)
- distance gauge B: intermediate dis-
11
tance 2 (corresponding to approxi-
mately 2 seconds);
- distance gauge C: intermediate dis-
tance 1 (corresponding to approxi-
11
mately 1.6 seconds);
- distance gauge D: short distance
(corresponding to approximately
1.2 seconds).
The selected distance gauge appears
in green on the instrument panel. The
other gauges remain in grey.
Exceeding the cruising speed
Then, release the accelerator pedal:
Note: the distance must be set accord-
the cruise control and safe distance
ing to the traffic level, local regulation
The cruising speed may be exceeded
control will automatically resume the
and weather conditions.
at any time by applying the accelerator
speed and distance instructions that
pedal.
you had previously selected.
If it is exceeded, the cruising speed 11
appears in red.
Overtaking manoeuvre
The distance gauge flashes if the dis-
If you wish to overtake the vehicle in
tance between your vehicle and the
front, activating the indicator will tem-
vehicle in front is less than the safe
porarily cancel the safe distance con-
distance selected: the “safe distance
trol and enable an acceleration speed
control” function is no longer active.
sufficient to complete overtaking.
The safe distance is adjusted by de-
fault on the distance gauge B.
2.107
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL STOP AND GO (6/13)
Stopping the vehicle and
Putting the function on
setting off
standby
If the vehicle in front slows down, the
You can set the function to standby
system adapts its speed to bring the
when:
vehicle to a complete stop if necessary
- you press switch 4 (0);
(e.g. in heavy traffic). The vehicle stops
- you apply the brake pedal while the
a few metres from the vehicle in front.
vehicle is moving.
The Stop and Start function can put the
engine on standby ➥ 2.12.
The function is deactivated by the
system if:
4
When the vehicle in front sets off again:
- you put the gearbox in P, R or N;
7
- if the stop does not exceed about
- you unbuckle the driver’s seatbelt;
three seconds, the vehicle sets off
- you open one of the opening ele-
automatically without any action by
ments;
the driver;
- you press the engine start/stop
– if the stop exceeds about three sec-
button;
In all circumstances, the standby is con-
onds, you must apply the accelera-
- the slope is too steep;
firmed when the warning lights appear
tor pedal or press button 7 (RES/+) in
- the vehicle speed is above 112 mph
in grey and the message “Adaptive
order for the vehicle to set off again.
(180 km/h);
Cruise Ctl Disconnected” appears on
The message “Press RES/+ or ac-
- certain driving aids and correction
the instrument panel.
celerate” appears on the instrument
devices are triggered (active emer-
panel to confirm.
gency braking, ABS, ESC, etc.)
If the stop exceeds about three min-
utes, the electronic parking brake is au-
tomatically applied and the Stop and Go
Putting the Stop and Go
adaptive cruise control is deactivated.
adaptive cruise control in
The
indicator light goes out to con-
standby or switching it off
firm that the function is deactivated.
does not cause a rapid re-
duction in speed: you must brake
by applying the brake pedal if nec-
essary.
2.108
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL STOP AND GO (7/13)
Exit from standby
Depending on the situation, the system
sounds a beep associated with:
Based on the stored cruising speed
- the orange alert E if the situation re-
If a speed is stored, it can be recalled,
quires the driver’s attention;
E
once you are sure that the road con-
or
ditions are suitable (traffic, road sur-
face, weather conditions, etc.). Press
- the red alert F accompanied by the
switch 7 (RES/+) in the range of con-
message “Brake”, if the situation re-
firmed speeds.
quires the driver’s immediate atten-
When the stored speed is recalled, acti-
tion.
vation of the cruise control is confirmed
In all situations, react accordingly
by the illumination of the cruising speed
F
and perform the appropriate ma-
in green.
noeuvres.
Note: if the stored speed is higher than
the current speed, the vehicle will ac-
celerate to reach that speed.
“Take control of the vehicle”
Based on the current speed
warnings
When the cruise control is set to
In some situations (e.g. coming upon
standby, pressing switch 6 (SET/-) re-
a much slower vehicle, vehicle in
activates the cruise control function
front changing lanes quickly etc.), the
without taking into account the stored
system may not have time to react.
speed: it is the speed at which the vehi-
cle is moving that is taken into account.
2.109
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL STOP AND GO (8/13)
Operating faults
If the radar detection area is obstructed
or the radar signal is disrupted, the
If a Stop and Go adaptive cruise control
message “Front radar no visibility” is
function operating fault is detected, the
displayed on the instrument panel and
message “Check adaptive cruise con-
the Stop and Go adaptive cruise con-
trol appears on the instrument panel
trol is interrupted. The green warning
and the Stop and Go adaptive cruise
light
disappears to confirm that the
control function is deactivated.
function has been automatically deac-
tivated.
If an operating fault is detected on one
Ensure that the radar area is kept clean
or more components of the system, the
and is not obstructed by snow, mud, a
Stop and Go adaptive cruise control
8
badly fitted number plate or any acces-
function is deactivated.
6
sory fitted at grille level on the front of
The
warning light appears on
7
the vehicle.
the instrument panel along with, de-
Conditions in certain geographical
pending on the malfunction, one of the
areas may hinder the function, for ex-
following messages:
Switching off the function
ample:
- “Front camera to check”;
The Stop and Go adaptive cruise con-
- arid zones, tunnels, long bridges or
trol function is deactivated when you
lightly used roads without road lines,
- “Front radar to check”;
press the 6 switch.
without signs or trees nearby;
- “Camera/Radar to check”;
The warning light
disappears from
– a military or airport zone.
- “Check vehicle”.
the instrument panel to confirm that the
You must leave such areas in order for
Consult an approved dealer.
function is no longer active.
the function to work.
In all cases, if the message is not
Temporary unavailability
erased after the engine is restarted,
please contact an authorised dealer.
The radar is able to detect vehicles
in front of your vehicle. The system
cannot operate correctly if the radar de-
tection area is obscured or if its signal
is disrupted.
2.110
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL STOP AND GO (9/13)
G
H
J
Limitations of system
The system cannot detect:
Detection during cornering
operation
- vehicles arriving at intersections: slip
When entering a corner or bend, the
road (e.g. H) etc.;
radar and/or camera may temporarily
Vehicle detection
not be able to detect the vehicle in front
- vehicles driving on the wrong side of
The system detects only vehicles (cars,
(e.g. J).
the road or reversing towards you.
trucks, motorbikes) that are moving in
The system may trigger an accelera-
the same direction as your vehicle.
tion.
A vehicle turning into the same lane
When exiting a bend, the system’s de-
(e.g. G) will be taken into account by
tection of the vehicle in front may be
the system only once it enters the
disrupted or delayed.
camera and radar detection areas.
The system may trigger abrupt or
The system may trigger abrupt or
delayed braking.
delayed braking.
The Stop and Go adaptive cruise
control must only be used on a mo-
torway (or multi-lane road with a
central barrier).
2.111
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL STOP AND GO (10/13)
K
L
M
Detection of vehicles in adjacent
Vehicles hidden due to variations in
- vehicles transporting long objects
lanes
ground relief
which exceed the line;
The system may detect vehicles driving
The system will not detect vehicles
- the actual length of tall vehicles
on an adjacent lane when:
hidden due to variations in ground relief
(e.g. L) outside the radar detection
or those located outside of the camera
area (construction machine, agricul-
- you drive into a bend (e.g. K);
and radar detection areas when driving
tural equipment towing vehicle, etc.)
- you are driving on a road with narrow
uphill or downhill.
;
lanes;
- vehicles insufficiently centred in the
Vehicles outside the camera and
- the speed of the vehicle on the ad-
lane;
radar detection areas.
jacent lane is slower and if one of
- narrow vehicles which are very close
these vehicles is located too close to
The system will react late or not at all
(e.g. M).
the lane of the other.
if the detected vehicles are outside the
camera and radar detection areas, par-
The system may incorrectly trigger
ticularly in the following cases:
vehicle slowing or braking.
2.112
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL STOP AND GO (11/13)
12
P
13
N
Q
Stationary and slow moving
- vehicles in front12 which change
Non-detection of fixed obstacles
vehicles
lane, revealing a stationary vehi-
and objects of a small size
cle 13 (e.g. P).
When your speed is over approximately
The system cannot detect:
31 mph (50 km/h), the system does
- pedestrians, bikes, scooters, etc. ;
not detect:
- animals;
- stationary vehicles (e.g N);
- fixed obstacles (toll barriers, walls,
- very slow moving vehicles.
etc.) (e.g. Q).
When your speed is less than approxi-
These are not taken into account by the
Always be ready to take control
mately 31 mph (50 km/h), the system
system. They do not trigger any alert or
of your vehicle when you come
may not react or may react very late
reaction by the system.
upon stationary or very slow
to:
moving vehicles (e.g. N).
- stationary vehicles (e.g N);
The Stop and Go adaptive cruise
- very slow moving vehicles;
control does not trigger an emer-
gency stop and its braking capabil-
ity is limited.
2.113
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL STOP AND GO (12/13)
This function is an additional driving aid. It can under no circumstances replace the driver’s responsibility to respect
speed limits and safe distances and to be vigilant.
The driver must always be in control of the vehicle.
The driver must always adapt their speed to the surroundings and driving conditions, regardless of system indications.
Except for lines delimiting lanes, traffic indicators (traffic lights, signs, pedestrian crossings etc.) are not recognised by
the system. These do not trigger any alert or reaction by the system.
The system should under no circumstances be taken to be an obstacle detector or an anti-collision system.
The Stop and Go adaptive cruise control must only be used on a motorway (or multi-lane road with a central barrier).
System servicing/repairs
- In the event of an impact, the radar and/or camera alignment may be changed and its operation may consequently be af-
fected. Deactivate the system and consult an authorised dealer.
- Any work in the proximity of the radar and/or camera (replacements, repairs, windscreen modifications, paintwork etc.) must
be carried out by a qualified professional.
Only an authorised dealer is qualified to service the system.
Deactivating the function
You must disable the function if:
- the vehicle is travelling on a windy road;
- the vehicle is being towed (breakdowns);
- the vehicle is towing a trailer or a caravan;
- the vehicle is being driven in a tunnel or close to a metallic structure;
- the vehicle arrives at a toll point, a roadwork area or on a narrow lane;
- the vehicle is being driven up or down a very steep slope;
- the visibility is poor (glaring sun, fog, etc.) ;
- the vehicle is being driven on a slippery road surface (rain, snow, gravel, etc.) ;
- the weather conditions are poor (rain, snow, side winds, etc.) ;
- the radar area has been damaged (impacts etc.) ;
- the camera area has been damaged (e.g. interior or exterior windscreen area); the windscreen is cracked or distorted.
In the event of the system behaving abnormally, deactivate it and consult an authorised dealer.
2.114
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL STOP AND GO (13/13)
In the event of system disturbance
Some conditions can disturb or damage the operation of the system, such as:
- the windscreen or bumper is obscured in the area of the radar (dirt, ice, snow, condensation, number plate etc.) ;
- a complex environment (tunnel etc.);
- poor weather conditions (snow, heavy rain, hail, black ice, etc.);
- poor visibility (night, fog etc.);
- being dazzled (glaring sun, lights of vehicles travelling in the opposite direction etc.);
- narrow, winding or undulating road (tight bends etc.) ;
- a slower vehicle with a significant difference in speed;
- use of mats not adapted to the vehicle. On the driver's side, only use mats suitable for the vehicle, attached with the pre-
fitted components, and check the fitting regularly. Do not lay one mat on top of another. There is a risk of wedging the
pedals.
In these cases, the system may wrongly intervene.
Risk of unwanted braking or acceleration.
Many unforeseen situations may affect the system operation. Certain objects or vehicles that can appear in the camera or
radar detection zone may be interpreted by the system incorrectly, possibly leading to inappropriate acceleration or braking.
You should always be attentive to sudden events that might occur while you are driving. Always keep your vehicle
under control by keeping your feet near the pedals, so that you are ready to act in any event.
2.115
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (1/7)
Depending on the vehicle, the system
Location of the ultrasonic
detects obstacles to the front, the rear
sensors 1
and the sides of the vehicle.
Ensure that the ultrasonic sensors indi-
The parking distance control system
cated by the arrows 1 are not obscured
1
is only activated when the vehicle is
(by dirt, mud, snow, a badly fitted/at-
driven at a speed below approximately
tached number plate), impacted, mod-
6 mph (10 km/h).
ified (including paintwork) or obstructed
The function does not take into account
by any accessory fitted to the rear and/
towing or carrying systems that are not
or, depending on the vehicle, to the
recognised by the system.
front or sides of your vehicle.
This measurement is indicated by
beeps which become more frequent the
closer you come to the obstacle, until
they become a continuous beep when
the vehicle is approximately
20 to
Operating principle
30 centimetres from the obstacle.
Ultrasonic sensors, indicated
by
arrows 1, are fitted in the bumpers to
measure the distance between the ve-
hicle and an obstacle.
This function is an additional driving aid.
Under no circumstances should it replace the driver’s care or responsi-
bility whilst reversing.
The driver should always be ready for sudden incidents while driving: always
ensure that there are no small, narrow moving obstacles (such as a child, animal,
pushchair, bicycle, stone, post, etc.) in the blind spot when manoeuvring.
2.116
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (2/7)
Note: for vehicles fitted with the “360°
2
camera” function ➥ 2.73, analysis of the
C
vehicle surroundings (areas A and B)
is not displayed in “Bird’s eye view” or
“Side view” mode.
Operation
Most objects located less near the
front, rear and sides of the vehicle are
detected.
Depending on the distance of the ob-
stacle, the frequency of the beep will
be higher while approaching it, and
A
B
will become a continuous beep around
20 cm away for obstacles to the sides,
Note: the display 2 shows the vehicle
and around 30 cm for obstacles to the
surroundings and emits beeps.
front or rear. The green, orange (or
It is necessary to travel a few metres
yellow depending on the vehicle) and
before the side detection is activated.
red zones will be shown on the C dis-
play.
If all areas have a grey background, the
An impact to the under-
whole area around the vehicle is being
Note: in the event of a change in tra-
side of the vehicle while
monitored:
jectory during a manoeuvre, the risk of
manoeuvring
(e.g. strik-
collision with an obstacle may be sig-
ing a post, raised kerb or
- A: analysis of the vehicle surround-
nalled late.
other street furniture) may result in
ings in progress;
damage to the vehicle (e.g. defor-
- B: analysis of the vehicle surround-
mation of an axle).
ings carried out.
To avoid any risk of accident, have
your vehicle checked by an ap-
proved dealer.
2.117
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (3/7)
If a side obstacle is detected:
4
D
- the beeps become faster and then
sound continuously as the obstacle
gets nearer. Green, orange and red
zones will be displayed on the dis-
play D;
- if there is no risk of collision, no beep
will sound when approaching the ob-
stacle. Green, orange and red zones
will be displayed interspersed on the
display D.
3
Note: in the event of a change in tra-
jectory during a manoeuvre, the risk of
collision with an obstacle may be sig-
nalled late.
Detection of obstacles to the side
Activation/deactivation
Depending on the direction of the
Vehicles fitted with a multimedia
wheels, the system determines the tra-
screen.
jectory of the vehicle and notifies the
driver of any risk or otherwise of a col-
To activate or deactivate the various
lision with an obstacle 3 to the side of
zones covered by the ultrasonic detec-
the vehicle.
tors, please refer to the multimedia in-
structions.
Select “ON” or “OFF”.
An impact to the underside of the vehicle while manoeuvring (e.g. striking a post, raised kerb or other street furniture)
may result in damage to the vehicle (e.g. deformation of an axle).
To avoid any risk of accident, have your vehicle checked by an approved Dealer.
2.118
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (4/7)
Vehicles not fitted with a multimedia
screen
With the vehicle stopped, press the 6
switch to deactivate parking distance
control. Warning light 5 in the switch
lights up. Press again on the 6 switch to
activate the function. The indicator light
built into the 5 switch goes out.
5
Adjustment
6
Vehicles fitted with a multimedia
screen 4
Depending on the vehicle, with the
engine running, some settings can be
System sound
adjusted from the multimedia screen 4.
Enables the system sound
to
be
Please refer to the multimedia instruc-
chosen.
tions for further information.
Deactivating the system sound
Parking distance control audio
Activate or deactivate the parking dis-
volume
tance control sound.
Adjust the volume of the parking dis-
Note: if you deactivate the sound, you
tance control by pressing + or -.
will no longer be notified with beeps
when approaching an obstacle.
When the vehicle is travelling at a
speed below approximately 6 mph
(10 km/h), some noises (motorcy-
cle, lorry, pneumatic drill etc.) may
trigger the beeping sound of the
parking distance control.
2.119
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (5/7)
- select “Beep volume” to adjust the
- when an operating fault is detected.
volume of Park Assist using control 8
Note: if the vehicle is fitted with a
or 9.
towbar recognised by the system, only
the rear Park Assist function is deacti-
vated.
Deactivating the parking
distance control manually
You must disable the function if:
Operating faults
- if towing, carrying or trailer equip-
When the system detects an operating
ment that is unrecognised by the
fault, a beep sounds for approximately
7
8
system is present in front of the ul-
three seconds each time reverse gear
trasonic sensors;
is selected and the message “Check
- in the event of damage to the ultra-
parking distance control” appears on
sonic sensors.
the instrument panel. Consult an ap-
proved dealer.
10
9
Automatic deactivation of the
Vehicles not fitted with a multimedia
parking distance control
screen
The system deactivates:
- With the vehicle stopped, press the 7
- when the vehicle speed is above ap-
switch as many times as required to
proximately 6 mph (10 km/h);
reach the “Vehicle” tab;
- depending on the model, when the
An impact to the under-
- press the 8 or 9 control repeatedly to
vehicle is stationary for more than
side of the vehicle while
reach the “Settings” menu. Press the
approximately 5 seconds and an ob-
manoeuvring
(e.g. strik-
switch 10 OK ;
stacle is detected (such as when in a
ing a post, raised kerb or
traffic jam, etc.);
other street furniture) may result in
- press the 8 or 9 control repeatedly
- when the vehicle is in neutral on
damage to the vehicle (e.g. defor-
to reach the “PARKING ASSIST”
manual gearboxes, or in position N
mation of an axle).
menu. Press the switch 10 OK;
or P on automatic gearboxes;
To avoid any risk of accident, have
your vehicle checked by an ap-
proved dealer.
2.120
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (6/7)
System servicing/repairs
- In the event of an impact, the alignment of the sensors may be altered and their operation may consequently be affected.
Deactivate the function and consult an authorised dealer.
- Any work in the area where the sensors are located (repairs, replacements, etc.) must be carried out by a qualified profes-
sional.
Only an authorised dealer is qualified to service the system.
System disturbance
Some conditions can disrupt or damage the operation of the system, for example:
- poor weather conditions (rain, snow, hail, black ice, etc.);
- in the event of exposure to strong electromagnetic waves (under high-voltage lines, etc.);
- some types of noise (motorcycle, lorry, pneumatic drill etc.);
- fitting an unsuitable towing ball or hook.
Risk of false alarms or absence of warnings
In the event of the system behaving abnormally, deactivate it and consult an authorised dealer.
2.121
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (7/7)
Limitation of the system operation
- The area around the sensors must be kept clean and free of any modifications in order to ensure the proper operation of the
system.
- Small objects moving close to the vehicle (motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians, etc.) may not be recognised by the system.
- The system may not detect objects that are too close to the vehicle.
- The system may not provide a warning when the other vehicles or objects are travelling at a significantly different speed.
- During a change in trajectory, during a manoeuvre, the system may report obstacles with a delay.
- When the vehicle is towing a trailer, the rear Park Assist system must be deactivated
Deactivating the function
You must disable the function if:
- the area around the sensors has been damaged (rear bumper);
- the vehicle is equipped with a towing device that is not recognised by the system (ball, hook, adapter, etc.).
2.122
REVERSING CAMERA (1/2)
2
1
3
4
C
B
A
Operation
Fixed clearance gauge 3
4 moving guide line:
When the vehicle is reversing, the
The fixed clearance gauge comprises
This is shown in blue on the multime-
camera 1 on the luggage compart-
coloured markers A, B and C indicating
dia screen 2. It indicates the vehicle tra-
ment lid transmits a view of the area
the distance behind the vehicle:
jectory according to the position of the
surrounding the rear of the vehicle to
steering wheel.
- A(red) approximately 30 centimetres
the multimedia display 2 accompanied
from the vehicle;
by two guiding lines 3 and 4 (fixed and
- B(yellow) approximately 70 centime-
Special feature
mobile).
tres from the vehicle;
Make sure that the camera is not ob-
This system uses several guidelines for
- C(green) approximately 150 centi-
scured (by dirt, mud, snow, condensa-
its operation (mobile for trajectory and
metres from the vehicle.
tion etc.).
fixed for distance). When the red zone
This gauge remains fixed and indicates
is reached, use the bumper image to
the vehicle trajectory if the wheels are
stop accurately.
in line with the vehicle.
2.123
REVERSING CAMERA (2/2)
2
The screen shows a reverse mirror
image.
The frames are a representation
projected on a flat surface. This in-
formation is to not be taken into ac-
count when superimposed on a
vertical object or an object on the
ground.
Objects which appear on the edge
of the screen may be deformed.
Settings
This function is an additional
In very bright light (snow, vehicle in
While the engine is running, from the
aid. It cannot, therefore,
sunshine, etc.), the camera vision
multimedia screen 2 you can add or
under any circumstances
may be adversely affected.
remove the guides and adjust the
replace the vigilance or the
camera image settings (brightness,
If the boot is open or poorly closed,
responsibility of the driver.
contrast etc.). Please refer to the mul-
the message
“WARNING: Boot
The driver should always be ready
timedia instructions for further informa-
Open” appears and the camera dis-
for sudden incidents while driv-
tion.
play disappears.
ing: always ensure that there are
no small, narrow moving obstacles
(such as a child, animal, pushchair,
bicycle, stone, post, etc.) in the blind
spot when manoeuvring.
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PARKING EXIT WARNING (1/4)
A
B
B
B
B
Using information from the radars in-
Special feature
stalled on each side of the rear bumper
Make sure that the radar area A is not
(area A), the system notifies the driver
obscured (by stickers, mud, snow etc.).
The system’s detection capability
when another vehicle appears in the
depends on the vehicle’s surround-
If a radar is obscured, the message
detection zone B.
ings (static objects etc.) and the
“Side radars no visibility” will appear on
The function is activated if:
condition of the bumper etc.
the instrument panel. Clean the area
where the sensors are located.
- reverse gear is engaged;
and
This function is an addi-
- the vehicle is stationary or driving at
tional driving aid. This func-
a low speed.
tion is not under any cir-
cumstances intended to
replace the due care and attention
of the driver, who should at all times
be in control of the vehicle.
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