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Renault Clio (2022 year). Manual in english - page 10

 

 

SAFE DISTANCE ALERT (1/4)
The function is activated when the vehi-
cle speed is between about 19 and
1
124 mph (30 and 200 km/h).
Location of the camera 1
Make sure the windscreen is not ob-
scured (by dirt, mud, snow, condensa-
tion etc.).
Location of the radar 2
2
Ensure that the radar area is not ob-
structed (by dirt, mud, snow, a badly
fitted front number plate), impacted,
modified (including painting) or hidden
Using the information from the radar 2
by any accessory fitted on the front of
and camera 1, this function informs the
the vehicle (on the grille or logo etc.).
driver of the time interval between their
vehicle and the vehicle in front so that a
safe stopping distance between the two
vehicles can be maintained.
This function is an addi-
tional driving aid. This func-
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.
2.67
SAFE DISTANCE ALERT (2/4)
- press the 5 or 6 control repeatedly to
3
reach the “Distance warning” menu.
Press the switch 7 OK;
- Press the switch 7 OK again to acti-
vate or deactivate the function:
=
function activated
<
function deactivated
4
5
7
6
Activating/deactivating the
Vehicles not fitted with a multimedia
screen
function
- With the vehicle stopped, press the
Vehicles fitted with a multimedia
switch 4 as many times as required
screen 3
to reach the “Vehicle” tab;
To activate or deactivate the function,
- press the 5 or 6 control repeatedly to
refer to the multimedia instructions.
reach the “Settings” menu. Press the
Select “ON” or “OFF”.
switch 7 OK;
- press the 5 or 6 control repeatedly to
reach the “DRIVING ASSIST” menu.
Press the switch 7 OK;
Each time the vehicle is started,
the function continues the mode
saved the last time the engine was
stopped.
2.68
SAFE DISTANCE ALERT (3/4)
- C (orange): the time interval falls be-
8
tween around 1 and 2 seconds (in-
A
sufficient distance between the two
vehicles);
- D (red): the time interval is less than
B
or equal to around one second (very
insufficient distance between the two
The measurement is dis-
vehicles).
played for information: the
If the interval between the two vehi-
system does not carry out
C
cles is less than approximately 0.5 sec-
any action on the vehicle.
onds, the 8 indicator and the D display
This function is not designed for use
will flash in red on the instrument panel
in urban conditions or for a dynamic
D
along with “-.- s”.
driving style (sudden cornering, ac-
Under certain conditions, the time inter-
celeration, braking, etc.), but rather
val may not be displayed:
for stable driving conditions.
Operation
- while cornering;
The function does not interact with
With the function activated, the 8 in-
the braking system.
- when changing lane;
dicator is displayed on the instrument
The radar and camera zones must
panel and informs the driver of the dis-
- if the vehicle in front is sufficiently far
be kept clean and free of any tam-
tance between their vehicle and the ve-
or outside the range of the radar or
pering in order to ensure the proper
hicle in front.
camera.
operation of the system.
- A (grey): function not operational;
Any work carried out in the area
- A (green): no vehicle detected;
where the radar or camera is lo-
cated (repairs, replacements, wind-
- B (green): the time interval is greater
screen and/or bumper modifica-
than or equal to around two seconds
tions, etc.) must be carried out by a
(distance between the two vehicles
qualified professional.
adapted to your speed);
2.69
SAFE DISTANCE ALERT (4/4)
This function is an additional driving aid. This function is not under any circumstances intended to replace the due care
and attention of the driver, who should at all times be in control of the vehicle.
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 function and consult an authorised dealer.
- Any work carried out in the area where the radar and/or camera is located (replacements, repairs, windscreen and/or
bumper modifications, etc.) must be carried out by a qualified professional.
Only an authorised dealer is qualified to service the system.
In the event of disruption to the radar area system
- obstruction of the windscreen or the radar area (by dirt, ice, snow, condensation etc.);
- a complex environment (metal bridge, tunnel etc.);
- poor weather conditions (snow, hail, black ice etc.);
- poor visibility (night, fog etc.);
- poor contrast between the vehicle preceding it and the surrounding area (e.g. white vehicle in a snowy area etc.) ;
- being dazzled (glaring sun, lights of vehicles travelling in the opposite direction etc.);
- the road is narrow, winding or undulating (tight bends etc.)
Risk of erroneous false alarms.
2.70
360° CAMERA (1/9)
1
5
4
2
2
3
Using information from cameras 1, 2,
Operation
- front side view (depending on the ve-
and 3 located in the front bumper, door
hicle): using camera 2 (passenger
The cameras transmit four separate
mirrors and on the tailgate, as well as
side).
views to the multimedia screen 5.
ultrasonic detectors 4 located in the ve-
They enable you to view the vehicle
The ultrasonic detectors detect obsta-
hicle bumpers, the feature assists with
surroundings:
cles at the front, rear and (depending
difficult manoeuvres (e.g. parking) by
- front view: using camera 1;
on the vehicle) side of the vehicle.
displaying the vehicle surroundings.
- rear view: using camera 3;
Note: make sure that the cameras are
- bird’s eye view: using cameras 1, 2
not obscured (by dirt, mud, snow etc.).
and 3;
This function is an additional aid. It cannot, therefore, under any circumstances replace the vigilance or the responsi-
bility of the driver.
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.
2.71
360° CAMERA (2/9)
5
3
1
Front view 1
Rear view 3
The view of the front camera is dis-
The view of the rear camera is dis-
played on the multimedia screen 5.
played on the multimedia screen 5.
In front view or rear view:
when manoeuvring on a
slope, objects shown on
the multimedia screen may
be closer or further away than they
seem.
Take this into account in order
The 5 multimedia screen shows a
to correctly assess the distance
reverse image of the rear view 3 as
before any manoeuvre.
in a rear view mirror.
2.72
360° CAMERA (3/9)
5
The front, rear and side view guide-
6
7
lines are a representation projected
onto flat ground; this information
C
must not be taken into account
when superimposed on a vertical
B
object or an object on the ground.
Objects displayed on the edge of
A
the multimedia screen may appear
distorted.
In very bright light (snow, vehicle in
sunshine etc.), the camera vision
may be adversely affected.
Fixed clearance gauge 6
The fixed clearance gauge comprises
coloured markers A, B and C indicating
The “front” or “rear” view transmitted to
the distance behind the vehicle:
the multimedia screen 5 is displayed
- A(red) approximately 30 centime-
with one or two guidelines 6 and 7.
tres from the vehicle;
This system is initially used with the aid
- B(yellow) approximately 70 centi-
of several gauges (mobile for trajectory
metres from the vehicle;
In the combined represen-
and fixed for distance).
- C(green) approximately 150 centi-
tation from the cameras:
metres from the vehicle.
- raised objects (pavement,
Dynamic gauge 7 (depending on the
vehicle, etc.) may appear
vehicle)
distorted in bird’s eye view;
This is shown in blue on the multime-
- any objects on top of the vehicle
dia screen 5. It indicates the vehicle tra-
are not displayed.
jectory according to the position of the
steering wheel in the front and the rear
view.
2.73
360° CAMERA (4/9)
9
8
9
2
Bird’s eye view
Front side view on passenger
The bird’s eye view is a combined rep-
side 2
resentation from cameras 1, 2 and 3.
(depending on the vehicle)
It displays a view of the top of the vehi-
The camera, fitted in the door mirror,
cle and its surroundings.
transmits a side view to the multimedia
screen 5.
This can be used to confirm a view of
the vehicle position in relation to its im-
Depending on the vehicle, you can use
mediate surroundings (front, rear and
the multimedia screen to change the
side).
bird’s eye view to the front side view.
Please refer to the multimedia instruc-
The 8 view indicates the vehicle posi-
In “bird’s eye view” mode, the ob-
tions for further information.
tion. 9 areas not covered by the cam-
jects displayed on the multimedia
eras are indicated in black.
screen are actually further away
than they seem.
Take this into account in order
to correctly assess the distance
before any manoeuvre.
2.74
360° CAMERA (5/9)
In addition to the sound alert, these in-
10
dicator lines show the proximity of ob-
stacles via different colours:
11
- Green: obstacle between approxi-
13
mately 50 and 70 cm;
- Yellow: obstacle between approxi-
mately 30 and 50 cm;
- Red: obstacle within approximately
30 cm.
These indicator lines also show the
12
location where the obstacles are de-
tected, as indicated by their positions in
relation to the “vehicle” symbol.
For more information ➥ 2.114.
The “Front side view on passenger
Depending on the vehicle, you can use
side” is transmitted to the multimedia
the multimedia screen to change the
screen with fixed guidelines to measure
bird’s eye view to the front side view.
the distances.
Please refer to the multimedia instruc-
tions for further information.
Fixed guidelines 10, 11 and 12
Fixed guideline 10 shows the front sec-
Obstacle detection
tion of the vehicle.
Fixed guideline 12 shows the vehicle
While the system is activated, if the
width including door mirrors.
“Park Assist” function detects one or
Fixed guidelines 11 are shown in red
more obstacles around the vehicle,
and dotted. These are extensions of
the 13 indicator lines display:
fixed guidelines 10 and 12.
- on the bird’s eye view;
- on the front side view on the passen-
ger side (depending on the vehicle).
2.75
360° CAMERA (6/9)
Automatic mode is disabled:
5
- when the gear lever is in neutral
(manual gearbox) or in position N or
P (automatic gearbox) for approxi-
mately three seconds;
- when the vehicle speed moving for-
ward exceeds 6 mph (10 km/h).
Manual mode
To activate manual mode, with the ve-
hicle stopped and the engine running,
14
press the 14 switch: the front view and
bird’s eye view appear on the multime-
dia screen.
Manual mode is disabled:
Activation/deactivation
- when the vehicle speed moving for-
ward reaches 6 mph (10 km/h);
Automatic mode
- when the gear lever has not been
With the ignition switched on, automatic
used for approximately three min-
mode is activated when reverse gear is
utes;
engaged. The rear view and the bird’s
- when you press the 14 button.
eye view appear on the 5 multimedia
screen.
When the reverse gear is quickly shifted
-Do not use this function
to forward gear, the rear view and bird’s
while the door mirrors are in
eye view are replaced by the front view
folded position.
and bird’s eye view on the 5 multimedia
-Ensure that the luggage
screen.
compartment door is properly
closed before using the function.
- Do not place any objects on or in
front of the cameras.
2.76
360° CAMERA (7/9)
H
F
G
J
K
D E
H J
K
15
D E
F G
15
Difference between the
Driving or reversing towards a steep
Driving or reversing towards a
downhill slope
protruding object
estimated distance and
actual distance
The fixed guidelines 15 show the dis-
Position H seems further than posi-
tances as further than they actually are.
tion J on the screen. However, posi-
Driving or reversing towards a steep
tion H is at the same distance as posi-
Therefore, the objects shown on the
uphill slope
tion K.
screen are actually closer on the slope.
The fixed guidelines 15 show the dis-
The trajectory indicated by the fixed
For example, if the screen displays an
tances as closer than they actually are.
and mobile guidelines do not take into
object at G, the actual distance of the
account the height of the object. So
The objects shown on the screen are
object is at F.
there is a risk that the vehicle may col-
actually further away on the slope.
lide with the object when reversing to-
For example, if the screen displays an
wards position K.
object at D, the actual distance of the
object is at E.
2.77
360° CAMERA (8/9)
L
L
14
M
Limitations of system operation
Adjusting the display
The system is unable to display objects
With the ignition on, press the 14 switch
located in certain areas.
or move the selection lever to posi-
tion R (on an automatic gearbox) or to
In the front or rear view mode, the
reverse gear (on a manual gearbox) in
system cannot be used to view an
order to use the feature.
object in area L.
The function displays different views on
In bird’s eye view mode, the system
the screen according to the gear lever
cannot be used to view a large object in
position.
area M (near the edge of the displayed
area).
Depending on the vehicle, you can
select the “bird’s eye view” or “front side
view on the passenger side”.
For safety reasons, carry
out any adjustments when
the vehicle is not being
driven.
2.78
360° CAMERA (9/9)
If the gear lever is in position R (on an
When shifting from reverse gear to po-
Adjusting the camera
automatic gearbox) or in reverse (on a
sition D (on an automatic gearbox) or
settings
manual gearbox), the following views
into a gear (on a manual gearbox), the
The following settings can be modified:
are available:
following views are available:
- brightness;
- screen split between the rear view/
- screen split between the front view/
- colours;
bird’s eye view;
bird’s eye view;
- contrast.
or
or
- screen split between the rear view/
- screen split between the front view/
Please refer to the multimedia instruc-
front side view (depending on the ve-
front side view (depending on the ve-
tions for further information.
hicle).
hicle).
Note: for safety reasons, the views are
When shifting from reverse gear to po-
not displayed in the “Settings” menu
sition P (on an automatic gearbox) or to
while the vehicle is moving.
neutral position (on a manual gearbox),
the following views are available:
- screen split between the rear view/
bird’s eye view;
or
- screen split between the rear view/
front side view (depending on the ve-
hicle).
2.79
ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING (1/8)
Depending on the reactivity of the
driver, the system can assist with brak-
1
ing in order to limit damage or prevent
a collision.
Note: ensure that the windscreen and
front bumper are not obstructed (by
dirt, mud, snow, condensation, number
plate, etc.).
Location of the camera 1
Make sure the windscreen is not ob-
scured (by dirt, mud, snow, condensa-
This system can apply maximum
tion etc.).
braking to the vehicle until it is
2
completely stationary if necessary.
For safety reasons, always wear
The system uses information from the
Location of the radar 2
your seat belt when travelling in
radar 2 and the camera 1 to determine
Ensure that the radar area is not ob-
your vehicle and make sure that it
the distance from your vehicle:
structed (by dirt, mud, snow, a badly
is loaded so that no items can be
- from the vehicle ahead in the same
fitted front number plate), impacted,
thrown forward and hit the occu-
lane;
modified (including painting) or hidden
pants.
by any accessory fitted on the front of
or
the vehicle (on the grille or logo etc.).
- surrounding pedestrians and cy-
clists.
This function is an addi-
The system informs the driver if there
tional driving aid. This func-
is a risk of head-on collision to enable
tion is not under any circum-
appropriate emergency manoeuvres
stances intended to replace
(pressing the brake pedal and/or turn-
the due care and attention of the
ing the steering wheel).
driver, who should at all times be
in control of the vehicle.
2.80
ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING (2/8)
Operation
Special features of warnings
Depending on the speed, the warning
Detection of vehicles
and braking may be activated simulta-
When driving, in the event of a risk of
neously.
collision with the vehicle in front the
system will:
3
Special features of stationary
– warns you of a collision risk:
vehicles
When the vehicle speed is between
Stationary vehicles are detected when
approximately 4 mph (7 km/h) and
your vehicle is being driven at a speed
106 mph (170 km/h), the message
between approximately 4 mph (7 km/h)
“Brake” is displayed in red on the in-
and 50 mph (80 km/h). The system is
strument panel 3 accompanied by a
not active and does not emit a warning
beep.
for stationary vehicles when you exceed
If the driver depresses the brake
approximately 50 mph (80 km/h).
pedal and the system still detects a
risk of collision, the brake force is in-
If active emergency braking has caused
creased.
the vehicle to stop, the vehicle is kept
- may trigger braking:
stationary for a short time. Beyond this
when the vehicle speed is below ap-
time limit, the vehicle must be held sta-
proximately 75 mph (120 km/h), if the
tionary by the driver keeping their foot
driver does not respond to the warn-
on the brake pedal.
ing and a collision is imminent.
Note: if the driver uses the vehicle con-
trols (steering wheel, pedals, etc.) the
system may delay certain operations or
not activate.
In the event of emergency manoeu-
vre, you can stop braking at any
moment by:
- tapping the accelerator pedal;
or
- turning the steering wheel as a
collision avoidance manoeuvre.
2.81
ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING (3/8)
Detection of pedestrians and
Special features of warnings
cyclists
Depending on the speed, the warning
(depending on the vehicle)
and braking may be activated simulta-
When driving at a speed between ap-
neously.
proximately 4 mph (7 km/h) and 50 mph
(80 km/h), if there is a risk of col-
3
lision with a cyclist or a pedestrian, the
system:
- warns you of a risk of collision: the
red
warning light or, depend-
ing on the vehicle, 3 and the “Brake”
message are displayed on the instru-
ment panel accompanied by a beep.
If the driver presses the brake pedal
and the system still detects a risk of
If active emergency braking has caused
collision, the braking force may be in-
the vehicle to stop, the vehicle is kept
creased if it is not sufficient to pre-
stationary for a short time. Beyond this
vent the collision.
time limit, the vehicle must be held sta-
tionary by the driver keeping their foot
- braking may be triggered: if the
on the brake pedal.
driver does not react following the
warning and the collision is immi-
Note: if the driver uses the vehicle con-
nent.
trols (steering wheel, pedals, etc.) the
system may delay certain operations or
not activate.
In the event of emergency manoeu-
vre, you can stop braking at any
moment by:
- tapping the accelerator pedal;
or
- turning the steering wheel as a
collision avoidance manoeuvre.
2.82
ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING (4/8)
- press the 6 or 7 control repeatedly to
4
reach the “Active braking” menu and
press the 8 OK switch.
Press the switch 8 OK again to activate
or deactivate the function:
=
function activated
<
function deactivated
Upon deactivation of the system, the
5
6
warning light illuminates or, de-
pending on the vehicle, the
warning light illuminates on the instru-
8
7
ment panel.
Activating or deactivating the
For vehicles not fitted with a
multimedia screen
system
- With the vehicle stopped, press the
Vehicles fitted with a multimedia
switch 5 as many times as required
screen 4
to reach the “Vehicle” tab;
To activate or deactivate the function,
- press the 6 or 7 control repeatedly to
please refer to the multimedia instruc-
reach the “Settings” menu. Press the
tions.
switch 8 OK;
- press the 6 or 7 control repeatedly to
Select “ON” or “OFF”.
reach the “DRIVING ASSIST” menu.
Press the switch 8 OK;
This system is reactivated each time
the ignition is switched on.
2.83
ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING (5/8)
Temporarily not available
Operating faults
If the system detects a temporary
When the function detects an operat-
fault the
warning light illumi-
ing fault, the
and
warn-
nates, or depending on the vehicle the
ing lights, or
(depending on the
warning light illuminates on the
vehicle) appear in yellow on the instru-
instrument panel.
ment panel accompanied by one of
the following messages: “Check Front
The possible causes are:
camera” or “Front radar to check” or
- the system is temporarily blinded
“Check Camera/Radar”.
(glare from the sun, dipped beam
headlights, bad weather conditions
Consult an approved dealer.
etc.). The system will be operational
again when visibility conditions are
better;
- the system is temporarily interrupted
(e.g. the windscreen, front bumper
grille or logo is obscured by dirt,
mud, snow, condensation, etc.). In
this case, park the vehicle and switch
off the engine. Clean the wind-
screen, the front bumper or the logo.
The next time the engine is started,
after five or ten minutes of driving,
the warning light and the message
disappear.
If this is not the case, this may arise from
another cause; contact an Approved
Dealer.
2.84
ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING (6/8)
Active emergency braking
This function is an additional driving aid. This function is not under any circumstances intended to replace the due care
and attention of the driver, who should at all times be in control of the vehicle. The triggering of this function may be
delayed or prevented when the system detects clear signs of control of the vehicle by the driver (action on the steer-
ing wheel, pedals etc.).
The system cannot be activated:
- when the gearbox lever is in neutral or the clutch pedal has been depressed during approximately ten seconds;
- when the parking brake is activated;
- when the Electronic Stability Program (ESC) has started.
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 function and consult an authorised dealer.
- Any work in the area where the radar and/or camera is located (repairs, replacements, windscreen modifications, etc.) must
be carried out by a qualified professional.
Only an authorised dealer is qualified to service the system.
2.85
ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING (7/8)
System disturbance
Some conditions can disturb or damage the operation of the system, such as:
- a complex environment (metal bridge, tunnel etc.);
- poor weather conditions (snow, hail, black ice etc.);
- poor visibility (night, fog etc.);
- poor contrast between the object (vehicle, pedestrian etc.) and the surrounding area (e.g. pedestrian dressed in white lo-
cated in a snowy area etc.);
- being dazzled (glaring sun, lights of vehicles travelling in the opposite direction etc.);
- obstruction of the windscreen or the radar area (by dirt, ice, snow, condensation etc.);
- ...
In these conditions, the system may not react, may warn the driver or may brake inadvertently.
Limitation of the system operation
- Each time the vehicle is started, the system carries out a calibration according to the vehicle surroundings and may be inac-
tive for a length of time between approximately two and five minutes;
- A vehicle travelling in the opposite direction will not trigger any alert or affect operation of the system;
- The radar and camera zones must be kept clean and free of any tampering in order to ensure the proper operation of the
system;
- the system may not respond to small vehicles such as motorbikes as effectively as to other vehicles;
- the system may not operate properly when the road surface is slippery (rain, snow, black ice, etc.);
- to ensure correct operation, the system needs to distinguish the complete outline of the pedestrian. So the system cannot
detect:
- pedestrians in the darkness or in poor lighting conditions;
- partially visible pedestrians:
- pedestrians less than approximately 80 cm tall;
- pedestrians carrying large objects;
- ...
In these conditions, the system may not react, may warn the driver or may brake inadvertently.
2.86
ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING (8/8)
Deactivating the function
You must disable the function if:
- the brake lights are not functioning;
- the area of the camera has been damaged (e.g. on the inside or outside of the windscreen);
- the front of the vehicle was damaged (impact, scratch on the radar, etc.);
- the vehicle is being towed (breakdowns);
- the windscreen is cracked or distorted (do not carry out windscreen repairs in this area; have it changed by an approved
dealer);
- you are not driving on a paved road.
In the event of the system behaving abnormally, deactivate it and consult an authorised dealer.
Halting the function
You can halt the active emergency braking function at any time by tapping the accelerator pedal or by turning the steering
wheel in an avoidance manoeuvre.
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