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PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (6/6)
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;
- the vehicle is equipped with a towing device that is not recognised by the system (ball, hook, adapter, etc.).
2.125
ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING IN REVERSE GEAR (1/3)
1
This function is an addi-
tional driving aid. This func-
tion is not under any circum-
stances intended to replace
the due care and attention of the
driver, who should at all times be
in control of the vehicle.
In addition to the
“Parking distance
Operation
control” function ➥ 2.120 and using in-
Fixed rear obstacle detection
formation from the four central sensors
In reverse gear (at speeds of between 2
located at the rear of the vehicle, the
mph and 6 mph (3 km/h and 10 km/h),
system detects fixed obstacles located
if there is a risk of collision with a fixed
behind your vehicle. If there is a signif-
An impact to the under-
obstacle, the system automatically
icant risk of collision, the system auto-
side of the vehicle while
causes the vehicle to brake. Visual
matically causes the vehicle to brake.
manoeuvring
(e.g. strik-
ing a post, raised kerb or
Note: make sure that the four central
feedback
2 is displayed on the
other street furniture) may result in
sensors located at the rear of the ve-
multimedia screen 1, accompanied by
damage to the vehicle (e.g. defor-
hicle are not obscured (by dirt, mud,
a beep.
mation of an axle).
snow, etc.)
Once the vehicle has stopped, the vehi-
To avoid any risk of accident, have
cle must be held stationary by the driver
your vehicle checked by an ap-
keeping their foot on the brake pedal.
proved dealer.
2.126
ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING IN REVERSE GEAR (2/3)
Operating faults
Parking assistance
When the system detects an operating
2
3
Front
fault, active emergency braking in re-
Side
verse gear is automatically deactivated.
Rear
The messages “Parking sensors una-
Sound
vailable” or “Check Parking sensors” or
“Driving assist unavailable” or “Check
Rear Cross Parking
Driving assist” are displayed on the in-
Alert
Rear Active Emergency
strument panel using the service key
Braking
Occupant Safe Exit
, depending on the fault.
They are accompanied by the symbol
3, displayed on the multimedia
screen, depending on the fault.
Activating or deactivating the
Clean the ultrasonic sensors. If there
If the vehicle is fitted with a towbar rec-
is still a problem, contact an approved
ognised by the system and a trailer has
system
dealer.
been connected, active emergency
To activate or deactivate the function via
braking in reverse gear is automatically
the multimedia screen, refer to the mul-
deactivated and the following message
timedia screen 1, select the “Vehicle”
is displayed on the instrument panel:
World then “Parking assistance”. Select
“Trailer: parking sensors off” along with
“Rear Active Emergency Braking”.
the symbol
3 displayed on the
If the function is deactivated, the symbol
multimedia screen.
3 is displayed on the multimedia
screen.
2.127
ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING IN REVERSE GEAR (3/3)
Active emergency braking in reverse gear
This function is an additional driving aid. This function cannot, under any circumstances, replace the vigilance and re-
sponsibility of the driver.
Some climatic and environmental conditions can disrupt or damage the system. As a consequence, 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.
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 steering wheel, pedals etc.).
System servicing/repairs
- In the event of an impact, the rear sensors and their performances may be affected. Deactivate the function and consult an
authorised dealer.
- Any work in the area where the sensors are located (repairs, replacements, bumper modifications etc.) must be carried out
by a qualified professional.
Only an authorised dealer is qualified to service the system.
Deactivating the function
You must deactivate the function if the vehicle is being towed (breakdown recovery) or if the vehicle is fitted with a towbar that
is not recognised by the system.
In the event of the system behaving abnormally, deactivate it and consult an authorised dealer.
2.128
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
The system’s detection capability
obscured (by stickers, mud, snow etc.).
when another vehicle appears in the
depends on the vehicle’s surround-
detection zone B.
If a radar is obscured, the message
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
- reverse gear is engaged;
where the sensors are located.
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.
2.129
PARKING EXIT WARNING (2/4)
1
2
4
3
Activation/deactivation from
Operation
The indicators 4 on the multimedia
screen show you on which side the ap-
the multimedia screen 1
The function warns you if a vehicle is in
proaching vehicle has been detected.
To activate or deactivate the function,
area B and is approaching your vehicle.
Note: clean the camera regularly so
refer to the multimedia instructions.
When a vehicle is detected, the indica-
that it is not obscured.
Select “ON” or “OFF”.
tors 2 illuminate on both door mirrors 3.
Indicators 2 and 4 are accompanied by
Note: clean the rear view mirrors 3 reg-
an audible signal when your vehicle is
ularly so that the indicators 2 can be
reversing.
seen.
2.130
PARKING EXIT WARNING (3/4)
Operating faults
If the vehicle is fitted with a towbar rec-
ognised by the system and a trailer has
been connected, the parking exit warn-
ing is automatically deactivated and the
following message is displayed on the
instrument panel “Driving assist una-
vailable”.
If the system detects a fault, the mes-
sage “Check Side radars” is displayed
on the instrument panel. Consult an ap-
proved dealer.
Limitation of the system operation
- The radar area should be kept clean and free of any modifications in
order to ensure the proper operation of the system.
- Small objects (motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians etc.) moving towards to the
vehicle may not be recognised by the system.
Deactivating the function
You must disable the function if:
Due to the presence of sensors
behind the bumper, it is advisable to
- the radar area A has been damaged (rear bumper);
entrust any operation on the bumper
- the vehicle is fitted with a towbar that is not recognised by the system.
(repair, replacement, paintwork,
etc.) to a qualified professional.
2.131
PARKING EXIT WARNING (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.
The system should under no circumstances be taken to be an obstacle detector or an anti-collision system.
System servicing/repairs
- In the event of a impact, the position of the radars may be changed, affecting the function. Deactivate the function and con-
sult an authorised dealer.
- Any work in the area where the radars are located (repair, replacement, bodywork etc.) must be carried out by a qualified
professional.
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:
- a complex environment (underground car park, steel structures etc.) ;
- poor weather conditions (snow, heavy rain, hail, black ice etc.).
Deactivating the function
You must deactivate the function if the vehicle is being towed (breakdown recovery) or if the vehicle is fitted with a towbar that
is not recognised by the system.
In the event of the system behaving abnormally, deactivate it and consult an authorised dealer.
2.132
REVERSING CAMERA (1/2)
3
4
5
C
2
B
A
1
Operation
Fixed clearance gauge 3
Trailer guide line 5
The fixed clearance gauge comprises
When reverse gear is engaged, the
This is shown in blue on the multimedia
coloured markers A, B and C indicating
camera 1 located at the rear of the ve-
screen 2. This indicates the trajectory
the distance behind the vehicle:
hicle shows a view of the area behind
of the trailer towbar according to the
- A(red) approximately 30 centimetres
the vehicle on the multimedia display 2,
steering wheel position. It allows the
from the vehicle;
accompanied by one to three guide
driver to position the towbar as close as
- B(yellow) approximately 70 centime-
lines 3, 4 or 5 (fixed, moving and trailer).
possible to the trailer’s towing head.
tres from the vehicle;
This system uses several guidelines for
- C(green) approximately 150 centi-
“Trailer view”
its operation (mobile for trajectory and
metres from the vehicle.
In forward gear, if a trailer is at-
fixed for distance). When the red zone
This gauge remains fixed and indicates
tached, press the “Camera” menu in
is reached, use the bumper image to
the vehicle trajectory if the wheels are
the “Vehicle” World of your multimedia
stop accurately.
in line with the vehicle.
screen 2 so that the camera 1 transmits
Moving guide line 4
a view of the rear environment for ap-
This is shown in blue on the multime-
proximately 30 seconds.
dia screen 2. It indicates the vehicle tra-
jectory according to the position of the
steering wheel.
2.133
REVERSING CAMERA (2/2)
“Zoom auto” function
If an obstacle is detected behind the ve-
hicle, the function “Zoom auto” switches
the current display to a top rear view.
2
To activate/deactivate the “Zoom auto”
function, refer to the multimedia instruc-
tions.
The screen shows a reverse mirror
Settings
image.
This function is an additional
From the multimedia screen, when
aid. It cannot, therefore,
The frames are a representation
reverse gear is engaged, press the
under any circumstances
projected on a flat surface. This in-
“Settings” button to add or remove
replace the vigilance or the
formation is to not be taken into ac-
the guide lines and adjust the camera
responsibility of the driver.
count when superimposed on a
image settings (brightness, contrast,
vertical object or an object on the
The driver should always be ready
etc.)
ground.
for sudden incidents while driv-
Please refer to the multimedia instruc-
ing: always ensure that there are
Objects which appear on the edge
tions for further information.
no small, narrow moving obstacles
of the screen may be deformed.
(such as a child, animal, pushchair,
In very bright light (snow, vehicle in
bicycle, stone, post, etc.) in the blind
sunshine, etc.), the camera vision
spot when manoeuvring.
may be adversely affected.
If the luggage compartment is open
or incorrectly closed, the message
Make sure that the camera is not
“Tailgate open” appears.
obscured (by dirt, mud, snow, con-
densation etc.).
2.134
360° CAMERA (1/11)
1
5
4
2
2
3
Using information from cameras 1, 2,
Operation
- bird’s eye view (using the 1, 2, and 3
and 3 located in the front bumper, door
cameras): standard bird’s eye view
The cameras transmit several separate
mirrors and on the tailgate, as well as
and pop-up bird’s eye view (when an
views to the multimedia screen 5.
ultrasonic detectors 4 located in the ve-
obstacle is detected);
They enable you to view the vehicle
hicle bumpers, the feature assists with
surroundings:
- side view (using the camera 2): front
difficult manoeuvres (e.g. parking) by
side view and rear side view;
displaying the vehicle surroundings.
- front view
(using the camera 1):
standard front view and panoramic
- 3D view;
Note: make sure that the cameras are
front view;
not obscured (by dirt, mud, snow etc.).
- trailer view.
- rear view
(using the camera
3):
The ultrasonic detectors detect obsta-
standard rear view and panoramic
cles at the front, rear and (depending
front view;
on the vehicle) side of the vehicle.
2.135
360° CAMERA (2/11)
5
3
1
Front camera 1
Rear camera 3
The view of the front camera is dis-
The view of the rear camera is dis-
For the rear views, the multimedia
played on the multimedia screen 5.
played on the multimedia screen 5.
screen 5 shows a reverse image
of the rear view as in a rear view
mirror.
In front view or rear view:
when manoeuvring on a
This function is an additional aid. It cannot, therefore, under any circum-
slope, objects shown on
stances replace the vigilance or the responsibility of the driver.
the multimedia screen may
The driver should always be ready for sudden incidents while driving:
be closer or further away than they
always ensure that there are no small, narrow moving obstacles (such
seem.
as a child, animal, pushchair, bicycle, stone, post, etc.) in the blind spot when
manoeuvring.
Take this into account in order
to correctly assess the distance
before any manoeuvre.
2.136
360° CAMERA (3/11)
Fixed clearance gauge 6
6
7
The fixed clearance gauge comprises
coloured markers A, B and C indicating
the distance behind the vehicle:
C
8
- A(red) approximately 30 centimetres
from the vehicle;
The front, rear and side view guide-
- B(yellow) approximately 70 centime-
B
lines are a representation projected
tres from the vehicle;
onto flat ground; this information
- C(green) approximately 150 centi-
A
must not be taken into account
metres from the vehicle.
when superimposed on a vertical
Moving guide line 7
object or an object on the ground.
This is shown in blue on the multime-
Objects displayed on the edge of
dia screen 5. It indicates the vehicle tra-
the multimedia screen may appear
jectory according to the position of the
distorted.
steering wheel in the front and the rear
The “front” or “rear” view transmitted to
In very bright light (snow, vehicle in
view.
the multimedia screen 5 is displayed
sunshine etc.), the camera vision
with one, two or three guide lines 6, 7
Trailer guide line 8
may be adversely affected.
and 8.
This is shown in blue on the multimedia
This system is initially used with the aid
screen 5. This indicates the trajectory
of several gauges (mobile and trailer for
of the trailer towbar according to the
trajectory and fixed for distance).
steering wheel position.
In the combined represen-
tation from the cameras:
It allows the driver to position the
towbar as close as possible to the trail-
- raised objects (pavement,
er’s towing head.
vehicle, etc.) may appear
distorted in bird’s eye view;
- any objects on top of the vehicle
are not displayed.
2.137
360° CAMERA (4/11)
2
Driver’s side front side
Bird’s eye view
camera 2
The bird’s eye view is a combined rep-
The 2camera, fitted in the door mirror,
resentation from cameras 1, 2 and 3.
transmits a side view to the multimedia
It displays a view of the top of the vehi-
screen 5.
cle and its surroundings.
Depending on the vehicle, you can use
This can be used to confirm a view of
the multimedia screen to change the
the vehicle position in relation to its im-
bird’s eye view to the front side view.
mediate surroundings (front, rear and
Please refer to the multimedia instruc-
side).
tions for further information.
In “bird’s eye view” mode, the ob-
jects displayed on the multimedia
screen are actually further away
than they seem.
Take this into account in order
to correctly assess the distance
before any manoeuvre.
2.138
360° CAMERA (5/11)
360° Camera
360° Camera
360° Camera
Look in all directions
Look in all directions
Look in all directions
9
10
11
Side views
Front panoramic view or rear
View 3D
On the multimedia screen, by pressing
panoramic view
On the multimedia screen, by press-
the dedicated button 9, you get a view
On the multimedia screen, by pressing
ing the dedicated button 11, you get a
combining a bird’s eye view and two
the dedicated button 10, you get a pan-
3D view allowing you to view the vehi-
side views.
oramic front view.
cle and its surroundings in three dimen-
sions.
When reverse gear is engaged, the
front panoramic view is replaced by a
rear panoramic view.
Note: the front view or the rear view
varies depending on the steering wheel
angle to improve the driver’s vision.
2.139
360° CAMERA (6/11)
In addition to the sound alert, these in-
dicator lines show the proximity of ob-
Trailer view
stacles via different colours:
- green: obstacle between approxi-
12
mately 50 and 70 cm;
- yellow: obstacle between approxi-
mately 30 and 50 cm;
Tailgate open
- red: obstacle within approximately
30 cm.
These indicator lines also show the
Look in all directions
location where the obstacles are de-
tected, as indicated by their positions in
relation to the “Vehicle” symbol.
For more information ➥ 2.120.
“Trailer view”
From the multimedia screen, when the
“360° Camera” system is displayed, you
In forward gear, if a trailer is attached,
can change the views (e.g. Replace the
press the “360° Camera” menu in the
rear view with the panoramic rear view).
“Vehicle” World of your multimedia
screen 5 so that the camera 3 transmits
a view of the rear environment for ap-
Obstacle detection
proximately 30 seconds.
While the system is activated, if the
“Park Assist” function detects one or
more obstacles around the vehicle,
the 12 indicator line is displayed on the
various views.
2.140
360° CAMERA (7/11)
To activate or deactivate the “Zoom
auto" function, please refer to the multi-
360° Camera
media instructions.
Look in all directions
“Zoom auto" function
If an obstacle is detected in the vicinity
of the front or rear of the vehicle, the
“Zoom auto” function switches the cur-
rent display to a specific display (top,
front or rear view).
2.141
360° CAMERA (8/11)
Automatic mode is disabled:
5
- when the gear lever is in position
N or P for approximately three sec-
onds;
- when the vehicle speed moving for-
ward exceeds 6 mph (10 km/h).
Manual mode
To activate manual mode, with the ve-
hicle stationary and the engine running,
from the “Vehicle” World on your 5 multi-
media screen, press the “360° Camera”
menu, the front view and bird’s eye
view appear on the multimedia 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 vehicle stationary and the
used for approximately three min-
engine running, automatic mode is ac-
utes.
tivated when the reverse gear is en-
gaged. The rear view and the bird’s
eye view appear on the 5 multimedia
screen.
-Do not use this function
while the door mirrors are in
When the reverse gear is quickly shifted
folded position.
to forward gear, the rear view and bird’s
eye view are replaced by the front view
- Ensure that the luggage com-
and bird’s eye view on the 5 multimedia
partment door is properly closed
screen.
before using the function.
- Do not place any objects on or in
front of the cameras.
2.142
360° CAMERA (9/11)
H
F
G
J
K
D E
H J
K
13
D E
13
F G
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 13 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 13 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.
2.143
360° CAMERA (10/11)
5
L
L
M
Limitation of the system operation
Adjusting the display
The system is unable to display objects
From the multimedia screen, when the
located in certain areas.
“360° Camera” system is displayed, you
can change the views (e.g. Replace the
In the front or rear view mode, the
rear view with the panoramic rear view).
system cannot be used to view an
object in area L.
In bird’s eye view mode, the system
cannot be used to view a large object in
area M (near the edge of the displayed
area).
For safety reasons, carry
out any adjustments when
the vehicle is not being
driven.
2.144
360° CAMERA (11/11)
If the gear lever is in the R position, the
When shifting from reverse gear to D
following views are available:
position, the views available are:
- screen split between the rear view/
- screen split between the front view/
bird’s eye view;
bird’s eye view;
or
or
- panoramic rear view;
- front panoramic view;
or
or
- side view/bird’s eye view (depending
- side views/bird’s eye view;
on the vehicle);
or
or
- 3D view.
- 3D view (depending on the vehicle).
When shifting from reverse gear to P
Adjusting the camera
position, the views available are:
settings
- screen split between the rear view/
From the multimedia screen, when
bird’s eye view;
the “” system is displayed, press the
or
“360° Camera” button Settings to add
or remove the guide lines and adjust
- panoramic rear view (depending on
the camera image settings (brightness,
the vehicle);
contrast, etc.)
or
Please refer to the multimedia instruc-
- side views/bird’s eye view (depend-
tions for further information.
ing on the vehicle);
Note: for safety reasons, the views are
or
not displayed in the “Settings” menu
– 3D view (depending on the vehicle).
while the vehicle is moving.
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