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Operation

Road sign detection system messages:

There are no traffic signs available

The system is in its start-up phase.

OR:

 the camera has not recognized any

mandatory or prohibitive sign.

Error: Dynamic Road Sign Display

There is a fault in the system. Have the sys-

tem checked by a specialised workshop.

Speed warning currently unavailable

The speed warning function of the road

sign detection system is faulty. Have the sys-
tem checked by a specialised workshop.

Dynamic Road Sign Display: please
clean the windscreen.

The windscreen is dirty in the camera area.

Clean the windscreen.

Dynamic Road Sign Display currently
restricted.

The navigation system is not transmitting

data. Check if the navigation system has up-
dated maps.

OR:

 the vehicle is in a region not included

on the navigation system's map.

No data available

The traffic sign detection system does not

work in the current country.

Activate and deactivate the road sign dis-
play on the instrument panel

The permanent traffic sign view on the instru-
ment cluster can be switched on or off in the
infotainment system using the function button

 > Driver assistance

.

Display of traffic signs

When the traffic sign detection system is con-
nected, a camera located on the base of the
interior rear-view mirror records the traffic
signs in front of the vehicle. After checking
and evaluating the information from the cam-
era, the navigation system and the current
vehicle data, up to three valid road signs are
displayed, 

››› 

Fig. 63

 

 with their additional

signs.

The sign that is currently valid for the

driver is shown in the left side of the
screen For example, a maximum speed
limit of 

130

 

km/h

 (

100

 

mph

››› 

Fig. 63

 

A

.

A sign valid only in certain circum-

stances, e.g. 

100

 

km/h

 (

60

 

mph

) is shown

second, together with the additional rain
sign.

The supplementary panel

will display the circumstances (rain,
times of day, fog, etc.) under which the
displayed speed limit is in force.

Thirdly, a sign prohibiting overtaking is

partially displayed. If there is no condi-
tional speed limit and overtaking is pro-

First:

Second:

Additional sign:

Third:

hibited, the latter sign will be displayed
in second place 

››› 

Fig. 63

 

C

.

Speed warning

If the system detects that the permitted
speed is exceeded, it may warn the driver
with a “gong” and visually with a message on
the dash panel display.

The speed warning can be set or completely
switched off in the infotainment system using
the function button 

 > Driver assis-

tance

 

››› 

page 88

. The warning can be set

to 0 km/h (0 mph), 5 km/h (3 mph) or 10 km/h
(5 mph) above the maximum permitted
speed.

Trailer mode

In vehicles equipped with a towing bracket
device from the factory and a trailer that is
electrically connected to the vehicle, it is
possible to activate or deactivate the display
of specific traffic signs for vehicles with trailer,
such as speed limits or overtaking prohibi-
tions. It can be activated or deactivated in the
infotainment system using the function button

 > Driver assistance > Trailer as-

sist

 

››› 

page 88

.

For trailer mode, the display of speed limits
applicable to the type of trailer or to the legal
provisions can be adjusted. The speed is ad-
justed in steps of 10 km/h (5 mph) within a
range of between 60 km/h (40 mph) and

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130 km/h (80 mph). If it is adjusted to a speed
greater than that which is permitted in the
country in question for driving with a trailer,
the system automatically displays the usual
speed limits, e.g. in Germany 80 km/h
(50 mph).

If the speed warning for the trailer is deacti-
vated, the system displays the speed limits as
if there were no trailer hitched.

Limited operation

The traffic sign detection system has certain
limitations. The following cases may lead the
system to operate with limitations or not at
all:

In the case of poor visibility, e.g. in snow,

rain, fog or intense mist.

In cases of dazzling, e.g. caused by head-

on traffic or by the sun.

When driving at high speeds.

If the camera is covered or dirty.

If the traffic signs are out of the camera's

field of vision.

If the traffic signs are partially or totally

covered, e.g. by trees, snow, dirt or other vehi-
cles.

In the case of traffic signs that do not fulfil

the regulations.

In the case of damaged or bent traffic

signs.

In the case of variable messages on over-

head or gantry signs (LED-based variable
traffic signs or other lighting units).

If the maps on the navigation system are

not up-to-date.

In the case of adhesives affixed to vehicles

that depict traffic signs, e.g. speed limits on
lorries.

WARNING

The technology in the traffic sign detection
system cannot change the limits imposed
by the laws of physics and only works with-
in the system's limits. Do not let the extra
convenience afforded by the traffic sign
detection system tempt you into taking any
risks when driving. The system is not a re-
placement for driver awareness.

Adapt your speed and driving style to suit

visibility, weather, road and traffic condi-
tions.

Poor visibility, darkness, snow, rain and

fog may lead to the system failing to dis-
play traffic signs or not displaying them
correctly.

If the camera's field of vision is dirty, cov-

ered or damaged, system operation may
be impaired.

WARNING

The driving recommendations and traffic
indications shown on the traffic sign detec-

tion system may differ from the actual cur-
rent traffic situation.

The system may not detect or correctly

show all the traffic signs.

Traffic signs and traffic regulations have

priority over the recommendations and dis-
plays provided by the system.

WARNING

If messages are ignored, the vehicle may
stall in traffic and cause accidents and se-
vere injuries.

Never ignore the messages displayed.

Stop the vehicle at the next opportunity

and in a safe place.

Note

To avoid affecting the correct operation of
the system, take the following points into
consideration:

Regularly clean the area of vision of the

camera and keep it in a clean state, without
snow or ice.

Do not cover the field of vision of the

camera.

Always replace damaged or worn blades

when required to avoid lines on the cam-
era's field of vision.

Check that the windscreen is not dam-

aged in the area of the camera's field of vi-
sion.

»

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Operation

The use of outdated maps on the naviga-

tion system may cause the system to show
traffic signs incorrectly.

In the waypoints mode of the navigation

system, the traffic sign detection system is
only partly available.

Failure to heed the control lamps and

corresponding text messages when they
light up may result in damage to the vehi-
cle.

Eco-efficient driving assistance

Fig. 64 

Eco-efficient driving assistance indi-

cation (schematic representation).

Eco-efficient driving assistance helps you
drive with care and with low energy con-
sumption by following instructions superim-
posed in the digital cockpit, depending on the
situation.

When you approach places such as a junc-
tion, a roundabout or a section of road with a
speed limit, the symbol 

 is displayed along

with an event in the digital cockpit 

››› 

Fig. 64

.

As soon as you follow the indication and take
your foot off the accelerator, the vehicle
adapts, based on the selected driving profile
and distance to the incident, brake energy re-
cuperation and speed.

Eco-efficient driving assistance uses the trip
data from the infotainment system and the
sensors of some assist systems. If no destina-
tion guidance is active, the most likely route is
used.

Pressing the accelerator can cancel the in-
tervention of the assistance at any time.

Eco-efficient driving assistance can be
switched on and off in the infotainment sys-
tem, in the assist system settings

››› 

page 92

.

Eco-efficient driving assistance is temporarily
switched off if:

The gear selector is in the 

S

 position.

The sport driving program is used.

Driving with adaptive cruise control (ACC)

or cruise control (GRA).

When these conditions no longer exist, the
assistance is reactivated if it is switched on in
the assist system settings.

Eco-efficient driving assistance is available
depending on the equipment, although not in
all countries.

WARNING

The system is not a replacement for driver
awareness.

Adapt your speed and driving style at all

times to suit visibility, weather, road and
traffic conditions.

Traffic signs on the road and traffic regu-

lations have priority over eco-driving notes.

Note

The appearance of the symbols may vary

slightly depending on the equipment and
model. System updates may modify or ex-
pand the symbols.

When the system is switched on, eco-ef-

ficient driving assistance can also increase
recuperation without any indication being
displayed. This can occur in situations such
as when the accelerator pedal is released
when a vehicle is driving in front. In this
case, energy recuperation is adapted
match the speed of the vehicle in front
without any indication being displayed.

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Time

Setting the time on the infotainment sys-
tem

Press 

 > 

 Settings

.

Select the menu option 

Time and date

 to

set the time 

››› 

page 88

.

Setting the time on analogue the instru-
ment panel

To set the time (for all vehicle clocks), press

and hold the button 



 on the instrument

panel until the 

Time

 is displayed.

Release the button 



. The time is dis-

played on the instrument panel display and
the hours field is highlighted.

Afterwards, press the button 



 until the

desired time is displayed. To scroll quickly,
hold the button 



.

When they have finished setting the hour,

wait until the minute field is marked on the in-
strument panel display.

Afterwards, press the button 



 until the

desired time is displayed. To scroll quickly,
hold the button 



.

Release the button 



 in order to finish

setting the time.

Revolution counter

The rev counter indicates the number of en-
gine revolutions per minute.

Together with the gear-change indicator, the
rev counter offers you the possibility of using
the engine of your vehicle at a suitable
speed.

The beginning of the red zone of the rev
counter indicates the maximum speed in any
gear after running-in and with the engine hot.
However, it is advisable to change up a gear
or move the selector lever to 

D

 (or lift your

foot off the accelerator) before the needle
reaches the red zone 

››› 

.

We recommend that you avoid high revs and
that you follow the recommendations on the
gear-change indicator. Consult the addition-
al information in 

››› 

page 203, Selecting the

optimal gear

.

CAUTION

To prevent damage to the engine, the rev

counter needle should only remain in the
red zone for a short period of time.

When the engine is cold, avoid high revs

and heavy acceleration and do not make
the engine work hard.

For the sake of the environment

Changing up a gear early will help you to
save fuel and minimise emissions and en-
gine noise.

Fuel gauge

Fig. 65 

Analogue instrument panel: fuel

gauge

Fig. 66 

Digital instrument panel: fuel gauge.

»

79

Operation

Control lamps

It lights up, and in addition, the

lower diode lights up in red

Fuel tank almost empty. The fuel reserve level has
been reached 

››› 

. Refuel as soon as you have the

opportunity.
When the fuel level is very low, the lower diode flash-

es red.

The display only works when the ignition is
switched on.

The fuel range is displayed on the instrument
panel.

You can consult the tank capacity of your ve-
hicle in the 

››› 

page 316

 section.

WARNING

When driving with low fuel, the vehicle may
stall in traffic and cause accidents and se-
vere injuries.

If the fuel tank level is too low, fuel could

reach the engine irregularly, particularly
when driving up or down slopes.

The steering system and the driver assis-

tance systems and brakes do not work
when the engine is running irregularly or
switches off due to lack of fuel or an irregu-
lar supply thereof.

SEAT recommends always refuelling

when the tank is approximately one quarter
full, to prevent the vehicle from stopping
due to a lack of fuel.

CAUTION

Never run the fuel tank completely dry. An
irregular fuel supply can cause misfiring
and unburnt fuel could enter the exhaust
system. The catalytic converter or the par-
ticulate filter may get damaged!

Note

The small arrow on the fuel gauge next to
the fuel pump symbol points out towards
the side of the vehicle with the fuel tank
flap.

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Instruments and warning/control lamps

Natural gas level (CNG)

3

 Valid in vehicles equipped with natural gas engine (CNG)

Fig. 67 

Analogue instrument panel: natural gas

gauge

Natural gas gauge
Petrol gauge

Control lamp

It lights up green 

››› 

Fig. 67 

1

The vehicle is running on natural gas.
The lamp goes off when the natural gas runs out. The

engine changes to operate with petrol.

It lights up, and in addition, the
lower diode lights up in red

The fuel reserve level has been reached.
When the fuel level is very low, the lower diode flash-

es red.

A

B

The display only works when the ignition is
switched on.

Things to note

If the vehicle is left parked for a long time im-
mediately after refuelling, the natural gas lev-
el indicator may not accurately indicate the
same level shown after refuelling when the
vehicle is started up again. This is not due to a
leak in the system, but to a drop in pressure in
the gas tank for technical reasons after a
cooling phase just after refuelling.

Note

In vehicles with natural gas engines, the
petrol tank fuel level gauge may display

the refuelled amount with a slight delay
(depending on the refuelled amount).

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Operation

Engine coolant temperature indica-
tor.

Fig. 68 

Analogue instrument panel: engine

coolant temperature indicator.

Fig. 69 

Digital instrument panel: engine cool-

ant temperature indicator.

Cool zone.

 The engine has not reached

operating temperature yet. Avoid high
speeds and stressing the engine if it has
not reached operating temperature.

A

Normal zone.

 At high outside tempera-

tures and when making the engine work
hard, the diodes may continue lighting up
and reach the upper zone. This is no
cause for concern, provided the control
lamp does not light up 

Warning area.

 When the engine is work-

ing hard, especially at high outside tem-
peratures, the diodes may light up in the
warning area.

The coolant temperature gauge only works
when the ignition is switched on.

Control and warning lamp

It lights up red

 

Do not carry on driving!

Engine coolant level too low, coolant temperature too
high.

Flashes red

Fault in the engine coolant system.

Stop the vehicle, switch off the engine and

let it cool down.

Check the engine coolant level

››› 

page 282

.

If the warning lamp does not switch off even

if the coolant level is correct, request assis-
tance from specialised personnel.

B

C

CAUTION

To ensure a long useful life for the engine,

avoid high revs, driving at high speed and
making the engine work hard for approxi-
mately the first 15 minutes when the engine
is cold. The phase until the engine is warm
also depends on the outside temperature. If
necessary, use the engine oil temperature
as a guide 

››› 

page 72

›› 

page 73

.

Additional lights and other accessories in

front of the air inlet reduce the cooling ef-
fect of the coolant. At high outside temper-
atures and high engine loads, there is a risk
of the engine overheating.

The front spoiler also ensures proper dis-

tribution of the cooling air when the vehicle
is moving. If the spoiler is damaged this can
reduce the cooling effect, which could
cause the engine to overheat. Seek spe-
cialist assistance.

Service intervals

The service interval indication appears on the
instrument panel display and the Infotain-
ment system.

There are different versions of instrument
panels and infotainment systems, so the ver-
sions and instructions on the screens may
vary.

SEAT distinguishes between services 

with

 en-

gine oil change (e.g. Oil change service) and

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services 

without

 engine oil change (e.g. In-

spection).

In vehicles with 

Services established by

time or mileage

, the service intervals are al-

ready pre-defined.

In vehicles with 

LongLife Service

, the inter-

vals are determined individually. Thanks to
technological progress, maintenance work
has been greatly reduced. Because of the
technology used by SEAT, with this service
you only need to change the oil when the ve-
hicle so requires. To calculate this variation
(max. 2 years), the vehicle's conditions of use
and individual driving styles are considered.
The advance warning first appears 20 days
before the date established for the corre-
sponding service. The kilometres (miles) re-
maining until the next service are always
rounded up to the nearest 100 km (miles) and
the time is given in complete days. The cur-
rent service message cannot be viewed until
500 km after the last service. Prior to this, on-
ly lines are visible on the display.

Inspection reminder

If a service or an inspection has to be carried
out soon, a 

service reminder

 will be dis-

played when the ignition is switched on.

The figure displayed are the kilometres that
can still be travelled or the time until the next
service.

Service due

When 

the time for a service

 or an 

inspec-

tion

 comes, an audible warning will be emit-

ted when the ignition is switched on and the
fixed key symbol 

 may appear on the in-

strument panel for a few seconds, along with
one of the following messages:

Service now!

Please have your vehicle inspec-

ted.

Oil change service due!

Oil change service and inspection

due!

Inspection of compressed natural gas
tanks (CNG) reminder

When less than 90 days for the review of the
compressed natural gas tanks (CNG), when
the ignition is switched on, the instrument
panel display will a 

reminder for review of

the gas tanks

 and an audible warning will be

emitted.

As approaches the service date of inspection
of the gas tanks, the message and the audi-
ble warning will stop modify accordingly.

Consult a service notification

With the ignition switched on, the engine off
and the vehicle at a standstill, the current

service notification

 can be read:

Check the date of the current service on the
infotainment system

Press the function button 

 > Settings >

Service

OR

 

 > Vehicle status

››› 

page 88

.

Select the 

Service

 menu option to display

information about the services.

Vehicles with analogue instrument panel

Press and hold the button 



››› 

Fig. 60 

4

 for more than 5 seconds to con-

sult the service message

Vehicles with digital instrument panel

The date of the service can only be read

through the Service menu 

››› 

page 72

.

Resetting service interval display

If the service was not carried out by a SEAT
dealership, the display can be reset as fol-
lows:

Vehicles with analogue instrument panel

Switch off the ignition, press and hold but-

ton 



 

››› 

Fig. 60 

4

.

Switch ignition back on.

Release the 



 button and press it

again for the next 20 seconds.

Vehicles with digital instrument panel

The service interval display can only be re-

set through the Service menu 

››› 

page 72

.

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83

Operation

Do not

 restart the indicator between the

service intervals, otherwise the information
displayed will be incorrect.

If the oil change service is reset manually, the
service interval display changes to a fixed
service interval, also in vehicles with 

Flexible

oil change service

.

Note

The service message disappears after a

few seconds, when the engine is started or
when 



 button is pressed on the wiper

lever, or the 



 button on the multifunction

steering wheel.

In vehicles with the LongLife system in

which the battery has been disconnected
for a long period of time, it is not possible to
calculate the date of the next service.
Therefore the service interval display may
not be correct. In this case, bear in mind the
maximum service intervals permitted

››› 

page 298

.

If you reset the display manually, the next

service interval will be indicated as in vehi-
cles with fixed service intervals. For this
reason we recommend that the service in-
terval display be reset by a SEAT author-
ised Dealer.

If the period of 48 months for an inspec-

tion at a specialised workshop of com-
pressed natural gas tanks (CNG) is excee-
ded, the vehicle may not working in this
mode.

Using the instrument panel

Introduction

With the ignition switched on, it is possible to
read the different functions of the display by
scrolling through the menus.

In vehicles with multifunction steering wheel,
the multifunction display can only be operat-
ed with the steering wheel buttons.

Some menu options can only be read when
the vehicle is at a standstill.

WARNING

Distracting the driver in any way can lead
to an accident and cause injuries.

Never use the menus on the instrument

panel display while the vehicle is in motion.

Note

After loading or changing the 12-volt bat-
tery, check the system settings. If the pow-
er supply is interrupted, the system settings
might be incorrect or deleted.

Operation using the multifunction
steering wheel

Fig. 70 

Right side of the multifunction steering

wheel: buttons to the menus and information

displays on the instrument panel.

As long as a priority 1 

››› 

page 73

 warning is

active, it will not be possible to access any
menu. Some warnings can be confirmed and
hidden with the button 



 of the multifunction

steering wheel 

››› 

Fig. 70

.

Select a menu or an informative display

Switch the ignition on.

If a message or vehicle symbol is displayed,

press the button 



 

››› 

Fig. 70

; if necessary,

several times.

Use the 

 or 

 

››› 

Fig. 70

 to switch be-

tween menus.

To open the menu or the information dis-

played, press the button 



 

››› 

Fig. 70

 or wait

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Instruments and warning/control lamps

a few seconds until the menu or the informa-
tive display opens automatically.

Changing menu settings

In the menu displayed, turn the right thumb-

wheel of the multifunction steering wheel

››› 

Fig. 70

 until the desired option of the menu

is highlighted. The option appears framed.

Press the button 



 

››› 

Fig. 70

 to make the

required modifications. A mark indicates that
the system or function is activated.

Back to menu selection

Press the 

 or 

 

››› 

Fig. 70

 button.

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Operation

Control lamps

Control and warning lamps

The control and warning lamps are indicators
of warnings 

››› 

, faults or certain functions.

Some control and warning lamps come on
when the ignition is switched on, and switch
off when the engine starts running, or while
driving.

Depending on the model, additional text
messages may be viewed on the instrument
panel display. These may be purely informa-
tive or they may be advising of the need for
action 

››› 

page 66, Instrument panel

.

Depending upon the equipment fitted in the
vehicle, instead of a warning lamp, some-
times a symbol may be displayed on the in-
strument panel.

When certain control and warning lamps are
lit, an audible warning is also heard.

Red warning lamps

Notification central lamp: additional infor-
mation on the instrument panel display

Parking brake on 

››› 

page 234

.

Fault in the brake system 

››› 

page 234

.

Fault in the steering system 

››› 

page 204

.

Driver or passenger has not fastened seat

belt 

››› 

page 16

.

Engine cooling fluid 

››› 

page 82

.

Engine oil pressure 

››› 

page 280

.

Alternator abnormality 

››› 

page 287

.

Press the foot brake 

››› 

page 219

.

Yellow warning lamps

Notification central lamp: additional infor-
mation on the instrument panel display

Fault in ESC or disconnection caused by
the system; 

OR

 ESC or ASR in operation

››› 

page 237

.

Fault in ASR or disconnection caused by
the system; 

OR

 ASR in operation

››› 

page 237

.

ASR manually deactivated; 

OR

 ESC in

Sport mode 

››› 

page 237

.

Fault in the ABS 

››› 

page 237

.

Rear fog light switched on 

››› 

page 111

.

Fault in the emission control system

››› 

page 275

.



Fault in the petrol engine management

››› 

page 275

.

Particulate filter blocked 

››› 

page 275

.

Fault in the steering system 

››› 

page 204

.

Tyre pressure monitor system

››› 

page 295

.

Fuel tank almost empty 

››› 

page 79

.

Fault in airbag system and seat belt ten-
sioners 

››› 

page 24

.



 

Front passenger front airbag disabled

››› 

page 24

.



 

Front passenger airbag switched on

››› 

page 24

.

Defective active cruise control (ACC)

››› 

page 224

Lane Assist (lane keeping system)

››› 

page 225

.

Error in the lane assist warning system

››› 

page 225

.

Travel Assist error 

››› 

page 229

.

Fault in the lighting of the vehicle

››› 

page 111

.

Low engine oil level 

››› 

page 280

.

Fault in the gearbox 

››› 

page 202

.

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Green indicator lamps

Turn lights or emergency lights on

››› 

page 111

.

Trailer turn signals 

››› 

page 111

.

Press the foot brake 

››› 

page 197

.

Cruise control (GRA) 

››› 

page 213

OR

speed limited 

››› 

page 214

OR

 Adaptive

cruise control (ACC) 

››› 

page 220

.

Adaptive cruise control (ACC)

››› 

page 220

.

Lane assist active (Lane Assist) warning

››› 

page 225

.

Travel Assist active 

››› 

page 228

.

Natural gas operating mode 

››› 

page 81

.

Blue indicator lamps

Main beam on or flasher on 

››› 

page 111

.

Other warning lamps

Door(s), rear lid or bonnet open or not

properly closed 

››› 

page 70

.

Service interval display 

››› 

page 82

.

Mobile phone connected through Blue-

tooth® .

Mobile phone charge level .

Risk of freezing 

››› 

page 70

.

Start-Stop system activated 

››› 

page 193

.

Start-Stop system unavailable

››› 

page 193

.

Low consumption driving status

››› 

page 71

.

WARNING

If the warning lamps and messages are ig-
nored, faults may occur in the vehicle, it
may stall in traffic, or accidents and seri-
ous injuries may occur.

Never ignore the warning lamps or text

messages.

Stop the vehicle safely as soon as possi-

ble.

A faulty vehicle represents a risk of acci-

dent for the driver and for other road users.
If necessary, switch on the hazard warning
lamps and put out the warning triangle to
advise other drivers.

Before opening the bonnet, switch off the

engine and allow it to cool.

In any vehicle, the engine compartment is

a hazardous area and could cause severe
injuries 

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page 276

.

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Operation

Infotainment system

Introduction

The infotainment system brings together im-
portant vehicle functions and systems into a
single central control unit, e.g. air condition-
ing, menu settings, radio equipment and the
navigation system.

The actual number of menus available and
the name of the various options will depend
on the vehicle’s electronics and equipment.

General operating information

General information on the operation of the
infotainment system, as well as on the warn-
ing and safety instructions that must be taken
into account, is found in 

››› 

page 143

.

How to move through the different menus
and select them

Switch the ignition on.

If the Infotainment system is off, switch it on.

The different menus are selected directly

on the touch screen using texts, icons or but-
tons.

If the box is checked 

, the function is activa-

ted.

Pressing the menu button 

 will always take

you to the last menu used.

Any changes made using the settings menus
are automatically saved on closing those
menus.

Scroll bar

: Some menus and functions show

more content above or below those dis-
played on the screen at that time, for exam-

ple, long lists of settings. Press on the scroll
bar and pull up or down.

Tutorial

The first time you connect the Infotainment
system, a system tutorial will open with a brief
description of the main functions and how to
use it.

Help

In the 

Help

 menu you will find more informa-

tion and tips for using the Infotainment sys-
tem.

WARNING

Any distraction may lead to an accident,
with the risk of injury. Operating the Info-
tainment system while driving could dis-
tract you from traffic.

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Instruments and warning/control lamps

Explanation of the function buttons

Fig. 71 

Schematic representation: Overview of the

possible function buttons on the screen

Top part of the screen

Current time
Driving profile and navigation informa-
tion

. If the user has an active route, both

the time and the distance to the destina-
tion are displayed. If there is no active
route, the driving profile is displayed. On
vehicles with no available driving profile,
the current address is displayed whenev-
er there is no active route.

Information about the air condition-
ing

1)

. The current outside temperature is

displayed.

A

B

C

Telephone information

. Information re-

garding your mobile device is displayed:
available network signal strength, estab-
lished Bluetooth connection, unanswered
calls, new messages, battery status, etc.

System customisation based on user
and notifications.

 Some settings can be

saved in the user accounts of the person-
alization function and can therefore be
changed automatically when switching
user accounts.

Bottom part of the screen

1)

Main menu display mode:

D

E

F

: main menu with the 6 main functions

divided into 2 screens (3 + 3, customisa-
ble by the user by pressing on the func-
tion).

: main menu in mosaic mode (all func-

tions of the Infotainment system)
Direct accesses to the functions of the In-
fotainment system (up to 10 functions, 5 +
5, customisable by the user). By pressing
on the icon, you can select/deselect the
functions in question.

G

1)

Valid for the 

Connect System

.

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Operation

Initial configuration wizard

Fig. 72 

Schematic representation: Initial configu-

ration wizard

The initial configuration wizard will help you
to set up your Infotainment system the first
time you switch it on.

Every time you switch on the Infotainment
system, the initial setup screen will be dis-
played 

››› 

Fig. 72

 if any parameters have not

been set (marked with “

”) or if the 

Don't

show again

 function button has not been

pressed.

Function button: Function

Closes the Configuration Wizard.

Function button: Function

A

Press to set day and time.

B

Press to search and store to memory
the radio stations that have the best
reception at that moment.

C

Press to go to the Online Media set-
tings.

D

Press to link your mobile phone to
the Infotainment system.

Function button: Function

E

Press to select your home address
using your current position or by
manually entering an address.

Don't show
again

Disables the possibility of changing

the settings of the Infotainment sys-

tem. If you want to run the initial con-
figuration, it can be accessed
through 

 Settings > Initial con-

figuration wizard

.

Start

Starts up the Configuration Wizard.

End

Once one or more settings have
been applied, press to finalise the
setup in the main menu of the wizard.

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Instruments and warning/control lamps

Vehicle information

Fig. 73 

Schematic representation: Vehicle infor-

mation and status

Pressing on 

 > Selection

 and then on 

Vehicle info

 opens the 

Vehicle information

menu with the following submenus:

Driving data.

 The average consump-

tion, average speed, distance travelled,
trip duration and autonomy are shown. It
has 3 memories: “Since start”, “Long-
term” and “Since refuel” 

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page 72

.

Vehicle status.

 The warnings regarding

faults, incidents, memorisation of the
tyre pressure or information of the next
inspection service are displayed.

 

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