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Introduction (This film shows MY09)
17841:24058|Hi. I'm Emma. And I'm going to introduce you to your new Volvo XC60.
25887:28499|It's a wonderful car to zip around town in
28865:32313|and it makes me happy when I feel like exploring the countryside.
Key and automatic locking (option)
1097:3657|Let's start with the Personal Car Communicator.
4493:8489|It is probably the world's most sophisticated two-way remote control.
9247:11284|It has some really clever functions.
12852:17105|When you are in range and press the I-button the car communicates with you.
18024:23248|The green light means the car is locked. The yellow light says it's unlocked.
24764:27924|This red light indicates the alarm has been triggered.
28525:32182|And if the red lights are flashing, there may be someone in the car!
33436:35134|Lets go inside the car.
2011:5825|The first thing you want to do is to adjust the steering wheel.
6347:13766|Just pull this lever and adjust the wheel up or down, in or out.
Power seat with memory (option)
548:6112|The optional power seat has three memory settings. Adjustment is really simple.
6452:10945|Just press this button to move the seat forward or backward.
11415:16822|Raise or lower the seat with this, and move the backrest with this.
17684:20741|Move the front of the seat cushion with this.
21159:25939|Store your setting by holding down the memory button and pressing 1.
26644:30928|The lumbar support is adjusted here. That's it.
31164:35683|Now, this setting is activated every time this remote is used.
35683:39366|This means you can have individual settings for different keys.
39575:43102|It's really convenient if you share the car with someone else.
43885:47229|Now we are ready to go for a drive.
ECC Climate control (option)
1018:5250|The climate can be controlled automatically by pressing the Auto button.
6034:11833|You can set the temperature individually for the driver side or the passenger side.
12120:16248|Just turn the knob on the side where you want to set the temperature.
16613:21028|To override the blower Auto setting, turn the blower knob.
21681:25991|Change the air distribution by pressing one of the buttons in the symbol.
26435:34427|The air quality system can have three settings. Toggle between them by pressing the air quality button.
35422:47387|The left-hand orange lamp indicates that the air quality sensor is disengaged. When the green lamp illuminates that recirculation is not engaged.
48013:53028|The right-hand orange lamp indicates that recirculation is engaged.
53838:59559|Always leave the air quality sensor on to obtain the best air quality inside the car.
City Safety (option)
1828:5302|Next is a world-first safety feature.
6896:12460|The forward-viewing City Safety is a world-first standard function in the new Volvo XC60.
13374:17502|It operates at speeds of up to 30 km per hour.
19356:27062|Thanks to the infrared laser sensor, the City Safety technology can determine whether you are approaching the vehicle ahead too quickly.
28447:35185|If the driver fails to react in time, City Safety will automatically apply the brakes in order to slow down the car...
35735:37590|... either to avoid the collision,
37799:43363|which is possible if the speed difference between the two vehicles is below 15 km/h...
43911:45766|... or reduce the impact...
46053:51487|if the speed difference between the two vehicles is between 16 and 30 km/h.
52114:57652|To learn more about City Safety consult the Volvo XC60 owners manual.
Adaptive Cruise Control with Distance Alert, ACC (option)
1854:9195|The Adaptive Cruise Control lets you select the desired speed ...and the minimum time gap to the vehicle ahead.
9387:17554|If the radar sensor detects a vehicle with a lower speed in front of you, your speed automatically adapts to that vehicle.
17737:27115|Volvo's Adaptive Cruise Control maintains your desired time gap irrespective of speed changes to offer you more relaxed driving.
29178:37485|Alternatively, when switching on Distance Alert, you select one of five time intervals to the vehicle ahead...
38008:42147|... and the radar sensor continuously monitors the distance.
42893:50285|If the distance to the vehicle immediately ahead is reduced, a warning light is activated in the windscreen.
Collision Warning with Auto Brake (option)
574:5093|The Collision Warning system with Auto Brake has a radar sensor behind the grille
5107:8672|that continuously monitors the distance to the vehicle ahead.
9038:15882|And thanks to a camera inside the windscreen, the system is able to detect stationary vehicles as well.
16300:19983|If the distance to the other vehicle is rapidly decreasing,
20027:25756|the system will alert the driver to act with a flashing light and an audible warning.
26467:33280|Moreover, the system supports driver-initiated braking by obtaining swift brake response...
33671:37485|by pre-charging the brakes and preparing for emergency braking.
38321:44721|If the driver fails to react to the warning signals and the system detects that a collision is imminent...
45139:48535|... Auto Brake is activated to automatically brake the car ...
50128:53394|... thus helping to reduce the effects of the collision.
54700:59977|This may be the decisive difference between severe and minor injuries.
1044:6948|There is a great audio system in the XC60. I'll show you some of its main features.
7209:13531|You have a Dolby Prologic II decoder for true surround sound from a CD and MP3.
14236:22177|You can also plug in your mp3 player in the auxiliary input or the USB input and listen through the speakers.
22648:34063|The USB port supports iPod and USB memory sticks with music files in mp3, WMA and WAV formats.
34298:38635|Press the MODE button to activate the iPod or USB source.
39392:45975|Connect your device and use the Tuning button or the navigation control to scroll to the desired track.
46811:53133|The first time you listen to music from an AUX device you might need to adjust the input volume.
53551:61779|Just press the Menu button and navigate to AUX volume. Then you adjust the volume by turning the tuning knob.
63451:69903|Pressing the Menu button and using the navigation arrows can reach lots of other settings.
70008:75650|Passengers in the back seat can listen to individual audio sources through their headsets.
76120:87457|Select the source by pressing the MODE button. It toggles between AM/FM, CD, AUX or USB/iPod or DAB.
87707:93544|Change tracks or stations, or go fast forward or backward with the arrow buttons.
95033:105743|Another smart feature is the Soundstage. It is used to optimize the sound for the driver's seat, both front seats or the back seat.
106605:110680|The steering wheel buttons control the radio and CD.
111673:118204|With a short press on the forward button you change preset radio station or CD tracks.
118700:124943|Press and hold to fast-forward the CD player or search for radio stations.
125387:129697|The Volume control is simple just up or down.
Active chassis, Four C (option)
2115:8306|If you are like me and really enjoy getting the most out of your driving, you should look at this feature.
12251:21237|The Active Chassis Four-C offers the driver a choice of three handling modes - Comfort, Sport & Advanced.
21681:31477|The Comfort setting effectively insulates passengers from uneven road surfaces with flexible suspension damping and gentle body movements.
31817:35604|This setting is also ideal for slippery roads.
36858:44904|The Sport setting, on the other hand, prioritizes stiffer damping, decisive body movement and quicker response.
45505:49502|It's a good balance of precise handling and a comfortable ride,
49528:53968|whereas the Advanced setting is a pure performance mode.
54256:62145|It stiffens the shock absorbers for maximum road contact, relaying all the road surface information to the driver,
62380:66037|and prioritizing road holding over comfort.
Panorama sunroof (option)
2847:5720|I want to show you the beautiful panorama sunroof.
8097:12173|The panorama sunroof can be opened in two different ways:
12747:19278|by sliding the whole front section open, or by tilting its rear edge into ventilation position.
20767:29544|To open the roof automatically, press the control rearward as far as possible and release it. This opens the curtain.
30354:36702|Move the control rearward in the same way. Now the panorama sunroof opens fully.
37642:42187|Close the roof in the opposite way by moving the control forward.
43075:49162|Moving the control backward or forward twice will do rapid opening and closing.
50546:57547|For manual operation, just move the control to the first stop and hold it for as long as needed.
58070:63190|Set the ventilation position by pressing upward on the rear edge of the control.
63712:66533|Close by pulling down on the rear edge.
Rain sensor (option)
2194:7392|It's a good idea to always activate the rain sensor when there is a risk of rain.
7758:10631|This way you don't have to bother with the wipers.
11415:17920|There is even a symbol in the main instrument panel that makes it easy to see if it's on or off.
19043:23954|Turn the thumb wheel upward to increase the rain sensor sensitivity.
24737:30040|You might want to make an extra wipe now and then. Just flip the stalk upward.
30249:36310|But if you flip it downward you override the rain sensor and you will have to reactivate it.
Fuel quantity trip computer
1776:7366|In the centre of the display you have information about fuel quantity and outside temperature.
7758:13844|This display is also used when setting the adaptive cruise control and using the trip computer.
14706:19879|You access the trip computer by turning the thumb wheel on the left stalk.
21551:27533|There is one function that you might want to know more about: distance to empty tank.
27951:33123|The distance is calculated from the average fuel consumption during the last 30 kilometres.
33384:39523|This means that if you start driving more actively it might not be totally accurate.
2037:6269|The two trip meters are displayed in the main instrument panel.
6870:10527|This button is used to set the two trip meters.
11128:18546|A short press toggles between the two. A long press resets the current trip meter.
Driver Alert Control (option)
1671:7471|If you ever feel tired while driving, you might be interested in the next feature.
10031:16509|Driver Alert Control is developed to alert the driver if he or she is beginning to lose concentration
16848:19748|when driving on main roads and motorways.
20793:26827|Using a camera, the system continuously monitors the car's movements between the lane markings...
27350:31738|... and assesses whether the vehicle is being driven in a controlled way.
32365:38217|Five bars in the information display indicate the driver's current level of concentration.
38504:41299|When concentration drops below a certain level...
41586:44042|... the driver is alerted with an alarm...
44591:48587|and a message suggesting that it's time to stop for a break.
Active Bi-Xenon Light, ABL (option)
2324:6504|The Active Bi-Xenon Light is a fully automatic system.
6844:15151|By synchronizing the distribution of light, Active Bi-Xenon Light will improve illumination in curves up to 90%.
15333:17266|When accelerating or braking...
17397:25286|... or driving with heavy load, the level of the beam is automatically adjusted to avoid dazzling of oncoming traffic.
Lane Departure Warning (option)
992:8933|Lane Departure Warning is developed to alert the driver if he or she is unintentionally crossing a lane marking.
9404:13113|The system is automatically activated from when the car is started...
13322:16169|... however it can be deactivated manually.
16509:19539|Two levels of sensitivity can be selected...
19670:22595|... normal or increased sensitivity.
23353:27271|A camera is used to continuously detect the lane markings.
27637:32888|If a lane marking is about to be crossed without active driver manoeuvres or indication...
33227:36937|... the driver will be alerted with a gentle warning sound.
3030:8463|BLIS uses cameras in the door mirrors to detect when a vehicle is entering the blind spot.
8960:12538|When an overtaking vehicle is about 6 meters behind...
12747:21002|...a warning light alerts you, to give you a better chance of keeping clear. And the system even works in the dark.
21551:28604|BLIS is activated when the car is started but can be switched off using the BLIS button in the centre console.
Parking camera (option)
1149:6765|The parking camera monitors the area behind the car and displays it on the screen.
7366:13871|This makes it easier to parallel park, reverse into tight spaces and connect to a trailer.
14497:18991|The camera is activated automatically when reverse gear is engaged.
19487:27663|When backing you see projected lines showing where your car is moving depending on how you turn the steering wheel.
28395:33567|The transverse red line indicates 0.3 meters from the bumper.
33776:37302|The yellow line indicates 1.5 meters.
Electric parking brake
1880:10344|Apply the electric parking brake by first stopping the car with the foot brake. Then press the control button.
10684:16352|When the symbol in the main instrument panel illuminates, the parking brake is applied.
16587:22204|To release the electric parking brake manually the remote key must be in the ignition slot.
22883:28133|Press the brake pedal and then pull out on the parking brake release.
29361:39627|The electric parking brake can also be released automatically. Just start the engine, release the clutch and press the accelerator.
40280:46968|With the automatic gearbox, the parking brake releases automatically when the safety belt is fastened
47255:52636|and you put the gear shift in D or R and press the accelerator.
417:7627|Let's take a look at the convenient storage compartments. There is a pocket on the front side of each front seat.
8986:12434|The glove compartment can be locked with the key blade.
13061:21681|Then there's the CD storage in the tunnel console. You can actually fit 10 CDs in there if you use it right.
22282:26880|Small objects can be placed behind the centre console, out of the way.
27402:33802|Then there are of course the side pockets, seat pockets and cup holders.
914:5172|Fold up the floor panel to access the storage compartment beneath it.
6112:10266|This is a good place for the warning triangle and a first aid kit.
11102:17319|It's also a good place to keep small items when leaving the car since it is locked by the tailgate.
1201:6060|At times you may want to transport long objects. It's easily done.
6582:10684|Just fold down the rear seat backrests by pulling these handles.
11781:15333|You can fold the left and middle section separately.
19617:24555|The right backrest can only be folded together with the middle section.
1567:5877|The optional Power Operated Tailgate can be opened in three ways.
6530:10427|Press the button in the lighting panel until it starts to open.
11311:13547|Press the button on the remote key.
14889:20453|You can also press lightly on the pressure plate beneath the handle and raise the tailgate.
21159:26514|The tailgate can be closed manually or by pressing the button on its lower edge.
966:7262|To use a child seat in the front seat, you MUST deactivate the passenger airbag.
7467:12617|To do this, open the door and turn the switch to OFF.
13217:19252|A text message in the overhead consol will indicate that the airbag is deactivated.
862:4806|Finally I have a message from Volvo's paint experts.
4989:7915|They want to help you take good care of your new car
8097:12667|and they say that it's best to hand wash the car during the first few months.
13165:18105|Thank you for joining me. I hope you will enjoy you new Volvo.