Driving out from parallel parking with Park Assist Pilot
Park Assist PilotOption is a driver support that can assist you when driving out from parallel parking.
Park Assist Pilot, drive out of parallel parking space
The appearance of the menu options and settings may vary depending on the software version and language settings.
When you want to drive out from parallel parking, tap on Park Out in the center display's function view or equivalent button in the camera view.
Use your direction indicators to select the direction in which you want the function to help you leave the parking space.
Follow the instructions in the center display and be prepared to drive forward, reverse or brake the car. Remember to always pay attention around the car.
When the system has calculated that no more maneuvres are required to leave the parking space, it is deactivated automatically. As the driver, you are responsible for making additional maneuvers if the circumstances so require. As the driver, you are always responsible for leaving a parking space safely.
Make sure that the steering wheel can move freely while Park Assist Pilot is helping to steer the car. Wait until steering wheel turning has stopped before you start to drive forward or backward. Always be prepared to take over steering if necessary.
Note that the steering wheel may rotate back on its own to start position when the function is deactivated. You may then need to rotate the steering wheel manually to drive out from a parking space.
Note that Park Assist Pilot cannot be activated when a trailer is connected to the car.
Park Assist Pilot is a supplementary aid and cannot handle all situations in all conditions. The driver is always responsible for:
- keep close watch of the area around the vehicle.
- follow the instructions on the center display.
- selecting the correct gear.
- controlling and maintaining a safe speed.
- apply the brakes and stop.
The function described is a supplementary aid - it cannot handle all situations in all conditions.
The driver is always responsible for ensuring that the vehicle is driven in a safe manner and in accordance with applicable traffic rules and regulations.
For more detailed information, see the Owner's Manual for your car.
Vehicle model/model year
XC90 and XC90 Twin Engine of model year 2016 onwards
S90, V90 and V90 Cross Country of model year 2017 onwards
XC60, XC60 Twin Engine and S90 Twin Engine of model year 2018 onwards
XC40, V60, V60 Cross Country, S60 and S60 Twin Engine of model year 2019 onwards