Exterior lighting

Front fog lamps/cornering lights*

Updated 5/28/2021

Front fog lamps/cornering lights*

The front fog lamps are activated manually when driving in fog and automatically when reversing in order to complement the reversing light.

If the car is fitted with cornering lights*, the front fog lamps come on automatically in dull daylight or darkness in order to light up the area diagonally in front of the car.

P5-1507 Button, front fog light

Button for front fog lamps.

The front fog lamps can only be switched on when the car's electrical system is in ignition position II and the rotating ring on the stalk switch is in position , or .

Press the button to activate and deactivate. The symbol illuminates in the driver display when the front fog lamps are switched on.

The front fog lamps switch off automatically when the car is switched off or when the rotating ring on the stalk switch is set to the position.


Regulations on the use of fog lamps vary from country to country.

Cornering lights*

The front fog lamps can include the cornering lights function, which temporarily illuminates the area diagonally in front of the car in the direction the steering wheel is turned on a sharp bend, or in the direction shown by the direction indicators.

The function is activated in weak daylight or darkness when the stalk switch's rotating ring is in the or position and the speed of the car is lower than approx. 30 km/h (approx. 20 mph).

In addition, both cornering lights are switched on as a supplement to the reversing lamp during reversing.

The function is activated when the car is supplied from the factory and can be activated and deactivated via the centre display.

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