A few examples of changes made to the centre display are listed below.
Home view now has a new appearance, and settings have been redesigned to facilitate navigation in views and menus. Some settings have been moved from the top view to the relevant apps or functions.
Buttons and text have been made larger, and app icons have been given new colours to enhance clarity and access. An icon in the form of a globe has been added at the top left-hand corner to indicate whether the car is connected to the Internet.
The options have been grouped together in settings view in order to provide a better overview, potentially making it easier to find the settings you are looking for.
Settings options have been grouped together for clarity.
IntelliSafe view now has an updated appearanceVaries depending on option..
The buttons in navigation view have been moved to the left-hand side so that you can see more of the map. You can access the settings by expanding the settings view. Functions used frequently have been emphasised, e.g. Enter destination and Cancel route description.
The settings view is expanded by pressing the down arrow at the top left of the page.
Pressing the three dots allows you to access further settings.
Press the arrow at the bottom right of the page to view the map in full again.
Audio and media
The media player and Sound ExperienceOption. app have been reworked. You can easily see what is playing in the Now playing tab. The menu options have been moved to the left-hand side of the screen. You can see the latest audio sources selected here, for example.
Your media player has been updated to provide a better overview of the music you play back.
You can use the menu on the left to select a soundstage in your Volvo.
The soundstage can be set individually for various parts of the car.
Sound settings and appearance may vary depending on car model.
The radio functions in the centre display have been updated so that when you search for radio stations, you can fine-tune your settings manually in order to locate the preferred signal strength.
You can search for radio stations manually.
Reversing camera settings
The reversing camera can help you to keep more of an eye on the area behind your car while you reverse. The reversing camera has always returned to normal view previously, but after the update your last setting will remain active the next time you start the reversing camera.
The reversing camera can help you to keep more of an eye on the area behind you.
For example, if you prefer to use the 360-degree view from your reversing camera, you can select that setting directly in camera view mode. This setting will then continue to apply the next time you use the reversing camera. You want to switch to reversing camera view, press the screen to enable the icons and then select the reversing camera. This allows you to switch between the different camera views, depending on the type of situation.
360-degree view allows you to see more of what is going on around your car.
App and software updates
With this update, the download functions have been reworked so that new and possible updates are now clearer.
Functionality after upgrading may vary depending on market, model, model year and options.
We recommend that you read the owner's manual for your car model for more information and any important warnings.
Car model/model year
XC90 and XC90 Twin Engine/Recharge Plug-in Hybrid from model year 2016 to 2022.
S90, V90 and V90 Cross Country from model year 2017 to 2021.
XC60, XC60 Twin Engine/Recharge Plug-in Hybrid, V90 Twin Engine/Recharge Plug-in Hybrid and S90 Twin Engine/Recharge Plug-in Hybrid from model year 2018 to 2021.
XC40 from model year 2018 onwards.
V60, V60 Twin Engine/Recharge Plug-in Hybrid, V60 Cross Country, S60, S60 Twin Engine/Recharge Plug-in Hybrid from model year 2019 to 2022.
XC40 Twin Engine/Recharge Plug-in Hybrid from model year 2020 onwards.
The range of models may vary depending on market.