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Kick-down* can be used when maximum acceleration is needed, such as for overtaking.
The gearbox is part of the car's powertrain (power transmission) between engine and drive wheels. The function of the gearbox is to change the gear ratio depending on speed and power requirements.
With an automatic gearbox, the system selects a gear so that you can drive as energy-efficiently as possible. The gearbox also has a manual gearshift mode.
Gear positions for automatic gearbox
With an automatic gearbox, an appropriate gear is selected automatically depending on the need for speed and power.
All-wheel drive (AWD* ) means that the car is driving all four wheels at the same time, which improves traction.
With a manual gearbox, the driver selects a suitable gear manually, according to speed and power requirements at the time.
Changing gear with steering wheel paddles*
The steering wheel paddles are a complement to the gear selector and make it possible to change gear manually without releasing hands from the steering wheel.
Gear selector inhibitor
The gear selector inhibitor prevents accidental changing between different gear positions in an automatic gearbox.
Deactivate automatic gear selector inhibitor
When the car is without power, the automatic gear selector inhibitor can be disengaged in cars with the large gear lever. For cars with the small gear lever, it is not possible to disengage the gear selector inhibitor.
Gear shift indicator
The gear shift indicator in the driver display shows the current gear during manual gearshifting and when it is appropriate to engage the next gear for optimum fuel economy.