Settings and driver profiles

Settings view

Updated 7/23/2018

Settings and information for many of the car's functions can be managed in the centre display's settings view.

Opening/closing and navigating in the settings view

Top view with button for Settings.

Top view with button for Settings.

Drag down the tab at the top of the centre display to open the top view.

Press Settings to open the settings view.

Press one of the categories shown and navigate to subcategories and settings by pressing again.

Press Back to go back in the settings view.

Press Close to close the settings view.

Changing a setting

A subcategory in the settings view with different types of settings (here, a multi-selector button and radio buttons).

A subcategory in the settings view with different types of settings (here, a multi-selector button and radio buttons).

Press on categories and subcategories to navigate to the required setting.

Change one or more settings. Different types of settings are changed in different ways (see the table below for a description of each type).

The changes are saved immediately.

Types of settings

There are several different types of settings:

Setting type

Description

Trigger function

Starts an app or separate view for more advanced settings through a press on the text, e.g. to connect a device with Bluetooth.

Radio button

Select a setting from several options by pressing the required radio button, e.g. to select a system language.

Multi-selector button

Select a level for something by pressing the required part of the button, e.g. to select a sensitivity level for City Safety.

Checkbox

Activate/deactivate a function by pressing on the box to select/deselect it, e.g. to select automatic start of seat heating.

Slider

Select a level for something within an interval by pressing and dragging the slider, e.g. to select volume level.

Display of information

No actual setting. Shows information about something, e.g. the car's identification number.


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