Centre display

Operating the centre display

Updated 7/23/2018

Many of the car's functions are controlled and regulated from the centre display. The centre display is a touch screen that reacts to touch.

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Using the touch screen functionality in the centre display

The screen reacts differently depending on whether you press, drag or swipe across it. Actions such as browsing between different views, marking objects, scrolling in a list and moving apps can be performed by touching the screen in different ways.

An infrared film enables the screen to detect a finger that is just in front of the screen. This technology makes it possible to use the screen even with gloves on.

Two people can interact with the screen at the same time, e.g. to adjust the climate for the driver and passenger side respectively.

Important

Do not use sharp objects on the screen as they may scratch it.

The table below presents the different procedures for operating the screen:

Procedure

Execution

Result

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Press once.

Highlights an object, confirms a selection or activates a function.

Press twice in quick succession.

Zooms in on a digital object, such as the map*.

Press and hold.

Grabs an object. Can be used to move apps or map points on the map*. Press and hold your finger against the screen and at the same time drag the object to the desired location.

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Tap once with two fingers.

Zooms out from a digital object, such as the map*.

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Drag

Changes between different views, scrolls a list, text or view. Hold depressed and drag in order to move apps or map points on the map*. Drag horizontally or vertically across the screen.

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Swipe/drag quickly

Changes between different views, scrolls a list, text or view. Drag horizontally or vertically across the screen.

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Drag apart

Zooms in.

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Drag together

Zooms out.

Turn off the screen and reactivate it

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Home button for the centre display.

When the centre display is switched off, the screen is dimmed so as not to be disruptive whilst driving. The climate row will still be visible, and apps and other functions connected to the screen will continue to run.

Give a long press on the physical home button below the screen.

The screen goes dark except for the climate row, which continues to be shown. All functions continue to run, such as climate control, audio, guiding* and apps. In this mode, the screen can be cleaned with the cloth supplied; see the section "Cleaning the centre display".

Reactivate the screen - briefly tap on the home button.

The view that was displayed before the screen was switched off will be shown again.

Note

The screen cannot be deactivated when a prompt to perform an action is shown on the screen.

Note

The centre display deactivates automatically when the engine is off and the driver's door is opened.

Returning to home view from another view

Briefly press the home button.

The last position of the home view is shown.

Briefly press again.

All subviews of the home view are set to their default mode.

Note

In home view standard mode - briefly press the home button. An animation that describes access to the different views is shown on the screen.

Moving apps and buttons for car functions

The apps and buttons for car functions in the app view and function view respectively can be moved and organised as desired.

Tap on an app/button and hold depressed.

The app/button changes size and becomes slightly transparent. It is then possible to move it.

Drag the app/button to a vacant space in the view.

The maximum number of rows available for use in order to position apps/buttons is 48. To move an app/button outside the visible view, drag it to the bottom of the view. New rows are then added, where the app/button can be located.

An app/button can thus be located further down and is then not visible in the normal mode for the view.

Swipe across the screen to scroll upward/downward in the view.

Note

Hide the apps that you rarely or never use by moving them to the bottom, off the visible screen. This way it will be easier to find the apps you use more often.

Scrolling in a list, article or view

When a scroll indicator is visible in the screen, it is possible to scroll downward or upward in the view. Swipe downwards/upwards anywhere in the view.

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The scroll indicator appears in the centre display when it is possible to scroll in the view.

Using the controls in the centre display

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Temperature control.

The control is used for many of the car's functions. Regulate e.g. temperature by means of one of the following:

  • drag the control to the desired temperature,
  • tap on +/ in order to raise/lower the temperature gradually, or
  • tap on the desired temperature on the control.

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