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It remains the driver's responsibility to detect obstacles and estimate the vehicle's distance from them when manoeuvring the vehicle.


Some overhanging objects or barriers which could cause damage to the vehicle may not be detected by the camera.


The camera must be kept clean and free from debris or obstructions, for example, ice, frost, snow, leaves, mud, or insects. Failure to keep the camera clean may result in miscalculation or false indications. See SENSORS AND CAMERAS.


Do not attach stickers or objects to the rear bumper that may interfere with the camera.

The rear camera is located above the rear number plate or in the centre of the rear bumper.

When Reverse (R) gear is selected, the touch screen automatically displays a high definition, colour image from the rear of the vehicle. Overlaid on the image are lines to aid with reversing and parking.


The rear camera display has priority over the parking aids display and many other touch screen features. To cancel the rear camera display, at any time, touch the Home icon or the return icon.

  1. Parking aids icon: Touch to switch the parking aid graphics on/off.

  2. Camera icon: Touch to select a different camera view.

  3. Surround camera icon: Touch for a 360° view, using all 4 cameras.

  4. Volume icon: Touch to mute the volume of the parking aid warning tones.

  5. Tow assist icon: Touch for trailer setup.

  6. Parking guidance broken lines: Indicates the safe working width of the vehicle. This includes the exterior mirrors.

  7. Parking guidance solid line: This is the projected reversing path, based on the current position of the steering wheel.

  8. Parking aid information: Colour graphics indicate detected collision threats.

  9. Luggage compartment access line: Do not reverse beyond this line if access to the luggage compartment is required.

  10. 360° PDC (Park Distance Control) plan view: Touch to view the full screen view of the parking aid feature.

The rear camera display on the touch screen discontinues automatically when either of the following apply:

  • Drive (D) is selected for longer than 5 seconds.

  • Drive (D) is selected and/or the vehicle's speed is greater than 18 km/h (11 mph).