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SURROUND CAMERA SYSTEM

WARNING

The driver is responsible for detecting obstacles and estimating the vehicle's distance from them when maneuvering the vehicle. Driver distraction can lead to accidents, potentially causing serious injury or death.

WARNING

The camera must be kept clean and free from debris or obstructions, e.g., ice, frost, snow, leaves, mud, or insects. Failure to keep the camera clear may result in miscalculations or false indications, and can lead to accidents, potentially causing serious injury or death.

WARNING

Do not attach stickers or objects to the cameras. Failure to keep the camera clear from obstructions may result in miscalculations or false indications, and can lead to accidents, potentially causing serious injury or death.

CAUTION

The camera may not detect some overhanging objects or barriers, which could cause damage to the vehicle.

The surround camera system consists of four cameras, located as follows:

  • One is located in the center of the front lower grille.

  • One is located underneath each of the exterior door mirrors.

  • One is located just above the rear license plate.

NOTES

The quality of the camera views may vary in different lighting conditions.

  1. Camera selection arrows: The arrows around the vehicle highlight when selected.

  2. Vehicle plan view.

  3. Camera icon: Touch to select the camera feature.

  4. Settings icon: Touch to select the CAMERA SETTINGS menu.

    Parking guidance: Select On or Off.

    Parking aid graphics: Select On or Off.

    Parking aid plan view: Select On or Off.

    NOTES

    Depending on the vehicle specification, the CAMERA SETTINGS menu may include further camera settings. When the list includes six or more feature settings, a scroll bar is displayed.

  5. Parking aid graphics icon: Touch to switch the parking aid graphics on or off.

  6. Volume icon: Touch to lower the volume of the beeps for the parking aid system.

  7. Camera selection icon: Touch to select a different camera view.

    NOTES

    The system can display a maximum of two views, including the 360° view. To change one of the selections, touch the relevant highlighted camera selection arrow to deselect that camera view. Touch the relevant camera selection arrow to display the new view.

  8. 360° surround camera view icon: Touch for a bird's-eye 360° view of the vehicle and its immediate surroundings, using all of the cameras.

    NOTES

    Depending on the vehicle specification, the camera settings menu may include further camera settings. When the list includes six or more feature settings, a scroll bar is displayed.

  9. Tow assist icon: Touch for trailer set-up. See TOW ASSIST .

Camera shortcuts:

The function of the camera icon varies, depending on the selected gear and the vehicle’s road speed. The camera function gives the following options:

  • When in a forward gear, at speeds below 6 mph (10 km/h):

    Press once to select the Front Intersection View.

    Press twice to select the Rear Intersection View.

    Press a third time to return to the Front Intersection View.

  • When in Neutral (N) or Park (P):

    Press once to select the Plan View.

    Press twice to select the Front Intersection View.

    Press a third time to select the Rear Intersection View.

  • When in Reverse (R):

    Press once to select the Rear Intersection View.

    Press twice to select the Front Intersection View.

    Press a third time to return to the Rear Intersection View.

Pan and zoom tools:

When in a full screen view of a camera image, touch the image to display the pan and zoom tools. The pan and zoom tools allow the image to be viewed at three levels of detail and can be manipulated left, right, up, and down. Double tap the image to jump to the middle level of zoomed detail and allow the same pan and zoom functionality.