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Forward vehicle guidance is only available with a surround camera system.

Forward vehicle guidance provides touchscreen views of the area directly ahead of the vehicle that may not be visible to the driver. The touchscreen displays the projected forward steering path, based on the current steering wheel position. Object detection ahead is also included when front parking aid sensors are active. The feature can be useful when maneuvering through a narrow gap or around obstacles.

The projected steering path and object detection can be enabled or disabled via the CAMERA SETTINGS menu. See SURROUND CAMERA SYSTEM.

Forward vehicle guidance activates when the plan view, or front camera view, is selected from the CAMERA screen. The projected forward steering path and object detection ahead displays when the vehicle is in a forward gear or in Neutral (N). The vehicle must be traveling at less than 10 mph (16 km/h).


If a fault is detected with the front parking aid sensors, the touchscreen displays a warning message. If all of the sensors are clean, and after the vehicle's electrical system is restarted the issue persists, contact a retailer/authorized repairer as soon as possible.

Forward vehicle guidance automatically activates when all of the following conditions are met:

  • The vehicle is in Reverse (R) and the rear camera view is displayed.

  • An object is detected ahead of the vehicle by the parking aid system.

  • Drive (D) is then selected.

The rear camera view is replaced with the forward camera view. The forward camera view remains selected until D is deselected or the vehicle is traveling above 10 mph (16 km/h).

Automatic operation of the forward vehicle guidance can be enabled or disabled via the Semi auto camera view option in the CAMERA SETTINGS menu. See SURROUND CAMERA SYSTEM.