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Instrument panel

lights up when the driver’s door is opened. In some cases, the appearance of a warning light is accompanied by a message.

Depending on the vehicle, you can customise your instrument panel with the content and colours of your choice.

Selection of views

Depending on the vehicle, browse using the control 1 to select the various views on the instrument panel A.

Several views are proposed:

- classic;

- navigation;

- realistic scene;

- minimal.

Speedometer 2

Information on the navigation in progress 3

Rev counter 4

Coolant temperature indicator 6

In normal use, the 6 indicator should be located on the left-hand side of the 5 zone. Under “intensive” operating conditions, the needle may approach this zone. This is not serious unless the warning light û comes on accompanied by a message on the instrument panel and a beep.

Fuel gauge 10

If the level is at the minimum, the integrated warning light appears in orange, accompanied by a beep. Fill up as soon as possible.

Overspeed buzzer 11

Depending on the vehicle and country, the warning light is displayed and a beep sounds. This beep sounds as soon as the vehicle is travelling at over 75 mph (120 km/h).

This warning light remains lit for as long as the vehicle is travelling at over 74 mph (120 km/h).

Information area 7

Depending on the vehicle, browse using the control 12 to select the various widgets on the instrument panel A:

- trip computer information (odometer, warning messages, etc.);

- multimedia information (compass, audio source currently playing, etc.);


Information on driving aids 8

Estimated mileage with remaining fuel 9

Special features of the E-Tech full hybrid version

Electric operating mode warning light 13

It is displayed when only the traction battery is powering movement of the vehicle.

Power meter 14

The power meter gives the driver a real-time view of the vehicle’s energy consumption DRIVING ADVICE, ECO DRIVING.

Current power indicator 15

Regenerative braking level warning light 16 E-TECH FULL HYBRID VEHICLE SYSTEM: regenerative braking system

Traction battery charge level 17

Head-up display 18

The display details driving and navigation information from the instrument panel and the multimedia screen. The information is projected onto the windscreen.

If fitted to the vehicle, this is activated when the engine is started and is deactivated when the engine is switched off.

Refer to the multimedia instructions to access the head-up display settings.

Adjusting the display information height

Depending on your driving position, you can raise or lower the information on the display. You can also slightly rotate the projected image.

Adjusting the display brightness

The brightness varies automatically according to the light level outside the vehicle. Once the lights are switched on, it is possible to manually adjust the brightness.

Do not use solvents, detergents or an abrasive cloth to clean the protective film.

Only use a microfibre wipe.

Good information visibility can be affected by:

- the seat position;

- the presence of an object placed on the dashboard opening;

- the polarisation of some spectacle lenses;

- extreme weather conditions (rain, snow, very strong sunlight, etc.).

For safety reasons, carry out any adjustments when the vehicle is stationary.

Refer to the information displayed on the instrument panel in case of conflicting information between the panel and the head-up display/multimedia screen.

Instrument panel in miles

(option to switch to km/h)

With the vehicle stopped and the engine running, from the multimedia screen 19 select the “Vehicle” world then press the “Settings” menu followed by “Units” then “Speed”.

Choose from kilometres or miles.


- in both cases, once the battery is switched off, the trip computer automatically returns to the original unit of measurement;

- the change from kilometres to miles applies only to the current speed.

To use certain driving aids, it is necessary to change the unit of measurement on the instrument panel in order to obtain the correct information when driving in a country where the speed units differ from those set as default on your vehicle.

For safety reasons, carry out any adjustments when the vehicle is stationary.