DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS
Instrument panel A
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:
- charging view: displays the range, battery percentage and remaining charging time on the instrument panel only when the vehicle is charging;
- classic view: displays the speed, active driving aids, information area and, depending on the vehicle, the power meter on the instrument panel;
- navigation view: displays the speed, active driving aids and the information area on the instrument panel. It also duplicates the road map from the multimedia system on the entire instrument panel;
- realistic scene: displays the speed, active driving aids, information area as well as your vehicle and its surroundings (lanes, vehicles around you, etc.) on the instrument panel;
- minimum view: displays only essential information, the speed, active driving aids and the information area on the instrument panel.
The vehicle speed is limited to approximately 93 mph (150 km/h) (or 99 mph (160 km/h) depending on the vehicle).
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).
Ready to drive message 3.
The READY message appears when the engine starts and disappears when the vehicle speed exceeds 3 mph (5 km/h).
Navigation in progress information 4.
Power meter 5.
Regenerative braking level warning light 7.
Information on driving aids 8.
Battery Information 9 (traction battery charge rate, estimated range).
Information area 6, depending on the vehicle, browse using the control 10 to select various widgets on the instrument panel A:
- on-board computer information (mileage recorder, consumption, etc.);
- telephone, multimedia (audio source currently playing, etc.) information;
- vehicle information (warning messages, etc.);
Charging cable “Plugged In” warning light 11
This comes on when the charging cord is plugged into the vehicle.
Charge level 12
The gauge indicates the level of energy remaining.
Remaining charge time 13
Traction battery charge rate 14
When the traction battery charge reaches approximately 7% or, depending on the vehicle, approximately 12%, the gauge and indicator light 15 appear in yellow, accompanied by a beep.
To optimise your range VEHICLE RANGE: recommendations.
Immobilisation threshold imminent
When the charge level reaches 4.5% or, depending on the vehicle, approximately 6%, a beep is heard and the gauge illuminates in red.
When the charge level reaches 3.5% or, depending on the vehicle, approximately 5%, the range value is no longer displayed. Engine performance gradually decreases until the vehicle comes to a halt TOWING: breakdown.
Instrument panel in miles
(option to switch to km/h)
With the vehicle stationary and the engine switched on, from the multimedia screen 16, select the “Vehicle” Mode, press the “Settings” menu, “Units”, then “Distance”.
Choose from kilometres or miles.
Note: in both cases, once the battery is switched off, the on-board computer automatically returns to the original unit of measurement.
To return to the previous mode, repeat the same operation.
Please refer to the multimedia instructions for more information.
For safety reasons, carry out any adjustments when the vehicle is not being driven.