Audio playback

Selecting the track using the button

until the Press the button repeatedly until the desired track is played.

Selecting a track via iDrive

Audio CDs

Select the desired track to begin playback

Select the desired track to begin playback

CDs/DVDs with compressed audio files

Depending on the data, some letters and numbers of the CD/DVD may not be displayed correctly.

1. Select the directory if necessary.

To go up a level in the directory: move the controller to the left.

2. Select the desired track to begin playback.

2. Select the desired track to begin playback.

Displaying information on the track

Displaying information on the track

If information about a track has been stored, it is

If information about a track has been stored, it is displayed automatically:

▷ Interpret.
▷ Album track.
▷ Number of tracks on the CD/DVD.
▷ File name of track.

Random playback

1. "CD/Multimedia"
2. "CD/DVD"
3. Select the desired CD or DVD.
4. "Options" Open.
5. "Random"

CDs/DVDs with compressed audio files: All

CDs/DVDs with compressed audio files: All tracks in the selected directory are played in random order.

Random mode is switched off when the audio source is changed and the ignition is switched off.

Fast forward/reverse

Automatic repeat Press and hold the button.

Automatic repeat

The selected CDs or DVDs are repeated automatically.

    See also:

    Rear seat heating
    Switching on Press the button once for each temperature level. The maximum temperature is reached when three LEDs are lit. Switching off Press the button longer. The LEDs go out. Temper ...

    Towing other vehicles
    General information Light towing vehicle Your vehicle must not be lighter than the vehicle being towed; otherwise, it will not be possible to control vehicle response.◀ Attaching the to ...

    Operational readiness of airbag system
    Operational readiness of airbag system In the radio ready state and beyond the warning lamp comes on briefly to indicate that the entire airbag system and the belt tensioners are operational. ...