Adjusting

General information

Never attempt to adjust the driver's seat Do not adjust the seat while driving

Never attempt to adjust the driver's seat while driving.

The seat could respond with unexpected movement and the ensuing loss of vehicle control could lead to an accident.

rear Do not incline the backrest too far to the rear

Do not incline the backrest on the front passenger side too far to the rear during driving. Otherwise, there is the danger of sliding under the safety belt in an accident. This would eliminate the protection normally provided by the belt.

The seat setting is stored for the remote control currently in use. When the vehicle is unlocked via the remote control, the position is automatically retrieved if this function, was activated.

Overview

1 Lumbar support*

1 Lumbar support*
2 Backrest width*
3 Shoulder support*
4 Backrest
5 Forward/back, height, tilt
6 Thigh support*

Adjustments in detail

1. Forward/back.

2. Height.

2. Height.

3. Seat tilt.

3. Seat tilt.

4. Backrest tilt.

4. Backrest tilt.

5. Thigh support*.

5. Thigh support*.

Lumbar support

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