Personal Profile settings

The following functions and settings can be stored in a profile.

More information on the settings can be found under:

Assigning the programmable memory buttons
▷ Response of the central locking system when the car is being unlocked
▷ Automatic locking of the vehicle
▷ Driver's seat, exterior mirror and steering wheel positions
▷ Settings for the display on the Control Display and in the instrument cluster:
    ▷ 12h/24h clock format    
    ▷ Date forma
    ▷ Brightness of the Control Display
    ▷ Language on the Control Display
    ▷ Units of measure for fuel consumption, distance covered/remaining distances, and temperature

▷ Show visual warning for the Park Distance Control PDC
▷ Show visual warning for Top View
▷ Show Side View
▷ Backup camera:
    ▷ Function selection
    ▷ Type of display

▷ Lane departure warning: last setting, on/ off
▷ Head-up Display: selection, brightness and position of the display
▷ Adaptive Drive: selected chassis and suspension tuning
▷ Light settings:
    ▷ Triple turn signal activation
    ▷ Welcome lamps
    ▷ Headlamp courtesy delay feature
    ▷ Daytime running lights
    ▷ High-beam Assistant

▷ Automatic climate control with 2-zone control: settings
▷ Navigation:
    ▷ Voice activation
    ▷ Route criteria
    ▷ Map view settings

▷ Entertainment:
    ▷ Tone control
    ▷ Radio, stored stations
    ▷ CD/multimedia, audio source listened to last

▷ Telephone: volume

    See also:

    Transmission positions
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    Malfunction
    Malfunction A Check Control message , is displayed in the instrument cluster. The areas in front of and behind the vehicle appear in shaded form on the Control Display. PDC has failed. Hav ...

    Installing child restraint systems
    Observe the child restraint system manufacturer's instructions when selecting, installing and using child restraint systems. Otherwise, the protective effect may be diminished. Standard chil ...