Start/Stop button

Pressing the Start/Stop button switches radio readiness or the ignition on or

Pressing the Start/Stop button switches radio readiness or the ignition on or off.

button and depress the clutch, the engine starts. Manual transmission: if you press the Start/Stop button and depress the clutch, the engine starts.

Automatic transmission and Sport automatic transmission with double clutch: if you press the Start/Stop button and depress the brake pedal, the engine starts.

Radio readiness

Individual electrical consumers can operate. The time and the outside temperature are displayed in the instrument cluster.

Radio readiness is switched off automatically:

> When the remote control is removed from the ignition lock
> In cars with Comfort Access, by touching the surface above the door lock, refer to Locking on page 36

Ignition on

All electrical consumers can operate. The odometer and trip odometer are displayed in the instrument cluster.

ignition and any unnecessary electrical consumers in order to preserve the battery. When the engine is off, please switch off the ignition and any unnecessary electrical consumers in order to preserve the battery.

Radio readiness and ignition off

All indicator and warning lamps as well as displays in the instrument cluster go out.

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