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When you change to reverse gear, the camera 1 located on the tailgate provides a view of the area behind the vehicle on the multimedia screen 2, accompanied by one or two fixed or moving guide lines 3 and 4.

This system is initially used with the aid of several gauges (mobile for trajectory and fixed for distance). When the red zone is reached, use the bumper image to stop accurately.

Fixed gauge 3

The fixed clearance gauge comprises coloured markers AB and C, indicating the distance behind the vehicle:

- A (red) approximately 30 centimetres from the vehicle;

- B (yellow) approximately 70 centimetres from the vehicle;

- C (green) approximately 150 centimetres from the vehicle.

This gauge remains fixed and indicates the vehicle trajectory if the wheels are in line with the vehicle.

4 moving guide line:

This is shown in blue on the multifunction screen 2. It indicates the vehicle trajectory according to the position of the steering wheel.

Special feature

Make sure that the camera is not obscured (by dirt, mud, snow, condensation etc.).

Activating, deactivating the reversing camera

From the multifunction screen 2, select “Vehicle”, “Settings”, “Parking assistance”, then “Rear view camera”. Activate or deactivate the reversing camera and confirm your choice.

You can also adjust the camera image settings (brightness, contrast, etc.)

The screen shows a reverse mirror image.

The frames are a representation projected on a flat surface. This information is to not be taken into account when superimposed on a vertical object or an object on the ground.

Objects which appear on the edge of the screen may be deformed.

In very bright light (snow, vehicle in sunshine etc.), the camera vision may be adversely affected.

If the boot is open or poorly closed, the message “Boot open” appears and the camera display disappears.

This function is an additional aid. It cannot, therefore, under any circumstances replace the vigilance or the responsibility of the driver.

The driver should always be ready for sudden incidents while driving: always ensure that there are no small, narrow moving obstacles (such as a child, animal, pushchair, bicycle, stone, post etc.) in the blind spot when manoeuvring.

Difference between the estimated distance and actual distance

Reversing towards a steep uphill slope

The fixed guidelines 3 show the distances as closer than they actually are.

The objects shown on the screen are actually further away on the slope.

For example, if the screen displays an object at D, the actual distance of the object is at E.

Reversing towards a steep downhill slope

The fixed guidelines 3 show the distances as further than they actually are.

Therefore, the objects shown on the screen are actually closer on the slope.

For example, if the screen displays an object at G, the actual distance of the object is at F.

Reversing towards a protruding object

Position H seems further than position J on the screen. However, position H is at the same distance as position K.

The trajectory indicated by the fixed and mobile guidelines do not take into account the height of the object. So there is a risk that the vehicle may collide with the object when reversing towards position K.