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PARKING AIDS

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Introduction

The vehicle is equipped with parking aids that offer additional assistance during parking manoeuvres.

Depending on the equipment, from the “Vehicle” world A, you can access the parking aid menus:

- “Parking assistance”;

- “Hands-free Park Assist”;

- “Automated Park Assist”.

Please refer to the vehicle user manual for further information.

The “Hands-free Park Assist” and “Automated Park Assist” functions assist you in parking manoeuvres by taking control of the steering wheel, the brakes, the engine and the gear lever.

Throughout the manoeuvre, you must put pressure on the accelerator pedal (to keep the function working) and take your hands off the steering wheel.

You can take back control of the vehicle at any time by:

- turning the steering wheel;

- releasing the accelerator pedal;

- or by pressing the brake pedal.

These functions provide additional driving aids.

Therefore, under no circumstances can they replace the driver's vigilance and responsibility during manoeuvres (the driver must always be ready to brake).

When manoeuvring, the steering wheel may turn quickly: do not put your hands inside, and make sure that nothing is caught inside.

“Parking assistance” menu

From the “Vehicle” mode, press the “Parking assistance” menu. Use this menu to access the park assist settings. For further information, please refer to the “Parking assistance” section in the vehicle user manual.

“Parking assistance” screen.

1 “Front”.

2 “Side”.

3 “Rear”.

4 “Sound”.

5 “Rear Cross Parking Alert”.

6 “Rear Active Emergency Braking”.

7 “Occupant Safe Exit”.

“Parking assistance” detection areas

You can activate or deactivate the following parking distance zones:

- “Front” 1;

- “Side” 2;

- “Rear” 3.

“Sound”

Press “Sound” 4 to activate or deactivate the Park Assist sound warnings.

The following settings can be modified:

- “Sound type”: select a warning sound from the list8;

- “Volume”: adjust the obstacle detection volume using the “Volume” bar 9.

“Rear Cross Parking Alert” 5

The “Rear Cross Parking Alert” function 5 detects obstacles as they approach the side of the vehicle from the rear.

It is activated when reverse gear is engaged and the vehicle is stationary or moving at a low speed.

You will be notified of approaching obstacles by a continuous beep as well as a display on the multimedia screen and a light signal on the door mirror.

Note: motionless obstacles are not detected.

For further information on the “Rear Cross Parking Alert” function, please refer to the section on “Rear Cross Parking Alert” in your vehicle user manual.

For safety reasons, carry out any adjustments while the vehicle is stationary.

“Rear Active Emergency Braking” 6

When the reverse gear is engaged, the “Rear Active Emergency Braking” 6 detects stationary obstacles behind your vehicle.

For further information on the “Rear Active Emergency Braking” function, please refer to the section on “Rear Active Emergency Braking” in your vehicle user manual.

“Occupant Safe Exit” 7

The “Occupant Safe Exit” 7 warning detects a potential hazard and warns the driver and/or passenger(s) if they open a door while the vehicle is stationary.

This is activated when the vehicle is parked.

If an obstacle approaches the vehicle, a warning will be displayed on the instrument panel, a light signal will appear on the door mirrors and inside of the doors and a beep will sound.

Note: stationary obstacles and pedestrians are not detected.

For further information on the “Occupant Safe Exit” function, please refer to the section on “Occupant Safe Exit” in your vehicle user manual.

For safety reasons, carry out any adjustments while the vehicle is stationary.

“Hands-free Park Assist” menu

you can access the “Hands-free Park Assist” menu from:

- the “Vehicle” world, then select the “Hands-free Park Assist” menu;

- the “Hands-free Park Assist” widget by pressing “Open” (to configure, see the "Add and manage widgets" section);

- the “Favourites” button on the steering wheel (to configure, see the "User settings" section);

- the “Hands-free Park Assist” shortcut in the 360° camera view (for more information, see the “360° Camera” section).

This function is an additional driving aid.

Therefore, it can under no circumstances replace the driver's vigilance and responsibility during manoeuvres (the driver must always be ready to brake).

From this menu, you can choose the following manoeuvres:

- parallel parking 10;

- perpendicular parking 11;

- moving out of a parallel parking space 12.

For further information, please refer to the “Hands-free Park Assist” section in the vehicle user manual.

From the 13 icon, you can select the default manoeuvre type:

- “Parallel parking”;

or

- “Bay parking”.

When manoeuvring, the steering wheel may turn quickly: do not put your hands inside, and make sure that nothing is caught inside.

Depending on the equipment, different views are displayed on the multimedia system screen during the manoeuvre:

- gauge indicating the progress of the manoeuvre B;

- the manoeuvre direction instructions C;

- view of the vehicle, surrounding environment and available parking spaces E;

- front/rear camera view D.

If the conditions required for the operation are not met, a warning message is displayed on the screen 14.

To cancel the current manoeuvre, press 15.

“Automated Park Assist” menu

you can access the “Automated Park Assist” menu from:

- the “Vehicle” world, then select the “Automated Park Assist” menu;

- the “Automated Park Assist” widget by pressing “Open” (to configure, see the "Add and manage widgets" section);

- the “Favourites” button on the steering wheel (to configure, see the "User settings" section);

- the “Automated Park Assist” shortcut in the 360° camera view (for more information, see the “360° Camera” section).

This function is an additional driving aid.

Therefore, it can under no circumstances replace the driver's vigilance and responsibility during manoeuvres (the driver must always be ready to brake).

From this menu, you can choose the following manoeuvres:

- parallel parking 16;

- perpendicular parking 17;

- moving out of a parallel parking space 18.

To start the parking manoeuvre, press the “Start” button 20.

For further information, please refer to the “Automated Park Assist” section in the vehicle user manual.

From the 19 icon, you can select the default manoeuvre type:

- “Parallel parking”;

or

- “Bay parking”.

When manoeuvring, the steering wheel may turn quickly: do not put your hands inside, and make sure that nothing is caught inside.

Depending on the equipment, different views are displayed on the multimedia system screen during the manoeuvre:

- view of the front/rear camera, guide lines and the gauge indicating the progress of the manoeuvre F;

- view of the vehicle, surrounding environment, available parking spaces as well as instructions for the manoeuvre G.

To cancel a manoeuvre that is in progress, press the “Stop” button 21.