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Information for two journeys 1 and 2

A first rotation of control knob A on the steering wheel allows you to display the information for journey 1.

Average speed

Average speed

This is calculated (since the last reset to zero of the trip computer) by dividing the distance travelled by the time taken (with the engine running).

Average consumption

This is the relationship between the fuel consumed and the distance travelled since the last reset to zero of the selected journey.

Distance travelled

This is the distance that has been travelled since the last reset to zero of the journey selected.

A second rotation of control knob A steering wheel.

A second rotation of control knob A steering wheel.

allows you to display the information for journey 2.

Journeys

Journeys 1 and 2 are independent of each other but identical in use.

They allow you, for example, to assign journey 1 for daily calculations and journey 2 for monthly calculations.

Reset a journey to zero

When the required journey is displayed, make a long press on the left-hand control knob A on the steering wheel.

Return to the main instrument panel screen display

Successive rotations of the control knob A on the steering wheel allow you to return to the main instrument panel screen display (vehicle speed), via the navigation information screen, then the screen displaying only the total mileage and the trip mileage (bottom of screen).

Display of navigation information on instrument panel screen

Display of navigation information on instrument panel screen

You can display navigation information on the instrument panel screen by rotating the left-hand knob A on the steering wheel.

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