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In the event of a breakdown

Version 2

Fuses

Fuse No.

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

FF01

Red

10

On-board diagnosis (OBD-II)

FF02

Yellow

20

Body control and cluster module 1 (BCCM-1)

FF03

Green

30

Body control and cluster module 2 (BCCM-2)

FF04

Yellow

20

Body control and cluster module 3 (BCCM-3)

FF05

Green

30

Body control and cluster module 4 (BCCM-4)

FF06

Blue

15

Audio system

FF07

Blue

15

12V Socket

FF08

Tan

5

Spare connector / USB

FF09

Red

10

Front washer

FF10

Tan

5

ECU's ignition

FF11

Tan

5

Airbag ECU

FF12

Tan

5

Switches ignition

FF

Tan

5

Service

FF

Red

10

Service

FF

Blue

15

Service

FS01

Pink

30

Body control and cluster module 5 (BCCM-5)

FS02

Pink

30

Body control and cluster module 6 (BCCM-6)

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In the event of a breakdown

8

Relays

Relay

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

MICRO

Brown

20

Ignition Loads

Engine compartment fuses

The fusebox is placed in the engine 

compartment near the battery.

Access to the fuses

 

 

►  Remove the 

cover.

►  Change the fuse.

►  When you have finished, close the cover 

carefully then engage the two latches, to ensure 

correct sealing of the fusebox.

Version 1

Engine fuse cum relay box

Fuse No.

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

FF01

Green

30

ABS ECU

FF02

Red

10

HVAC Compressor

FF03

Red

10

Horn

FF04

Green

30

ECM Loads (Ignition Coil / Injectors / Fuel Pump)

FF05

Blue

15

ECM Loads (Canister Valve / O2 Sensors)

FF06

Tan

5

ECM Loads (VVT Valve)

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In the event of a breakdown

Fuse No.

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

FF07

Yellow

20

ECM Power Supply

FF08

Tan

5

Radiator Fan Relay Coil Supply

FS01

Yellow

60

Cabin Fuse Bow Loads (CFB-1)

FS02

Yellow

60

Electric Power Steering (EPS) Motor

FS03

Green

40

ABS Motor

FS04

Green

40

Radiator fan

FS05

Green

40

Accessory load (HVAC Blower/Wiper/Washer)

FF

Green

30

Service

FF

Blue

15

Service

FF

Red

10

Service

Relay

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

MICRO

Brown

20

HVAC Compressor

MICRO

Brown

20

Horn

MICRO

Brown

20

Starter Solenoid

MICRO

Grey

35

ECM Main

Version 2

Engine fuse cum relay box

Fuse No.

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

FF01

Green

30

ABS ECU

FF02

Red

10

HVAC Compressor

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In the event of a breakdown

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Fuse No.

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

FF03

Red

10

Horn

FF04

Green

30

ECM Loads (Ignition Coil / Injectors / Fuel Pump)

FF05

Blue

15

ECM Loads (Canister Valve / O2 Sensors)

FF06

Tan

5

ECM Loads (VVT Valve)

FF07

Yellow

20

ECM Power Supply

FF08

Tan

5

Radiator Fan Relay Coil Supply

FS01

Black

80

Cabin Fuse Box Loads (CFB-1)

FS02

Yellow

60

Electric Power Steering (EPS) Motor

FS03

Green

40

ABS Motor

FS04

Green

40

Radiator Fan

FS05

Green

40

Accessory Load (HVAC Blower/Washer)

FF

Green

30

Service

FF

Blue

15

Service

FF

Red

10

Service

Relay

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

MICRO

Brown

20

HVAC Compressor

MICRO

Brown

20

Horn

MICRO

Brown

20

Starter Solenoid

MICRO

Grey

35

ECM Main

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In the event of a breakdown

Engine fuse cum relay box turbo

Fuse No.

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

FF01

Green

30

ABS ECU

FF02

Red

10

HVAC Compressor

FF03

Red

10

Horn

FF04

Green

30

ECM Loads (Ignition Coil / Fuel Pump)

FF05

Blue

15

ECM Loads (Canister Valve / O2 Sensors)

FF06

Blue

15

ECM Loads (VVT / Thermostat / Oil Pump Valve)

FF07

Yellow

20

ECM Power Supply & Injectors

FF08

Tan

5

Radiator Fan Relay Coil Supply

FS01

Black

80

Cabin Fuse Box Loads (CFB-1)

FS02

Yellow

60

Electric Power Steering (EPS) Motor

FS03

Green

40

ABS Motor

FS04

Yellow

60

Radiator Fan

FS05

Green

40

Accessory Load (HVAC Blower/Washer)

FF

Green

30

Service

FF

Blue

15

Service

FF

Red

10

Service

Relay

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

MICRO

Brown

20

HVAC Compressor

MICRO

Brown

20

Horn

MICRO

Brown

20

Starter Solenoid

MICRO

Grey

35

ECM Main

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In the event of a breakdown

8

Engine relay box

Version 1

Fuse No.

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

FS06

Green

40

Cabin Fuse Box Loads (CFB-2)

Relay

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

MINI

Grey

40

Radiator Fan

MINI

Grey

40

Accessory load (HVAC Blower/Wiper/Washer)

MAXI

Grey

70

ECM Power

Version 2

Fuse No.

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

FS06

Green

40

Cabin Fuse Box Loads (CFB-2)

Relay

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

MINI

Grey

40

Radiator Fan

MINI

Grey

40

Accessory load (HVAC Blower/Washer)

MAXI

Grey

70

ECM Power

Engine relay box turbo

Fuse No.

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

FS06

Green

40

Cabin Fuse Box Loads (CFB-2)

FF09

Blue

15

ECM Loads (Electric Dump Valve / Blow-by Heater)

FF10

Tan

5

Battery Sensor (BECB)

FF11

Black

1

ECM Main Relay Coil Control (Diode)

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In the event of a breakdown

Relay

Colour

Rating (A)

Functions

MINI

Grey

40

Accessory load (HVAC Blower/Washer)

MAXI

Grey

70

ECM Power

12 V battery

Lead-acid starter batteries

These batteries contain harmful 

substances (sulphuric acid and lead).

They must be disposed at authorized dealer/

battery shop in accordance with regulations 

and must never under any circumstances be 

discarded with household waste.

Take used remote control batteries and 

vehicle batteries to a special collection point.

Protect your eyes and face before 

handling the battery.

Use goggles and gloves while working with 

the battery. Diluted sulphuric acid spilled from 

battery can cause blindness or severe burns. 

Flush eyes or body with ample water and get 

medical care immediately if suffered. 

Keep batteries out of the reach of children. 

All operations on the battery must be carried 

out in a well ventilated area and away from 

naked flames and sources of sparks, so as to 

avoid any risk of explosion or fire.

Wash your hands afterwards.

If the battery fails (after warranty 

coverage), replace it with a battery of the 

same specification as the one used in the 

vehicle. 

Access to the battery

The battery is located under the bonnet.

Naturally Aspirated engine version

 

 

(+)

 Positive terminal.

(-)

 Negative terminal.

Turbo engine version

 

 

(+)

 Positive terminal.

(-)

 Negative terminal.

A remote earth point is located near the battery.

Starting using another 

battery

If the vehicle's battery is flat/drain/discharged, 

the engine can be started using a backup battery 

(either external or from another vehicle) and 

jump leads or using a battery booster.

Never start the engine by connecting a 

battery charger.

Never use a 24 V or higher battery booster.

Check beforehand that the backup battery 

has a nominal voltage of 12 V and a capacity 

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at least equal to that of the discharged 

battery.

The two vehicles must not be in contact with 

each other.

Switch off all electricity-consuming equipment 

on both vehicles (audio system, wipers, 

lighting, etc.).

Make sure that the jump leads are well away 

from the engine’s moving parts (fan, belt, 

etc.).

Do not disconnect the (+) terminal while the 

engine is running.

During jump start, extra care should be taken 

to ensure right terminals are connected. If 

terminal connections are reversed, it will 

lead to failure of alternator & other electrical, 

electronic components. 

Never power electrical or electronic 

components directly from battery terminals 

as it will lead to poor battery charging, poor 

performance of components and battery 

sensor malfunction, which will impact fuel 

economy. 

For Naturally Aspirated engine version

 

 

►  Lift the cover on the (+) terminal, if the vehicle 

has one.

►  Connect the red cable to the (+) terminal 

of flat battery 

A

, then to the (+) terminal of the 

backup battery 

B

 or of the booster.

►  Connect one end of the green or black cable 

to the (-) terminal of the backup battery 

B

 or of 

the booster (or to an earth point on the assisting 

vehicle).

►  Connect the other end of the green or black 

cable to the (-) terminal of flat battery 

A

.

►  Start the engine on the assisting vehicle and 

leave it running for a few minutes.

►  Operate the starter on the broken down 

vehicle and let the engine run.

If the engine does not start immediately, switch 

off the ignition and wait a few moments before 

trying again.

►  Wait for it to return to idle.

►  Disconnect the jump leads 

in reverse order

first remove (-) terminal then (+) terminal.

►  Refit the cover to the (+) terminal, if the 

vehicle has one.

►  Allow the engine to run for at least 

30 minutes, with the vehicle stationary, so that 

the battery reaches an adequate state of charge.

For Turbo engine version

 

 

The negative cable must be connected to 

the car ground (not to the battery 

negative terminal) so that the battery sensor 

can detect all charging and discharging 

currents.

►  Lift the cover on the (+) terminal, if the vehicle 

has one.

►  Connect the red cable to the (+) terminal of 

flat battery 

A

 (at the metal elbow), then to the 

(+) terminal of the backup battery 

B

 or of the 

booster.

►  Connect one end of the green or black cable 

to the (-) terminal of the backup battery 

B

 or of 

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the booster (or to an earth point on the assisting 

vehicle).

►  Connect the other end of the green or black 

cable to the earth point 

C

 on the broken down 

vehicle.

►  Start the engine on the assisting vehicle and 

leave it running for a few minutes.

►  Operate the starter on the broken down 

vehicle and let the engine run.

If the engine does not start immediately, switch 

off the ignition and wait a few moments before 

trying again.

►  Wait for it to return to idle.

►  Disconnect the jump leads 

in reverse order

first remove (-) terminal then (+) terminal..

►  Refit the cover to the (+) terminal, if the 

vehicle has one.

►  Allow the engine to run for at least 

30 minutes, with the vehicle stationary, so that 

the battery reaches an adequate state of charge.

Driving immediately without having 

reached a sufficient level of charge may 

affect some of the vehicle's functionalities.

Disconnecting/removing the 

battery

In order to maintain an adequate state of charge 

for starting the engine, it is recommended that 

the battery be disconnected if the vehicle is 

taken out of service for a long period.

Before disconnecting the battery:

►  Close all openings (doors, boot, windows).

►  Switch off all electrical consumers (audio 

system, wipers, lighting, etc.).

►  Switch off the ignition and wait for 4 minutes.

 

 

Naturally Aspirated engine version

 

 

Turbo engine version

►  Disconnect the negative cable.

►  Disconnect the positive cable.

►  Remove the mounting bracket if you need to 

remove the battery.

Be careful not to cause accidental short 

circuits between the positive and 

negative battery terminals. 

Do not allow smoking, sparks or flames 

around fuel or the battery. 

After reconnection

After reconnecting the battery, turn on the 

ignition and wait 1 minute before starting the 

engine, to enable the electronic systems to 

initialise.

If minor problems nevertheless persist following 

this operation, contact a CITROËN dealer.

Referring to the relevant section, initialise or 

reset certain equipment:

–  Date and time.

–  Preset radio stations.

Towing the vehicle

General recommendations

Observe the legislation in force in the 

country where you are driving.

Ensure that the weight of the towing vehicle is 

higher than that of the towed vehicle.

The driver must remain at the wheel of the 

towed vehicle and must have a valid driving 

licence.

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When towing a vehicle with all four wheels on 

the ground, always use an approved towing 

arm; rope and straps are prohibited.

The towing vehicle must move off gently.

When the vehicle is towed with its engine 

off, there is no longer braking and steering 

assistance.

A professional towing service must be 

called if:

–  Broken down on a motorway or main road.

–  Not possible to put the gearbox into neutral, 

unlock the steering, or release the parking 

brake.

–  Towing with only two wheels on the ground.

–  No approved towbar available.

Access to the tools

 

 

The towing eye is stored under the boot floor 

carpet.

Towing your vehicle

To access the front screw thread:

 

 

►  Remove the cover.

To be towed:

►  Screw the towing eye in fully.

►  Install the towbar.

►  Put the gearbox into neutral.

Failure to observe this instruction could 

result in damage to certain components 

(braking, transmission, etc.) and to the 

absence of braking assistance the next time 

the engine is started.

►  Unlock the steering and release the parking 

brake.

►  Switch on the hazard warning lamps on both 

vehicles.

►  Move off gently, drive slowly and only for a 

short distance.

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Technical data

Engines technical data

The engine characteristics are given in the 

vehicle's registration document, as well as in 

sales brochures.

The maximum power corresponds to the 

value type-approved on a test bed, under 

conditions defined as per AIS 137 (Part 5).

For more information, contact a CITROËN 

dealer.

Engine

EB2NA 

engine

EB2ADTM 

engine

Gearbox

MA5

(Manual 

5-speed)

MB6

(Manual 

6-speed)

Cubic capacity

1 199 cc

1 199 cc

Max. power

60 kW at 

5750 rpm

81 kW at 

5500 rpm

Fuel

BSVI 

Commercial 

Gasoline 

Fuel

BSVI 

Commercial 

Gasoline 

Fuel 

Curb weight

L1-939 kg

L2-964 kg

L2-1035 Kg 

Dimensions (mm)

These dimensions have been measured on an 

unladen vehicle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Identification markings

Various visible markings for the identification and 

research of your vehicle.

 

 

A. Vehicle identification number (VIN), BSO 

(Body Side Outer) Front Panel RH

Stamped on BIW.

Bears the following information:

–  Manufacturer's name.

–  VIN number.

– Model.

–  Engine number.

B. Chassis number, Seat Cross Member 

Panel RH 

Below driver seat.

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Technical data

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C. Tyres label

Tyre Size

Tyre Position

Tyre Pressure

Normal Load

Full Load (GVW)

1 to 3 persons

4 to 5 persons

195/65 R15

Front

32 psi

36 psi

Rear

32 psi

36 psi

185/65 R15

Spare tyre 1 (Turbo)

36 psi

36 psi

165/80 R14

Spare tyre 2 (NA)

36 psi

36 psi

Fixed at the driver-side door.

Bears the following information about the tyres:

–  Tyre pressures, unladen and laden.

–  Tyre specification, made up of the dimensions 

and type as well as the load and speed indices.

–  Spare tyre inflation pressure.

The vehicle may be originally equipped 

with tyres with higher load and speed 

indices than those indicated on the label, 

without affecting tyre pressure (on cold tyres).

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10" Touch Screen

10" Touch Screen

Multimedia audio system

The functions and settings described 

may vary according to the vehicle version 

and configuration.

Driving while distracted can result in loss 

of vehicle control, crash and injury. We 

strongly recommend that you use extreme 

caution when using any device that may take 

your focus off the road. 

Your primary responsibility is the safe 

operation of your vehicle. 

We recommend against the use of any hand-

held device while driving and encourage 

the use of voice-operated systems when 

possible. 

Make sure you are aware of all applicable 

local laws that may affect the use of electronic 

devices while driving.

For safety reasons and because they 

require sustained attention by the driver, 

the following operations must be carried out 

with the vehicle stationary and the ignition on: 

–  Pairing the smartphone with the system in 

Bluetooth

®

 mode.

–  Connection to the Apple CarPlay

®

 or 

Android Auto applications.

–  Using the smartphone.

–  Changing the system settings and 

configuration.

Some functions are not accessible when 

driving.

Overheating

In very hot conditions, operation may be 

limited to protect the system (e.g. volume may 

be reduced). A warning message is displayed 

on the screen.

The system will resume normal operation 

when the temperature in the passenger 

compartment has dropped.

The system is protected in such a way 

that it will only operate in the vehicle. 

For more information about smartphones 

and OS compatibility, refer to the 

following website: 

https://citroen.in/citroen-connectivity

General information

Getting to know your 

system

The system allows you to interact with a variety 

of features using the touch screen and voice 

commands. 

By integrating with your Bluetooth

®

-enabled 

phone, the touch screen provides easy 

interaction with audio, multimedia, navigation, 

and your phone's compatible applications.

Your system is equipped with a feature that 

allows you to access and control audio features 

for 60 minutes after you switch the ignition off 

(until the doors are locked using the remote 

control).

Layout of the touch screen

To operate the touch screen, simply touch the 

item or option that you want to choose. The 

button changes colour when you select it.

 

 

1.

Display off (short press)

Power off (long press)

2.

Connected device status with battery and 

signal strength (when mobile phone is 

connected)

3.

Status bar

This bar displays icons and messages 

pertaining to current system activities.

4.

Date and time

5.

Global volume control

6.

Menus

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7.

Global shortcuts

The touch screen allows quick access to all of 

your comfort, navigation, communication and 

entertainment options. Using the status and 

feature bar, you can quickly select the feature 

you want to use.

Cleaning the touch screen

Remove dirt and fingerprints with a dry, clean, 

soft cloth.

If dirt or fingerprints are still on the screen, apply 

a small amount of cleaning alcohol to the cloth 

and try to clean it again.

Do not use detergent or any type of 

solvent to clean the touch screen. 

Do not pour or spray alcohol onto the touch 

screen. 

Do not use sharp objects on the screen. 

Do not touch the screen with wet hands.

Steering mounted controls

Depending on your vehicle and option package, 

you can use different controls on your steering 

wheel to interact with the touch screen system in 

different ways.

 

 

Change multimedia source 

Voice command

Activates voice recognition while 

connected to a smartphone via Bluetooth

®

 (with 

Internet on), Android Auto or Apple CarPlay

®

 

and the system provides feedback through 

audible tones, prompts, questions and spoken 

confirmations depending on the situation and the 

chosen level of interaction (voice settings of the 

phone).

Seek up or next song

While in radio mode, press to seek 

between memory presets. Press and hold to 

increment quickly, until you find a station you 

want to listen. 

While in USB or Bluetooth

®

 audio, press to seek 

between songs or press and hold to fast seek. 

During an incoming call: accept call

Seek down or previous song

While in radio mode, press to seek 

between memory presets. Press and hold to 

decrement quickly, until you find a station you 

want to listen. 

While in USB or Bluetooth

®

 audio press to seek 

between songs or press and hold to fast seek. 

During an incoming call: reject call

During an ongoing call : end call

Increase volume 

Decrease volume (short press)

Mute sound (long press)

Menus

Radio

Select a radio station. 

Phone

Access the phone contacts, dialpad and 

call log.

Android Auto

Run certain applications on a smartphone 

connected via Android Auto.

Apple CarPlay®

Run certain applications on a smartphone 

connected via Apple CarPlay®.

Media

Access and navigate media files of a USB 

device or an iPod.

BT Audio

Access and control the audio files of a 

device connected via Bluetooth.

Device List

Access and manage the devices 

connected to the system.

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Settings

Access the settings (system, phone, 

audio etc.).

Radio

 

 

Choosing the band

Press 

FM

 or 

AM

 on the bottom of the screen to 

select the band.

Selecting a station

Make a short press to perform a manual 

search for previous/next radio frequency.

Make a long press to perform an automatic 

search for previous/next radio frequency.

Presetting a station

12 stations can be preset on the FM band and 6 

on the AM band.

Manual

Make a long press on one of the preset number 

to preset the current playing station.

Automatic

Press 

AST

 to search all frequencies within 

the current band and automatically store valid 

stations.

Phone

 

 

A phone must be paired to the system to 

be able to use the following 

functionalities. 

Pairing a phone

The services available depend on the 

network, the SIM card and the 

compatibility of the Bluetooth

®

 devices used. 

Consult the phone user guide, the service 

provider and the OEM portal to check which 

services are available. 

https://citroen.in/citroen-connectivity

The Bluetooth

®

 function must be activated and 

the phone in "Visible to all" mode. 

To complete the pairing, whichever procedure 

is used (from the phone or from the system), 

ensure that the code is the same in the system 

and in the phone. 

If the pairing procedure fails, we 

recommend deactivating and then 

reactivating the Bluetooth

®

 function on the 

phone and deleting any CITROËN name 

present in the pairing list. 

Procedure from the phone

The system discoverable mode will operate 90 

seconds once the BT visibility option is selected 

under 

Settings

.

Select the name of the system in the list of 

detected devices on the phone. 

In the system, accept the connection request 

from the phone and follow the instructions on the 

phone and system screen. 

Procedure from the system

Select 

Settings

 menu.  

Select 

Phone

Press 

Add device

Press 

Scan for Devices

The list of detected devices is displayed. 

Select the name of the required phone in the list. 

Depending on the type of phone, you 

may by prompted to accept the transfer 

of contacts. 

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Automatic reconnection

On returning to the vehicle, if the last phone 

connected is present again (Bluetooth

®

 

activated), it is automatically reconnected after 

key on.

Managing paired phones

To connect or disconnect a paired phone and 

switch to Android Auto or Apple CarPlay

®

Press 

Settings

 menu, select 

Phone

 then 

Device List

 to display the list of paired 

devices. 

or

Press directly 

Device List

 menu to 

display the list of paired devices.

Press the Bluetooth icon to connect/

disconnect a device.

Delete a phone

Press 

Settings

 menu, select 

Phone

 then 

Device List

 to display the list of paired 

devices. 

or

Press directly 

Device List

 menu to 

display the list of paired devices.

Press 

Delete

 to delete a device. 

Receiving a call

An incoming call is announced by a ring and a 

superimposed display in the screen. 

To accept the call: 

Press this steering mounted button or use 

the touch screen button.

To reject the call:

Press this steering mounted button or use 

the touch screen button.

Making a call

Using the telephone is not recommended 

while driving. 

Park/stop the vehicle before using the mobile 

device. 

Calling a new number

Press 

Phone

 menu. 

Press 

Dialpad

.

Enter the phone number using the digital 

keypad.

Press the 

Call

 button.

Calling a contact

Press 

Phone

 menu. 

Press 

Contacts

.

Select your contact.

Calling a recently used number

Press 

Phone

 menu. 

Press 

Call Log

.

Select the number in the list of recently used 

numbers.

Call options

During an active call, the following options are 

available:

Mute

: mute the microphone.

Hold

: put the active call on hold.

Add

: add a second call from the dial pad, call log 

or contact list.

Use Phone

: switch to handset mode.

Keypad

: use the keypad.

End call

: hang up the phone.

Managing multiple calls

If there is a second incoming call, you can press 

Accept Call

 to accept it. The first call is on hold. 

You can choose to swap between calls or merge 

both calls. If you merge calls, a conference call 

is created. 

Connectivity

Synchronising a smartphone enables 

users to display applications that support 

the smartphone’s Android Auto or Apple 

CarPlay

®

 technology on the vehicle’s screen. 

For Apple CarPlay

®

 technology, the Apple 

CarPlay

®

 function must first be activated on 

the smartphone. In all cases, the smartphone 

must be unlocked, to enable the 

communication process between the 

smartphone and the system to function (at 

first connection only). As principles and 

standards are constantly changing, we 

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