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DISPLAYS AND VOICE CONTROL

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* Option/accessory.

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Activating and deactivating the

center display

The center display can be dimmed and reactiva-
ted using the home button under the screen.

Center display's home button.

When the home button is used, the screen will go
dark and the touchscreen no longer reacts to
touch. The climate bar will remain visible. All func-
tions connected to the screen continue to oper-
ate, such as climate, audio, guiding* and apps.
The center display screen can be cleaned when
the display is dimmed. The dimming function can
also be used to darken the screen so it is not a
distraction while driving.

1. Press and hold the button beneath the

screen.
> The screen will go dark (the climate bar

will remain visible). All functions con-
nected to the screen continue to operate.

2. To reactivate the screen, briefly press the

Home button.
> The view that was displayed before the

screen was turned off will be displayed
again.

NOTE

The screen cannot be turned off when a
prompt to perform an action is being dis-
played on the screen.

NOTE

The center display is turned off automatically
when the engine is off and the driver's door is
opened.

Related information

Cleaning the center display (p. 607)

Changing the appearance of the center dis-
play (p. 129)

Center display overview (p. 107)

Navigating in the center display's

views

There are five different basic views in the center
display: Home view, Top view, Climate view, App
view and Function view. The screen is automati-
cally activated when the driver's door is opened.

Home view

Home view is the view displayed when the screen
is activated. It consists of four tiles: 

Navigation

,

Media

Phone

 and a fourth tile.

An app or vehicle function selected from the App
or Function views will start in the respective tile in
Home view. For example, 

FM radio

 will start in

the 

Media

 tile.

The fourth tile contains the most recently used
app or vehicle function that is not related to the
other three tiles.

The tiles display brief information about the
respective apps.

NOTE

When the vehicle is started, information on
the current status of apps will be displayed in
the respective tile in Home view.

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NOTE

In Home view's standard mode – short press
on the Home button. An animation describing
access to the various views is shown on the
screen.

NOTE

When the vehicle is moving:

Certain functions (e.g. using the center
display's keyboard) may be deactivated.

Certain texts (e.g. those generated by
apps) will be shortened to three rows.
Tap the 

Read out

 button to have the

entire message read aloud.

The message will be shortened to one
row. Tap the 

Read out

 button to have

the entire message read aloud.

Status bar

Current vehicle activities are shown at the top of
the screen in the status bar. Network and con-
nection information is shown to the left of the
status bar. Media-related information, the clock
and information about background activities are
shown to the right.

Top view

Top view when expanded.

There is a tab in the center of the status bar at
the top of the screen. Open Top view by tapping
the tab or by dragging/swiping from the top of
the screen downward.

Top view always provides access to:

Settings

Owner's manual

Profile

The vehicle's stored messages.

In certain cases, Top view provides access to:

Contextual setting (e.g. 

Navigation

Settings

). Change settings directly in Top

view when an app (e.g. navigation) is being
used.

Contextual Owner's Manual (e.g. 

Navigation

Manual

). Access articles in the digital

Owner's Manual related to the content
shown on the screen, directly in Top view.

To exit Top view, tap the screen outside Top view,
press the Home button or tap the screen at the
bottom of Top view and swipe upward. The views
behind will become visible again and can be
used.

NOTE

The top view is not available at start-up/shut-
down or when a message is being shown on
the screen. Similarly, it is not available when
the climate view is shown.

Climate view

The climate bar is always visible at the bottom of
the screen. The most common climate settings
can be made directly there, such as setting tem-
perature and seat heating*.

Tap the symbol in the center of the cli-
mate bar to open Climate view and
access additional climate system set-
tings.

Tap the symbol to close Climate view
and return to a previous view.

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App view

App view showing the vehicle's apps.

Swipe the screen from right to left

10

 to access

App view from Home view. This view displays
downloaded apps (third-party apps) as well as
apps for integrated functions, such as 

FM radio

.

Brief information will be displayed directly in App
view for certain apps, such as unread text mes-
sages for 

Messages

.

Tap an app to open it. It will then be opened in its
associated tile, e.g. 

Media

.

Depending on the number of apps, it is possible
to scroll down in the App view. This is done by
sweeping/dragging from the bottom upwards.

To return to Home view, swipe the screen from
left to right

10

 or press the Home button.

Function view

Function view with buttons for various vehicle functions.

Swipe the screen from left to right

10

 to access

Function view from Home view. From Function
view, you can activate or deactivate various vehi-
cle functions such as 

BLIS

*

Lane Keeping Aid

*

and 

Park Assist

*

.

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Applies for left-hand drive vehicles. For right-hand drive vehicles, swipe in the other direction.

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If there are many functions, you can also scroll
downward through the view. This is done by
sweeping/dragging from the bottom upwards.

Unlike in App view, where you tap an app to open
it, in Function view, tapping a function activates or
deactivates it. Certain functions (trigger func-
tions) open in their own window when tapped.

To return to Home view, swipe the screen from
right to left

10

 or press the Home button.

Related information

Handling tiles in the center display (p. 117)

Symbols in the center display status bar
(p. 122)

Changing settings in the center display's Top
view (p. 130)

Opening contextual setting in the center dis-
play (p. 131)

Owner's Manual in the center display (p. 17)

Driver profiles (p. 134)

Climate system controls (p. 210)

Apps (p. 460)

Function view in the center display (p. 120)

Center display overview (p. 107)

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Applies for left-hand drive vehicles. For right-hand drive vehicles, swipe in the other direction.

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Handling tiles in the center display

Home view consists of four tiles: 

Navigation

,

Media

Phone

 and a fourth tile. These views

can be expanded.

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Expanding a tile from standard mode

Standard mode and expanded mode of a tile in the center display.

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Expanding a tile:

For tiles 

Navigation

Media

 and 

Phone

:

Tap the screen anywhere in the tile. When a
tile is expanded, the extra tile in Home view
will be temporarily hidden. The other two tiles
will be minimized and only show certain infor-
mation. When the extra tile is tapped, the
other three tiles are minimized and only cer-
tain information is displayed.

Expanded view provides access to the basic
functions of the respective apps.

Closing an expanded tile:

The tile can be closed in three different
ways:

Tap the top section of the expanded tile.

Tap another tile (it will then be opened in
expanded mode instead).

Press briefly on the Home button under
the center display.

Opening or closing a tile in full-screen
mode

The fourth tile

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 and tile for 

Navigation

 can be

opened in full-screen mode to show additional
information and possible settings.

When a tile is opened in full-screen mode, no
information from the other tiles is displayed.

In expanded mode, open the
app in full-screen mode. Tap
the symbol.

To return to expanded mode,
tap the symbol or press the
Home button under the screen.

Center display's home button.

You can always press the Home button to return
to Home view. To return to Home view's standard
view from full-screen mode, press the Home but-
ton twice.

Related information

Handling the center display (p. 110)

Activating and deactivating the center display
(p. 113)

Navigating in the center display's views
(p. 113)

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Does not apply to all apps or vehicle functions opened via the fourth tile.

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120

Function view in the center display

Function view, which is one of the center dis-
play's basic views, contains all of the vehicle's
function buttons. From the Home view, navigate

to Function view by swiping from left to right
over the screen

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.

Different types of buttons

There are three different types of buttons for
vehicle functions; see below:

Type of button

Functions

Vehicle function affected

Function buttons Have On/Off modes.

When a function is active, an LED indicator light will illuminate to the left of the button's icon.
Press the button to turn the function on or off.

Most buttons in Function view are func-
tion buttons.

Trigger buttons

Do not have On/Off modes.

Pressing a trigger button opens a window for the function. This can be, for example, a win-
dow to change seat position.

Camera

Headrest Fold

Head-up Display Adjustments

Parking buttons

Have On/Off and scanning modes.

Similar to function buttons, but have an extra mode for parking scanning.

Park In

Park Out

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Applies for left-hand drive vehicles. For right-hand drive vehicles, swipe in the other direction.

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Button modes

When a function or parking button's LED indica-
tor is green, the function is activated (on). For
some functions, an additional text explaining the
function will be shown when the function is ini-
tially activated. The text will be displayed for a few
seconds and then the button will be displayed
with the LED indicator illuminated.

For 

Lane Keeping Aid

, for example, the text

Works only at certain speeds

 will be displayed

when the button is pressed.

Press the button once briefly to activate or deac-
tivate the function.

The function is deactivated when the LED indica-
tor light is switched off.

A warning triangle in the right-hand section of
the button indicates that something is not work-
ing correctly.

Related information

Handling the center display (p. 110)

Navigating in the center display's views
(p. 113)

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122

Moving apps and buttons in the

center display

The apps and buttons for vehicle functions can
be moved and organized in the App and Func-
tion views.

1. Swipe from right to left

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 to access App view

or swipe from left to right

13

 to access Func-

tion view.

2. Press and hold an app or button.

> The app or button will change size and

become slightly transparent. It can then
be moved.

3. Drag the app or button to an available posi-

tion in the view.

A maximum of 48 rows can be used to position
apps or buttons. To move an app or button out-
side the visible view, drag it to the bottom of the
view. New rows will be added and the app or but-
ton can be placed in one of these.

Apps or buttons placed below the view's normal
display will not be visible on the screen.

Swipe the screen to scroll up or down in the view
to display information outside the view.

NOTE

Hide the apps that are rarely or never used by
moving them far down, outside of the visible
view. This makes it easier to find the apps
used more frequently.

NOTE

Apps and vehicle function buttons cannot be
situated at spots already in use.

Related information

Function view in the center display (p. 120)

Apps (p. 460)

Handling the center display (p. 110)

Symbols in the center display status

bar

Overview of symbols displayed in the center dis-
play status bar.

The status bar shows current vehicle activities
and in certain cases, also their status. Due to the
limited space in the status bar, not all symbols
will be displayed at all times.

Symbol

Meaning

Connected to the Internet.

Could not connect to Internet.

Roaming activated.

Cell phone network signal strength.

Bluetooth device connected.

Bluetooth activated but no device
connected.

Information sent to and from GPS.

Connected to Wi-Fi network.

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Applies for left-hand drive vehicles. For right-hand drive vehicles, swipe in the other direction.

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Symbol

Meaning

Tethering activated (Wi-Fi hotspot).
This means that the vehicle shares
an available Internet connection.

Vehicle modem activated.

USB sharing active.

Action in progress.

Timer for preconditioning active.

A

Audio source being played.

Audio source paused.

Phone call in progress.

Audio source muted.

News broadcasts from current radio
station.

B

Traffic information being received.

B

Clock.

A

Only hybrid models.

B

Not available in all markets.

Related information

Navigating in the center display's views
(p. 113)

Messages in the center display (p. 138)

Internet-connected vehicle* (p. 503)

Connecting a device via the USB port
(p. 487)

Phone (p. 494)

Date and time (p. 90)

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Using the center display keyboard

You can use the keyboard in the center display
to enter characters or to switch to handwriting
mode to "write" letters and characters on the
screen.

The keyboard can be used to enter characters
(letters, numbers, symbols, etc.) to e.g. send text
messages from the vehicle, enter passwords or
search for information in the digital Owner's Man-
ual.

The keyboard will only appear when it is possible
to enter text on the screen.

NOTE

The keyboard cannot be used while the vehi-
cle is moving.

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The illustration shows an overview of some of the buttons that may be shown on the keyboard. The appearance may vary depending on language settings and the context in which
the keyboard is used.

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126

Row showing suggestions for words or char-
acters

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. The suggested words change as

new letters are entered. Scroll through the
list of suggested words by tapping the right
or left arrows. Tap a suggestion to select it.
Please note that this function is not available
in all languages. When unavailable, this row
will not be shown on the keyboard.
Available characters are adapted to the lan-
guage selected for the keyboard (see num-
ber 7 below). Tap a character to enter it.
Different buttons are displayed here depend-
ing on the context in which the keyboard is
used, e.g. @ to enter an email address or the
return key to start a new line.
This button hides the keyboard. In cases
where this is not possible, the button will not
be displayed.
Used to enter uppercase letters. Tap once to
enter one uppercase letter and then con-
tinue with lowercase letters. Tap twice for
caps lock (all text will be entered in upper-
case letters). Tap again to return the key-
board to lowercase letters. In this mode, the
first letter after a period, exclamation point or
question mark will be automatically entered
in uppercase form. The first letter entered in
text fields will also be uppercase. In text
fields intended for names or addresses, each
word will be automatically started with an

uppercase letter. In text fields intended for
passwords, website addresses or email
addresses, all letters will automatically be
lowercase unless uppercase is selected.
Used to enter numbers. The number key-
board (2) will then be displayed. Tap 

,

which is shown instead of 

 in number

mode, to return to the keyboard with letters,
or 

 to display the keyboard with special

characters.
Used to change the keyboard language, e.g.

EN

. The available characters and word sug-

gestions (1) vary depending on the selected
language. In order to toggle between key-
board languages, the languages must first be
added under Settings.
Space bar.

Delete. Tap to delete characters one at a
time. Press and hold to delete multiple char-
acters quickly.
Used to change to handwriting mode.

Tap the confirm button over the keyboard (not
shown in illustration) once to confirm the text that
has been entered. The button's appearance dif-
fers depending on the context.

Variants of letters or characters

Variants of a letter or character, e.g. é or è, can
be entered by pressing and holding the letter or
character. A box containing possible variants of
the letter or character will appear. Tap the
desired variant. If no variant is selected, the origi-
nal letter/character will be used.

Related information

Changing keyboard language in the center
display (p. 127)

Entering characters, letters and words by
hand in the center display (p. 127)

Handling the center display (p. 110)

Handling text messages (p. 500)

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For Asian languages.

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Changing keyboard language in the

center display

In order to toggle between keyboard languages,
the languages must first be added under

Settings

.

Adding or deleting languages in
Settings

The keyboard is automatically set to the same
language as the system language. The keyboard
language can be manually changed without
affecting the system language.

1. Tap 

Settings

 in Top view.

2. Tap 

System

System Languages and

Units

Keyboard Layouts

.

3. Select one or more languages in the list.

> It is now possible to toggle between the

selected languages using the keyboard.

If no language has been selected under

Settings

, the keyboard will remain in the same

language as the vehicle's system language.

Toggling between keyboard languages

If more than one language has
been selected in 

Settings

, the

button in the keyboard can be
used to switch between the dif-
ferent languages.

To toggle between keyboard languages from the
list:

1. Press and hold the button.

> A list will appear.

2. Select the desired language. If more than

four languages have been selected under

Settings

, you can scroll through the list

shown on the keyboard.
> The keyboard and word suggestions will

be adapted to the selected language.

To change keyboard language without displaying
the list:

Tap the button.
> The keyboard layout will change to the

next language in the list without display-
ing the list.

Related information

Changing system language (p. 130)

Using the center display keyboard (p. 124)

Entering characters, letters and

words by hand in the center display

Characters, letters and words can be entered in
the center display by handwriting them on the
touchscreen.

Tap the button on the center
display's keyboard to switch
from the keyboard to handwrit-
ing mode.

Space for entering characters/letters/
words/parts of words.
Text field displaying suggested characters or
words

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 as they are written on the screen

(1).

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Suggestions for characters/letters/words/
parts of words. You can scroll through the
list.
Space bar. Blank spaces can be created by
writing a dash (

‒) in the field for handwritten

letters (1). See "Writing blank spaces in free-
text fields" below.
Delete. Tap once to erase one character/
letter at a time. Wait a moment before tap-
ping again to erase the next character, letter
etc.
Return to the standard keyboard layout.

Switch off/on screen tap sounds.

Hide the keyboard. In cases where this is not
possible, the button will not be displayed.
Change language for text input.

Handwriting characters/letters/words

1. Write a character, a letter, a word or parts of

a word in the field for handwritten letters (1).
Write the word or part of the word vertically
or horizontally.
> A number of suggestions for characters,

letters or words will be displayed (3). The
most likely will be shown at the top of the
list.

CAUTION

Do not use sharp objects on the screen as
this could cause scratches.

2. The character/letter/word will be entered

automatically after a short pause if no other
action is taken.
> The character/letter/word at the top of

the list will be used. Tap one of the other
characters/letters/words in the list to use
it instead.

Erasing/changing handwritten characters/
letters

Erase text in the text field (2) by swiping over the hand-
writing field (1).

Characters/letters can be erased or changed
in several ways:

Tap the desired letter or word in the list
(3).

Tap the delete button (5) to erase the let-
ter and start again.

Swipe horizontally from right to left

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 over

the handwriting field (1). Erase several let-
ters at once by swiping over the area sev-
eral times.

Tap the X box in the text field (2) to erase
all written text.

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Certain system languages only.

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For Arabic keyboards, swipe in the other direction. Swiping from right to left will create a blank space.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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