Range Rover Evoque: Accessing navigation

From the Home menu touch the On road nav soft key. Alternatively press the NAV hard key on the facia. A caution screen will be displayed.

If the navigation screen language has not been set, now is the time to set it. Select Language, make a selection and confirm it by touching the OK soft key. You will be returned to the CAUTION screen.

After touching the Agree soft key, the touch screen will display the MENU or the screen that was in use when you last switched off the system.

Note: After approximately 12 seconds, the menu soft keys will disappear and display the map information only. This will show current vehicle position. Touch the Nav menu soft key to display the full MENU screen.

At this point, the first time user should set up personal preferences in the Nav setup area.

These settings are applied whenever navigation is used.

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