Range Rover Evoque: Automatic systems

Gradient Acceleration Control (GAC) and Hill Start Assist are not active while HDC is operating.

GAC will limit vehicle acceleration on steep descents, allowing the driver to feel more in control of the vehicle.

Hill Start Assist activates when starting a hill ascent from a stationary position. When the foot brake is released Hill Start Assist smoothly releases the brake pressure, allowing the vehicle to move away without rolling backwards.

Any fault with GAC or Hill Start Assist will be indicated by the DSC warning lamp being illuminated and a message in the message centre.

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 Parking aids

 Parking aids

Parking aids 1. Parking aid on/off switch. The switch indicator will illuminate. When reverse gear is selected, the front and rear parking sensors are activated automatically. To turn off, pre

 Towing

The rear sensors are automatically disabled when a trailer with an approved electrical connector is connected. Note: Trailers fitted with LED lights will not disable the rear parking aids sensors.

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 Stop/start (manual transmission only)

The Stop/Start system has been designed to improve fuel efficiency. The system is automatically activated when the ignition is switched on. When the engine has been stopped by the stop/start system, the ECO icon will illuminate. When the vehicle comes to a stop, neutral is selected and the

 Heating and ventilation controls

Controls 1. Temperature controls. For individual driver/passenger settings. 2. Maximum defrost program. 3. Air distribution. Note: More than one setting may be selected at a time to achieve the desired distribution. 4. AUTO mode. For fully automatic operation. 5. Heated windscreen. 6. He

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