Range Rover Evoque: Navigation controls

Consists of two menu screens. Icons for the second menu are shown individually.

Navigation controls
Navigation controls

See 104, TOUCH SCREEN OVERVIEW.

1. Move to other Navigation menu.

2. Cancels current route guidance.

3. Provides a choice of options for entering a destination.

4. Will display previous destinations entered.

5. Allows the user to select various options for the route.

6. When a destination is set, the Range Rover logo in this position is replaced by a soft key which enables the last voice instruction to be repeated.

7. Voice guidance can be turned off for the current journey. Softkey is highlighted while voice guidance is enabled.

8. Allows the user to take a detour from the current route.

9. Advances to the main map screen.

10. Settings for the navigation system.

11. Allows the user to turn on or off POI icons.

12. TMC (Traffic Message Channel). Not used for entering a destination but, when enabled, will provide data about road conditions and any events that may affect the journey.

13. Manage the stored locations.

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