Range Rover Evoque: Rear seat access (coupe models)

The front seats tilt and power slide forwards for entry to and exit from the rear seats. Operation is controlled by a lever and switch.

1. Lift the locking lever and pivot the seatback

1. Lift the locking lever and pivot the seatback forwards.

2. Press the front of the switch to power the seat forwards.

3. To return the seat, pivot the seatback until it locks into its previous position, then press and hold the rear of the switch to power the seat rearwards until it locks into position.

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