Range Rover Evoque: Rear view camera

responsibility It remains the driver's responsibility to detect obstacles and estimate the vehicle's distance from them when reversing.

When Reverse (R) is selected the camera provides a wide-angle rear view colour image on the touch screen.

The camera display has priority over the parking aid display. To view the parking aid display instead or to cancel camera display at any time, briefly touch the display.

To adjust the camera settings, touch and hold anywhere on the touch screen to access the user options screen.

The display also incorporates graphic overlays, indicating vehicle direction, width and proximity to surrounding objects.

A. Solid line: The projected path based on

A. Solid line: The projected path based on current steering wheel position.

B. Dotted line: The safe working width of the vehicle (including exterior mirrors).

C. Tailgate access guideline: Do not reverse beyond this point if tailgate access is required.

D. Parking sensor activation: A coloured area appears, to indicate which rear sensor(s) has been activated.

E. User option. Touch to enable/disable A, B & C.

F. User option. Touch to enable/disable D.

G. User option. Touch to enable/disable Hitch Assist guidance lines.

barriers Some overhanging objects or barriers which could cause damage to the vehicle, may not be detected by the camera.

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