Range Rover Evoque: Terrain response messages

Messages relating to the Terrain response system are displayed in the message centre.

See 56, INSTRUMENT PANEL.

Most of the messages that appear will be for information only and require no driver intervention.

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 Hill descent control

 Hill descent control (HDC) controls

Hill descent control (HDC) controls 1. Press to switch HDC on and off. 2. Press to increase the set speed. 3. Press to decrease the set speed. Manual transmission: HDC can be used in 1st, 2nd o

 Hdc operation

With HDC engaged, standard descent speed will not exceed 20km/h (12.4mph). While the green warning lamp is continuously illuminated, HDC target speed can be modified using the cruise control steer

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 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 forwards. 2. Press the front of the switch to power the seat forwards. 3. To return the seat, pivot the se

 Heater Mats

Principles of Operation Heated seats incorporate heater elements in the cushion and the backrest of the seat. Each cushion heater element has a thermal sensor, which supplies a feedback temperature signal to the related seat heater module. The backrest heater elements do not have a thermal sensor,

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