Range Rover Evoque: Touch screen

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 Touch screen overview

Note: Physical controls are referred to as hard keys. Virtual buttons on the touch screen are referred to as soft keys. Screen options will vary depending on vehicle specification and set-up. T

 Using the touch screen

Always run the engine during prolonged use of the touch screen. Failure to do so may discharge the vehicle battery, preventing the engine from starting. Avoid spilling or splashing liquids onto

 Touch screen display icons

Some touch screen display icons are displayed on subsequent screens and may not all be displayed at the same time, e.g. Back soft key: Touch to return to the previous screen displayed.

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 Dynamic stability control (DSC)

DSC is automatically enabled each time the engine is started, and is automatically enabled by some of the Terrain response special programs. The vehicle is not designed for cornering at the same speed as conventional passenger cars any more than a low-slung sports car is designed to perfo

 Tyre care

Do not drive the vehicle if a tyre is damaged, excessively worn, or incorrectly inflated. Avoid contaminating the tyres with vehicle fluids as they may cause damage to the tyre. Avoid spinning the wheels. The forces released can damage the structure of the tyre and cause it to fail. If w

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