Range Rover Evoque: Using cruise control

Using cruise control
Using cruise control

1. Set target speed, or increase speed.

2. RES. Resume set speed.

3. CAN. Suspends cruise control operation without erasing memorised speed.

4. Decrease set speed.

Note: Cruise control is not available when using Hill Descent Control or when a Terrain Response special program has been selected.

Note: Do not use cruise control when driving off-road.

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To reduce cruising speed, press and hold control (4). Release the switch when the desired speed is reached, the new speed will be set and maintained. The set speed can be decreased in steps of 2k

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Suspend cruise control with a single press of control (3). To resume cruise control at the previous set speed, press control (2). RES (2) should be used only if the driver is aware of the set

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