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Touch-screen user manual.book Page 2 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Touch-Screen User Manual © 2011 Fisker Automotive, Inc. All rights reserved. Information contained in this document is based on the latest information available at the time of printing and is subject to the copyright and other intellectual property rights of Fisker Automotive, Inc. (Fisker), its affiliated companies and its licensors. All rights are reserved to make changes at any time without notice. No part of this document may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, nor may these materials be modified or reposted to other sites, without the prior expressed written permission of the publisher. Touch-screen user manual.book Page 3 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Touch-screen user manual.book Page 1 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Touch-Screen User Manual Introduction................................................. 2 Using the Touch-Screen ............................. 3 Climate Control ........................................... 6 Audio........................................................... 7 Phone ........................................................ 16 Navigation ................................................. 20 System ...................................................... 23 Document Number: C1810ASD0043.01 (July 2011) ©2011 Fisker Automotive, Inc. All rights reserved. 1 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 2 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Introduction Introduction Touch-Screen User Manual Introduction ABOUT THIS MANUAL NOTES ABOUT THIS MANUAL This manual provides all the information needed to gain the maximum benefit from the controls and features that are accessed through the touch-screen. All specifications and descriptions are accurate at the time of printing. Because improvement is a constant goal at Fisker Automotive, we reserve the right to make changes at any time, without notice and without obligation. The information is divided into sections. Each section deals with a system, i.e. Navigation and each section provides information on a specific device or feature that the user, will need to operate. Each section is listed on the contents page, for easy access. Please read carefully and familiarise yourself with all the systems before driving. Keep this manual in your vehicle as a reference for the safe and enjoyable use of your vehicle. Should you resell your car, leave this manual with it for the next owner. SYMBOLS GLOSSARY The following symbols used within this manual call your attention to specific types of information. WARNING: Indicates either an instruction which must be followed precisely, or information that should be considered with great care in order to avoid the possibility of personal injury or injury to others. CAUTION: Indicates either an instruction which must be followed precisely, or information that should be considered with great care in order to avoid the possibility of damage to your vehicle. 2 Copyright © 2011 Fisker Automotive, Inc. All rights reserved. Touch-screen user manual.book Page 3 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Using the Touch-Screen OVERVIEW Using the Touch-Screen 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Compass Current operating mode Secondary time zone Primary time zone Climate Audio Phone Navigation System 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. Volume Left-hand front heated seat Windshield defogger Rear window heater Electronic Stability Control (ESC) Park Distance Control (PDC) Exterior mirror fold Right-hand front heated seat 3 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 4 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Using the Touch-Screen USING THE TOUCH-SCREEN WARNING: Only operate, adjust or view the touch-screen when it is safe to do so. If necessary, stop the vehicle to make changes, or operate features of the touch-screen system. The touch-screen can be operated whenever the vehicle recognizes a key fob within the vehicle. Using the Touch-Screen To activate a feature, touch its respective icon with your finger. Ensure that only one finger at a time is in contact with the screen, to prevent incorrect entries. Note: A short, light press is sufficient to operate functions. Do not use excessive pressure. Touch-screen features WARNING: For your safety, ensure that you do not become distracted from the task of driving, through use of any of these systems. Touching the icon for a feature will change the main display to that features screen and give you access to additional options. Below is a list of the top level features for the system: Immediately after start-up, the touchscreen will display a message warning you off the dangers of operating the touchscreen while the vehicle is in motion. Climate Audio Radio You must touch AGREE to confirm you are aware of these dangers before you can operate any of the touch-screen features. Satellite Radio USB Audio Bluetooth Audio AUX (Auxiliary) Input Phone Navigation System Diagnostics The touch-screen has two main areas of control. Icons down the left-hand side which control features of the touch-screen, and icons along the bottom which control features on the vehicle. 4 Settings Solar energy Energy flow Touch-screen user manual.book Page 5 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Using the Touch-Screen The following pages explain in detail how to use all of the touch-screen features except the Climate Control system. For detailed information on the Climate control system, please refer to the “Owner’s Manual”. Note: For your convenience, you can change between the touch-screen features using the voice command system. Care points To ensure that the touch-screen continues to operate correctly, some basic care points are listed below. • Clean only with a lightly moistened soft cloth. • Do not use chemical agents, or domestic cleaners, to clean any part of the touch-screen or its surround. • Do not allow any sharp, hard or abrasive objects to come into contact with the touch-screen. • Where possible, try to park the vehicle so as to avoid exposing the touchscreen to direct sunlight for long periods. 5 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 6 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Climate Control Climate Control CLIMATE CONTROL Climate Control 1. Temperature/blower speed adjustment Touch and drag the indicators to increase or decrease the setting. 2. Interior temperature zone settings 3. Outside air temperature 4. OFF Turns off all heating and ventilation. 5. AUTO climate Automatically adjusts the heating and ventilation to maintain the temperature selected using the temperature adjustment slider. 6. Dual zone temperature Select DUAL mode to be able to independently adjust the temperature for driver and passenger side of the cabin. 6 7. Blower speed Touch to adjust blower speed 8. Air conditioning Touch to switch on/off air conditioning 9. Heating Touch to switch on heating 10. Air distribution • Face level vents • Face and foot level vents • Windshield and foot level vent • Foot level vents 11. Automatic air recirculation 12. Manual air recirculation 13. Temperature option Touch and hold to change between temperature units. Touch-screen user manual.book Page 7 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Audio TUNER Audio 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Tuner Satellite radio USB connected audio device Bluetooth connected audio device Auxiliary input device AM / FM radio auto store Manual/seek - frequency increase Manual/seek - frequency decrease Tuner display Frequency wave Touch and drag to change the frequency. 11. Presets 12. Choose preset bank Three banks each with six presets. 13. Auto store 14. Scan button 15. Sound settings • Bass • Treble • Fade • Balance 7 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 8 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Audio Audio AM/FM TUNER Touch the TUNER icon to access the AM/FM tuner. Auto storing stations The tuner has two wavebands; AM (Amplitude Modulation) and FM (Frequency Modulation). AM is a medium frequency waveband and has a range from 535 kHz to 1720 kHz. Manually storing stations To manually store a radio station, search for the station using the seek (up or down) icons. When the desired station is found, touch and hold one of the preset icons. Your chosen station will be stored on that preset overwriting any previously stored station. FM is a very high frequency waveband with a range from 88 MHz to 108 MHz. Select required frequency band, AM or FM. Touch and hold the AM icon or touch and hold the FM icon to automatically store the eighteen radio stations with the strongest signals. It is also possible to manually search for a radio station by touching and dragging the marker on the frequency scale to manually set the radio frequency. Choosing a preset station To choose a preset station, simply touch the respective preset icon. A total of eighteen preset stations are available in three banks of six. To change between the banks of preset stations, touch the bank icon. Touch and hold on FM icon, this will store the strongest stations into 18 presets button. There are a total of three auto store banks A1, A2, and A3. By pressing on that button you can go to the next bank. Touch the SCAN button to scan the band twice. 8 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 9 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Audio AUDIO SETTINGS Adjusting the volume Touch the AUDIO SETTINGS button on the touch-screen to access the audio settings. To adjust the volume of the audio system, touch the + or - icons. Each touch will adjust the volume by one increment between 0 (mute) and 30 (MAX). The current audio setting will be briefly shown overlaid in the center of the screen. Adjusting the sound settings The following sound settings can be adjusted: • • • • Bass Treble Fader Balance Touch the AUDIO SETTINGS button on the touch-screen to access the sound settings. Slide the marker of the scale to adjust the setting to the required level. 9 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 10 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Audio TUNER SETTINGS Touch the TUNER SETTINGS button on the touch-screen to access the tuner settings. Set the RDS option to ON or OFF as required. Radio Data System (RDS) is a system which allows digital data to be sent to radio receivers at the same time as the FM audio signal. On the FM waveband, RDS enables the tuner to receive the radio station name, programme name and programme information. RDS also allows the audio system to automatically re-tune to stations that are linked to the same network if that network allows this. 10 Audio Touch-screen user manual.book Page 11 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Audio SATELLITE RADIO Presets Satellite radio is a direct broadcast radio service, which provides digitally encoded audio signals. The signals can be received directly by the satellite tuner in your vehicle. As a digital signal is used, the audio system is able to provide radio broadcasts with the sound quality and clarity of CD playback. A total of eighteen preset stations are available in three banks of six. To change between the banks of preset stations, touch the bank icon. Touch the SAT button on the touch-screen. SW SIRIUS SATELLITE RADIO Tokyo . 04 04:: 45 PM C AT MAR 01, 2011 . 12: 45 AM 113 Bloomberg Radio CH There are a total of three auto store banks SAT1, SAT2, and SAT3. By pressing on that button you can go to the next bank. Category button To select a radio station by category, C AT touch the CATEGORY icon to display the list of available catergories. Bloombert Rewind Bloomberg Radio Channel SW The Loft Channel SCAN S ET E TTINGS ETTI Spice Radio 1 S OUND D SATELLITE Tokyo . 04 04:: 45 PM MAR 01, 2011 . 12: 45 AM CATEGORY CHANNEL More Sports Unfiltered Political Ta ESPN Xtra 2 3 Howard 100 BPM 4 5 Electric Area 6 NEWS/TALK Conservative Talk Political Talk Liberal Talk US News Financial News FOM0170 Activation As the satellite radio signals are encoded, a subscription to the Broadcast operator (SIRIUS) is required to receive the signals. Public Radio International News FOM0171 Touch the catergory scroll (up or down) icons to scroll through list of available catergories. Touch a catergory to display the associated channels. The selected catergory will be highlighted. Touch the channel scroll buttons to scroll through the list of available channels. Touch the desired channel to listen to the channel. The selected channel will be highlighted. To subscribe, call the number shown on the touch-screen and quote the Electronic Subscriber Number (ESN) for your audio system. The ESN can be viewed by touching the icon for the satellite radio settings. If you are listening to a channel in one catergory and navigate to an alternative catergory, the current catergory playing will be identified with an icon. Note: Satellite radio differs from the FM tuner in that tuning is NOT instantaneous. The digital signal must be decoded. This process can take several seconds to achieve. 11 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 12 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Audio Audio Direct channel input CH To select a channel by entering the channel number, touch the channel icon. Parental lock Select a channel, either using the catergory menu or the direct channel input. To lock the channel, press the LOCK button and enter the parental lock code. To unlock, select the channel, press the LOCK button and enter the parental lock code again. Loss of signal Loss of Signal is displayed if no satellite signal is being received. Ensure that the vehicle is not in an enclosed space, such as an underground car park. Enter the channel number using the numeric keypad displayed. Note: It must be noted that satellite radio differs from the FM tuner in that tuning is NOT instantaneous. The digital signal must be decoded. This process can take several seconds to achieve. Note: In the event that the selected channel has been removed by the Broadcast operator, then a message is shown and the previous playing channel is reverted to. This may occur if the broadcast operator changes the active channel whilst the vehicle is powered. The channel playlist is updated each time the system is powered up, therefore the next time the system is powered up, the channel playlist will be updated thereby preventing the invalid channel from being selected. 12 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 13 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Audio USB MODE You can connect an auxiliary device and a USB device simultaneously to the audio system and switch between them using the touch-screen. The device docked first will remain the active device until you choose to change. If, after changing to the newly-docked device, you change back to the first device, play will resume at the point you left it. Note: You cannot use a USB hub to connect more than one USB device to the audio system. A USB socket is located in the storage compartment and can be used for connecting a USB mass storage device such as a memory stick to the audio system, you can use the touch-screen to search and operate the device. The audio system support the following file types: Note: Any internal batteries fitted to your device will be charged through the USB port. Insert the USB device into the USB socket in the storage compartment. The touch-screen will display USB mode if music files are present on the USB device. If the screen does not change, touch the USB icon. • MP3 • WMA • AAC Note: It is recommended that only compatible music files are loaded on the USB device. This will speed up the automatic searching of files. Note: Some portable media players have their own file system that is not supported by this system. To use your portable media player, you must set it to Mass Storage Device mode (see the device manufacturer's information for further information). Only music that has been added to the device in this mode can be played via the vehicle's audio system. 13 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 14 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Audio 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Track information Browser Next/previous track Fast forward/reverse Play/Pause Repeat Shuffle Audio settings The audio system will begin to play the first available file on the root of the USB device in alphabetical order followed by files within folders. Press the browser button to list all compatible track files and folders on the USB device. 14 Audio Touch the first track in the playlist, to commence play. When the selected song is finished, the media player will play the next track on the album that the song was taken from. At the end of the album, the media player will start at the beginning of the next folder. Touch-screen user manual.book Page 15 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Audio BLUETOOTH AUXILIARY MODE You can connect a portable media player or mobile phone with bluetooth capability to the vehicle’s audio system, see the phone section for further information. Ensure that a device is paired to the vehicle and touch the BT AUDIO button on the touch-screen. Use the device controls to control playback. A 3.5 mm auxiliary socket is located in the storage compartment and can be used for connecting a portable media player to the audio system. WARNING: Ensure that any portable media players are stored securely whilst the vehicle is in motion. Any loose objects can present a serious hazard during sudden manoeuvres, emergency braking, or an accident. Insert the 3.5 mm plug into the auxiliary socket in the storage compartment and touch the AUX icon. Use the media player controls to control playback. Note: Any internal battery fitted to the device will not be charged by the auxiliary socket while it is connected. 15 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 16 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Phone Phone PAIRING A PHONE Phone Prior to pairing you phone, ensure that: 1. You phone is operating using the latest software available. 2. Your phone meets the following minimum specification: • Bluetooth 2.0 + Enhanced Data Rate (EDR); • Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) 1.2; • Hands Free Profile (HFP) 1.5; • Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) 1.0; • Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP) 1.0. Note: Please see your Fisker Retailer for more information on compatible phones. Note: Your Service Provider and/or Service Plan may disable some of the features of a compatible phone. Select the PHONE menu. The PHONE menu can also be accessed from the switch on the steering wheel. Touch the CONNECT icon. Ensure your Bluetooth enabled phone is in search mode. Touch the ADD PHONE icon. Select Fisker_Karma displayed among the devices on your phone. You will be prompted to enter a PIN (Personal Identification Number). Enter the number displayed on your vehicle's touch-screen into your phone. Providing the vehicle and phone establish a connection, your phone will be displayed on the touch-screen. Touch the back icon to close the pairing menu. Your phone is now paired to the vehicle. If more than one phone is paired to the vehicle, you can set the phone priority using the priority icon. Once your phone is paired to the vehicle, you will be asked if you wish to download your address book to the vehicle. 16 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 17 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Phone CALLING A CONTACT USING THE ADDRESS BOOK Select the PHONE menu. DIALLING A NUMBER To initiate a call to a number not contained in the address book: Select the PHONE menu. The PHONE menu can also be accessed from the switch on the steering wheel. The PHONE menu can also be accessed from the switch on the steering wheel. Touch the ADDRESS BOOK icon. Your address book will now be displayed. Enter the desired number on the key pad. Select the entry required from the list and touch the call icon. Your contact will now be called. To hang up the call. Touch the CALL END icon on the touch-screen or, alternatively, touch the phone switch on the steering wheel. Select the entry required from the list and touch the CALL icon. Your contact will now be called. Touch the CALL icon, your number will now be called. To hang up the call, touch the CALL END icon on the touch-screen or touch the phone switch on the steering wheel. 17 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 18 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Phone Phone REDIALLING A NUMBER CALL HISTORY To redial the last dialled number: To view the call history: Select the PHONE menu. The PHONE menu can also be accessed from the switch on the steering wheel. REDIAL Touch the REDIAL button and the number will be automatically dialled. Select the PHONE menu. The PHONE menu can also be accessed from the switch on the steering wheel. Touch the CALL HISTORY icon to display a list of received calls, dialled calls and missed calls. Call History Select a contact from any of the list and touch the CALL icon, your number will now be called. 18 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 19 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Phone RECEIVING A CALL To answer a call, touch the CALL icon on the touch-screen. To hang up the call, touch the call end icon on the touch-screen or touch the phone switch on the steering wheel. UNPAIRING A PHONE Press CONNECT button to see the list of devices paired to the touch-screen. Select your phone from the list. Press UNPAIR button. Your phone name will disappear from the list. 19 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 20 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Navigation Navigation NAVIGATION Navigation WARNING: Only operate, adjust or view the system when it is safe to do so. If necessary, stop the vehicle to check current location and/or make any navigation adjustments. WARNING: The requirements of national Road Traffic Regulations always apply. Compliance with local traffic regulations and traffic signs must always take priority over the navigation system directions. Special features Your vehicle's navigation system contains a number of special features. Navigate to a selected address, change route, alternative route, route information, favorites, speed limit warning, map orientation and points of interest. Using the keypad, start typing the name of your destination. The system gives you the closest matches as you type. Select and then acknowledge your entry by touching the confirm key. Setting a destination Select the NAV menu from the touch-screen. Follow the same procedure to enter the street and building number. Touch the ENTER ADDRESS button. Your destination is displayed. 20 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 21 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Navigation Touch the confirm icon to calculate your route. Your route is displayed. Touch the confirm icon again to begin navigating to the selected destination. Use the route controls to change the way the map is displayed. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 3D view Zoom in Zoom out Default zoom view Split screen To cancel the current navigation, touch the MENU icon and select STOP ROUTE GUIDE. Your route is cancelled. Route settings • Keyboard settings Allows you to select between alphabetical, english, German and French keyboard layouts • 2D map orientation Allows you to orientate the 2D map to north, the driving direction or smart orientation • Maximum speed Sets a speed warning at 15, 20, 25 or 30 mph • Route options Allows you to view and adjust the settings for the active route, the standard route and the alternative route 1 and 2. • Traffic Message Channel (TMC) settings Allows you to search for TMC broadcasts. • More options Allows you to adjust the way points of interest (POIs) are viewed and the auto zoom settings. 21 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 22 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM Navigation Navigation Points of interest (POI) search There are 9 special destination categories available each containing a list of POIs. The special destination catergories are: • • • • • • • • • Car and driving Emergency Financial Hotel and catering Public facilities Shopping Sport and leisure Tourism Transport Each catergory contains a list of POIs. Use the tick icon to switch the catergories on and off. Once a route has been set, use the list of special destinations to display the POIs either nearby, along the route or at the destination. 22 The POIs nearby will be displayed with a marker on the map along with address details. Select a POI and press the tick icon to set the route as the destination. It also possible to set the route as a favorite or as the home address. Touch-screen user manual.book Page 23 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM System Traffic Message Channel Traffic Message Channel (TMC) is a feature that announces traffic delays in the nearby area and along your route. It uses radio programmes to seek these delays. You will be informed of a traffic event as follows: • A TMC icon shown on the map at the location of the event. • Text can be displayed showing the details of each occurrence which can be selected either by touching the screen icon or from the traffic information list. • Dynamic navigation, which calculates an alternative route when the system receives the traffic event warning. Select the seek method (manual or automatic) and touch the +/- seek icons to begin a search of all radio stations being received in your locality. The tuner will scan the FM frequency once and this may take a few minutes. When a station is found which is offering TMC information, the RDS name is shown on the list and the search for more stations will continue. • Traffic event list shows all events sorted by road name/ distance on your selected route in a straight line or along your actual route. System When a TMC signal is received, the TMC icon will appear. If a TMC signal is not being received, the icon will not be displayed. The system will inform the driver of any stationary traffic, a traffic delays, road traffic accidents, closed roads, road works, danger, road conditions, weather or other delays. 23 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 24 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM System System DIAGNOSTICS Fault detected If a fault with the vehicle is detected during driving, the following screen will be displayed: Touch the CLOSE button to close the window. If no faults are detected, or all faults have been rectified, the touch-screen will display the following screen. If more than one fault is detected, scroll through the list of faults. Press OK to dismiss the list. Viewing faults Touch the DIAGNOSTICS icon to access information regarding vehicle faults. The appropriate vehicle system will illuminate red. Touch the illuminated section to display a description of the fault and a to aid identifying the location of the fault. 24 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 25 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM System SOLAR ROOF ENERGY Touch the SOLR ENRG icon to access the solar energy screen. Your vehicle is equipped with a solar paneled roof. The solar roof not only helps to recharge the battery but also aids the cabin climate control system. The solar roof is capable of generating a half kilowatt-hour a day and is estimated to provide up to 200 miles (321km) of additional range a year. You can view the amount of energy your vehicle has generated from the solar roof via the touch-screen. Touch the DAY, MONTH or YEAR icon to change the view period for energy generated. To view the solar energy readings: The screen displays the total amount of energy generated for the selected period as well as the overall amount of energy generated by the solar roof. Touch the SYSTEM icon on the touch-screen. 25 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 26 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM System ENERGY FLOW INFORMATION Touch the ENERGY FLOW INFORMATION icon to show the energy consumption and generation. 26 System Touch-screen user manual.book Page 27 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM System SETTINGS A number of the vehicle settings can be configured to you personal preferences. To access the vehicle settings: Touch the SYSTEM icon on the touch-screen. Touch the SETTINGS icon to access the vehicle settings area. Use the up (or down) arrows to change the currently displayed settings to required setting. The table on the following pages lists the settings that you are able to adjust as well as describing what each setting does. 27 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 28 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM System System Settings overview EXTERIOR AUTO FOLD DOOR LOCK Automatic folding/unfolding of the exterior mirrors when the vehicle is locked/unlocked with the key fob. ON, OFF AUTO LOCK Automatic locking of the vehicle doors: OUT OF PARK, AT 5 MPH REMOTE LOCK Confirmation when the vehicle is locked using the key fob: PARK LAMPS AND HORN, PARK LAMPS KEY FOB LIGHTING 28 DELAY LOCK If the vehicle is unlocked and neither the trunk nor a door is opened, the security system will automatically lock the vehicle. ON, OFF PRIMARY Assign a name to the key fob for easy identification using the on-screen key pad. SECONDARY Assign a name to the key fob for easy identification using the on-screen key pad. EXIT LIGHTING Duration the headlamps will remain illuminated for when the vehicle is locked and the exterior lamps master switch is in AUTO. OFF, 30 SEC,1 MIN, 2 MIN APPROACH LIGHTING Headlamps will illuminate when the vehicle is unlocked if the exterior lamps master switch is in AUTO. ON, OFF REMOTE START Remote activation of the climate control system from the key fob: ON, OFF RKE Number of doors to unlock when the key fobs unlock button is touched once. Remaining doors can be unlocked by touching the unlock button a second time. DRIVER DOOR, DRIVER SIDE, GLOBAL VALET MODE For those times when you have your vehicle driven by a parking attendant, you can prevent access to the trunk and glove box. To enable Valet mode you will be prompted to enter a PIN using the on-screen key pad. You will need to enter the same PIN to disable Valet mode. ON, OFF. Refer to Owner’s Handbook for further information. Touch-screen user manual.book Page 29 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM System INTERIOR DIMMING Control the illumination level of the instruments, touch-screen and switches. PARADE, 00 - 09 EASY ENTRY/EXIT Automatic movement of the driver’s seat and steering wheel to provide easier access into and out of the vehicle. ENABLE, DISABLE GLOBAL RESET Clear all user defined settings and revert back to the factory defaults. INTERFACE CHIME OPTIONS Audible notification each time a touch-screen button is touched. ON, OFF APP MARKERS Text hints that appear next to a touch-screen button. ON, OFF HAPTICS Touch feedback from the touch-screen. ON, OFF MEMORY/AUDIO PRESETS Store the current radio station presets and sound settings against the active key fob. The vehicle will automatically recall these settings when the vehicle is unlocked using that key fob. MEMORY/SEAT POSITION Store the current driver’s seat position and steering wheel position against the active key fob. The vehicle will automatically adjust the driver’s seat and steering wheel to the stored position when the vehicle is unlocked using that key fob. POWER ACC. DELAY Duration that electrical features will remain active for after the vehicle is switched OFF, (e.g. windows, touch-screen). OFF, 1 MIN, 5 MIN, 15 MIN 29 Touch-screen user manual.book Page 30 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:03 PM System System TIME REGION TIME ZONE Specify the time zone for your Primary (1) and Secondary (2) locality. LANGUAGE Specify the language that you want the vehicle to use for information on the touch-screen and instrument cluster. Changing the language setting will also change the voice-recognition settings. OPTIONS GPS TIME Touch UPDATE to automatically update the time and date using the GPS signal. TIME FORMAT Change the format the time is displayed in. 12 HRS, 24 HRS SECONDARY TIME Specify whether to display the secondary time zone on the touch-screen. ACTIVE, INACTIVE DAYLIGHT SAV/SUMMER TIME PRIMARY Specify whether to use daylight saving time for the primary time zone. ON, OFF DAYLIGHT SAV/SUMMER TIME SECONDARY Specify whether to use daylight saving time for the secondary time zone. ON, OFF TRIP/COMP AVG. FUEL CONSUMPTION UNITS Display the average fuel consumption for TRIP A and TRIP B. FULL RANGE Display the approximate range of the vehicle based on the remaining fuel level and current fuel consumption and remaining battery charge. REGEN. ENERGY Amount of energy regenerated since the vehicle was built. TRIP RANGE Reset the individual trip memory for TRIP A or TRIP B. MEASURES DISTANCE Select the units for measuring distance: METRIC, US TEMPERATURE Select the units for temperature readings: CELSIUS, FAHRENHEIT 30