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Volkswagen Golf Owners Manual: Vehicle path display

Fig. 152 Vehicle path display without steering input (colour display)

Fig. 153 Vehicle path display with steering input (colour display)

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings
Key
  and   Meaning
Vehicle path displaya).
The yellow segment represents an obstacle in the vehicle’s path.
The red segment represents an obstacle located in the vehicle’s collision area.
The grey segment represents an obstacle outside of the vehicle's path.

Vehicle path display

Function What to do when the ignition is switched on
Front vehicle path display Forward gear engaged.
OR: move the gear lever to neutral, or move the selector lever to N.
OR: depending on the vehicle equipment level, roll forwards.
Rear vehicle path display Select reverse gear or move the selector lever to position R.
OR: depending on the vehicle equipment level, roll backwards.

The vehicle path display changes in relation to the steering input. Obstacles that are located in the vehicle's path during a steering input are displayed in yellow and red segments.

Obstacles that are no longer located in the vehicle's path after a steering input are displayed as follows:

Towing a trailer

The vehicle path display is not shown when towing a trailer.

NOTICE

If an ultrasound sensor fails, the vehicle path display is switched off and cannot be reactivated until the fault has been rectified.

a) The area around the vehicle is not shown in vehicles with 4 ultrasound sensors in each bumper, front or rear.

ParkPilot menu
First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings ParkPilot settings in the infotainment system menu Switch on the ignition. If necessary, switch on the infotainment system ...

Towing a trailer
Fig. 154 ParkPilot screen display when towing a trailer (colour) First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings Only the scanned area to the front of the vehicle is ...

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