2021 Audi A4 / S4 — Owner's Manual – Page #17

Posted on 12 Oct, 2020
Model: 2021 Audi A4 / S4
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Instrument
cluster
@)
Note
The
needle
in
the
tachometer
may
only
be
in
the
red
area
of
the
gauge
for
a
short
period
of
time
before
there
is
a
risk
of
damaging
the
engine.
The
location
where
the
red
zone
be-
gins
varies
depending
on
the
engine.
Odometer
Fig.
7
Instrument
cluster:
reset
button
The
trip
odometer
and
odometer
are
displayed
in
the
status
bar
@)
>
page
12.
The
trip
odometer
shows
the
distance
driven
since
it
was
last
reset.
It
can
be
used
to
measure
short
distances.
The
odometer
shows
the
total
distance
that
the
vehicle
has
been
driven.
Resetting
the
trip
odometer
>
To
reset
the
trip
odometer
to
zero,
press
the
re-
set
button
@.
@)
Tips
Distances
are
displayed
in
mi
(miles)
or
km
(kilometers).
Outside
temperature
display
The
outside
temperature
is
displayed
in
the
sta-
tus
bar
@)
9
page
12.
If
your
vehicle
is
stationary
or
if
you
are
driving
at
very
low
speeds,
the
temperature
displayed
in
the
instrument
cluster
may
be
slightly
higher
than
the
actual
temperature
outside
due
to
heat
radiating
from
the
engine.
At
temperatures
below
41
°F
(+5
°C),
a
snowflake
symbol
appears
in
front
of
the
temperature
dis-
play
>
A\.
7
WARNING
Do
not
assume
the
roads
are
free
of
ice
based
on
the
outside
temperature
display.
Be
aware
that
there
may
be
ice
on
roads
even
when
the
outside
temperature
is
around
41
°F
(+5
°C)
and
that
ice
can
increase
the
risk
of
accidents.
Engine
oil
temperature
indicator
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
engine
oil
temperature
indicator
Depending
on
the
vehicle
equipment,
the
engine
oil
temperature
%7%
may
be
indicated
by
a
bar
in
the
instrument
cluster.
>
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
Audi
virtual
cockpit:
Open
the
vehicle
functions
tab
and
switch
to
the
enhanced
view
>
page
13.
>
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
analog
instrument
cluster:
Open
the
lap
timer
>
page
124.
When
engine
oil
temperatures
are
low,
the
dis-
play
---
°F
(---
°C)
appears
in
the
instrument
clus-
ter.
The
engine
has
reached
its
operating
temper-
ature
when
the
engine
oil
temperature
is
be-
tween
176
°F
(80
°C)
and
248
°F
(120
°C)
under
normal
driving
conditions.
The
engine
oil
temper-
ature
may
be
higher
if
there
is
heavy
engine
load
and
high
temperatures
outside.
This
is
not
a
cause
for
concern
as
long
as
the
|
or
3
indica-
tor
lights
do
not
turn
on.
Boost
indicator
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
boost
indicator
Depending
on
vehicle
equipment,
the
current
en-
gine
load
(meaning
the
current
boost
pressure)
may
be
indicated
by
a
bar
in
the
instrument
clus-
ter.
>
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
Audi
virtual
cockpit:
Open
the
vehicle
functions
tab
and
switch
to
the
enhanced
view
>
page
13.
>
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
analog
instrument
cluster:
Open
the
lap
timer
>
page
124.
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