2020 Audi Q3 — Owner's Manual – Page #50

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q3
Pages: 278


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Lights
and
Vision
Interior
lighting
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
interior
lighting
The
ambient
lighting
turns
on
when
the
ignition
is
switched
on.
The
ambient
lighting
is
deactivat-
ed
when
the
light
function
is
OFF.
You
can
adjust
the
interior
lighting
individually.
The
settings
depend
on
the
vehicle
equipment.
>
Applies
to:
MMI:
Select
on
the
home
screen:
VEHICLE
>
Light
&
Visibility
>
Interior
light-
ing.
Possible
settings:
Color
Brightness
PE
ayaa
You
can
adjust
the
instrument
and
display
illumi-
nation
separately.
The
settings
depend
on
the
ve-
hicle
equipment.
>
Applies
to:
MMI:
Select
on
the
home
screen:
SETTINGS
>
Display
&
brightness.
Possible
settings:
Cockpit
dimming
—MMI
Virtual
cockpit
Vision
Adjusting
exterior
mirrors
RAZ-0150.
Fig.
41
Driver's
door:
knob
for
the
exterior
mirrors
Turn
the
knob
in
the
driver's
door
to
the
desired
position:
0
-
All
adjustment
functions
are
deactivated.
48
Q/
©
-
Adjusts
the
left/right
exterior
mirror.
Move
the
knob
in
the
desired
direction.
GA
-
Heats*
the
mirror
glass
depending
on
the
outside
temperature.
©)
-
Folds
the
exterior
mirrors*.
To
fold
the
mir-
rors
out,
turn
the
knob
to
one
of
the
other
posi-
tions.
In
the
MMI,
you
can
select
if
the
mirrors
fold
in
automatically
when
you
lock
the
vehicle
=>
page
29.
Front
passenger's
exterior
mirror
tilt
function*
Requirement:
the
knob
must
be
in
the
position
for
the
front
passenger’s
exterior
mirror.
To
help
you
see
the
curb
when
backing
into
a
parking
space,
the
surface
of
the
mirror
will
tilt
slightly
when
reverse
gear
is
selected.
You
can
adjust
the
tilted
mirror
surface
by
turn-
ing
the
knob
in
the
desired
direction.
The
mirror
moves
from
the
reversing
position
back
to
the
original
position:
When
you
switch
the
ignition
off
Once
you
drive
forward
at
speeds
faster
than
9
mph
(15
km/h)
—When
the
knob
is
no
longer
in
the
position
for
the
front
passenger
exterior
mirror
Z\
WARNING
Curved
mirror
surfaces
(for
example
convex)
enlarge
the
field
of
vision.
However,
they
make
objects
in
the
mirror
appear
smaller
and
farther
away.
When
using
these
mirrors
to
es-
timate
your
distance
to
vehicles
behind
you
when
changing
lanes,
you
could
estimate
in-
correctly,
which
increases
the
risk
of
an acci-
dent.
@
Note
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
power
folding
exte-
rior
mirrors:
If
the
mirror
housing
was
moved
by
outside
forces
(such
as
an
impact
when
maneuvering),
you
must
use the
pow-
er
folding
function
to
fold
the
mirror
all
the
way
out.
The
mirrors
will
make
a
loud
noise
when
they
latch
into
place.
The
mirror

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