2020 Audi Q3 — Owner's Manual – Page #57

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q3
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Sitting
correctly
and
safely
Your
thighs
are
lightly
supported
by
the
front
surface
of
the
seat
The
backrest
is
in
an
upright
position
and
your
back
is
resting
against
it
You
have
a
sufficient
view
of
the
area
around
the
vehicle
You
have
a
clear
view
of
the
instrument
cluster
and indicator
lights
Z\
WARNING
If
you
are
too
close
to
the
steering
wheel
or
instrument
panel,
the
airbag
system
cannot
provide
the
optimal
protection,
which
in-
creases
the
risk
of
injury
and
death.
To
reduce
the
risk
of
injury
in
the
event
of
sudden
braking
maneuvers
or
accidents,
never
drive
with
the
backrest
reclined
very
far.
The
airbag
system
and
seat
belts
can
on-
ly
provide
optimal
protection
when
the
back-
rest
is
in
an
upright
position
and
the
driver
is
wearing
the
seat
belt
correctly.
If
the
backrest
is
angled
back
too
far,
the
safety
belt
can
shift
to
soft
areas
of
the
body,
such
as
the
stomach,
which
increases
the
risk
of
injury.
—To
reduce
the
risk
of
an
accident,
only
adjust
the
seats
when
the
vehicle
is
stationary.
Be
careful
when
adjusting
the
seat.
Lack
of
control
or
attention
when
adjusting
can
re-
sult
in
injuries
due
to
pinching
to
vehicle
oc-
cupants
both
in
the
front seats
and
rear
seats.
Never
place
objects
in
the
driver's
footwell.
Objects
could
shift
and
enter
the
area
around
the
pedals,
which
could
prevent
you
from
using
them.
You
would
then
be
unable
to
use the
pedals
if
sudden
driving
or
brak-
ing
maneuvers
were
needed,
which
increas-
es
the
risk
of
an
accident.
Make
sure
that
the
floor
mats
are
always
se-
curely
attached.
—To
reduce
the
risk
of
an
accident,
never
place
additional
floor
mats
or
other
floor
covers
over
the
installed
floor
mats,
because
this
reduces
the
pedal's
range
of
motion
and
can
impair
pedal
operation.
—To
reduce
the
risk
of
injury,
never
place
your
feet
on
the
instrument
panel,
out
of
the
window,
or
on
the
seat
surfaces.
This
also
applies
to
passengers
in
the
rear
seats.
()
Note
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
manually
adjustable
head
re-
straints
To
reduce
the
risk
of
damage,
be
very
careful
when
adjusting
the
seat
to
make
sure
the
head
restraints
do
not
hit
the
headliner
or
the
Panorama
glass
roof*.
Need
m
mae
mr
lal
ih
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
manual
adjustable
seats
be
Fig.
49
Front
seat:
adjusting
the
seat
The
settings
depend
on
the
vehicle
equipment.
Adjusting
the
seat
position
>
To
adjust
the
seat
forward
or
back,
pull
the
lev-
er
@
and
slide
the
seat.
>
To
adjust
the
seat
up
or
down,
pull
or
press
the
lever
Q).
Adjusting
the
backrests
>
To
adjust
the
backrest
forward
or
back,
turn
the
adjusting
wheel
@).
Adjusting
the
upper
thigh
support
>
To
increase
or
decrease
the
upper
thigh
sup-
port,
lift
the
handle
@)
and
move
the
upper
thigh
support.
Adjusting
the
angle
of
the
seat
surface
>
To
adjust
the
angle
of
the
seat
surface,
pull
or
press
the
lever
G).
Adjusting
the
lumbar
support
>
To
adjust
the
lumbar
support,
press
the
button
©
in
the
applicable
location.
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