2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #121

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Assist
systems
Symbol
Meaning
Remove
your
foot
from
the
acceler-
ator
pedal
to
slow
down,
because
there
is
a
situation
ahead
that
re-
quires
a
lower
speed.
If
you
see
Driver
assistance
in
the
instrument
cluster
display,
the
following
symbols
will
indi-
cate
which
situation
the
system
is
currently
react-
ing
to.
Symbol
Meaning
MPH
Speed
limit
km/h
Speed
limit
Jil
Intersection
TE
=O
Traffic
circle
te
If
there
are
multiple
situations,
then
a
sequence
of
these
situations
will
appear
in
the
display.
ZA\
WARNING
Pay
attention
to
traffic
and
the
area
around
your
vehicle
when
the
efficiency
assist
is
switched
on.
The
driver
is
always
responsible
for
assessing
the
traffic
situation.
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Tips
The
wording
of
the
message
may
vary
de-
pending
on
the
selected
Audi
drive
select*
mode
>
page
145
and
the
selected
gear.
No
messages
are
displayed
when
in
the
"S"
se-
lector
lever
position
or
in
Dynamic
mode.
When
a
route
is
planned
using
the
naviga-
tion
system*,
then
system
displays
messag-
es
based
on
an
assumed
route.
Without
route
guidance,
the
system
displays
mes-
sages
based
on
an
assumed
route.
There
will
not
be
a
message
for
every
situa-
tion
ahead,
for
example
if
there
is
not
enough
distance
remaining
to
react
to
the
situation.
No
messages
are
displayed
when
at
speeds
under
20
mph
(30
km/h).
D_
This
is
not
available
in
some
countries.
Predictive
control
(efficiency
assist)
Applies
to:
vehicles
with Audi
adaptive
cruise
control
and
pre-
dictive
efficiency
assist
Fig.
108
Instrument
cluster:
predictive
control
Description
The
predictive
control
)
uses
the
map
informa-
tion
from
the
navigation
system
in
order
to
react
proactively
when
driving.
Information
from
the
camera-based
traffic
sign
recognition*
is
also
ap-
plied
to
recognize
traffic
signs
>
page
114.
When
coming
up
to
areas
with
speed
limits
or
changes
in
the
course
of
the
road (such
as
curves,
inter-
sections
or
traffic
circles),
the
system
brakes
au-
tomatically
and
then
accelerates
back
up
to
the
set
speed.
Overriding
control
The
driver
can
override
the
predictive
control
at
any
time
by
pressing
the
accelerator
or
brake
pedal.
If
the
system
changes
the
vehicle
speed
to
adapt
to
speed
limits,
you
can
change
the
speed
using
the
lever
>
page
124,
fig.
115.
Always
switch
off
the
predictive
control
in
the
following
situations:
When
increased attention
is
needed
from
the
driver
In
poor
weather
conditions
such
as
snow
or
heavy
rain
When
driving
on
roads
in
poor
condition
Indicator
in
the
instrument
cluster
display
When
switching
on
the
adaptive
cruise
control
for
the
first
time,
a
message
will
appear
in
the
status
line
to
indicate
if
predictive
control
is
available.
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