2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #160

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Parking
aid
Park
assist
Applies
to:
vehicles
with park
assist
Fig.
155
Diagram:
street
parking
options
Park
assist
helps
you
to
locate
suitable
parking
spaces
and
to
park
in
them.
You
can
back
into
parallel
@)
and
perpendicular
@)
parking
spaces
and
also
drive
forward
out
of
parallel
parking
spaces.
You
can
also
drive
forward
into
perpen-
dicular
parking
spaces
if
you
have
already
started
driving
and
the
front
of
the
vehicle
is
in
the
space
@,
or
if
you
have
already
driven
past
it
@).
In
sit-
uation
®,
the
vehicle
will
back
up,
move
into
the
correct
position,
and
then
start
to
drive
forward
into
the
parking
space.
The
parking space
can
be
between
two
vehicles
or
behind
a
vehicle.
The
driver
parks
as
usual
with
park
assist
controlling
the
steering.
The
parking
system
plus
functions
>
page
150
that
assist
you
when
parking
are
a
component
of
the
park
assist.
The
park
assist
sensors
are on
the
sides
of
the
front
and
rear
bumper.
Make
sure
the
sensors
are
not
covered
by
stickers,
deposits
or
any
other
ob-
structions
as
it
may
impair
the
function
of
the
158
system.
For
information
on
cleaning,
see
=>
page
361.
When
parking
spaces
are
small,
the
parking
sys-
tem
signals
a
continuous
tone
when
an
obstacle
is
less
than
approximately
0.7
feet
(0.20
m)
away.
Do
not
continue
driving
farther.
Always
read
and
follow
the
applicable
warn-
ings
>
A
in
General
information
on
page
149.
Please
note
that
park
assist
only
controls
the
steering.
The
driver
is
always
responsi-
ble
for
braking
and
accelerating.
The
driver
must
decide
if
the
parking space
displayed
is
suitable
for
the
vehicle.
The
vehicle
will
change
position
when
park-
ing.
Make
sure
you
do
not
endanger
any
oth-
er
drivers.
When
using
park
assist
to
drive
into
or
out
of
a
parking
space,
the
steering
wheel
turns
quickly
on
its
own.
Reaching
into
the
steer-
ing
wheel
spokes
while
this
is
happening
can
result
in
injury.
Always
read
and
follow
the
applicable
warn-
ings
>@
in
General
information
on
page
149.
Park
assist
guides
the
vehicle
either
away
from
curbs
or
onto
them
if
other
vehicles
are
parked
on
the
curb.
Make
sure that
your
vehicle's
tires
and
rims
are
not
damaged.
Take
over
steering
at
the right
time.
Certain
conditions
around
the
parking space
may
result
in
the
vehicle
not
being
parked
as
expected.
Objects
such
as
pillars
or
posts.
Ground
covering
such
as
gravel,
snow
or
ice.
The
Electronic
Stabilization
Control
(ESC)
must
not
be
switched
off
during
the
parking
process
>
page
165.
Parking
in
tight
curves
with
park
assist
is
not
possible.

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