2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #24

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Instrument
cluster
Unlike
the
short-term
memory,
the
long-term
memory
is
not
erased
automatically.
You
can
se-
lect
the
time
period
for
evaluating
trip
informa-
tion
yourself.
Fuel
consumption
The
current
fuel
consumption
can
be
shown
using
a
bar
graph
&
fig.
16.
The
average
consumption
stored
in
the
short-term
memory
is
also
dis-
played.
If
the
bars
are
green
or
the
gray
tone
on
the
bars
changes
(depending
on
the
equipment),
your
vehicle
is
saving
fuel
(for
example,
by
using
the
recuperation
function):
G)
Tips
The
date,
time
of
day,
and
time
and
date
for-
mat
can
be
set
in
the
Infotainment
system
=>
page
261.
Energy
consumers
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
energy
consumers
Bisom
\
Al
2)
Energy
consumers
aay
Pea
0)
77)
Air
conditioning
PNT
Cla
anlar]
Fig.
17
Instrument
cluster:
energy
consumers
Rear
window
heating
In
the
Energy
consumers
view,
the
other
equip-
ment
that
is
currently
affecting
fuel
consumption
is
listed
in
the
first
tab
(on-board
computer).
The
display
shows
up
to
three
energy
consumers
=>
fig.
17.
The
equipment
using
the
most
power
is
listed
first.
If
more
than
three
items
using
power
are
switched
on,
the
equipment
that
is
currently
using
the
most
power
is
displayed.
A
gauge
(@)
also
shows
the
current
total
con-
sumption
of
all
other
consumers.
22
Engine
oil
temperature
display and
boost
indicator
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
engine
oil
temperature
display/boost
indicator
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
analog
instrument
clus-
ter:
The
engine
oil
temperature
and
boost
indica-
tor
are
only
shown
in
the
lap
timer
display
=>
page
117.
Engine
oil
temperature
indicator
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
Audi
virtual
cockpit:
The
engine
oil
temperature
is
only
shown
in
the
en-
hanced
view
or
in
the
sport
view
>
page
19.
When
engine
oil
temperatures
are
low,
the
dis-
play
---
°F
(---
°C)
appears
in
the
instrument
clus-
ter.
The
engine
has
reached
its
operating
tempera-
ture
when
the
engine
oil
temperature
is
between
176
°F
(80
°C)
and
248
°F
(120
°C)
under
normal
driving
conditions.
The
engine
oil
temperature
may
be
higher
if
there
is
heavy
engine
load
and
high
temperatures
outside.
This
is
not
a
cause
for
concern
as
long
as
the
be]
=>
page
330
or
Ei
=
page
330
indicator
lights
do
not
turn
on.
Boost
indicator
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
Audi
virtual
cockpit:
The
boost
indicator
is
only
displayed
in
the
sport
view
=>
page
19.
The
current
engine
load
(meaning
the
current
boost
pressure)
is
indicated
by
a
bar.
Messages
8/2
Electronic
Stabilization Control
(ESC)
If
the
B
indicator
light
blinks
while
driving,
the
ESC
or
ASR
(Anti-Slip
Regulation)
is
actively
regu-
lating.
If
the
I
indicator
light
turns
on,
the
system
has
switched
the
ESC
off.
In
this
case,
you
can
switch
the
ignition
off
and
then
on
to
switch
the
ESC
on
again.
The indicator
light
turns
off
when
the
sys-
tem
is
fully
functional.
If
the
B
indicator
light
turns
on,
ESC
was
switched
off
using
the
button
>
page
165.
Sor
>

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