2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #87

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Driving
@
High-voltage
battery
Green:
charge
level
Gray:
drive
system
not
switched
on
Directional
arrow
Green:
electric
driving
Orange:
driving
with
combustion
engine
Green-orange:
driving
with
boost function
Directional
arrow
Green:
recuperation
G)
Tips
The
energy
flow
display
can
also
be
displayed
in
the
instrument
cluster
under
the
vehicle
functions
tab.
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
plug-in
hybrid
drive
RAX-0108)
Range
potential:
Peres
(1)
Niger
toa
iat
Left
front seat
heating
Cee
em
Fig.
93
Range
monitor
You
can
display
the
projected
range
of
the vehi-
cle.
>
Select
in
the
Infotainment
system:
[MENU]
but-
ton
>
Vehicle
>
left
control
button
>
Range
&
statistics.
>
If
necessary,
scroll
to
the
Range
display.
@
Range
potential
(value)
@
Range
potential
(graphic)
@®)
Total
range
(graphic)
@
Total
range
(value)
Range
potential:
the
value
indicates
an
addition-
al
amount
of
distance
that
can
be
gained
by
turn-
ing
off
certain
convenience
functions.
The
con-
venience
functions
with
high
energy
usage
are
listed on
the
display.
G)
Tips
The
range
can
also
be
displayed
in
the
in-
strument
cluster
in
the
on-board
computer.
The
range
that
is
indicated
is
based
on
the
previous
and
predicted
consumption
values.
For
example,
these
can
be
affected
if
con-
venience
functions
are
turned
on.
Statistics
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
plug-in
hybrid
drive
You
can
display
statistics
about
the
trips
traveled
using
electric
power
and
those
using
fuel.
The
values
are
taken
from
the
short-term
memory
and
long-term
memory
of
the
on-board
comput-
er.
>
Select
in
the
Infotainment
system:
[MENU]
but-
ton
>
Vehicle
>
left
control
button
>
Range
&
statistics.
>
If
necessary,
scroll
to
the
Statistics
display.
>
Turn
the
control
knob
to
switch
between
short-
term
memory
and
long-term
memory.
Vehicle
sound
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
plug-in
hybrid
drive
The
electric
drive
system
generates
considerably
less
noise
than
a
combustion
engine.
An
artificial
engine
sound
is
generated
when
driving
electri-
cally
so
that
the
vehicle
can
be
heard
from
the
outside
when
driving.
The
vehicle
sound
auto-
matically
fades
out
at
higher
speeds
when
the
sounds
from
the
tires
and
wind
start
increasing.
ZA\
WARNING
Other
road
users
may
not
be
able
to
defini-
tively
hear
electric
vehicles
when
they
are
driving.
This
increases
the
risk of
an
accident
particularly
when
driving
in
areas
with
little
traffic,
when
maneuvering,
or
when
driving
in
reverse.
aire
(alemdar
A
driving
Your
driving
style
greatly
influences
the
amount
of
fuel
and
energy
consumed,
the
environmental
impact,
and
the
wear
on
the
engine,
brakes,
and
tires.
Note
the
following
information
for
efficient
and
environmentally-conscious
driving:
>
8s

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