▷ Playing music files via USB audio.
▷ Loading of software updates.
The USB interface and the AUX-IN port are lo‐
cated between the front seats.
Connecting an external device
Observe the following when connecting:
▷ Do not use force when plugging the con‐
nector into the USB interface.
▷ Use a flexible adapter cable.
▷ Protect the USB storage device against
▷ Due to the large number of USB media
available on the market, it cannot be guar‐
anteed that every device is operable on the
▷ Do not expose USB media to extreme envi‐
ronmental conditions, such as very high
temperatures; refer to the owner's manual
of the device.
▷ Due to the many different compression
techniques, proper playback of the media
stored on the USB storage device cannot
be guaranteed in all cases.
▷ A connected USB storage device will be
supplied with charging current via the USB
interface if the device supports this. At
higher temperatures, the USB storage de‐
vice may cause a reduction in the charging
▷ To ensure proper transmission of the
stored data, do not charge a USB storage
device via the onboard socket, when it is
connected to the USB interface.
▷ Depending on how the USB storage device
should be used, settings may be required
on the USB storage device, refer to the
owner's manual of the device.
Non- compatible USB media:
▷ USB hard drives.
▷ USB hubs.
▷ USB memory card readers with multiple in‐
▷ HFS-formatted USB media.
▷ MTP devices.
▷ Devices such as fans or lights.
Loose objects or devices with a cable
connection to the vehicle, e.g., mobile phones,
can be thrown into the vehicle's interior while
driving, e.g., in the event of an accident or dur‐
ing braking and evasive maneuvers. There is a
risk of injury. Secure loose objects or devices
with a cable connection to the vehicle in the
The cargo cover is in two parts. This can be re‐
moved to load bulky luggage.
Detach the retaining straps at the tailgate.
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