tected remote control must be clearly allo‐
cated to the driver.
This is the case when:
▷ The driver is only carrying his or her own
▷ The driver unlocks the vehicle.
▷ The driver gets into the vehicle through the
The settings for the following systems and
functions are saved in the active profile. The
scope of storable settings depends on country
▷ Unlocking and locking.
▷ Climate control.
▷ Instrument cluster.
▷ Programmable memory buttons.
▷ Volumes, tone.
▷ Control Display.
▷ Park Distance Control PDC.
▷ Rearview camera.
▷ Head-up Display.
▷ Driving Dynamics Control.
▷ Driver's seat position, exterior mirror posi‐
tion, steering wheel position.
▷ Intelligent Safety.
Regardless of the remote control in use, a dif‐
ferent profile may be activated. This allows you
to call up personal vehicle settings if you did
not unlock the vehicle with your own remote
3. Select a profile.
▷ All settings stored in the called-up profile
are automatically applied.
▷ The called-up profile is assigned to the re‐
mote control being used at the time.
▷ If the profile is already assigned to a differ‐
ent remote control, this profile will apply to
both remote controls.
Using a guest profile
The guest profile is for individual settings that
are stored in none of the three personal pro‐
This can be useful for drivers who are using
the vehicle temporarily and do not have their
The guest profile cannot be renamed. It is not
assigned to the current remote control.
A personal name can be assigned to every pro‐
file to avoid confusion between the profiles.
The active profile is selected.
3. Open "Options".
4. "Rename current profile"
The settings of the active profile are reset to
their factory settings.
Opening and closing Controls
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