Range Rover Evoque: Mirror dip when reversing - Mirrors - Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Owner's ManualRange Rover Evoque: Mirror dip when reversing

If the vehicle is equipped with memory seats, when reverse gear is selected the door mirrors can be set to automatically adjust, providing an improved viewing angle of the curb side for reversing. The Reverse-dip mirror feature must be switched on. See 56, VEHICLE INFORMATION AND SETTINGS MENU.

The exact dipped position can be adjusted while the mirrors are dipped; 1. With the ignition on, select reverse gear.

2. With the mirror adjust controls, adjust to the desired dip position.

3. Select neutral (N) gear. This will store your setting for future use.

The next time reverse is selected, the newly adjusted position will be selected.

When the gear selector is moved out of reverse, the mirrors will return to their previous position.

Note: If vehicle speed exceeds 7km/h (4mph) in reverse, the mirrors will return to their normal driving position for enhanced visibility.

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