Range Rover Evoque: Things you need to know - Navigation system - Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Owner's ManualRange Rover Evoque: Things you need to know

it is Operate the system only when it is safe to do so.

The requirements of national Road Traffic Regulations always apply.

Observation of traffic signs and local traffic regulations always take priority.

The navigation system serves solely as an aid to navigation. In particular, the navigation system cannot be used as an aid to orientation when visibility is poor.

GPS signals may occasionally be interrupted due to physical barriers such as tunnels and roads under raised highways.

However, direction and speed sensors on the vehicle will minimise any adverse effect on the navigation system. Normal operation will resume once the obstruction has been passed.

    The navigation system
    Navigation instruction is by map and turn information displayed on the touch screen and can be complemented by voice guidance if required. The system uses signals from Global Positioning System (G ...

    Accessing navigation
    From the Home menu touch the On road nav soft key. Alternatively press the NAV hard key on the facia. A caution screen will be displayed. If the navigation screen language has not been set, now is ...

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    Licence grant
    OS grants you a non-exclusive licence to use your copy of the OS Code-Point data for your personal use solely as part of the Navigation System. You may transfer the licence to a subsequent purchas ...

    Making a phone call by saying number
    1. Select the top menu (phone menu). 2. Press the talk switch . 3. Say “DIAL BY NUMBER”. 4. Press the talk switch again. 5. Say the desired phone number to be called. 6. Select the “DIAL ...

    Global opening
    Press and hold the Smart Key unlock button for 3 seconds to unlock the vehicle and open all windows. Press any button on the Smart Key to cancel the operation. ...