Karma Quick Reference Guide

KARMA REVERO
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
© 2017 Karma Automotive LLC.
All rights reserved. Information contained in this document is based on the latest information available
at the time of publishing. Reprinting, translation and copying are not permitted without prior
authorization.
KARMA, REVERO and the Karma Logo are registered trademarks of Karma Automotive LLC.
This Quick Reference Guide is to familiarize the owner of the vehicle of all normal operations and
functions of the vehicle. The content of this reference guide is correct for this vehicle at the time of
publishing.The content of the vehicle is subject to change, please consult the official Karma Revero
Owner’s Manual at www.karmaautomotive.com/owners.
Karma Automotive LLC
3080 Airway Avenue, Costa Mesa, California 92626
www.karmaautomotive.com
https://www.karmaautomotive.com/owners
Document Number: C1810ASD5081 Release Version 1.1 (July 21, 2017)
© 2017 Karma Automotive LLC. All rights reserved.
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INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................ 7
LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE VEHICLE...........................................................9
INSTRUMENT PANEL ................................................................................................... 17
SEATS AND RESTRAINTS .........................................................................................25
CONTROLS AND OPERATION ................................................................................29
STARTING AND DRIVING........................................................................................... 35
USING THE TOUCH PANEL....................................................................................... 45
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE..........................................................................................63
WHEELS AND TIRES ................................................................................................... 67
CHARGING AND FUELING THE VEHICLE............................................................ 71
INDEX.......................................................................................................................INDEX-1
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INTRODUCTION
Introduction
INTRODUCTION
Using This Quick Reference Guide........................................................................................................8
Symbols Glossary ........................................................................................................................................8
Notes About This Quick Reference Guide .........................................................................................8
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INTRODUCTION
USING THIS QUICK REFERENCE
GUIDE
Introduction
WARNING: This Quick Reference
Guide is not a replacement for the
Owner's Manual. You should read the
entire Owner's Manual and become fully
familiarized with the functions and features
of this Karma vehicle before operating the
vehicle.
For your own safety, follow the instructions
and warnings contained in this manual.
Ignoring them could result in damage to the
vehicle or personal injury to you or others.
Vehicle damage caused by failing to follow
instructions is not covered by the New
Vehicle Limited Warranty.
SYMBOLS GLOSSARY
The following symbols used within this
manual call your attention to specific types
of information.
WARNING: Indicates either an
instruction which must be followed
precisely, or information that should be
considered with great care in order to
avoid the possibility of personal injury or
injury to others.
CAUTION: Indicates either an
instruction which must be followed
precisely, or information that should be
considered with great care in order to
avoid the possibility of damage to your
vehicle.
Keep this manual in your vehicle as a
reference for the safe and enjoyable use of
your vehicle. Should you sell your car, leave
this manual with it for the next owner.
This symbol identifies instructions
that should be observed in order to
prevent unnecessary damage to the
environment.
If you are unable to find the information
you need, it may be contained within one of
the additional documents included in your
owner’s literature pack:
NOTES ABOUT THIS QUICK
REFERENCE GUIDE
• Owner's Manual - a comprehensive
document providing detailed
information on your new vehicle
• New Vehicle Limited Warranty and
Servicing - details of the vehicle
warranty and servicing requirements
for your vehicle
• Tire Warranty - details the warranty for
the vehicle’s tires
All specifications and descriptions are
accurate at the time of publishing.
Continuous improvement is a constant
goal at Karma Automotive, therefore we
reserve the right to make changes to this
manual at any time, without notice and
without obligation.
Note: This manual applies to the Karma
Revero. Each vehicle is built to order
therefore you may find some explanations
in this manual for equipment or options not
installed on your vehicle.
Note: This manual describes product
features and options that may not be
available at the time of publication. It may
also describe options not fitted to your
vehicle.
Note: Some of the illustrations in this
manual may differ slightly from your
vehicle.
Copyright © 2017 Karma Automotive LLC.
All rights reserved.
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LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE VEHICLE
Locking and Unlocking the Vehicle
LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE VEHICLE
Using the Key Fob ...................................................................................................................................... 10
Opening the Doors ..................................................................................................................................... 11
Master Lock and Unlock Switch............................................................................................................ 11
Automatic Locking...................................................................................................................................... 11
Child Safety Locks ..................................................................................................................................... 12
Emergency Access .................................................................................................................................... 12
Opening the Trunk..................................................................................................................................... 13
Trunk Interior Release Handle ............................................................................................................. 13
Glove Compartment................................................................................................................................. 13
Valet Mode ................................................................................................................................................... 14
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LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE VEHICLE
USING THE KEY FOB
Locking and Unlocking the Vehicle
WARNING: Always remove the key
fob from the vehicle any time you exit
and walk away from the vehicle.
The buttons on the key fob operate as
follows:
1. Key Fob Lock:
• Press once to lock the vehicle and
activate the vehicle's security system.
The vehicle's lights will briefly flash to
confirm the security system is active
Passive Lock:
• When exiting the vehicle, press the
switch on the exterior door handle
and close the door. All doors should
lock and the parking lights should
flash once, indicating the security
system is active
Remote Preconditioning:
• Press once, then press and hold the
lock button for two seconds to
activate the remote preconditioning
feature. The lights will flash twice; one
short and one long, to signal
successful activation
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2. Key Fob Unlock:
• Press unlock button once to unlock the
driver door. Press a second time to
unlock all doors
• The park lights should flash and the
mirrors may unfold, if configured, to
confirm unlock
Passive Unlock:
• When a programmed key fob is in
your possession, activate an exterior
door handle. Dependent on your
vehicle settings, either a single door,
the entire side of the vehicle, or all
doors will open
• The park lights should flash
3. Trunk Release:
• Press and hold the trunk release
button for three seconds to release
the trunk
It is not necessary to point the key fob at
your vehicle, but you must be within
operating range. The operating range will
vary according to the condition of the key
fob battery and other physical factors.
If the vehicle cannot be locked or unlocked
using the buttons on the key fob, you may
need to change the key fob battery.
Note: Interference from other radio
equipment operating on a similar
frequency may also affect the operation of
the key fob. If this happens, operate the key
fob as close to your vehicle as possible. If
you are still unable to unlock your vehicle
with the key fob, use the manual door lock
located on the passenger side front door.
See “Emergency Unlocking” on page 12.
LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE VEHICLE
OPENING THE DOORS
Note: The exterior and interior door
releases are disabled when the vehicle is
locked.
MASTER LOCK AND UNLOCK
SWITCH
FROM OUTSIDE THE VEHICLE
To lock or unlock all the doors while in the
vehicle, press the master locking switch
shown above.
With the vehicle unlocked, lightly press the
touch pad located behind the door handle
to open the door.
FROM INSIDE THE VEHICLE
When any door is unlocked, an amber
indicator on the switch will illuminate.
AUTOMATIC LOCKING
WARNING: Never adjust the settings
in the touch panel while you are
driving your vehicle, even if you are
temporarily stopped. Wait until you are in a
safe location away from traffic, put the
vehicle in Park [P], and then access the
Settings menu.
Dependent upon configuration, the
vehicle's doors will either lock automatically
when a speed of 5 mph (8 km/h) is reached
or when Drive [D] or Reverse [R] is selected.
To get to the these settings press:
1. My Karma
To open the door from the interior of the
vehicle, press the switch on the interior
door panel.
2. Settings
3. Doors & Mirrors
Here you will be able to configure nine
options related to Doors & Mirrors.
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LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE VEHICLE
CHILD SAFETY LOCKS
Child safety locks are installed on both rear
doors to prevent children from using the
rear door switches and accidentally
opening the doors when the vehicle is in
motion or parked.
The child safety locks are activated in the
touch panel settings, See “Rear Window
Inhibit” on page 58.
It is recommended that the child safety
locks are activated whenever children are
occupying the rear seats.
EMERGENCY ACCESS
E M E RG E NC Y U NL O C K I NG
If the key fob buttons fail to unlock or lock
the vehicle, or open the trunk, replace the
key fob battery. If the key fob still fails to
unlock the vehicle, you can unlock the
passenger's door using the key blade.
Note: It is recommended that you keep the
key in the leather carrying case provided or
in a secure location that is easily accessible.
Insert the blade into the lock located below
the passenger door handle. Turn the key
counterclockwise to open the door.
The vehicle's alarm will sound when the
door is opened. To switch off the alarm,
press the brake pedal and press the
Start/Stop button. If a recognized key fob is
detected, the alarm will be deactivated
and the vehicle can now enter Ready Mode.
Note: The alarm is also deactivated when
the vehicle enters Accessory Mode (as long
as a valid key fob is recognized).
Note: If this fails to work, use the keyless
start backup procedure.
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LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE VEHICLE
MANUAL DOOR OPENING
TRUNK INTERIOR RELEASE
HANDLE
Your Revero is equipped with a mechanical
trunk release handle that provides a means
of escape in the event that a person
becomes locked inside the trunk. Adults are
advised to familiarize themselves with the
operation and location of the release
handle.
In the event of a power failure, each of the
doors can be manually opened from inside
the vehicle by pulling the release cable
located below the door handle.
To access the release cable, press the
lower edge of the cover below the door
handle and remove the cover.
OPENING THE TRUNK
A T-shaped handle is located inside the
trunk above the latch at the center of the
trunk lid. This handle is made using a
luminescent material that glows for hours
after a brief exposure to ambient light.
To open the trunk from the inside, pull the
T-shaped handle and push up on the trunk
lid.
GLOVE COMPARTMENT
To open the trunk, either press the trunk
release button on the key fob for three
seconds or press the trunk release button
on the left-hand dashboard closing panel.
To close, firmly apply downward pressure
to the center of the trunk lid.
Note: The trunk release button is disabled if
Valet Mode is enabled or the vehicle is in a
propulsion mode other than Park [P].
To open the glove compartment, press the
switch indicated by the arrow.
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LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE VEHICLE
Note: The glove compartment cannot be
opened when the vehicle is locked or when
Valet Mode is enabled.
Note: When the interior lighting is
activated, the glove box light will also
illuminate.
VALET MODE
For your peace of mind, your Revero has a
Valet Mode for those times that your
vehicle is parked by another person.
When Valet Mode is active, access to the
trunk and glove compartment are
restricted, providing a secure location for
storing personal items.
Pressing Valet Mode opens a numerical
keypad allowing four digits to be entered.
The climate settings on the MiniBar and
rear backup camera are both active while
in Valet Mode. See “MiniBar” on page 70.
Valet Mode can only be deactivated by
entering a PIN (Personal Identification
Number).
CREATING A PIN FOR VALET MODE:
After entering four digits, press "Enter", a
mode bar will appear asking for you to reenter the same four digits.
From Favorites select:
1. My Karma
2. Valet Mode
Once entered, the code is set and the
vehicle is in Valet Mode.
Note: After five seconds the mode bar
disappears.
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LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE VEHICLE
ACTIVATING VALET MODE
DEACTIVATING VALET MODE
1. Touch the screen and a numeric keypad
appears
From Favorites select:
1. My Karma
2. Valet Mode
Note: Activating Valet Mode can be done in
MyKarma > Settings > Vehicle > Valet Mode.
2. Enter the four-digit pin code and press
"Enter", the screen will display the home
screen
Note: After five seconds the mode bar
disappears and Valet Mode is deactivated.
WRONG PIN ENTERED
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LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE VEHICLE
If you enter the wrong PIN a mode bar will
appear displaying “PIN did not match.
Please try again.”
Enter the correct four-digit PIN code and
the screen will display the home screen.
Note: After five seconds the mode bar
disappears.
Note: If no character is entered, or there is
no activity in 10 seconds, the system
returns to the locked screen.
Note: If Valet Mode is active, and you
cannot recall your PIN, you will need to take
the vehicle to a Karma Automotive Retailer
to reset the system.
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INSTRUMENT PANEL
Instrument Panel
INSTRUMENT PANEL
Interior Overview .......................................................................................................................................18
Instrument Panel USA Specification ................................................................................................. 19
Instrument Panel Canadian Specification .....................................................................................20
Indicator Icons............................................................................................................................................. 21
Warning and Information Messages................................................................................................23
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INSTRUMENT PANEL
INTERIOR OVERVIEW
Instrument Panel
1. Exterior mirror control.
11. Hazard warning flashers.
2. Exterior lights and turn signal.
12. Glove compartment open.
3. STEALTH, SUSTAIN, SPORT Mode
13. Touch panel.
selection.
4. Audio and phone controls.
5. Instrument Panel.
6. Cruise control.
7. REGEN Mode selection.
8. Wipers and washers.
9. Start/Stop button.
10. Master door locking.
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14. PRND switch.
15. Power window controls.
16. Horn.
17. Steering column adjustment.
18. Hood release (recessed).
19. Fuel filler cover release.
20. Parking brake.
21. Trunk release.
INSTRUMENT PANEL
INSTRUMENT PANEL USA SPECIFICATION
1. Lane departure warning (left/right)
11. Performance buffer
2. Fault indicator
12. Odometer, Trip meter
3. Audio / Phone status
13. Fuel range
4. Turn signals (left/right)
14. Regenerative braking meter
5. Drive Mode
15. Speedometer
6. Cruise control speed setting
16. Total range
7. Function indicators
17. Selected PRND Mode
8. Cruise control ON indicator
18. Acceleration meter
9. Regenerative braking setting
19. Electric range
10. Navigation turn-by-turn
20. Compass, Time, Temperature
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INSTRUMENT PANEL
INSTRUMENT PANEL CANADIAN SPECIFICATION
1. Lane departure warning (left/right)
11. Performance buffer
2. Fault indicator
12. Odometer, Trip meter
3. Audio / Phone status
13. Fuel range
4. Turn signals (left/right)
14. Regenerative braking meter
5. Drive Mode
15. Speedometer
6. Cruise control speed setting
16. Total range
7. Function indicators
17. Selected PRND Mode
8. Cruise control ON indicator
18. Acceleration meter
9. Regenerative braking setting
19. Electric range
10. Navigation turn-by-turn
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20. Compass, Time, Temperature
INSTRUMENT PANEL
INDICATOR ICONS
The following indicator icons may be
displayed on the instrument panel during
normal vehicle operation.
Brakes
Icon
(USA)
(Canada)
Brake system
function
Tires
Icon
Description
Description
Left brake lamp
function
Check tire pressure
Right brake lamp
function
Calibration
required. Apply foot
and park brake
Tire pressure monitoring
system function. Contact a
Karma Automotive Retailer
Press brake to start
Function check
Brake fluid level low
Icon
Description
Park brake on
Rear center brake light
High beam
Lamps
Low beam
Icon
Description
Daytime running lamps
Marker lamp
Fog lamp
Rear fog lamp
Low beam headlamps
High beam headlamps
Parking lamps on
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INSTRUMENT PANEL
Hazards (yellow)
Fuel & Battery
Icon
Icon
Description
Powertrain function
Description
Good charge level
Brake system function
Low charge level
Park sensor function
Very low charge level
Accelerator pedal function
Onboard charger function
Misc
Hazards (red)
Icon
Icon
Description
Description
Check engine
Emergency shut-down
Critical powertrain function
Unplug vehicle to start
Performance limited
Windshield washer fluid low
Gear selector function
Park gear lock function
Engine disabled
Genset function, EV range only
Fuel & Battery
Icon
Description
Good fuel level
Low fuel level
Very low fuel level
Key fob not detected
Key fob not recognized
Key fob battery low. Replace
battery
Traction control function off
Traction control function active
Anti-lock brake (ABS) function
Steering system function
Oil change due
Engine oil pressure low
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INSTRUMENT PANEL
Misc
Icon
Door & Ajar events
Description
Front left door ajar
Engine hot! Drive moderately
Front right door ajar
Engine overheated
Rear left door ajar
Seat belts
Rear right door ajar
Airbags
Trunk ajar
Description
Lane departure warning system
function
Battery
Icon
Description
Engine is extremely cold and has
been disabled
Departure-Collision
Icon
Icon
Description
12 volt system function
Hood ajar
Check fuel cap/door
WARNING AND INFORMATION
MESSAGES
In addition to the instrument panel
messages, other notification messages can
be accessed through the touch panel by
pressing:
1. My Karma
2. Messages
High-voltage battery state of
charge low
High-voltage battery function
High-voltage battery
temperature is low
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SEATS AND RESTRAINTS
Seats and Restraints
SEATS AND RESTRAINTS
Power Seats................................................................................................................................................26
Driver’s Seat Memory ............................................................................................................................. 27
Seat Heaters............................................................................................................................................... 27
Wearing the Seat Belt ............................................................................................................................28
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SEATS AND RESTRAINTS
POWER SEATS
Seats and Restraints
WARNING: Do not adjust any part of
a seat while the vehicle is in motion.
Vehicle movement may cause the seat to
suddenly shift, potentially causing injury or
loss of control.
WARNING: To prevent possible
injury, ensure that rear passengers
cannot become trapped as the seat moves.
WARNING: Sitting in a reclined
position when the vehicle is in motion
can be dangerous. Even when buckled, the
seat belts cannot do their job. The shoulder
belt will not be against your body. Instead,
it will be in front of you. In a crash, you could
go into it, receiving neck or other injuries.
The lap belt could go up over your
abdomen and cause serious internal
injuries. For proper protection when the
vehicle is in motion, have the seatback
upright. Sit well back in the seat and wear
the seat belt properly.
1. Cushion tilt adjustment and
forward/backward adjustment
2. Backrest adjustment
3. Lumbar support
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SEATS AND RESTRAINTS
DRIVER’S SEAT MEMORY
WARNING: Before activating the
seat memory, ensure that the area
immediately surrounding the seat is clear
of obstructions and that all occupants are
clear of moving parts.
WARNING: Never adjust the settings
in the touch panel while you are
driving your vehicle, even if you are
temporarily stopped. Wait until you are in a
safe location away from traffic, put the
vehicle in Park [P], and then access the
Settings menu.
PROGRAMMABLE MEMORY
Adjust the seat and steering column to the
desired position, then store the settings in
the seat memory using the touch panel.
MEMORY SETTING PROCEDURE
temperature according to the level
selected.
WARNING: If you cannot feel
temperature change or pain to the
skin, the seat heater may cause burns. To
reduce the risk of burns, people with such a
condition should use care when using the
seat heater, especially for long periods of
time. Do not place anything on the seat
that insulates against heat, such as a
blanket, cushion, cover, or similar item. This
may cause the seat heater to overheat. An
overheated seat heater may cause a burn
or may damage the seat.
The seats can be heated at three different
heat levels:
• Press once to operate at the highest
heat level. Three indicators will
illuminate
• Press twice to operate at the medium
heat level. Two indicators will illuminate
• Press a third time to operate at the
lowest heat level. A single indicator will
illuminate
• Press a fourth time to turn off the
heaters
Switching off the vehicle will automatically
turn off the seat heaters.
FRONT SEAT HEATERS
From the touch panel, select:
1. My Karma
To turn on a front heated seat,
touch the appropriate Heated
Seat icon on the touch panel.
REAR SEAT HEATERS
2. Settings
3. Seats & Keys
4. Seat Position
5. Touch the “Set” selection
You have now set the seat position for the
current driver profile.
SEAT HEATERS
The seat heaters can only be operated
when the vehicle is in Ready Mode. The seat
heaters will maintain a pre-determined
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SEATS AND RESTRAINTS
To turn on a rear heated seat, press the
appropriate switch on the rear center
console switch pack.
ADJUSTING THE HEIGHT OF THE
FRONT SHOULDER BELT
WEARING THE SEAT BELT
F A S T E N IN G T H E S E A T B E L T
1. Draw the belt out smoothly, ensuring
that the belt height, the seat position
and your position on the seat are
correct. The belt should lay flat across
the pelvis, chest and mid-point of the
collar bone between the neck and
shoulder
2. With the belt correctly positioned, place
the metal tongue into the buckle
nearest to you. Press until a click is
heard
RELEASING THE BELT
To release the seat belt, press the red
button.
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The height of the shoulder belt should be
adjusted so that the belt passes over the
center of your shoulder. The belt should be
away from your face and neck but not
falling off your shoulder.
To adjust the height of the shoulder belt,
press the adjustment button and move the
shoulder belt anchor to the desired
position. Release the button to lock the
anchor in position.
WARNING: After adjustment,
release the adjustment button and
then try to move the anchor point up or
down to ensure it is locked into position.
CONTROLS AND OPERATION
Controls and Operation
CONTROLS AND OPERATION
Steering Column Position......................................................................................................................30
Exterior Mirrors..........................................................................................................................................30
Power Windows ......................................................................................................................................... 31
HomeLink® Transmitter ........................................................................................................................32
Programming a Device...........................................................................................................................32
Entry Gate/Canadian Programming ............................................................................................... 33
Information and Assistance ................................................................................................................. 33
Accessory Power Outlets ...................................................................................................................... 34
USB Connections ...................................................................................................................................... 34
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CONTROLS AND OPERATION
STEERING COLUMN POSITION
Controls and Operation
WARNING: Never adjust the steering
wheel position while the vehicle is in
motion. Doing so will reduce control of the
vehicle, and may cause unpredictable
steering movements.
2. Use the mirror control to set the desired
mirror position
FOLDING SIDE MIRRORS
Auto Fold-In: Lock the car from either the
key fob or the master door lock switch.
When the doors are closed, the mirrors will
automatically fold in.
1. My Karma
2. Settings
3. Doors and Mirrors
4. Mirror Auto Fold or Fold Mirror
With the vehicle stationary, adjust the
steering column to the desired driving
position.
EXTERIOR MIRRORS
WARNING: Depending on the type of
mirror glass installed on your Revero,
distances may be difficult to judge
accurately. Objects viewed in the mirror
may be closer than they appear.
To adjust the exterior mirror position:
1. Select the required mirror using the
mirror selector switch as indicated
above
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CONTROLS AND OPERATION
POWER WINDOWS
WARNING: Closing power windows
on fingers, hands or other vulnerable
parts of the body may result in serious
injury. Ensure that your passengers are
familiar with the window controls and
aware of the potential dangers.
The power windows can be operated in
Accessory or Ready Mode.
To disable the rear window switches, press
the rear window inhibit switch (as indicated
above). A light on the switch will illuminate
when the rear windows switches are
inhibited.
Press the switch again to cancel.
WINDOW INITIALIZATION
1. Driver window
2. Passenger window
3. Left rear passenger window
4. Right rear passenger window
Press and hold the front of the respective
switch to lower the window. A gentle pull or
pressing of the switch to the first detent
provides manual window control. Pull and
hold the front of the respective switch to
raise the window. Release the switch at any
point to stop window movement.
When the window express function is not
operational. the window function can be
reset.
Hold the switch to bring the window to full
down position, and when it stops release
the switch.
Repeat the step by pulling up on the switch
until the top most position.
This should reset the window positioning to
allow for normal Express operation.
REAR WINDOW INHIBIT
WARNING: If children are occupying
the rear seats, the rear window
inhibit switch should be used to prevent
operation of the windows. If the windows
are operated by young children there is a
risk of death or serious injury.
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CONTROLS AND OPERATION
HOMELINK® TRANSMITTER
WARNING: Do not use this
HomeLink® transmitter with any
garage door that lacks safety stop and
reverse features. A garage door opener
which cannot detect an object in the path
of a closing door and then automatically
stop and reverse the door does not meet
current safety standards. Using a garage
door opener without these features
increases the risk of serious injury or death.
begins to flash, release the buttons. Do
not hold the buttons for longer than 30
seconds
This initializes the HomeLink®
transmitter and erases previous
settings from all three channels
Note: Do not perform this step when
programming additional handheld
transmitters.
3. Decide which one of the three channels
you want to program
4. Position the end of your handheld
The HomeLink® universal
transmitter is built into the rearview mirror and provides a convenient way
to replace up to three handheld
transmitters with a single built-in device.
PROGRAMMING A DEVICE
WARNING: When programming
your HomeLink® transmitter, you will
be operating the garage door or gate. Be
sure that people and objects are out of the
way, to prevent potential harm or damage.
1. Make sure the vehicle is in Accessory
Mode
2. If you have previously programmed
your HomeLink® transmitter, proceed
to step 3. Press and hold the two outer
buttons for approximately 20 seconds.
When the indicator light (shown above)
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transmitter one to three inches
(25-75 mm) away from the buttons
5. Simultaneously press and hold both the
mirror button you want to program and
handheld transmitter button. The
indicator light will flash slowly and then
rapidly after the mirror successfully
receives the frequency signal from the
hand held transmitter
Release both buttons
6. Press and hold the programmed
garage door opener button and
observe the indicator lamp
• If the indicator is continuous,
programming is complete, and your
device should activate when the
garage door opener button is pressed
and held for approximately one to two
seconds and then released
• If the indicator lamp blinks rapidly for
two seconds and then glows steadily,
proceed with the following
instructions for programming rolling
code device equipment
CONTROLS AND OPERATION
PROGRAMMING ROLLING CODE
DEVICE EQUIPMENT
ENTRY GATE/CANADIAN
PROGRAMMING
Note: The assistance of a second person
may make the following steps quicker and
easier. Once the button has been pressed,
there are only 30 seconds in which to
complete step 3.
The technology of some entry gates
requires you to press and repress (cycle)
the handheld transmitter button every two
seconds during programming.
1. At the garage door opener receiver
2.
3.
4.
5.
(motor head unit) in the garage, locate
the learn or smart button/switch
The name of the button or switch may
vary between manufacturers
Press and release the learn or smart
button/switch
Return to the vehicle and firmly press
and hold the programmed garage door
opener button for two seconds and
release
Repeat the press, hold, release
sequence three times to complete the
programming process
The garage door opener in the rearview mirror should now activate the
rolling code device
REPROGRAMMING A SINGLE BUTTON
To program a device to a previously trained
button:
1. Press and hold the desired pre-
programmed garage door opener
button for at least 20 seconds but no
longer than 30 seconds, until the
indicator light begins to flash
2. Without releasing the rear-view mirror
button, position the handheld
transmitter approximately one to three
inches (25-75 mm) away from the
transceiver in the rear-view mirror,
keeping the indicator light in view
3. Carry out step 3 of Programming a
Device
Continue to press and hold the desired
rear-view mirror button while you cycle
your handheld transmitter until the
indicator light flashes rapidly.
INFORMATION AND
ASSISTANCE
CAUTION: For security purposes, it is
recommended that all programmed
transceiver buttons are erased before the
vehicle is sold or disposed of.
For information on the range of available
compatible products or accessories, or for
assistance, you should contact your
retailer.
If you would like additional information on
the Homelink Universal Transceiver,
compatible products or to purchase other
accessories, contact your retailer or you
can also contact the Homelink helpline at
1-800-355-3515 or www.homelink.com.
Note: Keep the original transmitter for
future use or programming procedures if,
for example, you purchase a new vehicle.
Note: The manufacturer is not responsible
for any radio or TV interference caused by
unauthorized modifications to this
equipment. Such modifications could void
the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
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CONTROLS AND OPERATION
ACCESSORY POWER OUTLETS
USB CONNECTIONS
The power socket is suitable for 12V
accessories requiring up to 10A or a
maximum of 125 watts.
FRONT 12V POWER OUTLET
The center console has two USB ports.
Both USB ports can be used for charging
and playing music.
The front power outlet is located in the
center console storage compartment and
is always powered.
REAR ACCESSORY POWER OUTLETS
Note: The rear accessory power outlets
only operate when the vehicle is in
Accessory or Ready Mode.
A USB port and a 12V power socket are
located between the rear seats.
Note: The 12V power outlet and the USB
charging port (5V) have hinged covers to
protect them when not in use.
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WARNING: Never read text
messages or enter text on your cell
phone while driving, even if you are
temporarily stopped. Wait until you are in a
safe location away from traffic, with the
vehicle in Park [P].
STARTING AND DRIVING
Starting and Driving
STARTING AND DRIVING
Starting the Vehicle .................................................................................................................................36
Selecting Propulsion Mode (PRND)...................................................................................................36
Drive Modes ................................................................................................................................................ 37
Cruise Control.............................................................................................................................................38
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) ......................................................................................................39
Parking Brake .............................................................................................................................................39
Exterior Lighting ........................................................................................................................................ 40
Turn Signals................................................................................................................................................. 40
Hazard Warning Flashers...................................................................................................................... 41
Wipers and Washers ............................................................................................................................... 41
Park Distance Control (PDC)................................................................................................................ 42
Rear View Camera................................................................................................................................... 42
Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) .............................................................................. 43
Lane Departure Warning (LDW) ....................................................................................................... 43
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STARTING AND DRIVING
STARTING THE VEHICLE
Starting and Driving
Note: If left in Accessory Mode, the vehicle
will automatically turn itself off after 10
minutes.
Note: The vehicle cannot be put into
Accessory Mode if the vehicle is in motion.
READY MODE
ACCESSORY MODE
In Ready Mode, the vehicle’s high-voltage
electrical system is engaged, allowing the
vehicle to be driven.
To put the vehicle in Ready Mode:
1. Ensure the key fob is inside the vehicle
2. Apply the brake pedal
3. Press the Start/Stop button
4. The Start/Stop button turns green
In Accessory Mode, all the electrical
features and controls can be operated but
the vehicle cannot be driven.
TURNING OFF THE VEHICLE
To put the vehicle in Accessory Mode:
1. Ensure that Park [P] is selected
1. Ensure the key fob is inside the vehicle
2. Make sure the brake pedal is NOT
applied
3. Press the Start/Stop button
The vehicle enters Accessory Mode and
the indicator lights on the instrument
panel illuminate briefly
Note: As with any personal computer or
infotainment device, please allow the
information screen a few seconds to
load and become fully operational.
When using navigation, always set the
driver information system and touch
panel views before driving.
4. The amber indicator light on the
Start/Stop button will illuminate
The brake pedal indicator light
will illuminate in the instrument
panel.
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To turn off the vehicle:
2. From either the Accessory or Ready
Mode, press the Start/Stop button to
turn the vehicle off
SELECTING PROPULSION MODE
(PRND)
STARTING AND DRIVING
With the vehicle in Ready Mode, press the
required button to select a propulsion.
STEALTH, SUSTAIN, AND SPORT
MODES
• Park [P]
With Park [P] engaged, the propulsion
unit is locked and the rear wheels
cannot turn.
To select another mode when the
vehicle is in Park, the vehicle must be in
Ready Mode and the brake pedal
depressed.
Note: Park [P] is automatically engaged
whenever a charging cable is connected
to the charging port to prevent the
vehicle being accidentally driven while
still connected.
• Reverse [R]
Selectable whenever the vehicle is
stationary or its forward speed is less
than 3 mph (4.8 km/h).
• Neutral [N]
In Neutral the propulsion unit is not
locked.
To select another mode when the
vehicle is in Neutral [N] and moving at a
speed less than 5 mph (8 km/h), you
must apply the brake pedal. At speeds
above 30 mph (48 km/h), you can only
select the drive mode suitable for the
current direction of travel.
• Drive [D]
Selectable whenever the vehicle is
stationary or its speed is less than
30 mph (48 km/h) in reverse.
The instrument panel will show the
currently selected propulsion, and the
button associated with the selection will
also illuminate.
DRIVE MODES
WARNING: It is recommended that
you do not use SPORT Mode on
surfaces covered in snow or ice as this
could adversely affect vehicle handling.
To change between STEALTH, SUSTAIN,
and SPORT Modes, briefly pull the lefthand paddle towards you and release. Pull
and release the paddle again to select the
next available mode.
REGENERATIVE BRAKING
The power meter on the instrument panel
provides real-time feedback on the level of
regenerative braking, indicating the
amount of energy being generated and fed
back to the high-voltage battery. The
amount of regenerative braking can vary
depending on the current state of the
battery. For example, you’ll experience a
reduction in regenerative braking if the
battery is extremely hot or cold or if the
battery is already charged to its maximum
allowable level.
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STARTING AND DRIVING
To select Regen-1:
ENGAGING CRUISE CONTROL
The vehicle defaults to Regen-1. The vehicle
will experience little resistance and the
instrument panel will indicate Regen-1 on
the display.
To engage cruise control, the
vehicle’s speed must be between
20 mph (32 km/h) and 90 mph
(145 km/h).
To select Regen-2:
1. Accelerate until your desired cruising
Briefly pull and release the paddle. The
vehicle will experience slightly more
resistance and the instrument panel will
indicate Regen-2.
To select Regen-3:
Briefly pull and release the paddle again.
The vehicle will have an increased feeling of
drag while coasting, and the instrument
panel will indicate Regen-3 on the display.
Note: To return to Regen-1 from Regen-2
or Regen-3, simply pull and hold the
paddle.
CRUISE CONTROL
WARNING: Do not use cruise control
in traffic conditions where a constant
speed cannot easily be maintained or on
winding or slippery road surfaces.
WARNING: It remains the driver’s
responsibility to always ensure that
a safe speed is maintained within the
speed limit, taking account of traffic and
road conditions.
WARNING: Cruise control should not
be used in ice and snow conditions.
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speed is reached
2. Press the thumb wheel to the left (SET)
position and release
3. An indicator light on the instrument
panel illuminates when cruise control is
operating
If required, vehicle speed can be increased
through normal use of the accelerator.
When the accelerator pedal is released,
road speed will return to the previously set
cruising speed.
Note: The minimum set and resume speed
is 20 mph (32 km/h).
CANCELING CRUISE CONTROL
Cruise control can be canceled
by pressing the switch on the
steering wheel.
Note: Cruise control is also canceled when
the brake pedal is pressed, REGEN Mode is
selected, ESC is turned off, or if the
vehicle’s speed falls below 20 mph
(32 km/h).
RESUMING CRUISE CONTROL
• To resume cruise control at the
previously set speed, press the thumb
wheel to the right (RES)
STARTING AND DRIVING
Note: Cruise control will only be resumed if
the vehicle’s speed is more than 20 mph
(32 km/h).
The ESC OFF indicator light will
illuminate on the instrument
panel.
CHANGING THE CRUISING SPEED
PARKING BRAKE
The vehicle’s set cruising speed can be
adjusted as follows:
• To decrease the set speed, press and
hold the thumb wheel to the left
• To decrease the speed in smaller
increments, move the thumb wheel to
the left and release. Each operation of
the thumb wheel will decrease the
speed by 1 mph (2 km/h)
• To increase the set speed, press and
hold the thumb wheel to the right
• To increase the speed in smaller
increments, move the thumb wheel to
the right and release. Each operation of
the thumb wheel will increase the speed
by 1 mph (2 km/h)
ELECTRONIC STABILITY
CONTROL (ESC)
APPLYING THE PARKING BRAKE
With the vehicle stationary, with your foot
on the brake pedal, pull the switch (as
indicated above) to apply the parking
brake.
The indicator light will
illuminate.
WARNING: No electronic system can
remove the need for safe driving
practices. Although Electronic Stability
Control can help to maintain control of the
vehicle, it cannot prevent any accident that
may result from the vehicle turning at too
high a speed or from careless/dangerous
driving techniques.
Note: If the lever is operated
while the vehicle is traveling, the parking
brake will be fully applied. The brake lights
will not illuminate. This function works even
when the vehicle is shut off.
When the ESC system is
operating the indicator light on
the instrument panel will flash to
indicate it is in use.
With your foot on the brake pedal, push the
switch to release the parking brake.
TURNING OFF ESC
To turn ESC off, press:
1. My Karma
RELEASING THE PARKING BRAKE
The indicator light on the instrument panel
will turn off.
The indicator on the instrument panel
should illuminate when the parking brake is
engaged.
2. Settings
3. Safety
4. Electronic Stability Control
5. ESC Off
Note: The current ESC setting will display
on the Electronic Stability Control tab.
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STARTING AND DRIVING
EXTERIOR LIGHTING
REAR FOG LAMPS
With the headlamps on, rotate and release
the collar on the lever to turn the rear fog
lamps on.
An indicator illuminates on the
instrument panel when the fog
lights are operating.
TURN SIGNALS
The exterior lights are controlled by the
left-hand steering column lever.
Turn the rotary control on the end of the
lever to select the required lighting mode.
• OFF
• AUTO: The AUTO setting is the default
setting for headlamps and side lamps. If
the lights are turned off or if the
ambient light falls below a defined level,
they will automatically be activated
• Side lamps only
• Side lamps and headlamps
LOW BEAM HEADLAMPS
An indicator light on the
instrument panel will illuminate
when the headlamp low beams
are operating.
HIGH BEAM HEADLAMPS
With the headlamps on, push the
column lever away from the
steering wheel to select high
beam.An indicator light on the instrument
panel will illuminate when high beam is
selected.
To switch back to low beam, pull the lever
towards the steering wheel.
To flash the headlamps on high beam, pull
the lever fully towards the steering wheel
and release it.
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With the vehicle in Accessory or Ready
Mode, move the lever up or down to
operate the turn signals.
A left or right indicator light on
the instrument panel will flash
when the direction indicator
lamps are operating.
When the lever is held
momentarily up or down against spring
pressure and then released, the turn
signals will flash to indicate a lane change.
STARTING AND DRIVING
HAZARD WARNING FLASHERS
5. High-speed operation
INTERMITTENT WIPE
With the wiper control in position 3, rotate
the collar clockwise to increase the interval
between wipes. Rotate the collar
counterclockwise to decrease the interval
between wipes.
Press the switch indicated by the arrow to
operate. The front and rear turn signals will
flash, along with the turn signal indicator
lights on the instrument panel. If the vehicle
is in Ready Mode, the flashers will continue
to operate. Use in an emergency to warn
other road users that your vehicle is
disabled.
Press the switch again to switch off the
hazard flashers.
WIPERS AND WASHERS
With the vehicle in Accessory or Ready
Mode, move the lever up or down to select
the required wiper mode.
1. Single wipe
2. Off
3. Intermittent wipe mode
4. Normal-speed operation
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STARTING AND DRIVING
AUTOMATIC WIPER
The driver can configure the wipers to
function intermittently or automatically
through the touch panel by pressing:
1. My Karma
2. Settings
3. Safety
Position the rotary switch collar to the
desired sensitivity level to activate the
automatic wiper function. When the vehicle
detects moisture on the windshield, the
wipers will be automatically activated.
WINDSHIELD WASHER
Press and release the end of the lever to
operate the windshield washer.
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PARK DISTANCE CONTROL
(PDC)
WARNING: The PDC system may not
detect moving objects, such as
children and animals, until they are
dangerously close. Always maneuver with
caution and always use your mirrors.
REAR VIEW CAMERA
WARNING: It remains the driver's
responsibility to detect obstacles
and estimate the vehicle's distance from
them when reversing. Some overhanging
objects or barriers, which could possibly
cause damage to the vehicle, may not be
visible by the camera.
STARTING AND DRIVING
ADVANCED DRIVER
ASSISTANCE SYSTEM (ADAS)
The system will be automatically
disengaged when wipers are active.
WARNING: Lane Departure Warning
(LDW) features are for guidance
purposes only and are only designed for
providing audio and visual alerts.
LANE DEPARTURE WARNING
1. Same direction
• For example: When the left turn signal
is selected and the vehicle turns left,
no warning will be given
2. Short indicator
• For example: If the turn signal has
been activated but no lane change is
detected after a period of time, the
system automatically cancels the turn
signal
• No warning will sound if the vehicle
turns left within five seconds of the
indicator being turned off
3. Wrong indicator
• For example: When the left turn signal
is selected but the vehicle turns right,
the system will activate an audible
and visual warning
4. No indicator
• For example: If the vehicle drifts left
without a turn signal selected, the
system will activate an audible and
visual warning
WARNING: These are warning
features only. The vehicle cannot
steer itself or brake on its own; the driver is
solely responsible for safely driving the
vehicle.
WARNING: These features are
camera-dependent, and the
accuracies may be impacted by visibility
and many other factors. The driver should
not depend on them at any time. If the
ambient lighting is bright enough that the
driver cannot see, then the camera will not
be able to "see" either.
The Karma Revero is equipped with a front
camera—mounted in the interior, on the
windshield —which is responsible for
detecting and warning the driver of
unintended road lane departures and
collisions with surrounding vehicles. This
new system is an Advanced Driver
Assistance System (ADAS).
You can enable/disable these features
through the touch panel:
• My Karma > Settings > Safety > Lane
Departure Warning
ADAS features are not operational under
certain conditions. This can happen in
many scenarios including low speed driving
or poor visibility due to rain, etc.
LANE DEPARTURE WARNING
(LDW)
Lane Departure Warning is only available
at speeds of 35 to 112 mph (56 to 180
km/h).
LANE DEPARTURE SENSITIVITY
The user can select different sensitivity
through the touch panel.
1. Early
• Audio and visual warnings are
triggered when the wheel is too close
to the lane mark
2. Normal
• Audio and visual warnings are
triggered when the wheel is touching
the lane mark. This is the default
setting for LDW
The driver will not receive any feedback
from the LDW until a vehicle speed of 35
mph is achieved. The driver will then
receive warnings when attempting to
change lanes without using the turn signal.
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Using the Touch Panel
USING THE TOUCH PANEL
Overview.......................................................................................................................................................46
Favorites....................................................................................................................................................... 47
Audio ..............................................................................................................................................................49
Navigation..................................................................................................................................................... 51
Phone ............................................................................................................................................................. 53
MiniBar .......................................................................................................................................................... 55
Using the System ......................................................................................................................................58
Ventilation..................................................................................................................................................... 61
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USING THE TOUCH PANEL
OVERVIEW
Using the Touch Panel
The Karma touch panel offers many
features.
1. Audio
Touch the desired icon on the home screen
to access the desired feature. When active,
the icon will turn blue.
8. Rear window defroster
2. Favorites
9. Climate control
3. Phone
10. Windshield defroster
4. Volume
11. Fan speed
5. My Karma
12. Temperature driver side
6. Temperature passenger side
13. Navigation
7. Ventilation
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USING THE TOUCH PANEL
FAVORITES
AUDIO
The Favorites menu is located at the top of
the touch panel, allowing for quicker
navigation through your most-used items.
FAVORITES ACCESS
Access Favorites by touching the
star at the top of the display.
To access the favorites lists,
touch one of the four quick access category
tabs located at the top of the favorites
display screen:
•
•
•
•
Audio
Navigation
Phone
My Karma
Audio Favorites compiles your
favorite selections from all
available inputs, including FM,
AM, Bluetooth, and USB. If a favorite is
located on a disconnected media device,
the display will be grayed out and you will
not be able to select it.
To add a selection to the audio favorites
list:
1. Touch the Audio icon on the main
screen
2. Select the audio source, and scroll
through the choices
3. When the desired selection is
highlighted, touch the Star icon next to
the selection to save it to favorites
4. To remove a selection, just touch the
Star icon again
To delete favorites:
1. Press Edit in the upper right hand
corner
2. Press the X next to the item to be
deleted
If choosing selections from a connected
media device, the device must be
connected to choose it from the favorites
list. Up to ten selections can be saved to the
Audio Favorites list.
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USING THE TOUCH PANEL
NAVIGATION
3. Scroll through the list until the desired
contact is highlighted
4. Touch the star next to the number to
save it to the favorites list
5. To remove a contact from the favorites
list, touch the Star icon again
6. If a contact has more than one number
available, either number can be
selected as a favorite
Up to ten contacts can be saved to the
favorites list.
MY KARMA
Navigation Favorites allows
quick selection of frequently
visited destinations.
To add a location to the favorites list:
1. Touch the Navigation icon on the main
screen
2. Touch Where To?
3. Touch Go to begin navigation
Up to ten destinations can be saved to the
favorites list.
My Karma Favorites is a place to
find saved system configuration
settings. Actions available from
this screen include:
PHONE
• Quick activation of Valet Mode
• Automatic Lock settings configuration
• Seat position memory configuration
There are ten options available in the
favorites list that were preset at the
factory. These options cannot be edited or
removed from the My Karma Favorites list.
Phone Favorites accesses the
favorited contact list from a
connected mobile device.
To add a contact to favorites:
1. Touch the Phone icon
2. Select Contacts
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USING THE TOUCH PANEL
AUDIO
AUDIO VOLUME CONTROL
WARNING: For your safety and that
of other vehicle occupants, do not
become distracted from driving when using
any of these systems.
1. Press the Speaker icon at the bottom
2.
The Revero audio system
includes AM/FM radio with the
ability to connect external media
devices via Bluetooth or USB.
3.
4.
5.
6.
right corner of the main display to bring
up the volume controls
Press the desired level to adjust the
volume accordingly
Press the Mute icon to mute the sound
(icon turns blue with strike through)
Press the Mute icon again to return to
the previous volume
The volume display will disappear if left
untouched for five seconds
Volume can be adjusted up and down
by the slider. The driver also has volume
controls located on the steering wheel
AUDIO SETTINGS
To access the audio system settings:
1. Touch the Music Note icon on the main
display screen
2. Touch the Settings icon in the upper
right corner of the main audio display
screen
3. Adjust the desired function
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USING THE TOUCH PANEL
SELECT A SOURCE
CHANGING STATIONS
To select an audio source:
There are three methods for changing the
radio station:
1. Touch the Music Note icon on the main
display screen
2. Touch the Select Source tab at the top
of the audio screen
From here you can select:
FM /AM radio
• Brings up the station selection screen
Favorites
• Brings up programmed list of favorites
Bluetooth / USB
• Brings up the menu for the connected
device
• The + or - icons of the Tune function
• The up and down arrows of the Seek
function
• The blue indicator on the dial can be
touched and moved
From the radio screen, the user can:
• Touch the star to the right of the radio
station listing to add it to the favorites
list
• Touch the Select Source button to
change the audio source
• Touch the Home icon to access other
features within the infotainment
system. The audio will continue to play
unless turned off
Note: Selecting Bluetooth or USB requires
that a compatible device be connected to
the infotainment system.
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USING THE TOUCH PANEL
NAVIGATION
WARNING: Be careful when
operating the navigation system.
Looking away from the road can lead to a
serious or fatal accident. Read the safety
instructions in the owner’s manual.
referencing the current position of the
vehicle.
Touch the icon at the bottom right of the
display to toggle between centered and
whole route views.
The top of the display contains:
•
•
•
•
The Navigation feature offers
turn-by-turn navigation
assistance as well as preprogrammed Points of Interest (POI) such
as restaurants and gas stations.
To access navigation:
1. Select the Navigation icon from the
main display screen
2. Touch the Options icon at the top right
of the display to configure the
navigation system preferences
3. Touch Where To? to enter the desired
destination, or touch the Star icon to
select from the list of favorites
Where To? search box
Favorites menu
Options menu
Compass (top right of map)
Touch Where To? at the top of the
navigation display to access the
destination screen. This screen displays
options for:
• Manual address/place/category entry
• Recent destinations list
• Preprogrammed POI list
When the Navigation panel is accessed, the
screen displays a map with an indicator
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USING THE TOUCH PANEL
MANUAL DESTINATION ENTRY
1. From the Navigation screen, touch
Where To?
2. Touch the Search box to bring up the
on-screen keypad
3. Type the address, place name or
category (such as restaurants or hotels)
4. If there is more than one destination
that matches your search, touch the
desired option
5. Press Go to begin navigation
FAVORITE DESTINATION ENTRY
1. From top of the Navigation screen,
touch the Star icon
2. Select a location from the favorites list
3. Touch the desired location, then press
Go to begin navigation
RECENT DESTINATIONS/POI ENTRY
1. From the Navigation screen, touch
Where To?
2. List of recent destinations will appear
below the search box. Scroll through
this list to find the desired destination
3. To search the POI list, scroll through the
POI categories on the right side of the
screen. Choose the desired category,
then scroll through the list of
destinations
4. Touch the desired destination, then
press Go to begin navigation
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NAVIGATION SCREEN
Once a destination has been selected,
press Go to begin navigation. The
Navigation screen will display turn-by-turn
directions on the left and a map view of the
route on the right.
When the Navigation screen is active, the
user can:
• Touch the icon at the bottom of the
screen to toggle between centered and
whole-route views
• Touch the Options menu to display
traffic conditions and set navigation
parameters (such as avoiding toll
roads)
• Touch the button in the upper right
hand corner to cancel the current
navigational assistance
The steering wheel controls can also bring
up a navigation display in the instrument
panel.
USING THE TOUCH PANEL
PHONE
WARNING: For your safety and that
of other vehicle occupants, do not
become distracted from driving when using
any of these systems.
BLUETOOTH
To pair a phone via Bluetooth:
1. Touch the Phone icon on the main
display screen
2. The first time a phone is paired, a
To utilize the phone feature, a
mobile phone must be connected
to the system via Bluetooth. See
“Pairing a Phone” on page 53.
message will appear at the top of the
screen asking if you would like to pair a
phone
3. Touch Yes
Once there is a paired phone in the vehicle,
touch the Phone icon on the main display
screen to access the controls. Touching the
Phone icon pulls up the main phone display,
including the keypad dialer and call history.
At the top of the display, information from
the connected phone is displayed, as well
as the Favorites menu.
Use the Dialer icon to bring up the keypad,
or the Contacts icon to access the contact
list. Use the Settings icon to access settings.
PAIRING A PHONE
To use the Phone feature, a Bluetoothenabled phone must be connected to the
vehicle. Follow the steps below to pair a
phone.
4. Press Pair Phone to begin the pairing
process. The system will search for
available devices. Ensure Bluetooth is
enabled on your device and is set to
discoverable
Note: To pair an additional phone, access
the Bluetooth Settings menu from the main
phone display, then pick up the procedure
at step 4.
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USING THE TOUCH PANEL
KEYPAD DIALER
5. If there is more than one available
Bluetooth device, select the correct
device from the list. The system will then
begin to pair the phone
6. Verify that the displayed pairing code
on the Revero screen matches the one
on the phone's display
7. On the phone, select Revero to allow
the phone to connect
8. Once the phone has paired, a mode bar
will appear indicating that the process
is complete
After a moment, the phone dialer screen
will appear. From here, the user can:
• Make a call
• Touch the Home icon to return to the
main screen
To make a call using the keypad:
1. Touch the Phone icon on the main
display screen
2. Enter the phone number
3. Press the green button to place the call
Numbers can also be selected from the list
of recent calls. Touch the Favorites or
Contacts icons to access those lists.
CALL IN PROGRESS
While a call is in progress:
The screen will display the call information
based on the information stored in the
connected phone, including the name and
number for the contact. The call-inprogress screen also offers a call duration
display and a muting option.
To end a call from this screen, touch the red
button at the bottom of the dialer.
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USING THE TOUCH PANEL
ANSWERING CALLS
CLIMATE CONTROL
Touch the Climate icon at the
center of the MiniBar. This screen
contains options for all climate
control settings:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Air conditioning (driver and passenger)
Heating (driver and passenger)
Ventilation (driver and passenger)
Seat heaters
Fan speeds
Defrost
The incoming call mode bar will appear
regardless of which screen the system is
currently displaying.
When receiving a call, touch Answer or
Decline on the green mode bar at the top of
the display.
To switch to the call-in-progress screen,
touch the Phone icon on the left side of the
mode bar. To end a call use the button on
the steering wheel.
MINIBAR
Climate Control
Icon
Description
The dual independent Cabin
Control icon will be blue when
the driver and passenger
temperature control values are
the same. When the icon is off
(illustrated here), the controls
are independent.
Heated Seat icons control the
heat generated by the seat
heating element. There are four
settings: OFF, 1, 2, 3.
The bar that runs along the bottom of the
display is called the MiniBar. Touch the far
right icon for volume control. Touch the
center icon to access the main climate
control screen. The three icons to each side
of the center icon are quick controls for the
climate control system, allowing the user to
adjust the temperature and airflow without
leaving the home screen.
The climate control ON/OFF
button activates or deactivates
the climate control system.
Climate control system
temperature adjustment.
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USING THE TOUCH PANEL
Climate Control
Icon
FAN SPEED
Description
Air conditioning system cools the
cabin.
Heating system heats the cabin.
Air circulation controls the flow
of air around the cabin. There
are two options: recirculation or
outside air.
TEMPERATURE
The fan speed control is
indicated by a number and a
small Fan icon. Touching the icon
will generate a pop-up speed control.
Touch + to raise the fan speed or - to lower
the fan speed. Fan speed cannot be
adjusted independently when in dual
climate control mode.
VENTILATION
Touch the temperature setting
value on the MiniBar to access
the pop-up temperature control.
Touch + to raise the temperature or - to
lower it. The icon will display the chosen
temperature. The dual climate control
system allows the driver and passenger to
control their temperature settings
independently.
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Touch the Ventilation icon on the
MiniBar to select the desired
airflow configuration. Ventilation
is not an available dual climate control
setting.
USING THE TOUCH PANEL
DEFROSTERS
VOLUME CONTROL
The Defroster icons are
located on each side of
the main Climate
Control icon. The left icon controls the main
windshield defroster, while the right icon
controls the rear window defroster.
Touching the Defroster icon once turns it
on, then touching it again turns it off. When
the Defroster is on, the icon is blue. The
external rear-view mirrors are also heated
when the Defroster is on.
Touch the Speaker icon on the
MiniBar to bring up the volume
controls. Pressing the desired
level will move the indicator to that level
and adjust the volume accordingly. Touch
and hold the slider and move it up or down
to adjust the volume in increments. Press
the Mute icon to mute the sound (icon will
turn blue); press the Mute icon again to
return to the previous volume. The volume
display will disappear if left untouched for
five seconds.
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USING THE TOUCH PANEL
USING THE SYSTEM
Note: The heating and air conditioning
systems are powered by the battery.
Prolonged use will decrease the range of
the vehicle in STEALTH Mode.
BLOWER SPEED/TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
AUTO CLIMATE CONTROL
The climate control system features
automatic temperature and air distribution
control and is programmed to maintain
optimum levels of comfort within the
vehicle in all but the most severe climatic
conditions.
It is recommended that automatic climate
control is selected as the normal operating
mode.
Touch the icon to switch on
automatic climate control then
adjust the temperature to the
desired temperature.
Touch a point on the slider between 1 and
10 to increase or decrease the desired
blower speed.
The system will then automatically adjust
the heating, air conditioning, air
distribution, blower speeds, and air
recirculation to maintain the desired
temperature.
The air distribution and blower controls can
be operated independently to override
AUTO Mode. If AUTO Mode is overridden,
the icon will no longer be highlighted in blue.
Press AUTO again to return to automatic
mode.
Note: If the air distribution and blower
controls are used independently, the
system may not be able to maintain the set
temperature.
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Touch a point on the slider to set the
desired interior temperature.
USING THE TOUCH PANEL
DUAL ZONE TEMPERATURE
Touch the icon to switch between
single zone and dual zone
temperature control.
When dual mode is active, the temperature
for the driver and passenger sides of the
interior can be independently adjusted.
Touch a point to set the desired interior
temperatures.
Small incremental changes are made when
+ or - are selected on the slider.
Larger changes can be made by tapping on
the temperature slider scales.
AIR CONDITIONING
Note: The air conditioning system can be
used on its own or in conjunction with the
heating system.
Touch the icon for cool and
dehumidified air.
Adjust the temperature control
to control the temperature of air coming
into the cabin.
It is recommended that air conditioning is
used throughout a journey to control
window fogging and odors.
When the SYNC feature is selected, the
passenger's temperature setting will
automatically match the driver's.
Switching off air conditioning will reduce
cooling performance; the amount of
cooling available will be determined by the
outside air temperature. However, the
reduced load on the high-voltage battery
may improve vehicle range.
The SYNC feature is automatically
canceled when the temperature setting is
adjusted on the passenger side, or if the
SYNC icon is pressed a second time.
Note: Using the climate control system for
prolonged periods with the air conditioning
off may cause the windows to fog in certain
climatic conditions.
SYNC CLIMATE CONTROL
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USING THE TOUCH PANEL
HEATING
AIR RECIRCULATION
Note: The heating system can be used on
its own or in conjunction with the air
conditioning system.
Touch the icon to operate the
heating system and warm the air
from the vents.
Touch the icon to activate air
recirculation.
Air recirculation prevents air
entering from the outside and recirculates
the air inside the vehicle.
This limits the entry of traffic fumes. Air
recirculation also significantly improves the
dehumidifying and cooling performance of
the air conditioning system.
FRESH AIR
Touch the icon to switch from
recirculation and allow fresh air
to be drawn into the vehicle from
the outside.
Adjust the temperature slider to control the
temperature of air coming into the cabin.
Note: Heated seats are an alternative way
of keeping warm in the vehicle.
AIR DISTRIBUTION
Touch the respective Air Distribution icon to
change the location at which air enters the
interior of the vehicle.
Face-level vents
Face-and foot-level vents
Windshield and foot-level vents
Foot-level vents
Defrost
Note: Only one air distribution setting can
be selected at a time.
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OFF
Touch the icon to switch off the
heating system, air conditioning,
and blower. Any air entering the
vehicle through the vents will be dependent
upon the vehicle speed.
USING THE TOUCH PANEL
WINDSHIELD DEFROSTER
VENTILATION
Touch the icon to operate the
windshield defroster. The icon
will turn blue when the defroster
is operating.
Air is drawn into the vehicle through the
cowl grille in front of the windshield. Keep
the grille clear of obstructions (leaves,
snow, etc.).
To provide maximum airflow to the
windshield, activating the defroster
automatically adjusts the climate control
settings as follows:
•
•
•
•
Air distribution set to windshield vents
Air conditioning is switched on
Heating is switched on
Blower fan is switched on
Touch the icon again to switch off the
windshield defroster and return the system
to its previous settings.
REAR WINDOW DEFROSTER
CAUTION: To avoid damage to the
heating elements, do not attach
labels to the rear window. Do not scrape or
use abrasive materials to clean the inside
of the rear window.
With the vehicle in Ready Mode, touch the
icon to operate the rear window defroster.
The icon will turn blue while the function is
operating.
The rear window defroster will
operate for a period of time
before automatically switching
off.
The rear window defroster can also be
manually turned off as well.
Rotate the thumb wheel left or right to
open and close the face level vents. Move
the louvers up, down, or from side to side to
direct the airflow.
The outer face-level vents can be directed
onto the side windows to aid in defogging in
cold weather.
Note: When you open the face-level vents,
airflow to the foot and windshield vents is
reduced.
CABIN AIR FILTER
Your Revero has a cabin air filter installed
that prevents pollen, industrial fall out,
road dust, and other particles from
entering the vehicle through the vents.
The cabin air filter should be inspected, and
replaced only when found to be dirty or
contaminated. Failure to replace the air
filter will result in reduced airflow into the
vehicle.
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ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Routine Maintenance
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Opening and Closing the Hood...........................................................................................................64
Engine Compartment Overview ........................................................................................................65
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ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
OPENING AND CLOSING THE
HOOD
Routine Maintenance
WARNING: Never work on a vehicle
that is plugged in. Always remember
to unplug the vehicle before working under
the hood or the underside of the vehicle.
OPENING THE HOOD
WARNING: Make sure that the hood
is in the fully open position before
working in the engine compartment. In
windy conditions, you may need to secure
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the hood to prevent it from being closed by
the wind.
1. Pull the (recessed) hood release handle,
located on the lower edge of the
dashboard closing panel
2. Raise the hood
3. Ensure the hood is in the fully open
position
CLOSING THE HOOD
1. Lower the hood to the closed position
2. Press down firmly on each side of the
hood (see illustration) to engage the
locks
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
ENGINE COMPARTMENT
OVERVIEW
1. Coolant reservoir - electric drive
components
2. Engine oil filler cap
3. Brake fluid reservoir
4. Windshield washer reservoir
5. Coolant reservoir - engine
6. Engine oil level dipstick
7. Engine compartment fuse box
8. Power steering reservoir
9. Coolant reservoir - high-voltage
battery
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WHEELS AND TIRES
Wheels and Tires
WHEELS AND TIRES
Using the Tire Repair Kit ........................................................................................................................68
Tire Pressures.............................................................................................................................................69
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) ......................................................................................69
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WHEELS AND TIRES
USING THE TIRE REPAIR KIT
Wheels and Tires
CAUTION: If possible, stop in a safe
place away from traffic. Always ask
passengers to wait in a safe area away
from traffic. Switch on the hazard warning
flashers to alert other road users, then
follow these steps.
5. Ensure the compressor is standing
upright with the pressure gauge facing
up
1. If possible, position the wheel with
puncture at the bottom
6. Turn on the compressor to inject
sealant and air into the tire
2. Release the clear plastic hose from
around the base of the tire compressor
taking care to ensure the sealant
canister remains in place
3. Detach the 12V power supply connector
and plug into one of the vehicle’s
accessory power supply sockets
4. Thread the end of the hose onto the tire
valve
Note: The pressure gauge will initially
show a high pressure while the
compressor pushes the sealant into tire.
Once the sealant has completely
dispersed into the tire, the pressure will
quickly drop and start to rise again as
the tire inflates with air only.
7. Monitor the tire pressure gauge and
inflate the tire to the recommended tire
pressure
8. Turn off the compressor and remove
the hose from the tire valve
9. Wipe of any excess sealant from the tire
valve and wheel rim
10. If the wheel rim has lifted from the
ground, drive immediately for five miles
(8 km) to distribute the sealant around
the tire. Do not exceed 25 mph
(40 km/h)
WARNING: If the required pressure
cannot be reached after
approximately 25 minutes, or the wheel rim
has not risen from the ground, then the tire
is too severely damaged for a safe repair.
Call Karma Automotive Roadside
Assistance to have the vehicle transported.
Do not drive!
11. Check the tire pressure once again and
inflate as required, using the black hose
located in the bottom of the compressor
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WHEELS AND TIRES
pressures. If it is necessary to check the
tires when they are warm, you should
expect the pressures to have increased. Do
not let air out of warm tires in an attempt
to match the recommended cold tire
pressures.
The following procedure should be used to
check and adjust tire pressures:
1. Remove the cap from the valve, then
2.
12. Apply the warning label supplied with
3.
the tire repair kit to a prominent area in
the vehicle to remind you not to exceed
55 mph (90 km/h) until the tire has
been professionally repaired or
replaced
13. Dispose of the used sealant canister
and sealant/air hose assembly at a
local Karma Automotive Retailer
14. Replace the tire sealant canister and
sealant/air hose assembly.
4.
5.
TIRE PRESSURES
C H E C K I N G T I R E P R E S S U R ES
6.
firmly press the tire gauge onto the
valve and measure the pressure
If the tire pressure is too low, add air to
reach the required pressure
Check the pressure by removing the tire
gauge and then reattaching it. Failure
to remove and reattach the gauge to
the valve could cause the gauge to
show an incorrect reading
If the tire pressure is too high, remove
the gauge and allow air out of the tire
by pressing the center of the valve.
Reattach the gauge to the valve and
check the pressure
Repeat the process adding or removing
air as required until the correct tire
pressure is reached
Reinstall the valve cap
WARNING: Pressure checks should
only be carried out when the tires are
cold and the vehicle has been stationary
for more than three hours. A hot tire at or
below recommended cold inflation
pressure is dangerously under-inflated.
TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING
SYSTEM (TPMS)
WARNING: If the vehicle has been
parked in direct sunlight or used in
high ambient temperatures, do not reduce
the tire pressures. Move the vehicle into the
shade and allow the tires to cool before
checking.
When the malfunction indicator is
illuminated, the system may not be able to
detect or signal low tire pressure as
intended. TPMS malfunctions may occur
for a variety of reasons, including the
installation of replacement or alternate
tires or wheels on the vehicle that prevent
the TPMS from functioning properly.
WARNING: Do not exceed the
maximum pressure stated on the
sidewall of the tire. Over-inflation could
cause the tire to fail suddenly.
Check the pressures when the tires are
cold. Air pressure increases in warm tires,
and it only takes one mile of driving to
warm the tires sufficiently to affect the tire
The TPMS malfunction indicator is provided
by a separate telltale, which displays the
symbol “TPMS” when illuminated.
Always check the TPMS malfunction telltale
after replacing one or more tires or wheels
on your vehicle to ensure that the
replacement or alternate tires and wheels
allow the TPMS to continue to function
properly.
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WHEELS AND TIRES
The telltale icon will flash for
one minute if there is a system
malfunction, then will illuminate
continuously until the
malfunction is corrected.
The touch panel will display each sensor,
showing its corresponding wheel
temperature and pressure values.
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CHARGING AND FUELING THE VEHICLE
Charging and Fueling the Vehicle
CHARGING AND FUELING THE VEHICLE
Charging the Vehicle ............................................................................................................................... 72
Safety Precautions ...................................................................................................................................74
Fuel Filler .......................................................................................................................................................74
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CHARGING AND FUELING THE VEHICLE
CHARGING THE VEHICLE
Charging and Fueling the Vehicle
WARNING: Improper use of portable
electric vehicle charge cords may
cause a fire, electrical shock, or burns, and
may result in damage to property, serious
injury, or death.
WARNING: Do not use extension
cords, multi-outlet power strips,
splitters, grounding adapters, surge
protectors, or similar devices.
WARNING: Do not use an electrical
outlet that is worn or damaged, or
will not hold the plug firmly in place.
DC fast charging provides an approximate
range of 40 miles in 30 minutes or less.
1. Position the vehicle so that the charging
cord can easily reach the charging port
on the vehicle
2. Select Park [P] from the drive selection
button, then press the Start/Stop
button to turn the vehicle off
Note: If the cord is connected, the
vehicle will automatically switch to
Park [P]
3. Open the charging port cover
WARNING: Do not use an electrical
outlet that is not properly grounded.
WARNING: Do not use an electrical
outlet that is on a circuit with other
electrical loads.
The high-voltage battery can be charged
through the electrical grid. When charging
from the electrical grid, there are three
levels:
Level 1: Charging is the most common. Most
vehicles come with a travel charger. This
charger eliminates the need for a charging
station to be installed at the vehicle
owner’s home. One end of a Level 1 charger
is a standard 120V AC three-prong
household plug. The other end is a
standard J1772 high-voltage vehicle
charge connector and provides two to five
miles of range per hour of charge.
Level 2: Charging utilizes a standard 240V
AC high-voltage vehicle charge connector
and is more commonly found in residential,
professionally-installed charging stations,
commercial charging, public parking, and
places of employment. Level 2 charging
can provide between 10 to 20 miles of
range per hour of charge. Level 2 can
charge at 3.3 kW or 6.6 kW. This depends
on wall outlet capabilities.
DC fast charging: Refers to 480V input
that is converted to directly charge the
high-voltage battery with DC. This utilizes a
J1772 Combined Charging System (CCS).
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4. Locate a wall outlet (Standard US 120V,
16A)
5. Insert charge plug into wall outlet
6. Insert charge coupler into the charging
port
Note: Please refer to the charge cord
instructions, or charger manufacturers
instructions, for proper operation of
your charger.
Note: During charging or in high
ambient temperatures, the cooling fans
and coolant pumps may automatically
switch on for a period of time to cool the
cells in the battery. The fans and pumps
may be audible when in operation. This
is normal and not a cause for concern.
7. While charging, the instrument panel
displays charging status
CHARGING AND FUELING THE VEHICLE
If after plugging in the charger, you see one
of these images on the instrument panel,
follow the description below image.
Charging
8. While charging you will see a blue
instrument panel with time to complete
charge, percentage of charge, and
stored power
Conntected
The “Connected” screen is shown when the
charger is plugged in but not charging and
there are no errors present.
This can show up when the state of charge
is above 97% and you plug in the charger
(charging does not begin until the SOC has
reached 95%) or if you plug in at a charging
station but charging has not started yet
(awaiting payment info, etc).
Fully Charged
9. When the vehicle is fully charged, the
instrument panel will be solid green
Charging not functional
This screen indicates that the charging
source is not functional. Check the charger
to see if it is powered, inspect the cable and
connector that they are not damaged.
10. Press the button on the charge
connector to release the locking clip,
then remove the connector from the
charging port
Note: If you try to put the vehicle into
Ready Mode with the charge cord
attached, the charge indicator on the
instrument panel will flash to remind
you to disconnect the charge cord.
Charging problem
This screen informs you that your vehicle
has detected a problem with the vehicle
and that you should consult your Karma
Automotive Retailer.
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CHARGING AND FUELING THE VEHICLE
11. Close the charging port cover
WARNING: If the charge cord is
severed, frayed, or damaged,
contact your Karma Automotive Retailer.
WARNING: Use the appropriate plug
for the outlet. All of the ground pins
should be in normal operating condition.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING: Gasoline vapors are
highly flammable, have a low flash
point, and are explosive, especially in
confined spaces. Avoid exposing the vapor
to any potential sources of ignition as the
resulting fire and explosion may cause
serious injuries and/or death.
WARNING: Never fill the vehicle’s
fuel tank while the vehicle is charging
or connected to a charging station. An
accidental spark could cause an explosion
or fire resulting in serious injury and/or
death.
WARNING: Switch off the engine
when refueling, as it is both a source
of extreme temperatures and electrical
sparks. Failure to do so may cause a fire or
explosion.
After refueling the vehicle, regardless of
drive mode selected, the engine will be
forced to carry out maintenance on the
Evaporative Emissions System. The engine
must run near idle for approximately five
minutes. The duration of the required
engine run time will be based on the
environmental conditions and the amount
of fuel added. The hotter the weather, and
the more fuel added to the tank, the longer
the Evaporative Emissions System
maintenance will take.
This will not occur if the HV battery is fully
charged. The electric range has to drop
sufficiently (about 45 miles) for the
generator to start and perform the
maintenance. The generator may also
start for routine maintenance during a
normal drive cycle.
FUEL FILLER
The fuel filler is located on the righthand side of the vehicle. An arrow
on the fuel gauge also indicates
which side of the vehicle the fuel
filler is located on.
WARNING: During refueling, switch
off any personal electronic devices
such as mobile phones or music players.
They have the potential to trigger an
explosion or a fire.
WARNING: Do not smoke, use an
open flame, or cause sparks while
refueling. The resulting fire and/or
explosion may cause serious injury and/or
death.
WARNING: Only use containers
specifically designed for carrying
fuel, and always remove them from the
vehicle to fill them. Failure to do so may
result in spillage and cause a fire.
WARNING: Do not overfill the fuel
tank. Overfilling may cause spillage
when the vehicle is driven. Spillage may
also occur if the fuel expands in high
ambient temperatures.
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To refuel your Revero, it must first be
stationary in Park [P], powered off, and
unlocked. Then press the fuel filler cover
release button. This is located on the
driver's side dashboard closing panel.
The fuel filler cover will gently spring open.
Twist the fuel filler cap counter clockwise to
release.
CHARGING AND FUELING THE VEHICLE
The fuel tank pressure will need to equalize
with atmosphere, allow up to 60 seconds
for the fuel filler cover to open from the
time the fuel filler cover release button is
initially pressed.
A strap secures the fuel filler cap to the
vehicle to prevent loss. A holder is provided
on the door to store the cap while refueling.
When replacing the fuel filler cap,
tighten it until it clicks three times.
Failure to do so may cause the
“check gas cap” as well as the “check
engine” indicator icons to illuminate as a
result of increased evaporative emission
levels.
If this happens, ensure the fuel cap is
unobstructed and tightened properly
(three clicks) and the fuel door is latched.
The generator must run to enable the total
range to update.
If for some reason, the vehicle is refueled
and has a full charge, the generator will not
engage. The vehicle will run in STEALTH
Mode until the battery has lost sufficient
charge to allow the generator energy to
flow to it.
The fuel gauge will display 100% full, until
the generator runs and recalculates.
In a partial refuel event, the display will
show a complete fill until the generator is
commanded on, or when the conditions are
correct and the generator engages.
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Index
A
Accessory Sockets
Accessory Power Outlets ...................................................................................................................... 34
Front 12V Power Outlet ......................................................................................................................... 34
Rear Accessory Power Outlets........................................................................................................... 34
USB Connections ...................................................................................................................................... 34
B
Brakes
Applying the Parking Brake..................................................................................................................39
Parking Brake .............................................................................................................................................39
Releasing the Parking Brake................................................................................................................39
C
Charging the Vehicle
Charging the Vehicle ............................................................................................................................... 72
Climate Control
Air Conditioning .........................................................................................................................................59
Air Distribution ...........................................................................................................................................60
Air Recirculation ........................................................................................................................................60
Auto Climate Control ..............................................................................................................................58
Blower Speed/Temperature Control...............................................................................................58
Cabin Air Filter ............................................................................................................................................61
Dual Zone Temperature ........................................................................................................................59
Fresh Air .......................................................................................................................................................60
Heating..........................................................................................................................................................60
Off....................................................................................................................................................................60
Rear Window Defroster..........................................................................................................................61
SYNC Climate Control.............................................................................................................................59
Using the System ......................................................................................................................................58
Ventilation.....................................................................................................................................................61
Windshield Defroster ...............................................................................................................................61
Cruise Control ......................................................................................................................................................38
Canceling Cruise Control .......................................................................................................................38
Changing the Cruising Speed ..............................................................................................................39
Engaging Cruise Control........................................................................................................................38
Resuming Cruise Control.......................................................................................................................38
D
Drivers Assistance
Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) .............................................................................. 43
Lane Departure Sensitivity................................................................................................................... 43
Lane Departure Warning (LDW) ....................................................................................................... 43
Index-1
E
Electronic Stability Control
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) ......................................................................................................39
Turning Off ESC.........................................................................................................................................39
Engine Compartment
Engine Compartment Overview.........................................................................................................65
Exterior
Exterior Lighting ........................................................................................................................................40
Exterior Lighting
Hazard Warning Flashers ......................................................................................................................41
High Beam Headlamps ..........................................................................................................................40
Low Beam Headlamps ...........................................................................................................................40
Rear Fog Lamps ........................................................................................................................................40
Turn Signals.................................................................................................................................................40
F
Fuel Filling
Fuel Filler ...................................................................................................................................................... 74
Safety Precautions................................................................................................................................... 74
G
Garage Door Opener
Entry Gate/Canadian Programming................................................................................................33
HomeLink® Transmitter.........................................................................................................................32
Information and Assistance .................................................................................................................33
Programming a Device...........................................................................................................................32
Programming Rolling Code Device Equipment............................................................................33
Reprogramming a Single Button .......................................................................................................33
H
Hood
Closing the Hood .......................................................................................................................................64
Opening and Closing the Hood ...........................................................................................................64
Opening the Hood.....................................................................................................................................64
I
Instrument Panel
Indicator Icons .............................................................................................................................................21
Instrument Panel Canadian Specification .....................................................................................20
Instrument Panel USA Specification .................................................................................................19
Warning and Information Messages................................................................................................23
Interior
Glove Compartment .................................................................................................................................13
Interior Overview .......................................................................................................................................18
Master Lock and Unlock Switch ............................................................................................................ 11
Opening the Trunk .....................................................................................................................................13
Index-2
Trunk Interior Release Handle ............................................................................................................. 13
Unlocking the Vehicle From Inside the Vehicle............................................................................... 11
Introduction
Symbols Glossary ........................................................................................................................................8
Using This Quick Reference Guide........................................................................................................8
K
Key Fob
Opening the Trunk..................................................................................................................................... 13
Using the Key Fob ...................................................................................................................................... 10
L
Lane Departure Warning................................................................................................................................ 43
Locking and Unlocking the Vehicle
Automatic Locking...................................................................................................................................... 11
Child Safety Locks ..................................................................................................................................... 12
Emergency Access .................................................................................................................................... 12
Emergency Unlocking............................................................................................................................... 12
From Inside the Vehicle............................................................................................................................ 11
From Outside the Vehicle........................................................................................................................ 11
Manual Door Opening.............................................................................................................................. 13
Master Lock and Unlock Switch............................................................................................................ 11
Opening the Doors ..................................................................................................................................... 11
Opening the Trunk..................................................................................................................................... 13
Trunk Interior Release Handle ............................................................................................................. 13
Using the Key Fob ...................................................................................................................................... 10
M
Mirrors
Exterior Mirrors..........................................................................................................................................30
Folding Side Mirrors.................................................................................................................................30
P
Parking Aids
Park Distance Control (PDC)................................................................................................................ 42
Rear View Camera................................................................................................................................... 42
Power Windows
Power Windows ......................................................................................................................................... 31
Rear Window Inhibit ................................................................................................................................. 31
Window Initialization ................................................................................................................................ 31
Q
Quick Reference Guide
Notes .................................................................................................................................................................8
Index-3
S
Safety
Child Safety Locks......................................................................................................................................12
Seat Belts
Adjusting the Height of the Front Shoulder Belt .........................................................................28
Fastening the Seat Belt .........................................................................................................................28
Releasing the Belt.....................................................................................................................................28
Wearing the Seat Belt ............................................................................................................................28
Seats and Steering Column
Driver’s Seat Memory ............................................................................................................................. 27
Driver’s Seat Memory Setting Procedure ...................................................................................... 27
Driver’s Seat Programmable Memory............................................................................................. 27
Front Seat Heaters .................................................................................................................................. 27
Power Seats ................................................................................................................................................26
Rear Seat Heaters.................................................................................................................................... 27
Seat Heaters............................................................................................................................................... 27
Steering Column Position ......................................................................................................................30
Starting and Driving
Accessory Mode ........................................................................................................................................36
Drive Modes................................................................................................................................................. 37
Ready Mode ................................................................................................................................................36
Regenerative Braking ............................................................................................................................. 37
Selecting a Mode (PRND) ......................................................................................................................36
Starting the Vehicle .................................................................................................................................36
Stealth, Sustain and Sport Modes..................................................................................................... 37
Turning Off the Vehicle...........................................................................................................................36
Symbols Glossary ................................................................................................................................................. 8
T
Tire Care
Checking Tire Pressures .........................................................................................................................69
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) ................................................................................................69
Tire Repair Kit
Using the Tire Repair Kit........................................................................................................................ 68
Touch Panel
Answering Calls .........................................................................................................................................55
Audio ..............................................................................................................................................................49
Audio Settings ............................................................................................................................................49
Audio Volume Control.............................................................................................................................49
Bluetooth ......................................................................................................................................................53
Call in Progress ..........................................................................................................................................54
Changing Stations ....................................................................................................................................50
Climate Control ..........................................................................................................................................55
Defrosters .................................................................................................................................................... 57
Fan Speed....................................................................................................................................................56
Favorite Destination Entry....................................................................................................................52
Favorite Navigation .................................................................................................................................48
Favorite Phone...........................................................................................................................................48
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FavoriteAudio............................................................................................................................................. 47
FavoriteMy Karma....................................................................................................................................48
Favorites....................................................................................................................................................... 47
Favorites Access ....................................................................................................................................... 47
Keypad Dialer ............................................................................................................................................. 54
Manual Destination Entry .....................................................................................................................52
MiniBar .......................................................................................................................................................... 55
MiniBar Volume Control......................................................................................................................... 57
Navigation..................................................................................................................................................... 51
Navigation Screen....................................................................................................................................52
Overview.......................................................................................................................................................46
Pairing a Phone ......................................................................................................................................... 53
Phone ............................................................................................................................................................. 53
Recent Destinations/POI Entry ..........................................................................................................52
Select a Source..........................................................................................................................................50
Temperature...............................................................................................................................................56
Ventilation....................................................................................................................................................56
V
Valet
Activating Valet Mode ............................................................................................................................. 15
Creating a PIN for valet Mode ............................................................................................................. 14
De-Activating Valet Mode ..................................................................................................................... 15
Glove Compartment................................................................................................................................. 13
Valet Mode ................................................................................................................................................... 14
Wrong PIN Entered................................................................................................................................... 15
W
Wipers and Washers
Automatic Wiper....................................................................................................................................... 42
Intermittent Wipe ...................................................................................................................................... 41
Windshield Washer.................................................................................................................................. 42
Wipers and Washers ............................................................................................................................... 41
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