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Audi A5 -  GUIDE Owner`s manual
Getting to know your
A5 S5 RS 5
Quick Questions & Answers
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Welcome
Your new A5 is equipped with many features designed to accentuate
your driving experience and create an environment that is refined,
elegant and supremely functional. This guide will assist you in better
understanding some of the features of your A5 and provide you with
the knowledge needed to enjoy your new Audi to its fullest.
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Table of Contents
MMI® Controls
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BLUETOOTH® Pairing
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Audi connect®
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Navigation
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Automatic Climate Control
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Windshield Wipers
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Cruise Control
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Clock Setting
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Brakes
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MMI® Controls
Audio & Navigation
The MMI® system consists of the MMI® display screen
and the MMI® control panel. This panel is composed of a
control knob with joystick, control buttons and function
buttons.
Pressing one of the six function buttons such as RADIO
or NAV displays that features options in each corner of
the MMI® screen.
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The four control buttons surrounding the control knob
correspond to the four corners of the MMI® display.
Selecting the desired button will access sub menus.
While operating the menus and functions, you can return
to a previous screen by pressing the BACK
button.
To make a selection or confirm a request, simply turn the
control knob and press the center of the joystick to select.
To move to a specific location within the Navigation Map or
control the main menu of a DVD, move the joystick
located on top of the control knob.
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MMI® Controls
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Volume/Track Advance Button
Tipping the knob right or left allows you to move through
audio tracks and radio stations. Pressing will mute audio when in
Radio mode and pause when playing media. Holding the button
down will turn the system off.
Media Function Button
• Access available media from connected sources
• BLUETOOTH® Audio, SD card, DVD, Jukebox, and
Audi Media Interface (AMI).
• The iPod AMI cable comes standard with MMI®
Navigation plus.
• The AMI connection can be found in your glove box.
Steering Wheel Controls
In addition to the MMI®
control panel, you can use
the multifunction steering
wheel controls to display
specific MMI® features
in the Driver Information
System.
Simply press the MODE
button until you reach your
desired function, including
Radio functions.
The thumbwheel can be used to
scroll through the options. Press it
to make a selection. Steering wheel
controls allow you to select Phone
functions.
The
button is used to activate
Voice Recognition. The volume
thumbwheel is used to adjust the
volume, pressing it will mute audio
or pause media.
Pressing the NAV button* will repeat
the last Navigation announcement
when navigation is active.
* Available with optional MMI® navigation only.
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MMI® Controls
MMI® Controls
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Setting Station Presets
You can set any mix of up to 50 Presets from FM, AM or Sirius options.
1. Press the RADIO function button
multiple times to toggle between FM,
AM or SIRIUS.
2. Tune to the desired station using the
control knob and pressing to select.
3. Press and hold the center control knob
until the Presets screen shows the
Preset list.
To access your Presets:
• Press the RADIO function button
then the Presets control button.
• Use the MMI® control knob to scroll
through your Presets.
• Press the center button of the control
knob to select a Preset.
4. Scroll to the numbered list position
where you want to save your selection.
5. Press the center control knob again;
the station is saved to this position.
• Using Voice Recognition, press
after the beep, say “Presets”.
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NOTE: Occasionally, tall buildings and tunnels may interrupt the satellite signal. For more information, please refer to the SiriusXM® brochure in your glove box.
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MMI® Controls
BLUETOOTH® Pairing: MMI®
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Initial Setup
BLUETOOTH® pairing is a one-time procedure. Once paired via BLUETOOTH®, your phone will
automatically connect when you start your vehicle and your phone’s contacts automatically
synchronize, allowing you to retrieve contacts and make and receive calls through the
infotainment system. For more information regarding phone compatibility visit audiusa.com/bluetooth.
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To pair a phone:
1. Switch ignition to accessories mode.
2. Activate your phone’s BLUETOOTH® function
and set to Pairing or Search mode.
3. Select Audi MMI® when it
appears on the phone’s
screen.
NOTE: See your phone’s owner manual for specific BLUETOOTH® activation instructions.
Vehicle should be stationary with the parking brake engaged while performing this operation.
4. Use the MMI® control knob
to select Yes.
5. Confirm the six-digit PIN
displayed matches the PIN
displayed on your phone,
and select Yes.
6. Select Pair on your phone
to complete the pairing
process.
7. • Contacts synchronizing.
• BLUETOOTH® active and
network strength bars.
NOTE: Once paired, the BLUETOOTH® symbol appears in the MMI® screen along with network strength bars, and it will be displayed whenever a paired phone is connected to the infotainment system.
Important Safety Instructions and Warnings which you must read, are listed on the last panel under BLUETOOTH® Pairing.
BLUETOOTH®
Pairing
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Voice Recognition*: MMI®
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Call By Name
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3. To confirm the request, say “Yes”. The number
will be dialed.
1. Press the
button.
A beep will sound.
2. Say, “Call” <Name from directory>
(e.g., “Call John Smith”).
NOTE: If multiple numbers are stored for a given contact, the system will ask
which number you wish to dial. When calling by name using voice recognition,
you must say the name as it is stored in your phone book.
Natural Language Commands
You may also speak natural language commands using the
button.
Once your requested function is active, you can continue
with commands for that mode.
Verbal destination commands can be given while in any screen.
Your Audi MMI® Navigation system has many Global Voice
Recognition commands available. This means that you can access
any function or while another function or mode is active.
Commands such as:
•
•
•
•
Enter Number
Enter Destination
Presets
Media
• Redial
• Online Destination
• FM, AM
You can begin your request from any screen.
For example:
•
•
•
•
Enter Number
Dial
Repeat
Correction
To cancel Voice Recognition while active, say “Cancel” after
the beep or press the
button until system responds
with cancelled.
Refer to your owner’s manual for further commands.
*Available in Coupe models only.
Important Safety Instructions and Warnings which you must read, are listed on the last panel under Voice Recognition.
BLUETOOTH®
Pairing
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BLUETOOTH® Pairing:
Audi concert radio
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Initial Setup
BLUETOOTH® pairing is a one-time procedure. Once paired via BLUETOOTH®,
your phone will automatically connect when you start your vehicle and your
phone’s contacts automatically synchronize, allowing you to retrieve
contacts and make and receive calls through the infotainment system.
For more information regarding phone compatibility visit audiusa.com/bluetooth.
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To pair a phone:
1. Switch ignition to accessories mode and turn on the Audi concert radio.
2. Activate your phone’s BLUETOOTH® function and set to Pairing or Search mode.
3. Select Audi UHV when it
appears on the phone’s
screen.
4. Enter default PIN 1-2-3-4
and press Pair.
5. The phone is now paired
and your contacts will be
synchronized.
NOTE: See your phone’s owner manual for
specific BLUETOOTH® activation instructions.
Important Safety Instructions and Warnings which you must read, are listed on the last panel under BLUETOOTH® Pairing.
BLUETOOTH®
Pairing
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Voice Recognition*:
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Name Tag Creation
A name tag is required to operate the voice recognition system.
To create a name tag:
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1. Press the
button.
2. After the beep, say “Store Name”.
*Available in Coupe models only.
3. When prompted say the
<name>. A second
prompt will ask you to
repeat the <name>,
(e.g. John Smith).
NOTE: To confirm or play back the saved voice tags, press the
4. The system will ask for the
phone number. Speak the
<numbers>, (e.g., 8-0-0,
5-5-5-, 1-2-3-4.)
5. If incorrect, say “Back” to
remove the last set of
numbers.
6. If correct, say “Store
Number”, and the system
will confirm that <name>
is saved.
3. When prompted,
say the <name>.
4. After name confirmation,
say “Dial”, and the
number will be dialed.
button. After the beep, say “Play Phone Book”.
Call by name
1. Press the
button.
2. Say “Select Name”.
Important Safety Instructions and Warnings which you must read, are listed on the last panel under Voice Recognition.
BLUETOOTH®
Pairing
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Audi connect®
Initial Setup
Audi connect® can provide you with Google Earth™, Google Voice™
Local Search, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Online Services (fuel prices, weather
information, travel information, news feeds) and myAudi
Destinations.
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Audi connect®
Configuration:
1. Ensure SIM card (provided by dealer)
is present in the SIM slot.
2. Press the TEL function button.
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3. Press the Settings control button.
Vehicle should be stationary with the parking brake engaged while performing this operation.
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Audi connect®
Audi connect®
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Wi-Fi Configuration
4. Select Wi-Fi settings.
5. Then select Wi-Fi active
and choose Visible.
6. Select a password that is at least eight characters long.
The default password can be used. Or a new password can
be entered.
NOTE: Most devices use Encryption type WPA2 as the default.
Data Configuration
7. Select Apply settings to
save your password.
8. On your device, search for
Wi-Fi networks, select SSID
and enter your password to
establish a connection.
9. Press the Back button,
scroll to Data connection
and select.
10. Select Without request.
Press the back button to
exit.
NOTE: You may connect up to eight wireless
devices at one time.
Always pay careful attention to the road, and do not drive while distracted. The features and technologies discussed are optional, may require an additional subscription with separate terms and conditions, and should be used only
when it is safe and appropriate. The Wi-Fi hotspot feature is intended for passenger use only.
Audi connect® services are only available where there is mobile network coverage. You can obtain more information from your current service provider.
Important Safety Instructions and Warnings which you must read, are listed on the last panel under Audi connect®.
Audi connect®
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Audi Navigation
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Setting a Destination
Your MMI® Navigation system has extraordinary capabilities
to enhance your drive with user-definable views, routing
selections and more. Get started with setting destinations
and discover more as you become familiar with the interface.
To set a destination:
1. Press the NAV function button.
2. Select the Destination control button.
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3. Select Address from the
Navigation Menu.
4. Select City/Zip code field
and enter information.
5. Continue by entering the
Street and House number.
6. When complete, select
Start route guidance.
Please drive safely. Enter destinations while vehicle is stationary away from traffic. Always pay careful attention to the road, and do not drive while distracted.
Important Safety Instructions and Warnings which you must read, are listed on the last panel under Navigation & Infotainment.
Navigation
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Setting a Destination (Voice Recognition)*
To set a Destination with voice commands:
1. Press the
Button.
2. Say “Enter Address.”(Other commands are available on screen.)
See Owner’s Manual for complete list of commands.
3. After the beep, speak the address; for example “2024 Main St, Los Angeles, California.”
(Speak street number as single digits.) The system will respond with repeating the address for confirmation.
4. System will respond, “The list is being loaded,” it will repeat the address, and then ask if
you would like to start route guidance; after the beep say, “Yes” and guidance will begin.
NOTE: The MMI® will display the most frequently used voice commands while waiting for your response. When pressing the NAV button, the last navigation announcement will be repeated.
*Available in Coupe models only.
Google Voice™ Local Search (Online Destinations)*:
1. Press the
button.
2. Say “Online Destinations” followed
by a keyword such as “Coffee Shop”,
(e.g., bookstore, museum, pizza, etc.)
3. Make your selection from the list
displayed by speaking the line
number, (for example 1, 2, 3, or 4).
The system will confirm your selection.
4. Say “Start route guidance” to start
the navigation to your destination.
The system will respond with “retrieving
requested information” and display a list.
Cellular connectivity is dependent on available cellular signal.
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*Google Voice™ Local Search requires Audi connect®, and may require an additional subscription with separate terms and conditions.
The features and technologies discussed are optional, and should be used only when it is safe and appropriate.
Navigation
Important Safety Instructions and Warnings which you must read,
are listed on the last panel under Voice Recognition.
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Automatic Climate Control
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Synchronize Zones
AUTO Setting
The AUTO setting of your Climate Control System maintains
the cabin temperature to your selected temperature by regulating
the temperature, fan speed and airflow. Once activated, there is
no need to alter the settings. When AUTO is selected, AC will
come on automatically to condition the air.
Press and hold the driver’s side temperature
control knob to synchronize both sides to the
same temperature and airflow.
NOTE: AC is used to dehumidify the air.
Dual Temperature Settings
Temperature and airflow can be operated independently for each
side of the cabin using the temperature control knobs. AUTO will
maintain separate temperatures for the driver and front passenger.
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Important Safety Instructions and Warnings which you must read, are listed on the last panel under Automatic Climate Control.
Automatic
Climate Control
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Fan Speed
Fan speed is the same for both zones. Fan speed can
be adjusted by first pressing the
button and then
adjusting the fan speed with either the driver or
passenger control knob.
Recirculation
The recirculation function
prevents outside air
and odors from entering the cabin. It may also be used
in conjunction with AC to cool the cabin more quickly.
Airflow
The airflow selector
directs air to the floor,
panel or defrost vents, or a combination.
MMI® Display
Your climate control adjustments such as Temperature, Fan speed and Airflow can be seen on your display for convenience.
Temperature
Fan speed
Airflow directions
NOTE: Temperature display only shown with MMI® Navigation system. The ideal fan speed to heat or cool your interior will be displayed with a
on the fan speed level.
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Automatic
Climate Control
Windshield Wipers
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Wash
Pull the stalk toward you to spray washer fluid.
Rain Sensing Wipers
To activate rain-sensing wipers:
1. From the “OFF” position, move the wiper stalk up one click.
2. The rain sensor will automatically turn the wipers on when it begins
to rain, adjusting wipe frequency with rainfall intensity.
3. The lever on the top of the stalk controls the sensitivity.
Move it left for less sensitivity and right for more sensitivity.
NOTE: Turn off the wipers before going through a car wash.
Continuous Wipe
• “LOW”: From the “OFF” position, move the wiper stalk
up two clicks.
• “HIGH”: From the “OFF” position, move the wiper stalk
up three clicks.
Single/Quick Wipes
• Single/quick wipe: From the “OFF” position,
press the wiper stalk down once briefly.
NOTE: For faster wiping, press the wiper stalk down once and hold for two seconds.
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Important Safety Instructions and Warnings which you must read, are listed on the last panel under Windshield Wipers.
Windshield
Wipers
Cruise Control
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To activate, pull the control stalk toward you.
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Set Cruising Speed
At your desired speed, press the SET button
at the end of the stalk. The set speed and the
illuminated CRUISE icon are shown in the
Driver Information Display.
Changing Speed
Cancel/Resume
There are three ways to change your speed:
To cancel and resume cruise control:
1. Accelerate or decelerate, then press
SET again.
1. Press the brake pedal or push the stalk
slightly away from you.
2. To increase/decrease speed in 1 mph
increments, tap the stalk up or down.
2. The
3. Hold the stalk up or down to
increase/decrease speed in 5 mph
increments; release when desired
speed is reached.
CRUISE light will go off.
3. To resume, pull the stalk towards you;
you will return to your set speed.
Your most recently set speed appears as a
small icon in the Driver Information Display.
It remains in memory until you turn your
Audi off.
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Important Safety Instructions and Warnings which you must read, are listed on the last panel under cruise control.
Cruise Control
Clock Setting: MMI®
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To set time with GPS:
To manually adjust the time:
1. Press the MENU function button.
1. Rotate the control knob to Manual and select.
2. Press the Time control button.
2. Turn the knob until you reach Time; select to activate.
3. Using the control knob, scroll to Time source.
3. Turn the knob to the desired hour and press set.
4. Make sure the Time source is set to GPS.
4. The minute display is now highlighted; repeat the selection process.
5. Ensure your time zone is accurate for your location.
5. Save the time by pressing the control knob.
NOTE: Turn on Daylight Savings time to allow the clock to change automatically.
Clock Setting:
Audi Concert Radio
To adjust the time:
1. Press the SETUP function button.
2. Press the Time/Date control button to enter the Time Setup menu.
3. Rotate the control knob to time, select to highlight the hour.
4. Turn the knob to the desired hour and press to set.
5. The minute display is now highlighted; repeat the selection process.
6. Save the time by pressing the control knob.
Vehicle should be stationary with the parking brake engaged before performing these operations.
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Brakes
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S5® only
Brake Noise
The majority of today’s vehicles use semi-metallic brake pads, which offer
excellent performance. Because of the metal-to-metal contact involving
semi-metallic pads, the sounds generated by the brake system under
normal operation can be greater than the sounds produced by vehicles
equipped with previous-generation brake pads. Depending on the local
environment, weather conditions and individual driving patterns, sounds
from the braking system may be more or less apparent.
Frequent, aggressive brake application increases the wear of brake
components and can reduce the potential for brake noise. Frequent, light
brake application allows glazing to develop on the brake surface, which
increases the potential for brake noise.
Brake Dust
Brake dust is a result of friction created by brake pads
and discs during braking. As brake pads and discs
make contact during braking, they wear down, which
causes dust particles to be expelled. This is a normal
characteristic of all brake systems and is not an indicator
of a defect.
Important Safety Instructions and Warnings which you must read, are listed on the last panel under Brakes.
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Brakes
Important Safety Instructions and Warnings
Automatic Climate Control
and possibly in tunnels, garages and subways, phone
• Reduced visibility is dangerous and can cause accidents.
conversations may be interrupted, and it may be impossible
Audi connect®
• For safe driving it is very important that all windows be
to make phone calls, even emergency calls!
• Only use Audi connect® services when road and traffic
free of ice, snow and condensation.
• In some countries, emergency calls may only be supported
conditions permit. Using these services could increase the
• Completely familiarize yourself with the proper use
when the mobile phone is connected to a mobile phone
risk of an accident. Some Audi connect® services are only
and function of the heating and ventilation system and
package which has a SIM card that is “not blocked” and/or
available when the vehicle is stationary to reduce the risk of
especially how to defog and defrost the windows.
has sufficient credit on it.
distracting the driver.
• Never use the windshield wiper/washer system in freezing
• Unmounted or improperly mounted mobile phones can fly
• To reduce the risk of a collision, use the Audi connect®
weather until you have warmed the windshield first, using
around in the event of a sudden driving or braking maneuver
services with a Wi-Fi hotspot in the rear seat only if the
the heating and ventilation system. The washer solution
or a collision. This may cause injury.
vehicle is in motion or only when the vehicle is stationary.
may freeze on the windshield and reduce visibility.
• Never place or mount a mobile phone on doors, on
• As the driver, do not allow usage of the Wi-Fi hotspots to
• Do not use the recirculation for extended periods of time.
the windshield or on or near the area on the steering
distract you from driving, as it could increase the risk of an
The windows could fog up since no fresh air can enter the
wheel marked “AIRBAG,” the instrument panel, the seat
accident.
vehicle. If the windows fog up, press the air recirculation
backrests or the areas between these points and the driver/
• It is only safe to use laptops and similar mobile devices
button again immediately to switch off the air recirculation
passengers. Mobile phones can lead to serious injuries in
when the vehicle is stationary because, like all loose objects,
function or select defrost.
cases of collisions, especially when the airbags are inflated.
they could be thrown around the inside of the vehicle in a
• Always switch off your mobile telephone at gas
crash and cause serious injuries. Store these types of devices
BLUETOOTH® Pairing
stations or wherever there is a fire or explosion hazard.
securely while driving.
• Collisions and injuries can occur if the driver is distracted.
Electromagnetic radiation can cause sparks which can start
• Do not use any Wi-Fi devices in the front seats within
Speaking on or using a phone while driving can distract the
fires.
range of the airbags. Read and follow the safety precautions
driver from traffic.
• The mobile phone will automatically connect to the
in the separate vehicle owner’s manual in the “Airbag
• Select the volume settings so that the acoustic signals
mobile network when the Bluetooth connection to the
System” chapter under “Important information about the
from the outside are still audible (e.g., the sirens of
mobile phone package is disconnected.
front airbag system”.
emergency rescue vehicles.) Observe legal regulations.
• Using a radio device in the vehicle without a connection
• In areas with no or poor mobile network coverage
to an external antenna might exceed electromagnetic
radiation thresholds. This also applies if the external
Other road users must not be put at risk - you may cause an
reducing the effectiveness of the entire brake system.
antenna is not installed properly.
accident!
• Failure of one brake circuit will impair the braking
• Keep a distance of at least eight inches between the
• Before descending a steep grade, reduce speed and shift
capability resulting in an increased stopping distance. Avoid
antennas of the mobile phone and a pacemaker, since
transmission into a lower gear or lower driving range. Do not
driving the vehicle and have it towed to the nearest Audi
mobile phones can affect the functionality of a pacemaker.
ride the brakes or hold the pedal down too long or too often.
dealer or qualified workshop.
• Do not carry a mobile phone on standby mode in the
This could cause the brakes to get hot and diminish braking
• Never let the vehicle roll to a stop with the engine shut off.
breast pocket directly on top of a pacemaker.
efficiency.
• If the brake booster is not working, the brake pedal must
• If interference is suspected, immediately switch off the
• Do not “ride the brakes” by resting your foot on the
be pressed considerably harder to make up for the lack of
mobile phone.
pedal when you do not intend to brake. This may cause the
booster assistance.
• Always keep the armrest closed while driving. The center
brakes to overheat, premature wear and increased stopping
armrest can interfere with the driver’s elbow movement and
distance.
Cruise Control
thus cause collisions and severe injuries.
• Under certain climatic and operating conditions such as
• Always pay attention to the traffic around you when the
passing through water, driving in heavy rain or after washing
cruise control is in operation. You are always responsible for
Brakes
the vehicle, the effectiveness of the brakes can be reduced.
your speed and the distance between your vehicle and other
• Do not press the accelerator pedal inadvertently if
In winter, ice can accumulate on the brake pads, linings,
vehicles.
the vehicle is stationary and the engine is running and a
discs and drums. Carefully apply brakes for a test. Brakes
• For reasons of safety, cruise control should not be used in
gear is selected. Otherwise the vehicle will start to move
will dry and ice coatings will be cleaned off after a few
the city, in stop-and-go traffic, on twisting roads and when
immediately and could result in a crash.
careful brake applications.
road conditions are poor (such as ice, fog, gravel, heavy rain
• New brake pads don’t have the best stopping power and
• Driving for an extended period of time on salt covered
and hydroplaning) - risk of accident.
must be “broken-in” during the initial 100 to 150 miles
roads without using your brakes can also affect braking
• Turn off the cruise control temporarily when entering turn
(150 to 200 kilometers) of normal city driving. You can
efficiency. Clean off accumulated salt coating from brake
lanes, highway exit lanes or in construction zones.
compensate for this by pressing the brake pedal more firmly.
discs and pads with a few careful brake applications.
• Please note that inadvertently “resting” your foot on the
This also applies later when new pads are installed.
• If you damage the front spoiler, or if you install a different
accelerator pedal causes the cruise control not to brake. This
• You should perform braking maneuvers for the purpose
spoiler, be sure the airflow to the front brakes is not
is because the cruise control is overridden by the driver’s
of cleaning the brake system only if road conditions permit.
obstructed. Otherwise the brake system could overheat
acceleration.
• If a brake system malfunction such as overheating occurs
• Always follow the safety precautions when using the Audi
• Please devote your full attention to driving. As the driver,
when the cruise control system is switched on, the braking
connect® services when using the wireless hotspot.
you have complete responsibility for safety in traffic. Only
function in the system may be switched off. The other cruise
• Obey all applicable laws regarding use of telephones in
use the functions in such a way that you always maintain
control functions remain active as long as the indicator light
vehicles.
complete control over your vehicle in all traffic situations.
is on.
• Medical experts warn that cell phones can interfere with the
• You should only return to the saved speed if it is not too fast
function of pacemakers. Always maintain a minimum distance
Windshield Wipers
for the current traffic conditions - risk of an accident!
of 20 centimeters between the cell phone antenna and the
• Wiper blades are crucial for safe driving! Only when they are
pacemaker.
in good condition are they able to clear the windows properly
Navigation & Infotainment
• Do not carry the cell phone in a pocket directly over the
to provide uncompromised visibility. Worn or damaged wiper
• The demands of traffic require your full attention.
pacemaker when the phone is switched on.
blades are a safety hazard.
• Obey all traffic laws when driving.
• Switch the cell phone off immediately if you suspect it may
• The rain sensor is only designed to assist and support
• The route calculated by the navigation system is a
be interfering with the pacemaker.
the driver. It remains entirely the driver’s responsibility to
recommendation for reaching your destination. Obey traffic
• Do not use voice recognition system in emergencies because
monitor outside weather conditions and to manually activate
lights, stopping restrictions, one-way streets, lane change
your voice may change in stressful situations. It may take
the wipers as soon as rain or drizzle reduces visibility through
restrictions, etc.
longer to dial the number or the system may not be able to
the windshield.
dial it at all. Dial the emergency number manually.
• Dirty windshield wiper blades can impair your view. This can
Voice Recognition
• Switch your cell phone off in areas at risk for an explosion.
lead to accidents.
• Driving requires your complete and undivided attention.
These locations are not always clearly marked. They may
• For your safety, you should replace the wiper blades once or
As the driver, you have complete responsibility for safety in
include gas stations, equipment that stores or transports
twice a year. See your authorized Audi dealer for replacement
traffic. Only use the MMI® system when traffic conditions
fuel or chemicals, or locations where fuel vapors (such as
blades.
permit and always in a way that allows you to maintain
propane or gasoline vapor in vehicles or buildings), chemicals
complete control over your vehicle.
or large quantities of dust particles (such as flour, sawdust or
• Adjust the volume of the audio system so signals from
metal) may be present in the air. This also applies to all other
outside the vehicle such as police and fire sirens can be heard
locations where you would normally switch your vehicle off.
easily at all times.
• Pay attention to the traffic reports when making a call.
Notes
Notes
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