Instruction book AUDI A6 Versión year 2014
Audi MMI  Controls  Multi-function steering wheel  Navigating
Applies to Audi A6s: with multi-function steering wheel and navigation system
Important: A destination or tour plan must have been entered Link, the route guidance function must have been started Link, and the navigation display tab must be open Link.
-1- Total distance to destination/next stopover
-2- Display of motorway, major road or street before an upcoming turn-off
-3- Distance to turn-off
-4- Lane recommendation
-5- Name of motorway, major road or street you are driving on or about to turn into
-6- Additional information (on-board computer)
-7- Estimated time of arrival
-8- If an arrow is displayed, a bar graph will also appear. The fewer bars are displayed, the shorter the distance to the turn-off point.
-9- Arrow indicating direction of upcoming turn-off
-10- Current Audi A6 position
The following functions are available when route guidance is active:
  • To have the last navigation cue repeated: Press the button.
  • To adjust the volume of the navigation cues: Scroll the right thumbwheel up/down while a navigation cue is being played.
  • To select street display/map display: Press the button and confirm Street view or Map.
If route guidance has not been started, a compass or a map is shown in the navigation display tab.
WARNING!
The route calculated by the navigation system is a recommendation of how best to reach a destination. Pay attention to traffic lights, no-stopping signs, lane change restrictions, one-way streets, etc.
Note
An exclamation mark "!" in front of the street name indicates that the navigation data of the MMI system do not contain all the information on this street or street section. Pay attention to traffic rules such as one-way streets or pedestrian zones.

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