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Retractable Rear Wing
The rear wing improves driving stability at high speeds.
Depending on the vehicle speed the rear wing extends automatically at speeds above approx. 75 mph (120 km/h) and retracts again below approx. 50 mph (80 km/h).
If the automatic control system fails, the warning message "Spoiler failure" appears on the multi-function display.
Failure of the retractable
Display of the warning message "Spoiler failure" indicates failure of the retractable rear wing. Driving stability will be adversely affected by increased rear axle lift at higher speeds.
When the ignition is on, the rear wing can be extended and retracted manually using the button in the center console.
When the rear wing is in manual mode, the indicator light on the button lights up.
Extending the rear wing manually
Retracting the rear wing manually 0–9 mph (0–15 km/h):
Above 9 mph (15 km/h):
The rear wing is in automatic mode.
Extending and retracting the rear wing
When extending or retracting the rear wing manually when the vehicle is stationary, parts of the body can get trapped between the moving rear wing and fixed vehicle parts.
Risk of damage to rear wing.