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The Sport display
The Sport display is part of the Sport Chrono Package Plus that also includes a stopwatch and buttons for dynamic driving settings (Sport mode). The combination of the stopwatch and PCM allows lap data to be recorded and evaluated.
The time is recorded by the stopwatch operated using the CHRONO on-board computer menu in the instrument cluster.
Please also refer to the chapter in your owner's manual for more information on this.
The graphical display as well as the storage and evaluation of the recorded lap times and the associated lap lengths is performed by the PCM.
The following information can be recorded and displayed for each driven lap:
– The route
– The fastest lap time and in comparison the current lap time
– A comparison of the current lap and the fastest lap so far
– The portion of the lap already covered
– The distance or number of laps possible with the remaining fuel
The functions of the Sport display can be used for any route (e.g. trip to work), not just laps.
Any recorded lap/route can be defined as a reference lap. This then forms the comparison basis for further laps/routes and recorded times. Laps/ routes with lengths deviating from the reference lap by more than 15 percent (longer or shorter) are tagged in the evaluation.
As soon as the stopwatch in the CHRONO onboard computer menu is started, recording begins along with recording of the route, which is shown on the display
You can see the following in the display:
– A white line representing the reference lap
– A destination flag marking the start of recording
– A yellow line representing your current lap
– An orange-colored period representing the position of the vehicle on the route