2013-2014 Cayenne – Manual

2013-2014 Cayenne – Manual

Page: 169

Map view

Pressing the button opens the map view of the navigation system.
Your vehicle is shown in the map view as a triangular arrow. The arrowhead points in the direction of travel. The center of the vehicle is represented by the black dot at the center of the small triangle.
The recommended travel route, streets, rivers, railroad tracks, wooded areas, or lakes are displayed as colored lines or areas.
The detail depends on the map scale set.
When route guidance is active, either the expected time of arrival or the remaining trip time in hours as well as the distance to the destination is displayed at the bottom of the display.
You can switch back and forth between the two options by briefly touching the display. You can choose the content shown in the map view. To find out more, please refer to the section "Compiling map contents" on page 172.

You can also call up and operate the map view menu using symbols. To find out more, please refer to the section "Operating the map menu using symbols" on page 170.

Changing the scale of the map

The current scale is shown in the bottom right of the map in the map view.

  • Set the map scale you want by turning the right rotary knob .

A number of map views also display the two symbols and .

  • Change the map scale you want by touching the two symbols on the display.

Moving the map

You can move the map section shown on the display as you want. You have two options for doing this:

  • Briefly touch the display to move the map section so that the center point of the map is at the point you touched. - or -
  • Press and hold a point in the map view to move the map in the direction of this point. The map keeps moving until you remove your finger from the display.

Setting 3D display

If this function is activated, a three-dimensional map view is shown.

  1. Press the button.
  2. Call up the map view menu by pressing the right rotary knob .
  3. To activate ( ) or deactivate ( ) the function, select "Bird's-eye view".
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