WARNING
  Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control, crash and injury. We strongly recommend that you use extreme caution when using any device that may take your focus off the road. Your primary responsibility is the safe operation of your vehicle. We recommend against the use of any handheld device while driving and encourage the use of voice-operated systems when possible. Make sure you are aware of all applicable local laws that may affect the use of electronic devices while driving.

Various systems on your vehicle can be controlled using the information display controls on the steering wheel. Corresponding information is displayed in the information display.
Left-hand Information Display Controls
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  • Press the up and down arrow buttons to scroll through and highlight the options within a menu.
  • Press the right arrow button to enter a sub-menu.
  • Press the left arrow button to exit a menu.
  • Press and hold the left arrow button at any time to return to the main menu display (escape button).
  • Press the OK button to choose and confirm settings or messages.
Main menu
From the main menu bar on the left side of the information display, you can choose from the following categories:
Scroll up or down to highlight one of the categories, and then press the right arrow key or OK to enter into that category. Press the left arrow key as needed to exit back to the main menu.
Display/Trip
  Use the up or down arrow buttons to choose between the following display options.
Note:  The cluster will remember the menu level 2 state when you change the key state from the RUN to the OFF position.

Display/Trip 
Menu level 2   Menu level 3   Menu level 4   Menu level 5  
Engage  (Split Power + Avg Fuel Economy + Battery Gauge + Fuel Gauge)  Help  —  — 
Empower  (Power (with engine on/off threshold) + Avg Fuel Economy + Battery Gauge + Fuel Gauge)  Help  —  — 
MyView  (MyView + Battery Gauge + Fuel Gauge)  Change MyView  Vehicle Range  Vehicle Range 
    Average Fuel  Average Fuel 
    Split Power  Instantaneous Fuel 
    Power + Threshold  Coolant Temp 
    Tach rpm x 1000 + Avg Fuel  Accessory Power 
    Accessory Power  Trip 1 
    Trip 1  Trip 2 
    Trip 2  Fuel History 
    Fuel History  Coach 
    Coach  Blank 
    Blank  — 
  Help  —  — 
Energy Use (Energi only)   Auto EV  (EV range + energy use gauge + climate power gauge + battery gauge + fuel gauge)  EV Now  (EV range + energy use gauge with budget cup + climate power gauge + engine enable + battery gauge + fuel gauge)  EV Later  (EV range + energy use gauge + climate power gauge + battery gauge + fuel gauge)  Help  —  — 
Trip 1 & 2: Trip Data + Battery Gauge + Fuel Gauge  Help  —  — 

Engage
Engage provides separate gauges for engine power and high voltage battery power in kilowatts (kW). The engine power gauge fill is white and the high voltage battery power gauge fill is blue. You can also see an instantaneous fuel economy gauge. When your vehicle is operating on battery power only, you will see EV displayed and the gauges will appear in blue.
Empower
Empower provides a power demand gauge in kilowatts (kW) which includes an engine on or off threshold.
  • When your vehicle is operating with battery power only (below the threshold), you will see EV displayed and the gauge fill is blue.
  • When your vehicle is operating with both the engine and the high voltage battery providing power, the gauge fill is white.
  • When power demand surpasses the amber indicator, this level of demand and associated fuel economy displays in amber.
  • When the engine is on, reducing power demand to less than the threshold will allow the engine to turn off.
You can also see an instantaneous fuel economy gauge.
Note:  You can reset your average fuel economy by pressing and holding the OK button on the left hand steering wheel controls.
MyView
You can choose what to display in this view. Selecting Change MyView in the options menu allows you to scroll through two columns of content choices.
  • Press the up or down arrow to view content.
  • Press OK to save your selected content.
  • You must select content in both columns before you can save your new MyView.
Unique content available in MyView:
  • Vehicle Range (Energi vehicles only) – Indicates the estimated distance your vehicle will travel with the energy currently onboard. Separately displays range available in Hybrid Mode fueled by gasoline, electric range available in Plug-in Power Mode, and total range. Total range is also shown on the bottom of the right information display. Changes in driving pattern and climate control use will cause the values to vary.
  • Accessory Power— Indicates electrical power demands from your vehicle’s accessory systems. Accessories use power but do not contribute to propelling your vehicle. The gauge separately displays power demand in kilowatts (kW) for climate and other accessories. Climate includes the power being used by high voltage climate control components such as the electric A/C compressor and the electric heater (Energi vehicles only). Other includes all power being used by the low voltage accessories (cabin fans, headlights, heated seats, etc.).
  • Coolant Temp – Indicates engine coolant temperature. At normal operating temperature, the level indicator will be white and will be in the normal range (between H and C). If the engine coolant temperature exceeds the normal range, the level indicator will change to red to indicate that the engine is overheating. Stop your vehicle as soon as safely possible, turn your vehicle off and let the engine cool.
  • Tach rpm x 1000 — When the gasoline engine is running, the tachometer gauge displays the engine speed in revolutions per minute (RPM). When your vehicle is operating on battery power only with the engine off, EV displays and the tachometer is greyed out.
Note:  The trip data, and average fuel economy cannot be reset in MyView.
Energy Use (Energi only)
Energy Use provides an estimated available electric range, a energy use gauge and a climate power gauge in addition to fuel level and battery display. When you select EV Now operation this screen will automatically be shown. You can press OK to enable the engine when viewing this screen during EV Now operation. See  Hybrid Electric Vehicle
Electric Range:
Electric range is the estimated distance you can travel in Plug-in Power Mode with the engine off. This is based on the amount of energy available in the high voltage battery and your average energy usage while driving.
The amount of energy in the battery refers to the energy gained from charging the battery while plugged in.
Energy usage is affected by:
  • Mild or aggressive acceleration or braking.
  • Your vehicle speed.
  • Your use of accessories such as climate control.
  • The ambient temperature and other weather conditions.
  • City or highway driving.
  • Road grades.
Note:  It is normal for your electric range estimate to vary from charge to charge due to changes in average energy usage.
Energy Use Gauge:
Your current energy use is the white line that moves up and down in the gauge. A higher line means you are using more energy (lower is better). Your energy use includes input from the accelerator pedal as well as the accessories, such as climate control.
When operating in EV Now a blue cup shape is shown around the gauge. This represents the maximum energy usage you can maintain in order to achieve the estimated electric range when EV Now mode began. Keep your current energy use mostly within the cup while driving and you should achieve your electric range estimate.
Climate Power Gauge:
Indicates high voltage electrical power demand from your vehicle’s high voltage climate control components including the electric A/C compressor and the electric heater. These components use power but do not contribute to propelling your vehicle.
Trip 1 & 2
Provides trip odometer, trip average fuel economy and trip timer.
Distance traveled on battery power only with the engine off is shown in blue next to total trip distance.
For Energi vehicles total plug-in electricity used in kilowatt hours (kWh) is shown in blue next to trip average fuel economy.
Information
  In this mode, you can view different vehicle system information and perform a system check.

Information 
Warnings  Tutorial  Displays a number of different system tutorials. Use the up or down arrows to scroll through the tutorials. Then press OK to view.  
Driver Alert  Displays the associated driver alert graphic. 
MyKey  MyKeys (Number of MyKeys programmed) 
MyKey Miles (km) (Distance traveled using a programmed MyKey) 
Admin Keys (Number of admin keys) 
System Check  All active warnings will display first if applicable. The system check menu may appear different based upon equipment options and current vehicle status. Use the up or down arrow buttons to scroll through the list. 

Settings
  In this mode, you can configure different driver setting choices.
Note:  Some items are optional and may not appear.
Note:  Some MyKey items will only appear if a MyKey is set.

Settings 
Menu level 2   Menu level 3   Menu level 4   Menu level 5   Menu level 6  
Driver Assist  Traction Ctrl  On or Off  — 
Blindspot  On or Off  — 
Cross Traffic  On or Off  — 
Cruise Control  Adaptive or Normal  — 
ECO Cruise*   On or Off  — 
Driver Alert  On or Off  — 
Hill Start Assist  On or Off  — 
Lane keeping Sys  Mode  Alert only, Aid only or Alert + Aid 
Intensity  High, Normal or Low 
  EV + Mode  On or Off  — 
Pre-Collision  Alert Sensitivity  High, Normal or Low 
  Front Park Aid  On or Off  — 
  Rear Park Aid  On or Off  — 
Vehicle  Auto Engine Off  On or Off  — 
Easy Entry / Exit  On or Off  — 
Lighting  Auto Highbeam  On or Off 
Autolamp Delay  Select time interval 
Daytime Lights  On or Off 
Locks  Autolock  On or Off 
Autounlock  On or Off 
Mislock  On or Off 
Remote Unlocking  All doors or Driver door 
  Oil Life Reset  Set to XXX % - Hold OK to Reset 
  Remote Start  Climate Control  Heater – A/C   Auto or Last Settings 
  Steering Wheel  Auto Heated or Off 
  Front Defrost  Auto or Off 
  Rear Defrost  Auto or Off 
  Driver Seat  Auto or Off 
  Passenger Seat  Auto or Off 
  Duration  5, 10 or 15 minutes 
  Quiet Start  On or Off 
  System  Enable or Disable 
  Switch Inhibit  On or Off 
  Tire Mobility Kit  Select number of years 
  Windows  Remote Open  On or Off 
  Remote Close  On or Off 
  Wipers  Courtesy Wipe  On or Off 
  Rain Sensing  On or Off 
MyKey  Create MyKey  Hold OK to Create MyKey 
911 Assist  Always On or User Selectable 
Advancetrac  Always On or User Selectable 
Max Speed  Choose desired speed or off 
Speed Minder  Choose desired speed or off 
Volume Limiter  On or Off 
Do Not Disturb  Always On or User Selectable 
Clear MyKeys  Hold OK to Clear All MyKeys 
Display  Language  Select the desired language - Hold OK to Set 
Units  Distance  Miles & GAL, l/100km or km/L 
Temperature  Fahrenheit (°F) or Celsius (°C) 
Brake Coach  On or Off 
Regen Active  On or Off 
Charge Assist  On or Off 
Driving History  Hold OK to Reset 

*Energi only.
Right-hand Information Display Controls
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  • Press the up and down arrow buttons to scroll through and highlight the options within a menu.
  • Press the right arrow button to enter a sub-menu.
  • Press the left arrow button to exit a menu.
  • Press the OK button to choose and confirm your selection.
Main menu
From the main menu bar on the right side of the information display, you can choose from the following categories:
Entertainment
See General Information
Phone
See General Information
Navigation or Compass
See General Information
Climate
See General Information
Fuel Economy
Use the up or down arrow buttons to choose between the following display options.
Note:  The information display will remember the menu level 2 state when you change the individual key state from the RUN to the OFF position.

Fuel Economy 
Menu level 2   Menu level 3   Menu level 4   Menu level 5  
Efficiency Leaves  Help  —  — 
Fuel History  (Instantaneous Fuel Economy + Fuel Economy History + Avg Fuel Economy)  Duration  5, 10 or 30 minutes  — 
Help  —  — 
Coach  Help  —  — 

Efficiency Leaves
Efficiency leaves indicate short term driving efficiency measured over the last few minutes. The more leaves and vines that appear on the display, the better your fuel economy. Leaves and vines will occasionally appear and disappear to indicate a change in your driving efficiency.
Fuel History
From left to right this view includes an instantaneous fuel economy gauge, historical fuel economy data and average fuel economy. The historical data represents an average over time intervals of either 1, 2 or 6 minutes, with the leftmost interval being the most recent. Shown at the bottom of the view is the total time duration for the 5 intervals. You can select total duration in the options menu. Intervals shown in grey color are from the previous drive. The blue horizontal line represents the average fuel economy value shown to the right.
Note:  Hold OK to reset fuel history and average fuel economy.
Coach
This view provides a comparison of your recent acceleration, braking and cruising behavior, then recommends the most efficient use of energy under present conditions. The horizontal bars fill from left to right with best behavior and appear blue when at least half full. When the bars are less than half full, the color is amber, suggesting that you need a change in your driving behavior to achieve better energy efficiency.
Note:  Fuel Economy will be impacted by your use of brakes, accelerator and accessories, as well as environmental conditions such as hills and weather.
Note:  Fuel economy is not always a measure of appropriate driving behavior. For example, when driving uphill and maintaining an appropriate speed, your instant fuel economy may not be good (losing leaves) but the Coach may show a blue bar for Acceleration and Cruising.
Common Displays
Both Average fuel economy and an instantaneous fuel economy gauge are included in Engage, Empower and MyView (if selected) on the left-hand information display. They are also included in Fuel History on the right-hand information display.
Average Fuel Economy
Average Fuel Economy is continuously averaged since the last reset. You can reset your average fuel economy by pressing and holding the OK button on the corresponding steering wheel controls. For Energi vehicles both Hybrid and Plug-in Power mode operation will be included in the calculation.
Note:  Average fuel economy cannot be reset in MyView.
Instantaneous Fuel Economy
If your instantaneous fuel economy is greater than the maximum value displayed, a + sign will be shown next to the maximum scale number. When your vehicle is operating on battery power only, EV will display and the gauge fill will show in blue.