BMW 5 Series: Display on the Control Display - Top View - Driving comfort - Controls - BMW 5 Series Owners ManualsBMW 5 Series: Display on the Control Display

Switching on the backup camera via iDrive

With Top View switched on:

The backup camera image is displayed. The setting "Rear view camera" The backup camera image is displayed. The setting is stored for the remote control currently in use.

Brightness

With Top View switched on:

1. 2. Turn the controller until the desired setting"Brightness"
2. Turn the controller until the desired setting is reached and press the controller.

Contrast

With Top View switched on:

1. 2. Turn the controller until the desired setting "Contrast"
2. Turn the controller until the desired setting is reached and press the controller.

Displaying the turning circle and pathway lines

▷ The static, red turning circle line shows the space needed to the side of the vehicle when the steering wheel is turned all the way.
▷ The variable, green pathway line assists you in assessing the amount of space actually needed to the side of the vehicle.

The pathway line is dependent on the current steering angle and is continuously adjusted with the steering wheel movement.

Turning circle and pathway lines are displayed. "Parking aid lines" Turning circle and pathway lines are displayed.

    Visual warning
    The approach of the vehicle to an object can be shown on the Control Display. When the distance to an object is small, a red bar is shown in front of the vehicle, as it is in the PDC display. ...

    Cameras
    The objectives of the Top View cameras are located at the bottom of the exterior mirror housings. The image quality may be impaired by dirt. Clean the lens ...

    See also:

    Switching between outside air and recirculated air modes
    Press . The mode switches between outside air mode (the indicator is off) and recirculated air mode (the indicator is on) each time the button is pressed. ...

    When the brakes get wet
    When driving in rain or after washing the vehicle, the brakes may get wet. As a result, brake stopping distance will be longer. To dry the brakes, drive the vehicle at a safe speed while lightly d ...

    Warning/indicator lights
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