BMW 5 Series: Open trunk lid with no-touch activation - Comfort Access - Opening and closing - Controls - BMW 5 Series Owners ManualsBMW 5 Series: Open trunk lid with no-touch activation

With Comfort Access, the trunk lid can be opened with no-touch activation using the remote control you are carrying.

A sensor detects a directed foot motion in the center of the area at the rear of the car and the trunk lid opens.

During opening, the trunk lid pivots back and up.

Ensure that adequate clearance is available before opening.

With the foot motion, make sure there is Do not touch vehicle
With the foot motion, make sure there is steady stance and do not touch the vehicle; otherwise, there is a danger of injury, e. g. from hot exhaust system parts.◀

1. Position in the center behind the vehicle.
2. Move foot in the direction of travel underneath the bumper and immediately back.

Open trunk lid with no-touch activation
Open trunk lid with no-touch activation

The trunk lid opens, regardless of whether it was previously locked or unlocked.

    Comparison with ordinary remote control
    The functions can be controlled by pressing the buttons of the remote control or Comfort Access. Unlocking Fully grasp a door handle, arrow 1. This corresponds to pressing the button. Lockin ...

    Malfunction
    Comfort Access may not function properly if it experiences interference from external sources such as mobile phones, metal objects, overhead power lines, transmission towers, etc. In this case, ...

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