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User profiles

Many of the settings made in the car can be saved in a personal user profile.

When first used, or after a factory reset, the Owner profile is pre-installed and active in the car.

The Owner profile has administrator privileges and cannot be deleted.

Tap on PS2- 2007- Driver Profile Symbol or the initials at the top of the centre display to access profiles.

If a profile is active, the profile's initials are shown at the top of the centre display. A PS2- 2007- Driver Profile Symbol symbol is shown instead when the system is logged out.

When logged out, the system can be used as a guest user. In which case, the functionality is limited, and data are not saved between driving cycles.

Profile types

A user profile can have two roles: administrator or user. The roles have different rights for what can be done in the profile. A profile with a user role can change to an administrator role. Up to 6 profiles can be stored in the car, and all can have administrator profiles.

Automatic profile selection

It is possible to link your key to a profile. In this way, the profile is selected automatically with all its settings every time the specific key is identified during unlocking or opening the driver door.

The last used profile is activated if a key is not linked to a specific profile.

General information on settings

Changes to the car's settings are saved in different ways depending on the category the settings belong to. The settings can be personal, global or adapted to a drive cycle.

Personal preferences

Personal settings are saved to an active profile.

There are two types of personal settings:
  • Function settings – settings that apply to driver support, driver's side climate control, the driver's seat, the door mirrors, as well as interior and exterior lighting. These settings retain their values when a profile is added or when logging out from an active profile.
  • Audio and media settings – settings that apply to, navigation, audio and media system, apps, and linked accounts. These settings return to standard settings when a profile is added or when logging out from an active profile.

Global settings

The global settings are not changed when the profile is changed. They remain the same regardless of which profile is active. Examples of global settings are passenger side climate control, memory function for passenger seat, and some system settings.

Drive cycle defaults

A number of settings return to their defaults1 after a drive cycle.

It is possible to adjust the values of these settings while driving. In the next drive cycle, the settings will return to their standard value.

  1. 1 Defaults may vary depending on market.