2020 Defender

ENABLING ALL TERRAIN PROGRESS CONTROL (ATPC)

WARNING

Make sure the relevant safety warnings have been read and understood before using All Terrain Progress Control (ATPC). See ALL TERRAIN PROGRESS CONTROL (ATPC) SAFETY.

ATPC can be enabled when the vehicle is stationary or moving. When enabled, the system defaults to descent control mode. See DESCENT CONTROL MODE.

The ATPC button is located on the front control panel. The ATPC button also controls operation of the Hill Descent Control (HDC) system. See HILL DESCENT CONTROL (HDC).

The button operates as follows:

  • A first press of the button enables the HDC system.

  • A second press of the button disables the HDC system and enables ATPC.

  • A third press of the button disables ATPC.

The instrument panel displays an information lamp, a speed gauge, and a message to confirm that ATPC has been enabled.

The instrument panel also displays a message prompting the driver to select a set speed for the vehicle.

To enter descent control mode, see DESCENT CONTROL MODE.

To enter full function mode, see FULL FUNCTION MODE.

ATPC remains enabled for 6 hours after the vehicle's ignition has been switched off.