2017 Range Rover Evoque



In the interest of safety, only operate or adjust the system when it is safe to do so.

The Head-Up Display (HUD) feature projects driver information onto the inside of the windshield.

The information displayed is, as follows:

  1. Current gear selected, or,

  2. Follow mode is active. See ENTERING FOLLOW MODE.

  3. Cruise control set speed.

  4. Cruise control or adaptive cruise control is active.

  5. Traffic sign recognition, identified speed limit. See TRAFFIC SIGN RECOGNITION.

  6. Current vehicle speed.

  7. Turn-by-turn navigation instructions.

Instrument panel warning lamps may also be displayed in the HUD. See WARNING LAMPS AND INDICATORS.

The HUD can be controlled from the Head-Up Display (HUD) option in the instrument panel menu. See INSTRUMENT PANEL MENU.

Once selected, the menu offers a number of options, including:

  • Switching the HUD on and off.

  • Selecting which information is displayed on the inside of the windshield.

  • The position of the display.

  • The brightness of the display.

Setting the correct HUD position is important. The correct position is dependent on a number of conditions, including the height of the driver and the seat position.


Before setting the position of the HUD, make sure that the driver's seat is correctly positioned. The HUD level should be set horizontally, within the driver's vision. See SITTING IN THE CORRECT POSITION.

To set the display position, select Position from the Head-Up Display (HUD) menu and follow the on-screen instructions. Preferences can be stored using the driver's seat memory store button (M). See DRIVING POSITION MEMORY.

The brightness of the display is set automatically to suit the ambient light conditions. Select Brightness from the Head-Up Display (HUD) menu to manually adjust the brightness of the display. Follow the on-screen instructions and then press OK on the steering wheel to confirm.

The HUD is linked to the trip computer Trip units settings. If the trip computer is set to imperial, the HUD is also set to imperial. If the trip computer is set to metric, the HUD is also set to metric. See IMPERIAL, METRIC, AND MIXED DISPLAY.


To make sure that the HUD always runs at its optimum temperature, it takes a longer time to display from start-up in extreme temperatures.


The full HUD image may not be visible while wearing polarised sunglasses.


Do not place anything over the HUD unit, which is positioned on the driver’s side between the top of the instrument panel and the windshield.

If cleaning is required, follow the cleaning instructions. See CLEANING SCREENS AND DISPLAYS.