2017 Range Rover Evoque

SYSTEM DIFFICULTIES

CAUTION

Incorrect use of a terrain response driving program impairs the vehicle's response to the current terrain. The vehicle's suspension and transmission systems may also be damaged.

If a terrain response driving program fault is detected, the instrument panel displays a warning message. The general driving program is automatically selected and the relevant LED indicator lamp illuminates. In this event, the remaining terrain response driving programs become unavailable for selection. If the fault is temporary and normal operation resumes, the instrument panel displays a reactivation message. In this event, the general driving program remains enabled, but normal operation allows selection of the required terrain response driving program. If the fault is permanent, the instrument panel displays a warning message if a terrain response driving program selection is attempted. In this event, consult a retailer/authorised repairer.

The following list of events may cause the currently selected terrain response driving program's LED indicator lamp to flash amber:

  • Inappropriate selection of a terrain response driving program.

  • Operation of the Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) system.

  • Continued heavy demand of the steering system.

In these events, the instrument panel also displays further information. If appropriate action is not taken within 60 seconds, the warnings cease and the instrument panel displays the currently active terrain response driving program.