2017 Range Rover Evoque



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

Navigation instruction is by map and turn information displayed on the touch screen and can be complemented by voice guidance, if required. The system uses signals from Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites, information from vehicle sensors, and from data stored on the SD card. The vehicle's position is established using this information.

Using this combination of data sources, the vehicle's navigation computer enables the driver to plan and follow a route map to the desired destination.

The touch screen is used to control navigation via menus, text screens, and map displays.


The navigation system fitted to the vehicle does not support speed camera alerts.

The requirements of national Road Traffic Regulations always apply.

Observation of traffic signs and local traffic regulations always take priority.

The navigation system serves solely as an aid to navigation. In particular, the navigation system cannot be used as an aid to orientation when visibility is poor.

GPS signals may occasionally be interrupted due to physical barriers, such as tunnels and roads, under raised highways.

However, direction and speed sensors on the vehicle minimize any adverse effect on the navigation system. Normal operation resumes once the obstruction has been passed.

Under certain conditions, it is possible for the vehicle's position shown on the screen to be incorrect. Incorrect display of the vehicle's position may happen when:

  • Driving on a spiral ramp in a building.

  • Driving on, or beneath, elevated roads.

  • Driving between tall buildings.

  • Two roads are close and parallel.

  • The vehicle has been transported to another destination.

  • The vehicle has been rotated on a turntable.

  • The vehicle's battery has been disconnected.