2017 Range Rover Evoque



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


Park assist must not be used if a temporary spare wheel is in use.


Park assist must not be used if a sensor is damaged, or the bumper is damaged sufficiently enough to affect a sensor mounting point.


Park assist must not be used if a sensor is obstructed by items attached to the vehicle, e.g., bumper covers, a bicycle rack, or stickers.


Park assist must not be used if the vehicle is being used to transport a load that extends beyond the vehicle’s perimeter.

For assistance when parking:

Select Parallel Parking or Perpendicular Parking.

As the vehicle is driven forward, the size of a potential parking space, on the side opposite the driver, is assessed. To search for a space on the driver’s side, signal a turn in that direction, using the turn signals.


For park assist to search effectively for a space, the park assist system must maintain a distance of 1.6 ft to 4.9 ft (0.5 m to 1.5 m). The distance of 1.6 ft to 4.9 ft (0.5 m to 1.5 m) is between the vehicle and the row of parked vehicles or obstacles.


The park assist auto-searching feature becomes active when the vehicle's speed is less than 18 mph (30 km/h). When park assist is selected, a space may already have been detected by the auto-searching feature. An appropriate message is displayed in the instrument panel.


Park assist may determine that other vehicles are too close, on either side, to perform a parking maneuver. A detected space can be rejected, even if it is large enough for the vehicle. The driver retains the option to switch park assist off and attempt the maneuver manually.

The park assist sensors assess the curb in a parking space so that the vehicle can be aligned against it. When the curb shape is irregular, or not detectable, vehicles either side of the parking space are used for aligning the vehicle. When there is a tall object alongside the curb, e.g., a post or bin, it will affect vehicle positioning. Resulting in the vehicle positioning being further away, or closer to the curb than normal. Occasionally, this may result in the curb being mounted.

When a suitable space is found, a short confirmation tone is given and a message is displayed in the instrument panel.

For assistance when exiting a parallel parking space:

The Parking Exit feature operates only when the vehicle has been parallel parked. Parking Exit does not maneuver the vehicle from a perpendicular parking space.


Do not perform a Parking Exit maneuver until the message DRIVE FORWARD WITH CARE is displayed in the instrument panel.

When the vehicle is parallel parked and the ignition is subsequently switched off, the park assist memory is cleared. When the ignition is switched on again, the turn signals must be operated to indicate an exit intention. The operated turn signals notify the park assist feature on which side the driver intends to leave the parking space.

Select Parking Exit.

For the Parking Exit feature to operate correctly, the vehicle must be parked in a space where other vehicles or objects are either:

  • Parked in front of the vehicle.

  • Parked in front and behind the vehicle.

All park assist features:

Although the vehicle takes control during the parking or exiting maneuver, the driver must maintain full control of the accelerator and brake pedals throughout. When the maneuver is not as expected, take control of the steering and make necessary adjustments.


When the vehicle’s speed exceeds 3 mph (5 km/h) during the maneuver, park assist displays an overspeed message until the vehicle's speed decreases to less than 3 mph (5 km/h). When the vehicle's speed exceeds 4 mph (7 km/h), park assist deactivates.

For all three park assist features, follow the instructions in the instrument panel until the parking or exiting maneuver is complete.

If a system fault is detected, a continuous tone sounds and a message is displayed in the instrument panel. Consult a retailer/authorized repairer.