2017 Range Rover



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


Do not adjust the touch screen controls, or allow the system to distract the driver, while the vehicle is moving. Driver distraction can lead to accidents, causing serious injury or death.

To access the FRONT CLIMATE screen, select Climate from the HOME screen. See TOUCHSCREEN HOME MENU.

Alternatively, press the CLIMATE button located below the touch screen.

  1. Sync: Select to synchronize the front and rear passenger climate settings to the driver's settings.

  2. Air distribution to the front windshield: Touch to switch on or off.

  3. External temperature display.


    When the external temperature is low enough that ice may be present on the road, an amber snowflake warning lamp illuminates in the instrument panel. See EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE (AMBER).

  4. Air distribution to the face: Touch to switch on or off.

  5. Air distribution to the feet: Touch to switch on or off.

  6. Seat icon: Press to select the SEATS screen. See HEATED SEATS and CLIMATE SEATS.

  7. Power icon: Touch to switch the climate control system on or off.

  8. Down arrow: Select the down arrow, or swipe the screen upward to view the REAR CLIMATE menu. Select the up arrow, or swipe the screen downward, to return to the FRONT CLIMATE menu. See REAR CLIMATE CONTROL.

  9. Settings icon: Touch to access the SETTINGS pop-up menu and then select Climate Settings. See CLIMATE SETTINGS.

  10. AUTO mode: Press to switch fully automatic mode on. Dependent on the vehicle’s specification, the various options for AUTO mode can be set via the Climate Settings menu.


    AUTO mode is the recommended normal operating mode. The Air Conditioning (A/C) and heating and ventilation controls automatically provide an optimum environment at the selected temperature.

  11. CLIMATE: Press to access the FRONT CLIMATE screen.

  12. MAX A/C: Press to switch maximum A/C mode on or off.

  13. Press to switch between cabin temperature control and front seat temperature control. See HEATED SEATS and CLIMATE SEATS.

  14. Rotary controls: Rotate to adjust the cabin or seat temperature.

  15. A/C: Press to switch the Air Conditioning (A/C) system on or off. The A/C system can be switched on or off independently of the other climate control functions.

  16. Recirculation: Select to recirculate air inside the vehicle.

    Press briefly to select timed recirculation. Recirculation switches off automatically after a set time, dependent on the ambient temperature.

    Press and hold to select latched recirculation. Recirculation remains on until the button is pressed again.


    Prolonged use at low temperatures may cause the windows to mist.

  17. Blower speed control: Rotate to manually adjust the blower speed. To switch the climate control system off, rotate fully counter-clockwise, stop, and then rotate counter-clockwise again.


    The blower speed is automatically set in AUTO mode. Adjusting the blower speed cancels AUTO mode.

  18. Heated rear window: Press to switch on or off. If left on, it deactivates after a timed period, dependent on the outside temperature.


    Do not attach labels to the rear window. Do not scrape or use abrasive materials to clean the inside of the rear window.


    The heated windshield and rear window operate only when the engine is running.

  19. Heated windshield: Press to switch on or off. If left on, it deactivates after a timed period, dependent on the outside temperature.


    In cold ambient conditions, the heated windshield and rear window switch on automatically when the engine is started. This function can be switched on or off via Climate Settings. See CLIMATE SETTINGS

  20. Press to switch maximum defrost for the windshield on or off.


Some of the buttons have an LED indicator lamp that illuminates to confirm selection.


If the climate control system is switched off, pressing an AUTO button or the defrost button switches the climate control system on.


Water expelled by the A/C system may collect underneath the vehicle, when parked. The expelled water is not a cause for concern.