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Hi.

So took delivery of a (MY15) UK 64 plate RRS Autobiography. Very happy!

Have read through the manual and just cant seem to see about a few things that i would like to know.
You guys seem to know everything there is so thought i would ask away.

1: Is there away of having anymore options in the instrument panel showing while driving? I have the heads up display (going to take some getting use to, prob won't use it) But i would like to have the speed showing in the instrument panel in digits.

My SQ5 have it and it was a really nice touch, I'm sure the RRS should have it as its in the Heads up display, i just don't really like it there. I cant seem to find away of having anything in the instrument panel showing apart from the current mode of the head unit EG: If I'm listening to to the radio it says which channel etc. or what ever source is selected.

(I know you can select the trip settings that are below to show millage etc) i would love to have the digital speed showing,



2: Sat nav: When its on it only shows up in the instrument panel when a new turn is due soon and then when you make that turn it disappears from the instrument panel again, i find this annoying and cant see how to have it there in the instrument panel while an active route is on. Yes its on the head unit but why not the instrument panel?


3: Is it me or does the whole instrument panel randomly light up really brightly, and when it does if you try and turn it down with the silly little wheel all cars have for the internal brightness it does not doing anything.. I have only noticed it while the sat nav is active. and i think when I'm at a standby like traffic lights etc.. Is this some kind of warning??

I love the car but these little niggles are slightly annoying!
 

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3: The instrument panel is light sensitive. So if you're near a traffic light or bright street lights and the vehicle detects extra light at night, it gets confused and brightens the dash.
 
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