Audi Q3 Owners & Service Manuals

Audi Q3: Instrument cluster overview

Instrument cluster overview
Fig. 2 Audi virtual cockpit plus overview

Instrument cluster overview
Fig. 3 Digital instrument cluster or Audi virtual cockpit overview

Depending on the vehicle equipment, the following items may appear in the instrument cluster:

  1. Display
    • Engine coolant temperature
  2. Left dial
    • Tachometer
  3. Tab area
  4. Central area
  5. Status line (one or two lines)
  6. Right dial
    • Convenience display
  7. Fuel level
  8. Right additional display with speedometer
  9. Left additional display with:
    • Selector lever position
    • Audi drive select mode

WARNING

If there is a serious system malfunction, the display may turn off. The indicator light may also turn on. Stop the vehicle safely. See an authorized Audi dealer or authorized Audi Service Facility for assistance.

Tips

  • The following pages primarily show illustrations of the Audi virtual cockpit plus. The display or location of the items that are shown may vary on the different versions of the instrument cluster.
  • You can select the units used for temperature, speed, and other measurements.
  • Speeds are displayed in mph (miles per hour) or km/h (kilometers per hour).

Operating

Operating
Fig. 4 Driver information system display

Operating
Fig. 5 Left side of multifunction steering wheel

Information is organized within various tabs 1 in the instrument cluster. The tab contents are displayed in the central area 2.

Requirement: the ignition must be switched on.

Selecting a tab

  • Press the button 3 repeatedly until the desired tab is selected.

Returning to functions at higher levels

  • Press the button 5.

Opening and closing the menu

  • Press the button 6.

Selecting and confirming a function

Requirement: a menu or list must be displayed.

  • To select a function, turn the left thumbwheel 7 to the desired function:
  • To confirm a selection, press the left thumbwheel 7.

Switching the view

  • Press the VIEW butt 4.

The following tabs may be available, depending on vehicle equipment:

Operating

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