Instruments and controls

1. Audio and telematic system steering mounted controls.

1. Audio and telematic system steering mounted controls.
2. Steering lock and ignition.
3. Wiper / screenwash / trip computer control stalk.
4. Instrument panel.
5. Driver's airbag.

Horn.

6. Gear lever.
7. Parking brake lever.
8. Panoramic sunroof blind control.
9. Heated seat control.
10. Door mirror controls.

Electric window controls.

11. Passenger's airbag deactivation switch.
12. Manual headlamp height adjustment.

Stop & Start button.

13. Side adjustable air vent.
14. Front side window demisting vent.
15. Speaker (tweeter).
16. Windscreen demisting vent.

1. Steering wheel adjustment control.

1. Steering wheel adjustment control.
2. Cruise control / speed limiter switches.
3. Lighting and direction indicators control stalk.
4. Central adjustable air vents.
5. Multifunction screen.
6. Sunshine sensor.
7. Passenger's airbag.
8. Glove box / Audio/video sockets / Fusebox.
9. Bonnet release lever.
10. Storage compartment or control panel navigator associated with Peugeot Connect Media Naviagtion (NG4 3D).
11. 12 V accessory socket.
12. Front ashtray.
13. Heating / air conditioning controls.
14. Open storage.
15. Audio and telematics system.
16. Emergency call button.

Alarm button.

Central locking button.

Hazard warning lamps button.

Dynamic stability control (ESP/ASR) button.

Parking sensors button.

PEUGEOT services button.

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