The on-board computer provides you with useful information during a journey, including average and current fuel consumption, average speed, fuel range and driving time.
Fig. 17 On-board computer: Fuel range
Fig. 18 On-board computer: Average fuel consumption
The following items of information are processed by the on-board computer and can be shown one after the other on the display in the instrument cluster.
The estimated fuel range is displayed in km. It shows how far the vehicle can be driven with the amount of fuel left in the tank, assuming the same style of driving. The fuel range is displayed in increments of 10 km.
The fuel range is calculated on the basis of the fuel consumption over the last 30 kilometres. The fuel range will increase accordingly if you drive in a more economical manner.
Average fuel consumption
This mode displays the average fuel consumption since the memory was last cancelled in litres/100 km. If required, you can use this display to adjust your driving style to achieve the desired fuel consumption.
Current fuel consumption
The display shows the current fuel consumption in litres/100 km. If required, you can use this display to adjust your driving style to achieve the desired fuel consumption.
The computer calculates the fuel consumption every 30 metres. The display switches to l/h (litres per hour) when the vehicle is stationary.
This mode shows the average speed driven since the memory was last cancelled (in km/h).
This display shows the period of time which has elapsed since the memory was last cancelled.
This display shows the distance you have covered since the memory was last cancelled.
• The displays for fuel consumption (average and current consumption), fuel range and speed are shown in metric units. You can change the measurement units on the MMI display.
• The information in the memory is cancelled if the battery is disconnected.