Using the Heads-Up Display
Honda’s Heads-Up Display (HUD) is an excellent tool that gives the driver information, while keeping their eyes on the road! The HUD project itself on the windshield, right above the steering wheel. On this display, it can show the vehicle’s speed, a tachometer, driver alerts, and a gear position indicator. The HUD also works with other Honda technology to keep the driver from getting distracted. It can give turn-by-turn GPS directions, give details about incoming calls, and display traffic signs from the Traffic Sign Recognition System.
How to Use the Heads-Up Display:
- To turn the HUD on or off, press the “HUD” button to the left of the steering wheel.
- To change the display position, press and hold the up or down arrows beside the “HUD” button, to the left of the steering wheel.
- To change what information is displayed, press the “HUD” button on the steering wheel.
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