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Clear all own POI categories

In the Navigation main menu, tap on function surface  → Manage memory →

Delete "My POIs".

Tap the function surface Delete and confirm the deletion.

In user profile “ŠKODA Connect Portal” created POI categories

Your own POI categories created in the user profile on the website “ŠKODA

Connect Portal” can be imported into the Infotainment memory.
The requirement for importing a POI category is that “Infotainment Online”

» page 14

 services are activated.

Import POI categories

In the Navigation main menu, tap on function surface  → Version information →

Update (online).

or: Tap the 



 sensor field and then the function surface  →  .

A menu for importing/updating the navigation data and POI categories is dis-

played.

Tap the functional surface  → POIs (online services) → Retrieve.

Are new POI categories available, their number and the file size is displayed on

the Infotainment.

Tap the function surface Startto start route guidance.

To complete the import, tap the function surface Next and confirm the im-

port.

Show POIs in the map

In the Navigation main menu, tap on function surface  → Map → Select catego-

ries for POIs → My points of interest (Personal POI).

Select the imported POI category.

Route guidance to a destination of imported POI category

Tip on the traffic obstruction icon in the map.

There are details of the selected target appears 

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,

Clear all own POI categories

In the Navigation main menu, tap on function surface  → Manage memory →

Delete "My POIs".

Tap the function surface Delete and confirm the deletion.

In user profile “ŠKODA Connect Portal” objectives created

The destinations you have created in the user profile on the website “ŠKODA

Connect Portal” or in the application “ŠKODA Connect” can be imported to the

Infotainment memory.
The requirement for importing the destinations is that “Infotainment Online”

» page 14

 services are activated.

import goals

In the Navigation main menu, tap on function surface  → Destinations →  →

 .

or: Tap the 



 sensor field and then the function surface  →  .

Tap on the function surface Update .

Are new targets available, then confirm the import.

If the user profile on the website “ŠKODA Connect Portal” or in the application

“ŠKODA Connect” creates an object and sent to the Infotainment, after

switching on the ignition in the Infotainment screen displays a message re-

garding a new destination with the option to import this displayed.

Guidance to an online destination

In the Navigation main menu, tap on function surface  → Destinations →  →

 .

In the list of online dests to visit and select the desired destination.

Delete Online destinations

to delete all Online destinations in the main menu navigation the function

surface  → Manage memory → Delete user data → Online destinations.

To delete one online destination, go to the navigation main menu and tap on

function surface  → Destinations →  →  →  → Edit → Delete.

Image with GPS coordinates

Fig. 237 

Image with GPS coordinates

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Infotainment enables guidance to the GPScoordinate data stored in the image.

Tap the 



 sensor field and then the function surface Images.

Select the connected source and open the image with GPS coordinates.

Tap on the function surface  

» Fig. 237

 Surface in the image, a menu opens

with the option to start route guidance.

The image can be obtained from an external device in which GPS coordinates

are stored during the imaging process. It is also possible to create and import

this in the application “MyDestination”

» Fig. 235

 on page 188.

Map

Map display options

Fig. 238 

Map options

In the Navigation main menu, tap on the functional surface  .

The following function surfaces are displayed 

» Fig. 238

.

2D - Two-dimensional map display
3D - Three-dimensional map display
Display of the route from the current vehicle location to the destination
Presentation of the destination position or the next interim destination in

the map (depending on the menu item setting )  → Advanced settings → Sta-

tus line:)
Automatic map display in day or night mode (depending on the currently

active vehicle lighting)
Daytime map display
Night-time map display

A

B
C

Turns the auxiliary window on / off 

» page 183

 (does not apply to vehicles

with Infotainment Amundsen when the map is displayed in the digital in-

strument cluster)
Switching on/ off of the selected POI categories display 

» page 185

Enter-

ing a destination via the map point

If the map scale of the 2D Map or 3D Map is greater than 10 km, then the map

is automatically displayed as 2D and aligned in the direction of north. If the

scale is increased beyond this value, then the map is switched back to the orig-

inal representation.

Map scale

Fig. 239 

Function surfaces for

changing the map scale:

Infotainment Columbus

Fig. 240  Function surfaces for changing the map scale: Infotainment

Amundsen

It is possible to change the map scale instructionly or to turn on the automatic

change of scale.

Tap on function surface 

A

 

» Fig. 239

 or

» Fig. 240

.

D

E

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In area 

B

 

» Fig. 239

 or 

» Fig. 240

, function surfaces for changing the map

scale are displayed.

Types of instruction scale change

Touching the screen with two fingers and pulling them apart or closing them

together.

Turn the control knob  (not applicable to Infotainment Columbus)

Tap the function surface 

A

 

» Fig. 239

 and use the slider or tap the function

surface /  in area 

B

 

» Fig. 239

 (applies to Columbus Infotainment).

Turn on/off the automatic change of scale

If the automatic scale is active, the map scale will change automatically de-

pending on the type of roads travelled (motorway - smaller map scale / town

larger map scale) and from the manoeuvre to be carried out.

To switch on the automatic scale change, go to the Navigation main menu

and tap on function surface  →  .

Tap the functional surface  is highlighted in green.
The automatic scale is only active as long as the map is centred on the vehicle

position (the function surface  is hidden).

To switch off the automatic scale change, go to the Navigation main menu

and tap on function surface  →  .

Tap the functional surface  is highlighted in white.
The turning off occurs likewise when the map is moved or the map scale is

changed instructionly.

Map view in reduced scale

In the Navigation main menu, tap on function surface 

A

 →  .

The map scale is reduced for a few seconds and then restored.

Change map orientation

Fig. 241 

Change the map orientation

Changing map orientation is possible under the following conditions.

The map is in the 2D display.
The map is centred (the functional surface  is hidden).
The map scale is max. 10 km away.

to Change the map orientation From the main menu navigation the func-

tional surface  

A

 

» Fig. 241

.

The map is oriented to the north

The symbol  the vehicle position rotates, the map and the Polar Star Symbol

 do not rotate.

With a larger map scale than 10 km, the map is automatically oriented towards

north.

Map oriented to the direction of travel

The map and the Polar Star Symbol  rotate, the vehicle position symbol 

does not rotate.

Map alignment

Fig. 242 

Map alignment

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The moved map can be centred/aligned to the vehicle, destination or route po-

sition.

To centre the map, tap on function surface  

A

 

» Fig. 242

.

Options for map display in the split screen

Applies to vehicles with Infotainment Columbus, without the digital instrument

cluster.

Fig. 243  Map in split screen

In the split screen, tap on function surface 

A

 

» Fig. 243

.

Depending on the context, some of the following function surfaces will be dis-

played in area 

B

.

Map display with the route from the current vehicle location to the desti-

nation
Change the map orientation
2D - Two-dimensional map display
3D - Three-dimensional map display
Turn on/off the automatic change of scale

Map display options in the digital instrument cluster

Applies to vehicles with Infotainment Columbus, with the digital instrument

cluster.

The ignition must be switched on for map display in the digital instrument

cluster.

Only applies to Infotainment Columbus

The map can be displayed in the digital instrument cluster and in Infotainment

at the same time.
The map type shown in the digital instrument cluster can be selected in

thenavigation menu item  → Map → Map view in instrum. cluster:.
The map scale can be adjusted with the dial 

A

 on the multifunction steering

wheel 

» page 38

,

Applies to Infotainment Amundsen

The map can be displayed in the digital instrument cluster or infotainment

screen.

To change the display in the navigation main menu, tap function surface 

B

» Fig. 223

 on page 182.

The map type shown in the digital instrument cluster can be changed in

thenavigation main menu in the menu item  .
Changing the map scale can be carried out in one of the following ways.

With the function surfaces in Infotainment 

» page 190

.

By turning the dial .

With the dial 

A

 on the multifunctional steering wheel 

» page 38

.

POIs display

The Infotainment system offers the possibility of displaying POI symbols on

the map on the Infotainment screen.

To activate/deactivate the display, go to the main Navigation menu and tap

on the function surface  → POIs.

To select the POIs to be displayed, go to the main Navigation menu and tap

on the function surface  → Map → Select categories for POIs and select the de-

sired categories (max. 10).

Road sign display

Infotainment offers the option of displaying the traffic signs stored in the navi-

gation data or detected by the front camera during guidance on the Infotain-

ment screen 

G

 

» Fig. 224

 on page 182.

To switch on/off the road sign display in the main menu Navigation, tap the

function surface  → Map → Show road signs.

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For some vehicles it is possible to set an alert when exceeding the permitted

speed limit set by a road sign.

Tap the 



 sensor field and then the function surface  → Driver assistance →

Speed warning:.

For trailer towing, we recommend that you activate detection of road signs

relevant to trailers.

Tap the 



 sensor field and then the function surface  → Driver assistance →

Show road signs relevant to trailers.

Route guidance

Introduction to the subject

routeis created by starting route guidance to a destination. Additional inter-

mediate destinations can be added to the route.
The route guidance takes place as follows

Through graphical driving instructions in the Infotainment display screen and

in the display of the instrument cluster.

With navigation announcements.

Infotainment tries to allow for continued guidance even if the navigation data

is incomplete or there is no data at all for the given area.
The route is recalculated each time if you ignore driving recommendations or

change the route.

CAUTION

The nav. announcements provided may vary from the actual situations, e.g. due

to out-of-date navigation data.

Destination details

Fig. 244  Details of the: in the navigation data / destination searched for

online

The following menu items and information are displayed in the destination de-

tails 

» Fig. 244

.

Area with functional surfaces
Detailed destination information
Destination position in the map
Detailed target information (if available)
Status of online services

Display the destination details

The destination details can be displayed in one of the following ways.

While entering a destination.

By tapping the function surface  in the destination list.

By tapping the 



 sensor field in the Navigation main menu (not applicable

to Infotainment Columbus), the details of the last destination are displayed.

Function surfaces

Using functional surfaces in the field 

A

 the following functions can be per-

formed, depending on the context.

Start / Stop route guidance.

Searching for a nearby destination 

» page 183

.

Setting route options.

Store destination.

A
B
C
D

E

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Edit destination (the object can be deleted, renamed or saved).

Dial the POI telephone number (if Infotainment is connected to a tele-

phone

» page 163

Pairing and connecting).

Route calculation and start route guidance

Fig. 245 

Alternative routes

Route calculation is done on the basis of the set route options. The route op-

tions can be set:  → Route options.

Alternative routes

With selection of alternative routes turned on, the following menu is displayed

after the calculation of a new route 

» Fig. 245

.

 Calculate the most economical route with shortest travelling time and

distance travelled – the route is highlighted green

 Calculate the fastest route to the destination, even if a detour is neces-

sary - the route is highlighted in red

 Calculate the shortest route to the destination, even if a longer travel-

ling time is required - the route is highlighted in orange

In the functional surfaces of the alternative routes, information on the route

length estimated travel time and the following symbols are displayed (applies

to the Infotainment Columbus).

Use of a toll motorway
Use of a train / ferry
Using a tunnel
Use of a toll road
Using a vignette duty road

It is possible to select an already calculated alternative route before the calcu-

lation of the remaining routes is completed.

A

B

C

Selecting the type of route will start the route guidance.
If no route selection is made within 30 s after the calculation of all routes, the

route guidance is automatically started according to the preferred route type.

Route calculation for the trailer

When driving with a trailer or any other accessory connected to the trailer

socket, we recommend that you switch on the trailer recognition, if necessary

to set the maximum speed for towing a trailer.

For calculating the route for towing a trailer, tap the functional surface in the

main navigation menu  → Route options →  .

To set the maximum speed for towing a trailer, tap the 



 sensor field and

then the function surface  → Driver assistance → Trailer recognition → Maximum

speed for trailer.

Demo mode

The Demo mode provides a travel simulation to the entered destination. The

function offers the chance to travel through the calculated route “virtually”.
When the Demo mode is turned on, a menu for route guidance in the Demo

mode or in normal operation is displayed before the start of route guidance.

To switch on/offin the main menu Navigation, tap the function surface  →

Advanced settings → Demo mode.

When the demoMode is switched on, the route starting point can be defined.

In the Navigation main menu, tap the functional surface  Tap→ Advanced set-

tings → Define demo mode starting point.

Define the starting point by entering the address or the current vehicle posi-

tion.

The demo mode starting point can also be set provided demo mode is turned

on by tapping on the desired map location and selecting the menu item Start

Demo Mode 

» page 185

Entering a destination via the map point.

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Graphical driving recommendations

Fig. 246  Driving recommendations / travel recommendation detail

The display of the graphical driving recommendations is carried out in the split

screen Manoeuvre as well as the display of the instrument cluster.
In the split screen Manoeuvre the following driving recommendations are shown

» Fig. 246

.

Street name / street number of the current vehicle position
Driving recommendations with street names / road numbers, with the

route and the travel time to the manoeuvre place
Details of driving recommendation (is displayed near the manoeuvre)
Lane guidance

In the split screen Manoeuvre, Infotainment also announces TMC traffic obstruc-

tions and on motorways, car parks, petrol stations or restaurants.

Speed limits

With activated function  → Advanced settings → Note: National border crossed , dis-

play the country-specific speed limits when crossing international borders.
These speed limits can be displayed by tapping the function surface  → Top

speed in the main menu navigation.

Nav. announcements

Infotainment issues nav. announcements during route guidance.
The navigation announcements are generated by Infotainment. The flawless

clarity of the message (e.g., road or city name) cannot always be guaranteed.

A
B

C
D

The last navigation announcement can be repeated in the main Navigation

menu by tapping on the function surface  →  .
The timing of the navigation message is dependent on the type of road and on

the driving speed.
The type of nav. announcements can be set:  → Navigation announcements.

Note

Route guidance on the most frequently travelled route takes place without

navigation announcements.

Most common routes

The most frequently travelled routes are automatically saved by Infotainment.

Of these, up to 3 routes can be offered, which best match the current time,

day of the week as well as the vehicle position.
A route guidance to one of the most travelled routes can be started as long as

no route guidance takes place.

To display the menu with the most frequently travelled routes, tap on func-

tion surface Freq. in the split screen routes → Show on map.

Select the desired route.

Then a selected route is calculated and the route guidance starts.

The menu display in the split can be turned on/off in the main menu navigation

by tapping the function surface  → Route options → Freq. Routes .
The stored most frequent routes can be deleted in the main menu navigation

by tapping the functional surface  → Manage memory → Delete user data → Freq.

Routes .

Note

Route guidance on the most frequently travelled route takes place without

navigation announcements.

Finish route guidance

The route guidance can be finished in one of the following ways.

The final destination is reached.

In the main menu Navigation by tapping the functional surface  → Stop route

guidance.

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By turning off the ignition for longer than 120 minutes.

Abort route guidance

If the ignition is switched off and on again, then the route guidance is contin-

ued depending on the stop time in one of the following ways.

Within 15 min. - route guidance is continued taking into account the calcula-

ted route.

From 15 min to 120 min - after confirming the message on the infotainment

screen, the route guidance continues, taking into account the calculated

route.

After 120 min - the route guidance is cancelled.

Route

Route schedule

Fig. 247  Route details: a route destination / several route destinations

During route guidance, the Route details (Information about the current route)

can be displayed.

In the Navigation main menu, tap the functional surface  → Route details.

A route destination

In the route plan, the following information is displayed at the destina-

tion

» Fig. 247

 - .

Area with functional surfaces
Destination information

Estimated time of arrival at destination / remaining driving time to desti-

nation

A
B



Remaining distance to the destination
Chosen route type (economic, fastest, shortest)
Current vehicle position (address / GPS coordinates)

The display of the arrival time or the remaining driving time can be adjusted as

follows.

In the Navigation main menu, tap on the functional surface  → Advanced set-

tings → Time display:.

Several route destinations

In the route plan, the following information is displayed at the respective desti-

nations

» Fig. 247

 - .

Area with functional surfaces
Stopover (with sequential number)
Final destination
Estimated time of arrival at destination / stopover
Driving distance to destination / stopover
Substitution of destinations among themselves
Delete the destination
Continuation of the route guidance from the selected target (previous

waypoints are skipped)
Display the destination details 

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Insert destination into the route

In the area 

A

, tap on the function surface Enter destination and enter a new

destination.

or: Tap on the area 

A

 the function surface destinations and select an object in

the list of stored destinations.

Each additional destination is added to the list as the first subsequent destina-

tion route.

Change positions of destinations with each other

The relevant function surface  and move the destination to the desired po-

sition.

With destinations on the route already reached, the note Destination reached is

displayed below the destination name. It is not possible to change the position

of these destinations with each other.

C
D

A

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Store route

In the area 

A

, tap the functional surface Save.

Save the edited route as a new route or replace the existing saved route.

The route is saved in the route list

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.

Stop route guidance

In the area 

A

, tap the functional surface Stop.

Route change in the map

Only valid for Infotainment Columbus.

Fig. 248  Route change in the map / route transit point

A route in which there are no intermediate targets can be changed during

route guidance by inserting a transit point.

Add a transit point

In the Navigation main menu, tap on the function surface  → Change route in

map.

Touch the screen in the route field and move the cross-point to the desired

location on the map, e.g. 

A

, move 

» Fig. 248

).

The transit point 

B

 is added to the route 

» Fig. 248

.

Tap on the function surface  .

Then a new route is calculated and route guidance starts.

Customise transit point

In the Navigation main menu, tap on the function surface  → Change route in

map.

Touch the transit point 

B

 and move to a different location on the map.

Tap on the function surface  .

Then a new route is calculated and route guidance starts.

Remove transit point

In the Navigation main menu, tap on the functional surface  → Change route in

map.

Tap on function surface Delete waypoint.

Tap on the function surface  .

Then a new route is calculated and route guidance starts.

route list

In the route list, it is possible to create routes, save, delete, or start navigation.

New route

In the Navigation main menu, tap on the function surface  → Routes → New

route.

Insert a route destination in one of the following ways.

Tap on the function surface Enter destination and enter a new destination.

or: Tap on the function surface Destinations and select a destination from the

list of stored destinations.

To save the created route, tap the functional surface Store.

Tap the functional surface Startto start route guidance.

route import

A prerequisite for importing the route is that “Infotainment Online” 

» page 14

services are activated.
A route that has been created in the user profile on the “ŠKODA Connect

Portal” website and sent to the Infotainment system can be imported into the

Infotainment memory even before switching on the ignition .
If the route was created when the ignition was switched on and sent to Info-

tainment, Infotainment is not imported until after switching off (for at least 15

minutes) and after switching the ignition back on again.

Switch on the ignition. When a new route is available, a message regarding

the option to import this route appears in the Infotainment screen automati-

cally .

If the user opts not to import the route immediately, the route can be impor-

ted later manually as follows.

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In the Navigation main menu, tap on function surface  → Routes Tap to

check if a new route is available.

or: Tap the 



 sensor field and then the function surface  →  .

The function surface import routes Tap.

If a new route available, then a message is displayed on the Infotainment.

Tap the function surface Retrieveto start route guidance.

After being successfully imported, the route is displayed in the list of saved

routes.

Managing saved routes

In the Navigation main menu, tap on the functional surface  → routes .

Choose the desired route, and then select one of the following functions.

Clear saved route

- Edit the route 

» page 196

Route schedule

- Calculate route and start route guidance 

» page 194

Route calculation

and start route guidance

Waypoint mode

Introduction to the subject

Only valid for Infotainment Columbus.

This mode is suitable for off-road navigation or for areas where maps are not

available.
Infotainment allows the recording of waypoint tours driven using automatic of

manually entered waypoints.
Then there is the option to start route guidance to the stored waypoint tour or

to save the waypoint tour on the SD card.

Delete
Edit
Start

Main menu

Fig. 249 

Waypoint mode: Main

menu

In the Navigation main menu, tap the functional surface  → Waypoint mode.

The main menu is displayed

» Fig. 249

.

Any ongoing route guidance is terminated after the selection of this way-

point mode menu.

Description of the function interfaces 

A

 

» Fig. 249

Context-dependent:

No route guidance is taking place - Start recording a waypoint

tour/display saved waypoint tour management/exit menu

A waypoint tour is being recorded - Stop recording a waypoint

tour/manually adjust waypoint/exit menu

Route guidance is taking place - Stop route guidance/skip the next

waypoint/exit menu

Setting the map display / show / hide the split screen / switch on / off the

display of POIs on the map

Operation of Radio/Mediaplayback

Setting Navigation is not available in theWaypoint mode menu



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Record waypoints

Fig. 250 

Recording a waypoint

tour

Start recording a waypoint tour

In the Waypoint mode main menu, tap on the function surface  → Record

waypoint tour.

Select one of the following recording types.

Select on map - Enter destination on the map and start recording waypoints

Start recording - Start recording waypoints without entering a destination

Recording a waypoint tour

After starting the recording of a waypoint tour, the following contextual infor-

mation may be displayed 

» Fig. 250

.

Automatically set waypoints
Manually set waypoints
Split screen Waypoints with the number of already set waypoints / maxi-

mum number of waypoints

Add waypoint manually

In the Waypoint mode main menu, tap on function surface  → Add waypoint

manually.

Stop recording

In the Waypoint mode main menu, tap on the function surface  → Stop re-

cording.

The recording also stops when the waypoint mode menu is exited.
The recorded waypoints are merged to a waypoint tour and stored in the way-

point memory after completion of the recording.
The recording cannot be continued once it has been stopped. A new recording

must be started.

A
B
C

Guide along a saved waypoint tour

Fig. 251  Display a waypoint / guide along a waypoint tour

Start guidance

In the Waypoint mode main menu, tap on the function surface  → Waypoint

memory.

Select the desired route from the displayed list.

Tap on the function surface  .

Select one of the following menus 

A

 

» Fig. 251

.

Reverse tour - Reverse the order of waypoints (suitable for guiding along a

waypoint tour in the reverse direction)

Next. Waypoint. - Skip to the next waypoint

Start - starts route guidance

Route guidance

During the guidance along a waypoint tour, no nav. announcements are made

by Infotainment.
When driving along the waypoint tour shown, follow as closely as possible the

information shown on the Infotainment screen.
While driving along a waypoint tour, the split screen shows the Waypoints and

the direction to drive as well as the distance to the next waypoint, the se-

quence number of the next waypoint and the total number of waypoints 

B

» Fig. 251

.

The waypoint tour from the vehicle position to the next waypoint “reduces”

continuously while driving “ ” 

C

 

» Fig. 251

 .

If you drive past but very close to the next waypoint, the route guidance will

continue with the subsequent waypoint.

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If you drive past a waypoint and this does “not disappear” from the waypoint

tour (e.g. because the distance to this waypoint is too large), then there is the

option to “skip” over this waypoint and continue the guidance to the next way-

point.

In the Waypoint mode main menu, tap on function surface  → Skip waypoint.

Stop route guidance

In the Waypoint mode main menu, tap on function surface  → Stop route guid-

ance.

The guidance also stops when waypoint mode is exited.

Manage waypoint tour memory

to display a list of saved and imported waypoint tours, from main menu

Waypoint mode, tap the function surface  → Waypoint memory.

The name of the waypoint tour, the date and time of storage and the number

of waypoints appears in the function surface for the waypoint tour.

Choose the desired waypoint tour, and then select one of the following menu

items.

Store the waypoint tour on the SD card
Delete the waypoint tour
Rename the waypoint tour
Display the waypoint tour 

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Import waypoint tour from the SD card

In the Waypoint mode main menu, tap on the function surface  → Waypoint

memory → Import.

Select the source of the waypoint tour recording and confirm the import.

Traffic reports

List of traffic reports

Fig. 252 

List of traffic reports

The Infotainment system enables the reception of traffic reports, which in-

clude information regarding traffic congestion, using TMC (Traffic Message

Channel) or online (when “Infotainment Online”

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 services are activa-

ted).
ŠKODA AUTO does not accept responsibility for the availability, content, up-

to-dateness or evaluation of TMC traffic reports or other data provided by

third parties. ŠKODA AUTO is not entitled to examine or adapt this data in any

way. The data can only be edited by Infotainment in areas where it is available.

To display the list of traffic reports, tap on the 



 sensor field and then tap

the function surface  .

In the list of traffic messages and the map, a max. of 6 messages are displayed,

that are provided with a letter and a traffic obstruction symbol (e.g. , , )

A

 

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.

At present on the route traffic information is taken by using a nav. announce-

ment.

Source of Traffic Information

On the position 

C

 

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 can the following symbols are displayed.

TMC Traffic Information (with strikethrough icon, the Infotainment is out

of range of any traffic information provider)
Online traffic information



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Display options

Route guidance is disabled - All traffic messages are displayed.

Route guidance is taking place - After tapping function surface 

B

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 in the displayed menu, you can select all traffic messages by tap-

ping the function surface All areasor you can select only the traffic messages

present on the route by tapping the function surface Route.

A traffic report may contain some of the following information.

Symbol of the traffic obstruction

Number of roads affected

Name of the location in question

Description of the traffic obstruction

The importance of a traffic obstruction is distinguished in colour by a TMC

message

The symbol for traffic obstruction (e.g. , , ) precedes the obstruction and

the length of the obstruction is shown in the map on the right along the route.
Depending on the context, the symbol for the obstruction is displayed in one

of the following ways.
No route guidance is carried out

Red - All traffic obstructions

Route guidance takes place

Gray - The traffic obstruction is not on the route

Red - The traffic obstruction is on the route, the route will not be recalcula-

ted the route and the route passes through the traffic obstruction

Orange - The traffic obstruction is on the route, the route is recalculated and

an alternative route is available

Distinguish the importance of a TMC message traffic obstruction using

colour

The colour differentiation of traffic conditions on the provider of the online

traffic reports depends.
To change the map orientation, go to the Navigation main menu and tap on

function surface  → Map → Traffic flow settings.

Update

The list of traffic reports will be automatically updated by Infotainment on a

continuous basis.

Detail of the traffic report

Fig. 253 

Detail of the traffic report

The details of the traffic message depends on the source of the traffic mes-

sage.

To display this, select the desired traffic report from the list of traffic re-

ports.

or: Tap on the traffic obstruction icon in the map.

Depending on the context, the following information and functional surfaces

are displayed 

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.

Map of the affected location
Description of the traffic obstruction
Reception timing and information relating to the traffic report provider

(if “ŠKODA Connect” is the provider, it is an online traffic report)
Symbol of the traffic obstruction
Length of the traffic obstruction

Dynamic route

Infotainment enables an evaluation of the traffic reports received during the

route guidance. In fulfilling the following conditions a bypass route is calcula-

ted, and the appropriate announcement is issued.

The dynamic route function is turned on.
The traffic congestion included in the traffic information is on the route.
The traffic obstruction will be evaluated by Infotainment as of great im-

portance.

To switch on/offin the main menu Navigation, tap on the function surface 

→ Route options → Dynamic route.

A
B
C

D

E

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Entering/removing a traffic obstruction on the route manually

If a traffic obstruction is detected during route guidance (e.g. traffic jam), this

traffic obstruction be manually entered into the route.
After entering, Infotainment calculates and provides an alternative route.

Enter traffic obstruction

In the Navigation main menu, tap the function surface  → Congestion ahead.

Adjust the length of the traffic obstruction.

The traffic obstruction will be displayed in red in the map to the right along the

route.

Remove traffic obstruction

The traffic obstruction is removed from the route after completion of the

route guidance or can manually be removed as follows.

In the Navigation main menu, tap the function surface  → Delete "congestion

ahead".

vehicle systems

CAR - Vehicle settings

Introduction to the subject

In the menu CAR travel data and information displayed on the vehicle and

some vehicle systems can be set.

Reset to factory settings

You can reset to factory settings in the infotainment system in menu 



/  →

 → Factory settings menu.

Note

Settings relating to the vehicle systems can only be made when the ignition is

switched on.

Main menu

Fig. 254 

Function surfaces in the main

menu

Tap on the button/sensor field 



/



 →  to display the main menu with

the following function surfaces 

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.

Selecting the following menu points

Dig. Instrument panel

Sport (applies to Infotainment Columbus, Amundsen)

Convenience consumers

Driving data

DriveGreen

Vehicle status

Operating playback - Radio / Media

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Depending on the vehicle equipment with manual air conditioning: Set-

ting the auxiliary heating and ventilation / operating the heated wind-

screen
Operation of the steering wheel heating
Vehicle system settings

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Driving

Starting-off and Driving

Starting and stopping the engine

Introduction

Depending on equipment fitted, it is possible to switch the ignition on/off and

start/stop the engine with the key in the ignition or using the starter button.

WARNING

Never switch off the engine before the vehicle is stationary – risk of acci-

dent!

The ignition must always be switched during the journey when the engine

is idling. Otherwise, the steering may lock - danger of an accident!

Do not withdraw the ignition key from the ignition lock until the vehicle

has come to a stop 

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Parking. Otherwise, the steering may lock -

danger of an accident!

Never leave the vehicle unattended with the engine running - there is a

risk of theft, accident etc.!

Never run the engine in an enclosed space (e.g. in garages) - there is the

danger of poisoning and death!

CAUTION

Only start the engine when the engine and the vehicle are stationary - there

is a danger of starter and engine damage!

Do not push-start the engine – there is a risk of damaging the engine and the

catalytic converter! The battery from another vehicle can be used as a push-

start aid.

On vehicles with the starter button, pay attention to where the key is loca-

ted. The system can recognize the valid key, even if it has been accidentally

left on the vehicle roof - there is danger of loss or damage to the key!

Note

Do not warm up the engine while the vehicle is stationary. If possible, start

your journey as soon as the engine has started. The engine will reach its oper-

ating temperature faster.

Electronic immobiliser and steering lock

Read and observe   and   on page 204 first.

The electronic immobiliser (hereinafter referred to as immobiliser) makes it

more difficult for someone to attempt to steal or use your vehicle without au-

thorisation.

Immobilizer

The immobilizer allows the engine to be started only with the original car key.

Malfunction of the immobilizer

If the immobiliser in the key fails, it is not possible to start the engine. A mes-

sage appears in the display of the instrument cluster to explain that the immo-

biliser is active.
To start, use the other vehicle key or seek help from a specialist garage.

Steering lock - lock

On vehicles with ignition lock, remove the key and turn the steering wheel

until the steering lock engages.

On vehicles with a starter button, switch off the ignition and open the driv-

er's door. If the driver's door is opened and the ignition is switched off after-

wards, the steering is only locked automatically after the vehicle has been

locked.

Steering lock - unlock

On vehicles with ignition lock, insert the key into the ignition and turn on the

ignition. If this is not possible, move the steering wheel slightly back and

forth and thereby unlock the steering lock.

On vehicles with starter button, get into the car and close the driver's door.

Under certain circumstances, the steering lock can be unlocked only when

the ignition is switched on or the engine is started.

WARNING

Never let the vehicle roll with locked steering lock - there is a risk of acci-

dent!

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