Toyota Camry: Information display area
Displays the following items in the appropriate situation:
- Alert from the LTA (Lane Tracing Assist)
- Dynamic radar cruise control with full-speed range
- Brake Override System/Drive-Start Control
Displayed when a suggestion/advice pop-up display is displayed on the
Displayed when a warning message is displayed on the multi-information
- Outside temperature
Displayed in the following situations:
- When the engine switch is turned to IGNITION ON mode
- When the low outside temperature indicator is flashing
Displayed content is the same as that displayed on the multi-information
display. For details, refer to the explanation of the outside temperature
display on the multi-information display.
■ Hands-free system status
Displayed when the hands-free system is operated.
■ Audio system operation status
Displayed when the audio system is operated.
The head-up display may seem dark or hard to see when viewed through
sunglasses, especially polarized sunglasses.
Adjust the brightness of the head-up display or remove your sunglasses.
The brightness of the head-up display can be adjusted on
of the multi-information
display. Also, it is automatically adjusted according to the ambient
■Enabling/disabling of the head-up display
If the head-up display is disabled, it will remain disabled when the engine
switch is turned off then back to IGNITION ON mode.
■Street name display (vehicles with a navigation system)
Only street names which are included in the map data will be displayed.
■Before using the head-up display
- Check that the position and brightness of the head-up display image
not interfere with safe driving. Incorrect adjustment of the image's
or brightness may obstruct the driver's view and lead to an accident,
resulting in death or serious injury.
- Do not continuously look at the head-up display while driving as you
fail to see pedestrians, objects on the road, etc. ahead of the vehicle.
■Caution for changing settings of the head-up display
As the engine needs to be running while changing the settings of the
display, ensure that the vehicle is parked in a place with adequate ventilation.
In a closed area such as a garage, exhaust gases including harmful
carbon monoxide (CO) may collect and enter the vehicle. This may lead to
death or a serious health hazard.
■To prevent damage to components
- Do not place any drinks near the head-up
display projector. If the projector gets
wet, electrical malfunctions may result.
- Do not place anything on or put stickers
onto the head-up display projector.
Doing so could interrupt head-up display
- Do not touch the inside of the head-up
display projector or thrust sharp edges
or the like into the projector.
Doing so could cause mechanical malfunctions.
■When changing the settings of the head-up display
To prevent battery discharge, ensure that the engine is running while the
changing the settings of the head-up display.
Fuel consumption information can be displayed on the audio
Audio (vehicles without Data Communication Module) or Audio
Plus (vehicles without Data Communication M
Your vehicle is equipped with a front passenger occupant classification
system. This system detects the conditions of the front
passenger seat and activates or deactivates the front passenger
airbag and front passenger knee airbag.
Driver's and front passenger's seat belt reminder light
1. To select a mirror to adjust, turn
2. To adjust the mirror, operate the
Folding the mirrors
Push the mirror back in the direction
of the vehicle's rear.
■Mirror angle can be adjusted when