BMW 3 Owners & Service Manuals

BMW 3: Selection lists

Concept

Lists can be displayed and, if necessary, used for certain functions in the instrument cluster or the Head-up Display.

  • Entertainment source.
  • Current audio source.
  • List of most recent telephone calls.

If necessary, the corresponding menu will open on the Control Display.

Display

.Displays

Depending on the equipment version, the list in the instrument cluster may differ from the illustration.

Displaying and using the list

Change the entertainment source.

Pressing the button again will close the currently displayed list.

Show list of most recent telephone calls.

Turn the thumbwheel to select the desired setting.

Press the thumbwheel to confirm the setting.

The currently selected list can be displayed again in the instrument cluster by turning the thumbwheel.

Trip data

Concept

Values for the trip, such as the average consumption or trip miles, are displayed.

General information

The trip data can be displayed on the Control Display and in the instrument cluster.

The values can be displayed and reset depending on various intervals, such as after refueling.

Display on the Control Display

Overview

The following information is displayed:

  • Configured interval for resetting the trip data.
  • Average consumption, fuel.
  • Average speed.
  • Total time for shut off engine through the Auto Start/Stop function.
  • Distance traveled in Coasting mode.
  • Consumption history in form of a chart.

Displays

Via iDrive:

1. "CAR".

2. "Driving information".

3. "Trip data".

Consumption history

The average consumption is shown in the consumption history in form of a chart based on the distance travelled and the driving mode.

Display in the instrument cluster

Information about the route can be displayed as widget in the tachometer. Selecting and setting widgets in the instrument cluster.

The following information is displayed:

  • Total mileage.
  • Configured interval for resetting the trip data.
  • Distance traveled depending on the configured interval.
  • Average speed.

Resetting trip data

The intervals in which the values must be reset can be configured.

Via iDrive:

1. "CAR".

2. "Driving information".

3. "Trip data".

4. "Data since".

5. Select the desired setting:

  • "Start of trip ( )": the values are automatically reset approx. four hours after the vehicle has come to a standstill.
  • "Refueling ( )": the values are automatically reset after refueling with a larger quantity of fuel.
  • "Factory": the values since the time of the factory delivery are displayed.
  • "Individual ( )": the values since the last manual reset are displayed. The values can be reset at any time.

Resetting average values manually

The following interval can be reset manually at any time: "Individual ( )".

With the button on the turn signal lever:

1. Continue to press the button on the turn signal lever until the widget for the trip data is selected.

Displays

2. Press and hold the button on the turn signal lever.

Via iDrive:

1. "CAR".

2. "Driving information".

3. "Trip data".

4. "Data since".

5. "Reset individual".

The average values and counters are reset.

Once the average values and counters have been reset, the following interval is automatically set: "Individual ( )".

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