Volvo XC90: CleanZone - CLIMATE CONTROLVolvo XC90: CleanZone

(Option/accessory)

The CleanZone function monitors the conditions affecting good air quality in the passenger compartment and indicates whether they are fulfilled or not.

Volvo XC90. CleanZone

Volvo XC90. CleanZone The indicator is shown in the center display's Climate view.

Volvo XC90. CleanZone The indicator is shown in the climate bar when Climate view is not open.

If the conditions are not met, the text Clean Zone will be shown in white. When all the conditions are met, the text will change to blue.

The following conditions must be met:

  • All doors and tailgate are closed.
  • All side windows and panoramic roof* are closed.
  • The Interior Air Quality System* is activated.
  • The blower is activated.
  • Air recirculation is deactivated.

NOTE

CleanZone does not indicate that the air quality is good, but only that the conditions for good air quality have been met.

* Option/accessory.

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