Volvo XC90: Displaying trip statistics in the center display - DISPLAYS AND VOICE CONTROLVolvo XC90: Displaying trip statistics in the center display

Trip computer statistics can be displayed graphically in the center display, providing an overview that facilitates more fuel-efficient driving.

Volvo XC90. Displaying trip statistics in the center display Open the Driver performance app in the App view to display trip statistics.

Each bar in the graph represents a driving distance of 1 kilometers, 10 kilometers or 100 kilometers (or miles). The bars are added from the right as you drive. The bar at the far right shows the data for the current trip.

Average fuel consumption and total driving time are calculated from the most recent reset of the trip statistics.

Volvo XC90. Displaying trip statistics in the center display

Trip computer statistics1.

1 The illustration is generic - details may vary according to vehicle model.

Resetting the trip odometer
Resetting the trip odometer using the leftside steering wheel lever. Reset all information in trip odometer TM (i.e. mileage, average fuel consumption, average speed and driving time) by pressing and holding ...

Trip statistics settings
Trip statistics settings can be reset or adjusted. Open the Driver performance app in the App view to display trip statistics. Tap Preferences to change the graph scale. Select 1, 10 or 100 km/miles for ...

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