Volvo XC90 2015-2021 Owners Manual / Driver support / Leaving a parallel parking space with Park Assist Pilot

Volvo XC90: Driver support / Leaving a parallel parking space with Park Assist Pilot

(Option/accessory.

The Park Out function can help the driver to pull out of a parking space when the vehicle is parallel-parked.

NOTE

Leaving a parking space with the Park Out function should only be used in connection with parallel parking – it does not work for perpendicular parking.

Volvo XC90. Leaving a parallel parking space with Park Assist Pilot The Park Out function is activated in the center display's Function view or in Camera view.

  • GREEN button indicator light – the function is activated.
  • GRAY button indicator light – the function is deactivated.
  1. Tap Park Out in Function view or in Camera view.
  2. Move the gear selector to the suitable position (e.g. D or R) for the direction in which you will be pulling out of the parking space.
  3. Be prepared to stop the vehicle when instructed to do so by a graphic and message in the center display. Follow the instructions in the same way as for the parking procedure.

Note that the steering wheel can "spring" back when the procedure is completed and the driver may need to turn the steering wheel back to the maximum position in order to pull out of the parking space.

If the function determines that the driver can pull out of the parking space without any extra maneuvers, the function will be deactivated, even if it seems as though the vehicle is not completely out of the parking space.

    Using Park Assist Pilot

    (Option/accessory.) Park Assist Pilot (PAP1) helps the driver park using three different steps. The function can also help the driver pull out of a parking space...

    Park Assist Pilot limitations

    (Option/accessory. Park Assist Pilot (PAP1) may not be able to detect all conditions in all situations and functionality may therefore be limited. The driver should be aware of the following limitations for Park Assist Pilot...

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