Volvo XC90 2015-2024 Owners Manual / Displays and voice control / Table of settings in the center display

Volvo XC90: Displays and voice control / Table of settings in the center display

The center display's Settings menu has a number of main categories and sub-categories that contain settings and information for many of the vehicle's features and functions. There are seven main categories: My Car, Sound, Navigation, Media, Communication, Climate and System.

Each category, in turn, contains a number of sub-categories and possible settings. The table below shows the first level of sub-categories. The possible settings for a function or an area are described in more detail in their respective sections of the Owner's Manual.

Some settings are personal, which means that they can be saved to a Driver Profiles. Others are global, which means that they are not linked to a driver profile.

My Car

Volvo XC90. Table of settings in the center display

Volvo XC90. Table of settings in the center display

Sound

Volvo XC90. Table of settings in the center display

Navigation

Volvo XC90. Table of settings in the center display

Media

Volvo XC90. Table of settings in the center display

Volvo XC90. Table of settings in the center display

Communication

Volvo XC90. Table of settings in the center display

Climate

The Climate main category does not have any sub-categories.

System

Volvo XC90. Table of settings in the center display

* Option/accessory.

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