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Opel Insignia B 2018-2022 Owners Manual: Information Displays

Driver Information Center (DIC)

The DIC displays are shown in the center of the instrument cluster in the Info app. The displays show the status of many vehicle systems.

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: Press to move up or or down in a list. : Press to move up or down in a list.

: Press to move between or the interactive display zones in the: Press to move between the interactive display zones in the cluster.

a menu item. Press and hold to: Press to open a menu or select a menu item. Press and hold to reset values on certain screens.

Base Level DIC

Use to choose the Trip, or Vehicle, or Eco menus. Use  or to choose the Trip, Vehicle, or Eco menus. Use to scroll through items in or each menu. to scroll through items in each menu.

Trip/Fuel Menu (TRIP) Items

Speed : Displays how fast the vehicle is moving in either kilometers per hour (km/h) or miles per hour (mph). The speedometer cannot be reset.

Trip 1 or Trip 2, Average Fuel

Economy : Displays the current distance traveled, in either kilometers (km) or miles (mi), from the last reset for the trip odometer.

The trip odometer can be reset to zero by pressing and holding while the trip odometer display is while the trip odometer display is showing.

Also displays the approximate average liters per 100 kilometers (L/100 km) or miles per gallon (mpg). This number is based on the number of L/100 km (mpg) recorded since the last time this menu item was reset. This number reflects only the approximate average fuel economy that the vehicle has right now, and will change as driving conditions change. Reset the average consumption by pressing when it is displayed. when it is displayed.

Fuel Range : Displays the approximate distance the vehicle can be driven without refueling. The fuel range estimate is based on an average of the vehicle's fuel economy over recent driving history and the amount of fuel remaining in the fuel tank. Fuel range cannot be reset.

Average Vehicle Speed : Displays the average vehicle speed of the vehicle in kilometers per hour (km/h) or miles per hour (mph). This average is based on the various vehicle speeds recorded since the last reset. Reset the average speed by pressing Timer : To start the timer, press when it is displayed.

Timer : To start the timer, press while Timer is displayed. The while Timer is displayed. The display will show the amount of time that has passed since the timer was last reset, not including time the ignition is off. Time will continue to be counted as long as the ignition is on, even if another display is being shown on the DIC. The timer will record up to 99 hours, 59 minutes, and 59 seconds (99:59:59) after which the display will return to zero.

To stop the timer, press while Timer is displayed. To reset briefly while Timer is displayed. To reset the timer to zero, press and hold .

Navigation : Used for the OnStar Turn-by-Turn guidance.

Blank Display : Displays no information.

Vehicle Information Menu (VEHICLE) Items

Units : Choose between Metric or US when Units is active. Press confirm the setting. This will change to confirm the setting. This will change the displays on the DIC to the type of measurements you select.

Speed Warning : This display is used to set the vehicle speed at which the speed warning chime sounds and the alert is displayed.

The speed can be set by pressing is showing. while the speed warning display is showing.

Remaining Oil Life : Displays an estimate of the oil's remaining useful life. If REMAINING OIL LIFE 99% is displayed, that means 99% of the current oil life remains.

When the remaining oil life is low, the CHANGE ENGINE OIL SOON message will appear on the display.

The oil should be changed as soon as possible. The Oil Life display must be reset after each oil change. Do not reset the Oil Life display accidentally at any time other than when the oil has just been changed. It cannot be reset accurately until the next oil change. To reset the engine oil life system.

Oil Pressure : Oil pressure is displayed in either kilopascal (kPa) or in pounds per square inch (psi).

Battery Voltage : Displays the current battery voltage, if equipped.

Battery voltage changes are normal while driving. If there is a problem with the battery charging system, the DIC will display a message.

ECO Drive Assist Menu (ECO) Items

Fuel Economy : The center displays the approximate

instantaneous fuel economy as a number and bar graph. Displayed above the bar graph is a running average of fuel economy for the most recently traveled selected distance. Displayed below the bar graph is the best average fuel economy that has been achieved for the selected distance. The selected distance is displayed at the top of the page as "last xxx mi/km." Press best value. to select the distance or reset the best value.

The display provides information on how current driving behavior affects the running average and how well recent driving compares to the best that has been achieved for the selected distance.

Economy Trend : Shows a history of the Average Fuel Economy from the last 50 km (30 mi). Each bar represents about 5 km (3 mi) of driving. During driving the bars will shift to always reflect the most recent distance on the right side.

Press and hold or press  to reset through to clear the graph or press the menu. to reset through the menu.

Uplevel DIC

DIC Info Page Options

The info pages on the DIC can be turned on or off through the Options menu.

1. Press applications. to access the cluster applications.

2. Press to scroll to the or Options application. to scroll to the Options application.

3. Press Options menu. to enter the Options menu.

4. Scroll to Info Pages and press .

5. Press to move or through the list of possible to move through the list of possible information displays.

6. Press highlighted to select or while an item is highlighted to select or deselect that item. When an item is selected, a checkmark will appear next to it.

DIC Info Pages

The following is the list of all possible DIC info page displays.

Some may not be available for your particular vehicle. Some items may not be turned on by default but can be turned on through the Options app. See "DIC Info Page Options" earlier in this section.

Speed : Shows the vehicle speed in either kilometers per hour (km/h) or miles per hour (mph). Speed Limit: Shows sign information, which comes from a roadway database in the onboard navigation, if equipped.

Press to to open the menu and turn on or off the current speed to turn on or off the current speed limit sign.

Trip A or Trip B : Shows the current distance traveled, in either kilometers (km) or miles (mi), since the trip odometer was last reset.

This also shows the approximate average liters per 100 kilometers (L/100 km) or miles per gallon (mpg). This number is calculated based on the number of L/100 km (mpg) recorded since the last time this menu item was reset.

This number reflects only the approximate average fuel economy that the vehicle has right now, and will change as driving conditions change.

Press and hold display while this display is active to reset the trip odometer and the average fuel economy. Trip A and Trip B can also be reset by pressing Fuel Range : Shows the and choosing reset.

Fuel Range : Shows the approximate distance the vehicle can be driven without refueling.

LOW will be displayed when the vehicle is low on fuel. The fuel range estimate is based on an average of the vehicle's fuel economy over recent driving history and the amount of fuel remaining in the fuel tank.

Oil Life : Shows an estimate of the oil's remaining useful life.

If REMAINING OIL LIFE 99% is displayed, that means 99% of the current oil life remains.

When the remaining oil life is low, the CHANGE ENGINE OIL SOON message will appear on the display.

The oil should be changed as soon as possible.

The Oil Life display must be reset after each oil change. It will not reset itself. Do not reset the Oil Life display at any time other than when the oil has just been changed.

It cannot be reset accurately until the next oil change. To reset the engine oil life system, press and hold the Oil Life display is active. for several seconds while the Oil Life display is active.

Tire Pressure : Shows the approximate pressures of all four tires. Tire pressure is displayed in either kilopascal (kPa) or pounds per square inch (psi). If the pressure is low, the value for that tire is shown in amber.

Fuel Economy : The center displays the approximate instantaneous fuel economy as a number and bar graph. Displayed above the bar graph is a running average of fuel economy for the most recently traveled selected distance. Displayed below the bar graph is the best average fuel economy that has been achieved for the selected distance. The selected distance is displayed at the top of the page as "last xxx mi/km."

Press reset best value. Use  and to select the distance or reset best value. Use to and choose the distance and press . to choose the distance and press .

Press to select and Best Score. to select "Reset Best Score." Press best average fuel economy. After to reset the best average fuel economy. After reset, the best value displays "-,-" until the selected distance has been traveled.

The display provides information on how current driving behavior affects the running average and how well recent driving compares to the best that has been achieved for the selected distance.

Average Speed : Displays the average vehicle speed of the vehicle in kilometers per hour (km/h) or miles per hour (mph). This average is based on the various vehicle speeds recorded since the last reset. Reset the average speed by pressing .

Timer : This display can be used as a timer. To start the timer, press while this display is active. The while this display is active. The display will show the amount of time that has passed since the timer was last reset. To stop the timer, press briefly while this display is active briefly while this display is active and the timer is running. To reset the timer to zero, press and hold while this display is active, or press while this display is active, or press Follow Distance : If equipped, the and select reset.

Follow Distance : If equipped, the current follow time to the vehicle ahead is displayed as a time value on this page.

Battery Voltage : Displays the current battery voltage, if equipped.

Battery voltage changes are normal while driving. If there is a problem with the battery charging system, the DIC will display a message.

Top Consumers : Shows a list of the features that are currently impacting the fuel economy, in order from highest to lowest. If a feature is turned off, it will be removed from the list.

Economy Trend : Shows history of the Average Fuel Economy from the last 50 km (30 mi). Each bar represents about 5 km (3 mi) of driving. During driving the bars will shift to always reflect the most recent distance on the right side.

Press and hold or press  to reset through to clear the graph or press the menu. to reset through the menu.

Head-Up Display (HUD)

Warning: If the HUD image is too bright or too high in your field of view, it may take you more time to see things you need to see when it is dark outside. Be sure to keep the HUD image dim and placed low in your field of view.

If equipped with HUD, some information concerning the operation of the vehicle is projected onto the windshield. The information is projected through the HUD lens on the driver side of the instrument panel and focused out toward the front of the vehicle.

Caution: If you try to use the HUD image as a parking aid, you may misjudge the distance and damage your vehicle. Do not use the HUD image as a parking aid.

The HUD information can be displayed in various languages. The speedometer reading and other numerical values can be displayed in either English or metric units.

The language selection is changed through settings and the units of measurement is changed through the instrument cluster.

HUD Display on the Vehicle HUD Display on the Vehicle Windshield

The HUD may display some of the following vehicle information and vehicle messages or alerts:

Some vehicle messages or alerts displayed in the HUD may be cleared by using the steering wheel controls.

The HUD control is to the left of the

The HUD control is to the left of the steering wheel.

To adjust the HUD image:

1. Adjust the driver seat to a comfortable position.

2. Start the engine.

3. Use the following settings to adjust the HUD.

center: Press down or lift up to center the HUD image. The HUD image can only be adjusted up and down, not side to side.

view. Each press will change the: Press to select the display view. Each press will change the display view.

display. Press down and hold to dim: Lift up and hold to brighten the display. Press down and hold to dim the display. Hold down to turn the display off.

The HUD image will automatically dim and brighten to compensate for outside lighting. The HUD brightness control can also be adjusted as needed.

The HUD image can temporarily light up depending on the angle and position of sunlight on the HUD display. This is normal.

Polarized sunglasses could make the HUD image harder to see.

Head-Up Display (HUD) Rotation Option

This feature allows for adjusting the angle of the HUD image.

In the Driver Information Center (DIC) Options menu, press or to get to the HUD rotation main to get to the HUD rotation main view. From the main view, Press to enter adjust mode. to enter adjust mode.

Press to adjust the HUD or rotation. Select  to save the to adjust the HUD rotation. Select setting and exit. Press  or to save the setting and exit. Press to or cancel the changes and exit. to cancel the changes and exit.

HUD Views

There are four views in the HUD.

Some vehicle information and vehicle messages or alerts may be displayed in any view.

Metric Metric

English English

Speed View : This display gives the speedometer reading (in English or metric units), Adaptive Cruise Control and set speed, Lane Departure Warning/Lane Keep Assist, pedestrian alert, and vehicle ahead indicator. Some information only appears on vehicles that have these features, and when they are active.

Metric Metric

English English

Audio/Phone View : This display includes the information in speed view along with audio/phone information. The current radio station, media type, and incoming calls will be displayed.

All HUD views may briefly display audio information when the steering wheel controls are used to adjust the audio settings appearing in the instrument cluster.

Incoming phone calls appearing in the instrument cluster may also display in any HUD view.

Metric Metric

English English

Navigation View : This display includes the information in speed view along with Turn-by-Turn Navigation information. The compass heading is displayed when navigation routing is not active.

Navigation Turn-by-Turn Alerts shown in the instrument cluster may also be displayed in any HUD view.

Metric Metric

English English

Performance View : This display gives the speedometer reading (in English or metric units), rpm reading, transmission positions, and gear shift indicator, if equipped.

Care of the HUD

Clean the inside of the windshield as needed to remove any dirt or film that could reduce the sharpness or clarity of the HUD image.

Clean the HUD lens with a soft cloth sprayed with glass cleaner. Wipe the lens gently, then dry it.

If You Cannot See the HUD Image When the Ignition Is On

Check that:

If the HUD image is not correct, contact your dealer.

The windshield is part of the HUD system.

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