The Intelligent Around View Monitor is a parking aid that gives an all-encompassing view of your vehicle in relation to its surroundings. This technology is the perfect addition to any Nissan model, providing increased safety and perspective when maneuvering in tight and crowded spaces. West End Nissan is your local source for all the best in Nissan vehicles, tech, service and more, so follow along as we fill you in how the Intelligent Around View Monitor works!
Nissan Around View Camera Positions & Use
The cameras that make up the Intelligent Around View Monitor are located in the centre front grille, outside mirrors and above the rear license plate. The front view provides a 150-degree view of the front (you can get a larger picture in full-screen view), while the rear also provides a 150-degree view for the back, the bird’s eye view gives you a look from the top and the front side view gives you a view around and ahead the passenger wheel side. A combo view of the cameras will be displayed when the ignition is on, where some will be displayed in split-screen. Pressing the “camera” button is all it takes to cycle through the available options. The view availability is dependent on the position of the shift lever, and the cameras won’t show when your Nissan drives above 9 km/h.
Line Designations & Moving Object Detection
In the camera view, coloured lines are overlaid onto the display to show your distance from an object. Red is a half-meter away, yellow is one-meter away and green is two-meters away. As well as these detection lines, predictive course lines will remain active when you turn the steering wheel, presenting a path for where your vehicle will go in your current line. Moving Object Detection, when equipped where applicable, informs the driver of objects in their way when driving out of places like parking lots and garages. A little blue MOD icon will be displayed when on, while a grey icon will display when it’s off. When in drive and below 9 km/h, MOD will detect objects in the front, while in reverse and below 9 km/h, MOD will detect objects from the rear. A yellow frame appears when an object is detected in the view.
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