The standard CoPilot driving view provides a 2D or 3D perspective of the road ahead. Details about the next turn are shown on the dashboard at the bottom of the screen, with a description of the turn, a large turn arrow and the distance to the turn.

Lane assist* arrows are displayed at the top of the screen when you approach a complex junction. Sign post* information is displayed at major intersections that match real-life signs.

*The availability of this feature may vary by country/region


Driving Views - There's a choice of driving views available from the Driving Menu:
3D Map – displays your current position, next turn and route ahead on a 3D map
2D Map – shows your current position, next turn and route ahead on a 2D map
2D & 3D Map – this split screen driving view combines the 2D and 3D map views*.

Directions – This view lets you see your next turn in full screen view or you can choose to see your next turn in a large display together with a complete itinerary of your entire journey. Here's how to switch between the single turn instruction and a list of directions:

Tap on the dashboard to view your next turn instruction in full screen view

Tap to see all roads, turn instructions and distances to each turn displayed in a list

2D Map & Directions – this split screen driving view combines the 2D map view with a list of turn instructions*.
3D Map and Directions – this split screen driving view combines the 3D map view with a list of directions*.

*This driving view is only available in iPad


A Closer Look at the Driving View

  1. Zoom-out from the map 
  2. Real sign post display 
  3. Lane assist arrows 
  4. Current route 
  5. My current position 
  6. Menu button 
  7. Customisable info display - left 
  8. Next approaching turn
  9. Zoom-in on the map
  10. Speed limit display/alert
  11. Safety camera display/alert
  12. Mode of travel
  13. GPS status indicator
  14. Customisable info display – right
  15. Next turn distance and direction


Zoom in and out of the map
To zoom in and out of the map either pinch the map with two fingers or tap the + and - buttons at the top of the map display.

Drag the map to pan
You can move around the map by dragging up, down, left, or right.

Customisable information displays
Two additional information displays are shown on the lower left and right hand side of the dashboard, providing useful information such as estimated time of arrival and distance to destination. You can tap on either of these to choose what information you would like shown, including:

Distance
ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival)
Time Remaining to reach your destination
Current Speed
Current Altitude
Heading
Location Info Display
Shows useful location information about your journey on the map including: Current Road, Destination, Nearest Town or the place where you're Heading towards.

Turn-after-turn display
A small turn indicator is displayed above the large Next Turn indicator for situations when you need to make two turns in quick succession.

My Current Location
If you drag the map away from your current location or route, the My Current Location button will appear on the top left of the screen. Tap to snap the map back to your current location.

Note: This feature requires a GPS fix
Speed limit alert**
CoPilot can display the speed limit of the current road and warn you if you accidentally exceed it. You can adjust this feature in the Settings menu.

** The availability of this feature may vary by country/region

Safety Camera Alert
CoPilot can warn you on the approach to a safety camera* location, showing you the distance to the camera and the speed limit of the road. You can adjust this feature in the Settings menu.

**Safety camera locations are not available in Switzerland or France. Customers are advised to deactivate camera warnings completely when travelling in Switzerland or France to comply with local legislation.

POI alerts
CoPilot can alert you about specific types of POIs on your route. Simply tap the POI alert to bring up more information about the place and then choose to Ignore or Go to the POI. You can adjust this feature in the Settings menu.