Ferrari FF Owners Manual

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General remarks - Caution and discipline are the basis of safe driving. - Driving takes place in a naturally dangerous context in which This vehicle, which complies with EC homologation parameters, a number of different risk factors interact. For this reason, uses advanced technology and is capable of achieving high drivers must drive bearing in mind that others, whether they performance levels. are pedestrians, motorcyclists or motorists, can make mistakes. Keeping a safe distance allows emergency measures to be It is equipped with sophisticated active and passive safety taken. Remember that national and international legislation systems (described below). requires that the driver of the vehicle must be capable of These safety features and systems do not authorise the driver performing corrective and/or emergency manoeuvres at all to take risks other than those involved in normal driving since times. their preventive and protective action is guaranteed only in - Correct and careful use of a vehicle derives, above all, from certain conditions. Unless otherwise instructed specifically by respect for one's own safety and that of others as well as Ferrari (see the Safety chapter), the deactivation of any of the from compliance with road regulations. Only this respect will vehicle’s safety systems is PROHIBITED. help you experience all the emotions that driving this car can offer you. While certain safety systems (e.g. the airbags) have been tested to ensure that they offer the highest possible levels of protection, they may nonetheless be hazardous in the event of The driver MUST NEVER allow passengers to increase the failure by the driver or passenger to observe the instructions risks associated with driving (e.g. by not using safety systems given by Ferrari. All vehicle occupants must be attentive at such as the seat belts) by failing to observe the mandatory all times and take particular care when transporting passengers safety rules that apply to both driver and passengers. who are more subject to injury such as children, disabled and The vehicle MUST NOT be modified or tampered with for elderly persons. any reason whatsoever since, by so doing, the manufacturer's Safe driving is subject to the following conditions AT ALL TIMES: homologation and safety parameters will be modified. - the driver must be in perfect psycho-physical condition; - road regulations (Traffic Regulations - Vienna Convention on Road Traffic that ended on 8 November 1968) must be strictly observed; - common rules of caution must always be observed in relation to the quality/performance of the vehicle, driving conditions and contingent situations. 4 Introduction

The driver must pay the utmost attention to the signals of the Most accidents are caused by distraction. The driver must use vehicle and, in particular, the warning lights on the dashboard any on-board information, communication and entertainment and buzzers. Even when the warning lights do not indicate a systems responsibly, especially when the vehicle is in motion. situation of immediate danger, the driver must be cautious in Examples of information, communication and entertainment relation to possible consequences/degeneration of the failure systems are the following: satellite navigation systems, traffic and other information given. information systems (e.g. ITT), media players (e.g. iPod), During routine operations, such as refuelling, precautions telephones with Bluetooth connectivity, etc. (whether merely should always been taken and it is important to check that audio-based or with display). flammable liquid has not been spilled; these precautions must be observed even if the operation is performed by others. It is important to bear in mind that on-board systems may Similarly, before setting off make sure that the doors are be distracting when driving since they may take a driver's closed by checking the warning lights and also manually. attention off the road for several seconds. The driver must be fully acquainted with the vehicle and its Aftermarket video entertainment systems for the passenger (e.g. controls in order to handle and drive it correctly. Command of TV) must be installed where they cannot distract the driver the vehicle can be acquired/improved by attending the driving while the vehicle is in motion. While the vehicle is in motion, courses held by Ferrari which we strongly recommend. the attention required to use on-board systems must never exceed the high level of attention required to drive safely in The use of terms from the motor sports world (such as F1, accordance with the Traffic Regulations. SPORT and RACE) is merely indicative of the vehicle's competition-derived technology and does not endorse Therefore, these systems may only be used (separately or in inappropriate behaviour on the road which does not comply combination with others) by the driver: with Traffic Regulations. - in complete safety (stopping the vehicle before use if necessary). Operations that are not involved with driving (e.g. changing dashboard functions), must be performed in maximum safety when the vehicle is stationary; Introduction 5

- putting road safety first; for example, under conditions of Strict priority criteria must be observed when driving a vehicle: you poor or limited visibility, looking at a display with active must not therefore take your attention off the road. programmes can be distracting even if you take your eye off In some countries, the use of entertainment/information systems is the road only for a split second; prohibited on vehicles when driving. - ensuring, if the previous vehicle owner has installed systems The driver is responsible for use of these entertainment/ on the vehicle that are NOT APPROVED by Ferrari (car information systems with video screens if they are prohibited in the tuning), that they are fully compatible with the original country where the vehicle will be driven. vehicle equipment. These considerations are not exhaustive, but only refer to some general issues that will be specifically dealt with in this If the vehicle owner has installed one or more new systems, either Owner's Manual. fixed or removable, on the vehicle, make sure that these - have the necessary certification; - are fully compatible with the original vehicle equipment (i.e. they do not interfere with it); - are fitted by skilled staff. The Ferrari Technical Service Department and Ferrari Dealers and Authorised Service Centres can provide all the information needed to ensure that they are compatible. 6 Introduction

Introduction Spare parts The aim of this Owner’s Manual is to help you get the best When replacing parts or topping up with lubricants and fluids, value from your vehicle and to provide information on routine we recommend that you use original spare parts and lubricants maintenance: we advise you to read it carefully before setting and fluids recommended by Ferrari. out. The Owner’s Manual should be considered an integral part of the vehicle and must therefore always be kept on board. Using the vehicle in a way that does NOT comply with Warranty Booklet the Owner's Manual not only exonerates Ferrari of any Each new vehicle comes equipped with a “Warranty Booklet”. responsibility but also puts the person at great risk. The contents of the warranty do not affect the buyer's Due to its performance qualities, the vehicle should not be statutory rights as a consumer, which derive from binding legal driven by inexperienced and poorly trained drivers. norms in his or her favour, in the various states or countries or Special care should be taken if the vehicle is entrusted to third from European Union regulations, towards the Dealer. parties so that they are not exposed to unnecessary risk. The The Warranty Booklet also contains the routine maintenance vehicle may also be damaged if used in a way that does not indicated in the “Maintenance Schedule”. comply with the above requirements. The Ferrari warranty is voided if Original Ferrari Spare Parts are NOT used for repairs. Updating The high quality level of the vehicle is subject to constant technological improvements. Therefore, there may be differences between this manual and your vehicle. The Ferrari Sales and Service Network will provide you with all the information on any updates. All specifications and illustrations contained in this manual are accurate as of the date of printing. Introduction 7

Service Consulting the manual The information in this manual is necessary for the use and To facilitate reading the manual, the topics have been divided proper care of the vehicle. In addition, Customers will get into sections and chapters. maximum satisfaction and results from the vehicle if they carefully follow the instructions contained in it. We recommend that you have all the checks and services 1. General performed at Ferrari Authorised Workshops since they have Provides general information about your vehicle. highly skilled staff and the necessary equipment. 2. Quick reference guide Please refer to the “Sales and Service Organisation” manual for information on the location of the Ferrari Dealers and Contains all the information you need when using the vehicle Authorised Service Centres. for the first time. The Ferrari Technical Service Department is at your 3. Safety complete disposal for any information and advice. If you have Describes the main safety systems in the vehicle. any doubts about the information provided in this manual or how to use or operate the vehicle, please contact the Ferrari 4. About your vehicle Service Network. Provides all necessary information for use of the vehicle. 5. Advice for Emergency Situations Provides useful advice for solving problems that may occur. 6. Care of the vehicle Provides advice for cleaning, care and routine maintenance of your vehicle. 7. Glossary Explains the main technical concepts. 8. Table of Contents Allows you to quickly identify and locate the information required. 8 Introduction

Within the various sections, special attention must be paid to Abbreviations/Acronyms the parts marked as follows: Some descriptions and terms with particular meanings are found in this manual in an abbreviated form: Warning A.C. Air conditioning Extreme caution required: failure to comply with the ABS Anti-lock Braking System instructions could constitute a serious risk to personal safety ASR Anti-skid Regulation during acceleration and vehicle protection! DCT Dual Clutch Transmission EBD Electronic Brake-force Distribution ECU Electronic Control Unit Important note ESC Electronic Stability Control Important note: a note containing instructions or information. F1-Trac Traction control derived from the technologies used in the racing sector Environment Warning for environmental protection: useful advice for protection of the environment. Introduction 9

Environmental protection Driving style - Do not accelerate during the starting procedure. Environment - Do not warm up the engine when the vehicle is stationary. - Drive carefully and keep a safety distance that corresponds to the The following chapter contains useful advice for environmental driving speed. protection. - Avoid sudden and frequent acceleration or braking. - Turn off the engine if the vehicle is kept stationary for long Ferrari has designed and constructed a vehicle using technologies, periods of time. materials and devices capable of reducing the harmful impact on the environment to a minimum. - Shift gears using only 2/3 of the speed permitted for each gear. If you use your vehicle with respect for the environment, you too - Use the air conditioning in moderation. will contribute to environmental protection. Fuel consumption as well as engine, gearbox, brakes and tyres wear mainly depend on two factors: Important note - use of the vehicle The vehicle is equipped with exhaust gas control and - driving style. monitoring systems which must always be kept in perfect Both factors are influenced by the driver. working order and controlled regularly. Use of the vehicle - Avoid using the vehicle for short trips. - Check that the tyre pressure is correct. - Check the fuel consumption. - Proper periodic maintenance will contribute to preserving your vehicle in full working order and to protecting the environment. We therefore advise you to respect the service due dates indicated in the “Maintenance Schedule”. 10 Introduction

End-of-life vehicle collection service (applies to EU countries only) For many years, Ferrari has been globally committed to respecting and protecting the environment by constantly improving its manufacturing processes and developing increasingly eco- compatible products. End-of-life vehicle regulations (EU Directive 2000/53/EC) stipulate that producers (vehicle manufacturers and professional importers) must take back end-of-life vehicle that they put on the market and ensure that they are disposed of in an environmentally responsible manner. Therefore, to dispose of your end-of-life vehicle at no additional cost (with the exception of a de-registration fee and any transport costs), contact your nearest Ferrari dealer who is responsible for taking the vehicle to one of the authorised collection and disposal centres which have all been selected to guarantee a service that meets quality standards for the collection, treatment and recovery of recyclable materials without harming the environment. For further information, visit www.ferrari.com. To dispose of a Ferrari end-of-life vehicle, the vehicle must be: - complete, containing the essential components including engine, transmission, bodywork, ECUs and catalytic converter; - free from additional waste. Ferrari thanks you for taking part in this environmental challenge. Introduction 11

Vehicle keys ........................................................... 14 Alarm system......................................................... 15 Duplicating the keys .............................................. 16 Replacing remote control batteries ......................... 17 Electronic alarm .................................................... 17 Identification and homologation plates and labels .. 20 Dimensions and weights ........................................ 27 Main engine specifications ..................................... 28 Consumption and emissions .................................. 28 Performance.......................................................... 28 Wheel rims and tyres ............................................. 29 Refilling................................................................. 32

1 GENERAL

Vehicle keys Key codes The vehicle is delivered with two identical keys that can be used A CODE CARD is supplied with the keys. This card shows the for: following: - central door locking; - the electronic code; - starting the vehicle; - the mechanical code for the keys, to be given to the Ferrari Service Network if you request duplicates of the keys. - activating/deactivating the alarm system; - opening the luggage compartment lid. Warning Important note The code numbers on the CODE CARD must always be kept in a safe and protected place, not accessible to others. If the keys are lost or stolen, you can request a duplicate from the Ferrari Service Network (see section “Duplicating the keys” on page 16). Important note In the event of a change of ownership, it is essential that the new vehicle owner is provided with all the keys and with the CODE CARD. 14 General

Alarm system When starting the engine, press the ENGINE START button on the 1 steering wheel: The FERRARI CODE system 1) If the code is recognised, the CODE warning light A on the instrument panel turns off when the check procedure has been The vehicle is equipped with an electronic immobiliser system completed, whereas the EOBD warning light B turns off when (Ferrari CODE) which is automatically activated when the ignition the engine is started once the ECU has completed its diagnostic key is removed. cycle; in these conditions, the protection system has recognised The keys are equipped with an electronic device which transmits the key code and deactivated the immobiliser. a coded signal to the Ferrari CODE ECU. Once this ECU has recognised the signal, it allows starting the engine. 2) If the CODE warning light A stays on, it means that the code has not been recognised. If this occurs, it is advisable to turn Operation the key back to position 0 and then back to II; if the immobiliser Each time the ignition key is removed (see page 99), the protection device remains active, try with the other key provided. system activates the engine immobiliser. Important note If you still cannot restart the engine, contact the Ferrari Service Network. B A General 15

While driving, with the ignition key in position II: 1) If the CODE warning light A turns on, it means that the system Important note is performing a self-diagnostic cycle. At the first opportunity, Contact the Ferrari Service Network immediately to have all you can stop and test the system: switch off the engine by the keys stored in the system memory. turning the ignition key to position 0, then turn the key back to position II. The CODE warning light A will turn on and should go off within one second. If the warning light stays on, repeat Important note the procedure described previously leaving the key at 0 for more than 30 seconds. Each key provided has its own specific code, which must be stored in the memory of the system control unit. Important note If the problem persists, please contact the Ferrari Service Duplicating the keys Network. If you request additional keys, provided that the conditions to satisfy your request are met, remember that the codes must be 2) If the CODE warning light A flashes, it means that the vehicle is stored (up to a maximum of 7 keys) on all the keys. not protected by the immobiliser. Contact the Ferrari Service Network directly and bring the following with you: - all the keys in your possession; - the CODE CARD for the Ferrari CODE system; - a personal identity document; - the documents proving ownership of the vehicle; - a report of loss of keys made to the relevant authorities. The codes of the keys that are not available when the new B memorisation procedure is performed will be deleted from the memory, in order to prevent that any lost or stolen keys are used to start the vehicle. A 16 General

Replacing remote control batteries Electronic alarm If you press one of the three buttons on the key and this does not activate the corresponding function, check that the alarm system The electronic alarm system performs the following functions: - remote control for central door locking/unlocking; 1 functions are operating correctly by using the other remote control - perimeter surveillance, detecting if doors and lids are open; before replacing the two remote control batteries. - motion surveillance, detecting intrusion in the passenger Replace the remote control batteries as follows: compartment; - open the key cover C using a small screwdriver at the position - vehicle movement surveillance. indicated by the arrow; - remove the two batteries E by pushing them in the direction indicated by the arrow to release them from the retainer cover D; Activation - fit two new batteries of the same type, observing the indicated To turn on the alarm system, press button F on the key: polarity; - the turn indicators flash once; - close the key cover C. - the system “beeps”; - the red LED on the dashboard flashes; Important note - the central door locking system is activated and the doors are locked. Do not use sharp tools to remove the cover and be careful to The system activates after approximately 25 seconds. avoid damaging the remote control. When the electronic alarm is activated, the user may request opening of the luggage compartment; in this case, the motion and anti-lift sensors are temporarily deactivated. � � F C G General 17

If the luggage compartment is then closed, the sensors will be The alarm system is off and you can now get into the vehicle and reactivated. start the engine. If the turn indicators and the red LED on the dashboard flash To enter the vehicle if the remote control battery is flat, insert the 9 times when you activate the alarm system, it means that one of key into one of the two door locks and turn it to release the lock; the doors or the front/rear lid is open or not closed properly and is the alarm siren will start to sound. therefore not protected by the perimeter surveillance. If this is the Start the vehicle following the standard procedures. The alarm siren case, check that the doors and front/rear lids are closed properly will deactivate. and close any door or lid that is open without deactivating the alarm system: the turn indicators will flash once to indicate that the door or the front/rear lid is now closed properly and is protected by the perimeter surveillance. Deactivating the anti-lift alarm Press button H on the roof panel to deactivate the anti-lift alarm Warning system. When this function is deactivated, the indicator light on the button will flash for about 3 seconds and will then turn off. If the turn indicators and the red LEDs on the dashboard flash 9 times when the alarm system is activated with doors, rear and front lids properly closed, it means that the self-diagnostic feature has detected a malfunction in the system. Contact the Ferrari Service Network to have the system checked. Deactivation To deactivate the alarm system, press button G on the key: - the turn indicators flash twice; H - the system beeps twice; - the red LED on the dashboard goes off; - the dome lights come on; - the central door locking system is deactivated and the doors are unlocked. Pressing button G twice unlocks the doors and also turns on the low beams for 30 seconds. 18 General

Alarm memory Homologation If the CODE symbol (see page 124) appears on the left TFT display for 10 seconds when the vehicle is started after system diagnosis together with the message “Break-in attempted”, this The electronic alarm system complies with EU regulations on elec- tromagnetic compatibility and it is marked in compliance. The homologation number is referred to with the following charac- 1 means that an intrusion has been attempted and has activated the ters. alarm. For those markets that require the transmitter and/or receiver In this case, the system will indicate the reason for the alarm marking, the homologation number is found on the component. activation according to the following priority: - LED off twice: lifting sensor alarm Satellite alarm system (optional) - LED off three times: door alarm In some markets, the vehicle can be equipped, on request, with - LED off four times: luggage compartment lid alarm a satellite alarm system. If the vehicle is equipped with a satellite alarm system, please refer to the “NavTrak Satellite Alarm System - LED off five times: ignition key alarm. Quick Reference” booklet enclosed with the vehicle documents, for The alarm system memory is reset by turning the ignition key. further information. General 19

Identification and homologation plates and labels I L H G F E D C B A M N O P Q T R S 20 General

1 Ref. Label/plate Position A Low-beam homologation Engine compartment lid B Radiator with antifreeze RH engine compartment cosmetic shield C Engine and gearbox oil label RH engine compartment cosmetic shield D ECE homologation Engine compartment lid E Checking the engine oil level RH engine compartment cosmetic shield F Airbag maintenance Passenger-side dashboard side panel G Installation of rearward facing child seat not allowed Passenger-side dashboard side panel H Passenger airbag warning (2) Passenger-side sun visor I Vehicle identification Rear passenger-side door jamb L Unleaded fuel Fuel filler flap M Tyre pressure and type Driver-side door N TPMS present warning Driver-side door O Gearbox type and number Gearbox housing P Chassis number Windscreen Q Original paintwork Engine compartment lid R Stop&Start system warning (only with HELE) LH engine compartment cosmetic shield S Engine type and number Crankcase T Assembly number Engine compartment General 21

A Low-beam homologation C Engine and gearbox oil label B Radiator with antifreeze D ECE homologation 22 General

E Check of the engine oil level G Installation of rearward facing child seats not allowed 1 F Airbag maintenance H Passenger airbag warning General 23

I Vehicle identification M Tyre pressure and type L Unleaded fuel N TPMS present warning 24 General

O Gearbox type and number Q Original paintwork 1 P Chassis number R Stop&Start system warning (with HELE system only) General 25

S Engine type and number T Assembly number 26 General

Dimensions and weights Wheelbase 2990 mm (117.7 in.) 1 Max. length 4907 mm (193.2 in.) Max. width 1953 mm (76.9 in.) Max. height 1379 mm (54.3 in.) Front track 1676 mm (66 in.) Rear track 1660 mm (65.4 in.) Front overhang 899 mm (35.4 in.) 1676 1660 Rear overhang 1017 mm (40 in.) Kerb weight 1880 kg (4144.7 lbs)* 1953 * considering the most favourable Optional combination 1379 2990 4907 General 27

Main engine specifications Transmission ratios Type F 140 EB Gearbox ratios Differential/bevel gear pair ratio Number of cylinders 12 Cylinder sequence V 65° 1 = 3.397 2 = 2.185 Cylinder bore 94 mm (3.7 in.) 3 = 1.626 3.875 Piston stroke 75,2 mm (3 in.) 4 = 1.286 Total displacement 6262 cm3 (382.1 cu. in.) Compression ratio 12.4:1 5 = 1.028 6 = 0.839 Maximum RPM 8250 RPM (with limiting device) 7 = 0.634 Max. power 486 kW R = 2.791 (660 HP) Corresponding RPM 8000 RPM Performance Max. torque 682 Nm 0 - 100 km/h 0 - 200 km/h Max. speed Corresponding RPM 6000 RPM 3.7 s 11 s 335 km/h (208.2 mph) Consumption and CO2 emissions Electrical system Standard version With HELE system Supply voltage Alternator l/100 km g/km l/100 km g/km 12 V Nippondenso 165 A SC3 City cycle 25.6 598 23.5 550 Battery Starter motor Motorway 10.9 254 10.7 250 Fiamm 12V - 95 A/h Nippondenso Combined cycle 16.3 380 15.4 360 L5 AGM 850A EN 28 General

Wheel rims and tyres Wheel rims 1 Front Rear Spare wheel 8.5” J x 20” 10.5” J x 20” 4.5” J x 20” Ferrari-approved tyres Inflation pressure (cold) Front Rear Front Rear Michelin Pilot Super Sport 245/35 ZR20 295/35 ZR20 2.40 bar (34.81 psi) 2.30 bar (33.36 psi) Pirelli Pzero 245/35 ZR20 295/35 ZR20 2.10 bar (30.46 psi) 2.00 bar (29 psi) Optional tyres Inflation pressure (cold) Front Rear Front Rear Vredestein spare wheel 145/60 R20 4.20 bar (60.92 psi) Winter tyres Inflation pressure (cold) Front Rear Front Rear Pirelli Winter Sottozero 235/35 WR20 285/35 WR20 2.10 bar (30.46 psi) 2.00 bar (29 psi) Warning For speeds of over 280 km/h (174 mph), inflate the Michelin Super Sport tyres to a pressure of 2.7 bar (front) and 2.5 bar (rear) General 29

Correct tyre reading Example: 245/35 ZR20 245 = Nominal width (distance in mm from side to side) 35 = Height/width ratio as a percentage Z = Tyre to be used for speeds of over 240 km/h (149 mph) R = Radial tyre 20 = Rim diameter in inches W = Tyre to be used for a maximum speed of 270 km/h (168 mph) The tyre manufacture date is included in the description of the tyre: DOT ... 1011 means that the tyre was manufactured in the 10th week of 2011. Correct rim reading Example: 8.5” J x 20” 8.5 = Rim width in inches J = Shape of rim flange (side projection where tyre bead rests) 20 = Rim diameter in inches (corresponds to the diameter of tyre to be fitted) For further information on tyres, see page 269. 30 General

Run Flat tyres (optional) Warning The vehicle can be fitted with “Run flat” tyres, if required. This type of tyre has a reinforced side A which allows the vehicle to continue travelling at moderate speed (80 km/h - 50 mph), even after a If you are going to use standard tyres on a vehicle that was 1 originally equipped with “Run Flat” tyres, you must contact puncture, for a specific distance (100 km - 62 mi). the Ferrari Service Network to have the dashboard When the instrument panel receives the “tyre puncture” reprogrammed and prevent warning messages from being information from the tyre pressure monitoring ECU, calculates the displayed on the left TFT display. residual tyre life, and displays a warning in the dedicated area of the left TFT display after 50 km (31 mi). After 100 km (62 mi), a message warning the driver to stop the Environment vehicle will be displayed (for further information, see the “Tyre pressure and temperature monitoring system” paragraph on Maintaining correct tyre pressure helps to improve tyre rolling page 84). and reduce fuel consumption. Warning Observing the recommended wheel alignment values is essential in order to obtain the best performance and the longest life of these tyres. � General 31

Refilling Parts to be refilled Quantity Fill with: Ref. Page Engine Total system capacity 13 l SHELL HELIX ULTRA Racing SAE 10W-60 264 Oil level between Min. and Max. 1.5 l Oil consumption 1.0 - 2.0 l/1,000 km Gearbox and differential 3.5 l SHELL TRANSAXLE 75W-90 GL5 265 SHELL SPIRAX S5 ATE 75W-90 Clutch system and hydraulic controls 7.75 l SHELL DCT-F3 Braking system 1.2 l SHELL DONAX UB BRAKE FLUID 267 DOT4 Ultra Cooling circuit 16.9 l GLYCOSHELL LONGLIFE at 50% 266 Hydraulic power steering system 1.6 l PENTOSIN CHF 11S 266 PTU 3.2 l SHELL TF 1055 Fuel tank 91 l Unleaded fuel 95 RON 101 Reserve 13 l Air conditioning and heating system Compressor 165 cc PAG ISO 46 Coolant 560 ± 30 g DELPHI RL 488 “R 134 A” Windscreen washer/headlight washer fluid tank 6l Mixture of water and glass cleaner 268 Some products are indicated with two names (before/after) because of a change in Shell fluid brand names. 32 General

Important note This vehicle is suitable for use with unleaded fuel with a 1 maximum of 10% ethanol (E10). Warning The use of fuels with 10% to 25% ethanol can lead to malfunctioning. The use of fuels with over 25% ethanol can cause permanent damage to the engine fuel system. General 33

Opening doors ...................................................... 36 Controls overview .................................................. 37 Seat adjustment .................................................... 39 Steering wheel adjustment ..................................... 40 Rear-view mirrors .................................................. 41 Seat belts .............................................................. 42 Ignition switch ....................................................... 43 External lights and turn indicators .......................... 44 Starting and driving the vehicle ............................... 46

2 QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE

Opening Locking and opening the doors from the inside Doors Warning When a door is opened or closed, the window automatically moves down by approximately 2 centimetres/0.8 inches (to its “target Always check that the doors have been closed properly to position”) to avoid colliding with the upper weather strip. prevent them from opening while driving. When the door is closed, the window automatically moves up until it reaches the “upper limit”. Both doors can be locked by activating/deactivating the “LOCK/ UNLOCK” B button on the roof panel. To lock the doors, press button B; when the door lock is activated, the light on button B Opening from the outside comes on. To deactivate the door lock, press button B until the Using the remote control, deactivate the alarm and the central door light goes out. locking system, or turn the key in the lock to deactivate the central If you pull handle C to open the door, the window will move down door locking system. to its target position. When the door is closed, it will move up until To open the door, pull handle A: the window will move down to its it meets its upper limit. “target position”. When the door is closed, the window will move When the opening handle is operated, both doors are unlocked. up until it meets the upper limit. B A C 36 Quick reference guide

Controls overview 1 1 1 2 3 2 6 5 4 Ref. Control Page Ref. Control Page 1 Adjustable air vents 213 4 Dual View Camera button (optional) 136 2 Glove compartment 218 5 Light switch 164 3 Glove compartment opening button 218 6 Left TFT display and Cruise Control commands 106 Quick reference guide 37

Ref. Control Page Ref. Control Page 7 Left TFT display 106 16 Air conditioning controls 210 8 Rev counter and gearbox display 131-132 17 “LAUNCH” control 193 9 Right TFT display 134 18 “R” reverse control 173 10 Turn indicators 166 19 “AUTO” control 176 11 Windscreen washer/wiper lever 159 20 Hazard warning lights control 167 12 “Manettino” control 156-184 21 Power window controls 102 13 “ENGINE START” button 156 14 Suspension damping delink button 158-188 15 High beam and flashing lever 164 7 8 9 18 19 20 10 16 10 21 15 17 14 11 13 12 38 Quick reference guide

Adjustments The seat position can be electrically adjusted using the special controls. Seats Three adjustments are possible using control D: forward/backward, height, seat inclination (tilting). Warning For further information, see page 204. As with all adjustment, seat adjustment must be performed when the vehicle is stationary. Warning 2 Forward/backward adjustment must take into account the fact that airbag devices are placed in front of the driver and the Warning passenger. Never place your hands under the seat or near its moving parts Correct adjustment ensures there is adequate space between the when adjusting. If you do so, movement of the seat may cause airbag and the driver/passenger (see page 71). injury to hands or fingers. Correct adjustment is very important for enhanced driving comfort Seat back rake adjustment and maximum efficiency of the passive safety systems. Use control E to adjust the seat back rake. Push the control forward or backward to adjust the seat back rake. E D Quick reference guide 39

Tilting the backrest Steering wheel To tilt the seat, pull lever L up and push the backrest towards the The steering wheel can be electrically adjusted for rake and reach. front of the vehicle. It can only be adjusted if the ignition key is in position II. When the backrest goes back into position, it will automatically Move control A (to the left of the steering column) in the four block once it has reached the correct position. directions to adjust the steering wheel. For further information on seat adjustment, refer to pages 204-207. The position of the steering wheel is memorised together with the position of the external rear view mirrors when the driver’s seat Full Electric seat (optional) position is memorised (only if memorisation is available). For further information on adjustment of the optional Full Electric seat, refer to pages 204-207. Warning Do not adjust the steering wheel when the vehicle is moving. L A 40 Quick reference guide

Rear-view mirrors 2) Mirror positioning: move control C in the four directions (up – down – right – left) to adjust the selected mirror. Internal rear-view mirror 3) Mirror closure (optional): turn control C to the lower central Hold the internal rear-view mirror and move it to the required lock position to close the rear-view mirrors. position. Once adjusted, move the control C into the upper central position On request, the internal rear-view mirror can be fitted with an electrochromic mirror that automatically darkens to reduce the where it will be locked in order to avoid changing the external mirror setting inadvertently. 2 dazzling effect of the reflected light on the driver. The speed with The mirrors will yield in both directions in the event of a collision: which the mirror darkens depends on the intensity of the light. if necessary, the mirrors can be pushed both backwards and By pressing button B you can activate/deactivate the electrochromic forwards. mode. When the electrochromic mode is activated, the green LED D comes on. Warning External rear-view mirrors The rear-view mirrors must always be positioned correctly while These mirrors can be electrically adjusted using the control C (with driving. the ignition key in position II) and are equipped with defogging Do not adjust the rear-view mirrors when the vehicle is moving. elements. 1) Mirror selection: turn control C to the left or right lock position to select the mirror that requires adjusting. C D B Quick reference guide 41

Seat belts If the driver’s seat belt is not fastened, when you turn the ignition key to position II, the warning light on the instrument panel illuminates and remains lit as long as the seat belt is not fastened. Warning The seat belts must be properly adjusted and fastened at all Unfastening the seat belts times. • Push the release button E. Correct use of the seat belts can reduce the risk of serious injury • Guide the latch plate A back to its rest position. in the event of an accident or if the vehicle overturns. Warning Fastening the seat belts Do not allow children to be held on a passenger’s lap using only After positioning the seat correctly: one seat belt for both of them. • Grip the latch plate A, slowly pull the belt and insert the latch plate into the buckle B (if the belt locks while you are pulling it For further information, refer to the “Safety” chapter on page 56. out, let it wind back a little and pull it out again without jerking it). • Make sure that it has clicked into the locked position: hold the belt and pull it to check that the latch plate has been inserted correctly. • Position the seat belt correctly. � A � E 42 Quick reference guide

Ignition switch Warning The ignition key can be turned to 2 positions: Position 0 - Stop Never remove the key when the vehicle is moving! Engine off, key removable. The steering wheel will lock with the first turn of the steering wheel. When the key is even only partially extracted, the steering column is locked. Always remember to remove the key from the ignition when you get out of the vehicle! 2 The hazard warning lights and parking lights can be activated. Never leave children unattended in the vehicle. To facilitate steering wheel release, turn the steering wheel slightly clockwise or counterclockwise while turning the ignition key. Key lock Position II - Start If more than 20 seconds elapse after turning the key to position 0, When the key is turned to this position (key-on) the signals the key lock device must be released to remove the key: generated by the vehicle systems are checked. press button K and remove the key at the same time. The left and right TFT displays are activated on the instrument panel and when the signals have been checked, the gearbox display comes on (see page 132). For further information, see page 99. K II 0 Quick reference guide 43

External lights and turn indicators High beams To turn on the high beams when the light switch A is set to , Light switch pull back lever B on the steering wheel. The switch A, on the dashboard to the left of the steering wheel, When the high beams are on, the relative warning light on the can be set to five different positions: instrument panel comes on. 0 Lights off Then push lever B towards the dashboard or pull it back to turn off the high beams and turn on the low beams. Running and number plate lights on (*) Low beams on (*) Important note Parking lights Follow the regulations in force in the country you are travelling AUT Automatic operation of the external lights according to in when using the high beams. ambient light. (*) The relative warning light on the instrument panel comes on. Flashing the headlights The headlights can be flashed by pushing the left-hand lever B towards the dashboard. B A 44 Quick reference guide

Turn indicators Rear fog lights Quickly press the left indicator or right indicator button C on the The rear fog lights are turned on only if the high beams or low steering wheel to switch on the relevant turn indicator. beams are on when button D is pressed. The relative warning light or on the instrument panel comes on. Important note The turn indicator goes off when the steering wheel is realigned. Holding down one of the two C buttons (for more than Use the rear fog lights only in poor visibility conditions. 2 0.3 seconds) temporarily switches on the relevant turn indicator: it Hazard warning lights is switched off after 3 flashes (“lane change” function). Press button E to turn on the hazard warning lights. All the turn indicators will start blinking intermittently; these lights will operate with the ignition key in any position. When the hazard warning lights are on, the relative warning lights on the instrument panel and the button flash. To turn them off, press the button again. For further information, refer to the “Lighting” paragraph on page 164. E C C D Quick reference guide 45

Starting and driving the vehicle System start-up Important note After turning the ignition key to position II (key-on), the left and The vehicle is equipped with an electro-hydraulically controlled right TFT displays are activated on the instrument panel and system gearbox system operated by means of paddles on the steering diagnosis is performed. During diagnosis, which lasts 5 seconds, wheel. a check is performed on the warning lights on the panel and the The default setting for the DCT gearbox is always “Automatic” presence of any faults is checked. mode (see page 176). Once the system check has been completed, the gearbox display Every time the vehicle is started, the DCT gearbox is in “Auto is activated and the letter “P” (Parking) or “N” (Neutral) will be easy exit” mode (see page 176) unless the vehicle was in displayed. “Automatic” mode when the engine was turned off. To exit the “Auto easy exit” mode operate the UP and DOWN Important note paddles (while the vehicle is moving) or press the AUTO button on the centre console. BEFORE YOU DRIVE If the warning light A does not turn off after diagnosis, indicating a fault in the gearbox also shown by the symbol and special message on the left TFT display (see page 130), contact the Ferrari Service Network. A 46 Quick reference guide

Starting the engine Important note Before starting the engine, make sure that the alarm system and all Immediately release the UP and DOWN paddles or button R electrical devices with high power absorption are turned off. after the gearbox display shows that the gear has been engaged; • Make sure that the electric parking brake is applied and that the a prolonged manoeuvre would cause the gearbox failure doors are closed. warning light to turn on (see page 130) and triggering of the buzzer. • Hold the brake pedal down when starting the engine. 2 Warning Important note Do not press the accelerator pedal. None of the gears can be engaged if the luggage compartment lid is open or not properly closed. When the vehicle is stationary, • Turn the ignition key to position II and wait for the gearbox with the driver-side door open or not properly closed and the display to come on. brake pedal released, the system disengages the gear engaged • Press the ENGINE START button (see page 156) and release it as after approximately two seconds. soon as the engine starts. Do not hold the ENGINE START button down for a long time. If the engine does not start, turn the key back to position 0 and wait for the gear display to go off before retrying. Warning DOWN UP Hold the brake pedal down while starting the engine. Quick reference guide 47

If the engine fails to start after several attempts, check for one of the following causes: Warning • insufficient speed of the starter motor (flat battery) If the “UP” and “DOWN” paddles are not working, the message • ignition device faulty “Depress brake pedal and press LAUNCH to engage gear” will • electrical contacts faulty appear on the left TFT display; you can therefore engage the gear by pressing the LAUNCH button on the centre console (see • fuel pump fuses blown. page 193) and the brake pedal. Warming up the engine In these cases, the “Launch Control” function is not available. If the engaged gear was R, the LAUNCH button must be pressed Do not run the engine at high speed until the engine oil temperature twice to engage 1st gear. has reached at least 65-70 °C (149-158 °F), approximately. Starting the vehicle Important note With the engine started, the vehicle stationary and the brake pedal pressed, pull the right-hand UP paddle towards the steering wheel When reverse is selected, an acoustic safety signal beeps to engage 1st gear. intermittently as long as “R” is engaged. Release the brake pedal and press the accelerator to start off. With the engine running and the vehicle stationary, you can change If the system automatically selects 2nd gear when attempting to directly from 1st or 2nd gear to R (reverse) by pressing R and from shift from “R” to 1st gear, this indicates that 1st gear has jammed. reverse to 1st by moving the UP paddle. Therefore, this is not a malfunction since it is part of the system operating logic. For the same reason, when shifting from 1st gear to “R”, the system will automatically engage “N” if the gear has R jammed. During prolonged stops with the engine running, it is advisable to keep the gearshift in “N”. Important note If you allow the vehicle to move forward in N, when UP or DOWN is requested, a gear will be engaged that corresponds to the speed of the vehicle. 48 Quick reference guide

UP-shifting Stopping the vehicle Use the right-hand UP paddle without releasing the accelerator When the vehicle stops, the system automatically engages 1st gear pedal. unless Neutral has already been requested. An “UP”-shift request is not accepted when engagement of the When the vehicle is stationary and the engine is running, hold the requested gear forces the engine to underrev or if an “UP”-shift is brake pedal down until ready to move off again. already in progress because of engine overrevving. For further information, see page 174. Switching off the engine 2 The engine can be switched off with the gearbox either in “N” or DOWN-shifting with a gear engaged. Use the left-hand DOWN paddle without releasing the accelerator After turning the ignition key from position II to position 0, the pedal. gearbox display will remain on for a few more seconds to display A “DOWN”-shift request is not accepted if engagement of the the engaged gear. If the gearbox is in “N” a buzzer will sound. requested gear forces the engine beyond a certain RPM, depending Before switching off, the letter “P” is displayed on the gearbox on the gear requested, or if a “DOWN”-shift is already in progress display to inform the driver that the Park Lock has been activated. because of engine underrevving. For further information, see page 174. Warning Never leave the vehicle with the gearbox in “N”. Always make sure “N” (Neutral) request that the letter “P” (Parking) appears on the gearbox display. With the engine running, pull both UP and DOWN paddles towards the steering wheel at the same time without pressing the brake pedal For further information, see page 175. to request neutral “N”. If necessary, “N” can be requested at any speed. Subsequently, if an “UP” or “DOWN” shift is requested, the system will engage the gear most suited to the speed of the vehicle. Quick reference guide 49

Passive safety......................................................... 54 Active safety .......................................................... 55 Seat belts .............................................................. 56 How to fasten seat belts ........................................ 58 Pretensioners......................................................... 62 Child safety ........................................................... 64 Auxiliary Occupant Protection Systems ................... 70 Driver and passenger airbags .................................. 71 Side airbags........................................................... 76 Fuel inertia switch.................................................. 79 ABS and EBD ........................................................ 80 Stability and Traction Control ................................ 81 Electric parking brake ............................................ 83 TPMS (optional) ................................................... 84

3 SAFETY

In order to take advantage of the safety systems described below, it Emissions is essential to comply with the indicated regulations. Warning Special recommendations • The exhaust gas generated by the running engine may be This vehicle has been built to comply with homologation hazardous, especially when in closed spaces. As well as regulations that also concern safety and environmental protection. consuming oxygen, the engine discharges carbon dioxide, These high technological standards must always be accompanied by carbon oxide and other toxic gases. careful and cautious driving. • Fuel is highly inflammable and emits vapours which may be Particular attention must be paid to: noxious if inhaled. • Overheated components. High temperatures develop in the Do not use naked flames or create sparks near the open fuel engine compartment near the exhaust system. Do not park the tank or in any other condition where fuel comes into contact vehicle on paper, grass, dry leaves or other flammable materials. with air. They could catch fire if they come into contact with hot parts of the exhaust system. Do not fit other heat shields or remove those Lubricants fitted on the exhaust system. Do not let flammable substances come into contact with the exhaust system. Warning • Moving parts of the vehicle such as belts, fans, etc. They must always be adequately protected. Do not remove the guards or • The oils used may also be flammable: take the same operate on the moving parts without taking due precautions. precautions as those adopted for fuel. • Installations under pressure such as braking system, air conditioning system, cooling system and lubrication system may Flammable fluids create pressures inside them. Do not perform any operation which may cause gas or liquids to spill out with the risk of injury to Warning persons and damage to things. • The fluid in the battery is poisonous and corrosive. Do not let it spill out and come into contact with the skin, eyes or objects. Do not use naked flames or create sparks near the battery. Fuel inertia switch • See page 79. 52 Safety

Warning Warning Seat belts must be worn at all times and must be properly Each seat belt has been designed to protect only one occupant. fastened and adjusted! If more than one person uses the same seat belt, the risk of Correct use of the seat belts can significantly reduce the risk injury in the event of an accident is increased. and severity of injury if an accident occurs or if the vehicle Do not sit babies, small children or other persons on your lap. overturns. Never allow children to travel sitting on an adult's lap even if they are wearing a seat belt. If there is a collision: 3 - the adult's weight may crush the child against the seat belt, the Warning dashboard or the back of the front seat; For an effective restraining action, the seat belt must be fastened - the weight of the child may cause the adult to lose their grip; correctly with the seat backrest in the upright position. this may lead to serious or even fatal injury to the child. Make sure that the belt is not twisted and that it passes closely over your body; if not, in the event of a head-on collision, it may move and cause injury to the abdomen. Avoid wearing bulky clothing that may interfere with the proper operation of the seat belts. Safety 53

Passive safety - front passenger head protection side airbag (head bag) (for operating functions, see page 76) The passive safety system has been designed to reduce the risk and severity of injury if an accident occurs. - seats (see page 204) The vehicle is equipped with the following seat belts: - deformable body - 3-point driver's seat belt with pretensioner and load limiting - occupant protection system ECU device (see page 56) - ECU auxiliary sensors - 3-point front passenger seat belt with pretensioner and load - instrument panel warning light (see page 71) limiting device (see page 56) - inertia switch - 3-point seat belt for seat behind front passenger with load - two child seat lower anchor points in the seat behind the front limiting device (see page 61) passenger - 3-point seat belt for seat behind driver with load limiting device - two child seat lower anchor points in the seat behind the driver (see page 61). - one child seat upper anchor point in the seat behind the front passenger Warning - one child seat upper anchor point in the seat behind the driver. Auxiliary safety systems are not a substitute for seat belts. All occupants must always wear a seat belt. Correct use of the Warning seat belts combined with use of the auxiliary safety systems provides optimal protection to the occupants in various types of The protective action of the airbags is always integrated with collisions. the seat belts and the pretensioners. The compulsory use of the seat belt is provided by the national regulations (in Italy, for example, by the Codice della Strada, i.e. Traffic Regulations). The vehicle also has the following auxiliary protection systems (also see page 70 “Auxiliary Occupant Protection Systems”): - front driver's airbag (for operating functions, see page 72) - front passenger airbag (for operating functions, see page 72) - driver's head protection side airbag (head bag) (for operating functions, see page 76) 54 Safety

Deformable body Active safety The deformable body absorbs shock and distributes it over the The aim of the active safety system is to reduce the risk of accidents entire structure of the vehicle allowing progressive deceleration. and injury severity. The passenger compartment structure, on the other hand, has been The vehicle has been designed to provide a high level of safety for designed to provide maximum resistance without undergoing whoever uses it. The following systems are specific active safety deformation in order to guarantee a protective survival cell for the components: occupants. • braking system • air conditioning and heating system • external lights • buzzer and warning lights (flashing). 3 The braking system includes the mechanical brake system and the electronic stability and traction control system (ABS and EBD): this is designed to prevent the wheels from locking and to provide good handling and stability. In some situations, fast acceleration is important to get out of dangerous situations. However, always use the accelerator with extreme caution. During acceleration of the driving wheels, the anti- skid system may help you in certain dangerous situations. The air conditioning and heating system in the passenger compartment can add to driving comfort and keep you alert so that you can react quickly when necessary. It is very important to be able to see the road clearly and be seen and external lights must be turned on when the conditions so require. Safety 55

Seat belts If used correctly, seat belts integrated with pretensions help to Warning reduce the risk of injury to occupants in various types of accident. For an effective restraining action, the seat belt must be fastened If not unfastened, the seat belts do not provide any type of correctly with the seat backrest in the upright position. protection. Before every trip, always make sure that all occupants The upper part of the diagonal section of the seat belt must are wearing their seat belts. lie snug on the front of the shoulder, pass across the chest and down to the abdomen. The horizontal strap must sit snug on the Warning hips as low as possible under the abdomen. Make sure that the belt is not twisted and that it passes closely Seat belts must be worn at all times and must be properly over your body; if not, in the event of a head-on collision, it may fastened and adjusted! move and cause injury to the abdomen. Correct use of the seat belts can reduce the risk of serious injury Avoid wearing bulky clothing that may interfere with the proper in the event of an accident or if the vehicle overturns. operation of the seat belts. The seat belts for the front seats have a lap-shoulder belt with an automatic emergency inertia locking retractor and are fitted with a pyrotechnic-powered pretensioner and an automatic system that reduces the force applied to the occupant. 56 Safety

The seat belts for the rear seats have a lap-shoulder belt with an automatic emergency inertia locking retractor and are fitted with an Warning automatic system that reduces the force applied to the occupant. Do not attach or pin anything onto the seat belts: they may get damaged and may consequently break in the event of a collision. Warning Do not let the seat belts come into contact with cutting edges. Warning They may get damaged and may consequently break in the event of a collision. If a seat belt has come into contact with cutting edges or was somehow perforated, we recommend that you have it Warning immediately replaced by the Ferrari Service Network. 3 Each seat belt has been designed to protect only one occupant. If more than one person uses the same seat belt, the risk of Warning injury in the event of an accident is increased. Periodically check the condition of the seat belts. If the belt The seat belt must never be passed around a baby, child or shows signs of wear, it must be checked by a qualified person other person sitting on a passenger's lap. and replaced if necessary. Contact the Ferrari Service Network immediately. Do not sit babies, small children or other persons on your lap. Never allow children to travel sitting on an adult's lap even if they are wearing a seat belt. If there is a collision: - the adult's weight may crush the child against the seat belt, the dashboard or the back of the front seat; - the weight of the child may cause the adult to lose their grip; this may lead to serious or even fatal injury to the child. Safety 57

How to fasten seat belts Once you have adjusted the seat correctly (see page 204): • Grip the latch plate A, slowly pull the belt and insert the latch plate into the buckle B (if the belt locks while you are pulling it out, let Warning it wind back a little and pull it out again without jerking it). For an effective restraining action, the seat belt must be fastened • Make sure that it has clicked into the locked position: hold the belt correctly with the seat backrest in the upright position. and pull it to check that the latch plate has been inserted correctly. The upper part of the diagonal section of the seat belt must • Position the seat belt correctly. lie snug on the front of the shoulder, pass across the chest and If the driver’s seat belt is not fastened, when you turn the ignition down to the abdomen. The horizontal strap must sit snug on the key to position II, the warning light D on the instrument panel hips as low as possible under the abdomen. lights up and remains lit until the seat belt is fastened. Make sure that the belt is not twisted and that it passes closely 55 seconds after a speed of 10 km/h (6 mph) is exceeded, a buzzer over your body; if not, in the event of a head-on collision, it may sounds warning the driver that the seat belt is not fastened. move and cause injury to the abdomen. When a speed of 20 km/h (12 mph) is exceeded, the buzzer Avoid wearing bulky clothing that may interfere with the proper activates immediately and stops after 90 seconds. operation of the seat belts. This acoustic signal is emitted only once, even if the vehicle speed goes above and below the above mentioned limits. It is repeated (when the vehicle speed is in the indicated ranges) only if the seat belt is fastened and unfastened again or, in any case, every time the engine is turned off and then on. � D � 58 Safety

Unfastening the seat belts Warning • Push the release button E. Each seat belt has been designed to protect only one occupant. • Guide the latch plate A back to its rest position. If more than one person uses the same seat belt, the risk of injury in the event of an accident is increased. The seat belt must never be passed around a baby, child or Pregnant women other person sitting on a passenger's lap. The best protection for pregnant women and their unborn babies is Do not sit babies, small children or other persons on your lap. to wear 3-point seat belts correctly. This significantly reduces the risk of injury to the baby. Consequently, pregnant women should always 3 Never allow children to travel sitting on an adult's lap even if wear seat belts unless they have a specific medical exemption. they are wearing a seat belt. If there is a collision: The upper part of the diagonal section of the seat belt must lie snug - the adult's weight may crush the child against the seat belt, the on the front of the shoulder, pass between the breasts down to the dashboard or the back of the front seat; abdomen. - the weight of the child may cause the adult to lose their grip; The horizontal strap must sit snug as low as possible under the this may lead to serious or even fatal injury to the child. abdomen. A E Safety 59

Seat belt handover the seat belt has not been fastened, it retracts in the following situations: The seat belt handover has been designed to make it easier for front seat occupants to fasten their seat belts. The system consists • when the door is opened; of two moving arms (one for the driver and one for the front • when the ignition key is moved from position II to position 0 passenger) which extend automatically and move the seat belt (key-off); closer to the body of the respective occupant in the following • after waiting for approximately one minute; situations: • if vehicle speed exceeds 10 km/h (6 mph). • when the door is closed and the ignition key is in position II; If the system's moving arm meets resistance, it moves approximately • when the ignition key is moved from position 0 to position II 2 cm (0.8 in.) in the opposite direction and remains fixed in this (key-on) with the door closed; position. To reactivate the seat belt handover, open and close the • when the engine is started and the door is closed. door or move the ignition key to position II. The passenger side seat belt handover only extends when it detects an occupant's presence. Warning The moving arm retracts as soon as the seat belt is fastened; if Although the system has a protection mechanism, always make sure that the area near the seat belt handover is free of obstacles and that the handover fully retracts. 60 Safety

Use of rear seat belts Warning Remember that, in the event of a violent impact, passengers in the rear seats who are not wearing seat belts are not only subject to personal injuries (they can be projected forward, hit the windscreen and be thrown out of the vehicle) but also constitute a danger to the passengers in the front seats. The rear seat belts must be fastened as shown in the diagram. 3 Safety 61

Pretensioners When a pretensioner is activated, a small amount of smoke is released. This smoke is not harmful. The seat belts for the front seats are fitted with pyrotechnic- powered pretensioners. The pretensioner is activated by the airbag ECU when there is a sufficiently severe head-on collision (impact Warning direction between 11 and 1 o'clock p.m.) or a sufficiently severe Activation of the pretensioners only depends on the status of the side collision. The belt will rewind a few centimetres just before the seat belts and is not affected by the occupants' presence. restraining action begins, thereby improving the fitting across the If the seat belt is not fastened, the pretensioner will not activate, occupant's body. even if the seat is occupied. Activation of a pretensioner is signalled by the illumination of the warning light A on the instrument panel. The seat belts for the front and rear seats are fitted with load limiting devices. The load limiting device is located in the belt Warning retractor and allows controlled release of the belt during a collision Pretensioners that have been activated will no longer function thereby limiting the impact that the belt has on the occupant's and may not be repaired under any circumstances. Contact the body. Ferrari Service Network for replacement. A 62 Safety

Seat belt and pretensioner care Important note • Following a serious collision, replace the seat belts that were worn at the time even if they do not appear to be damaged. All work on any part of this safety system must be performed by • Periodically check that the screws on the anchor points are tight the Ferrari Service Network. and that the seat belt is in perfect condition and slides smoothly. • The seat belt must be kept clean; the presence of any dirt could Warning prevent the seat belt retractor from working properly. Removing or making modifications of any kind to the seat belts, • To clean the seat belt, wash it by hand with mild soap and water belt retractors and pretensioners is not allowed. and let it dry. Do not use strong detergents, bleach or aggressive solvents, as they can weaken the fibres. Maintenance work involving strong impacts, vibrations or heating of the pretensioner area may activate them; vibrations 3 Make sure the retractors do not get wet: proper functioning is caused by road bumps will not have this effect. only ensured if they are kept dry. • The pretensioner requires no maintenance or lubrication. If immersed in water or mud, it must be replaced. • Pretensioners must be replaced at regular intervals as indicated in the “Warranty Booklet”. Safety 63

Child safety Warning Warning Do not transport young children in rearward facing child restraint systems on the front passenger seat. Never leave children ALONE and/or unattended in the vehicle since this may constitute a danger to themselves and others. Because of their size, children are at greater risk than adults. Suitable child restraint or safety systems must therefore be used In a number of countries, the transportation in vehicles of children and seat belts should only be used to secure the child seats. and infants is governed by specific legislation. All minors whose physical characteristics (i.e. height, weight) fall Drivers are obliged to comply with applicable regulations. within the legal limits in force in each country must be protected by approved restraint or safety systems (e.g. child seats, cradles, Warning cushions). You are therefore advised to ALWAYS use homologated child If we use a risk assessment matrix that combines the likelihood restraint systems that bear the proper test marking. Child seats of an event occurring and its consequences, we can see that a homologated according to the ECE-R 44 standard bear this child in a child seat installed on the front seat presents a serious alphanumeric code (a letter “E” in a circle with the approval risk and the responsibility of the driver is therefore high. All number underneath) followed by the name of the group (e.g. possible precautions should be taken. Group 2). Even in latest generation vehicles, statistics show that the rear seats are the safest position for transporting babies and children. Warning Incorrect fastening of a child restraint system increases the risk Warning of injury to the child if an accident occurs. Drive slowly and pay maximum care and attention when transporting children. Sudden acceleration caused by sports- The seat belts on the vehicle have been designed and tested to style driving may be dangerous for children even if no collision protect persons who are over 1.50 m tall. occurs. 64 Safety

To properly protect children outside these limits, specific restraint systems with dedicated belts or accessories capable of adapting the Warning child’s position to the vehicle seat belts must be fitted. After an accident, have all the parts of the child restraint system and vehicle seat belt system checked and replace them if Warning necessary. For installation and use (how to secure the child to the restraint Any work must be performed at the Ferrari Service Network. system) of child restraint systems, follow the instructions that the manufacturer of the devices is obliged to provide. Children must always be transported in restraint systems that are suitable for their size. Warning Before choosing a child restraint system, always check that: 3 - it is homologated. The homologation standard is the ECE-R 44 Carefully follow the instructions provided with the child (a letter “E” in a circle with the approval number underneath) seat: keep them in the vehicle together with the documents followed by the name of the group (e.g. Group 2) and this manual. Do not use second-hand child seats with no - it is suitable for the height and weight of the child to be instructions. transported (CAREFULLY FOLLOW the instructions in the child restraint system use and maintenance manual) Warning - it can be securely installed in the vehicle in compliance with the child restraint system manufacturer's instructions Follow the instructions given by the child restraint system - the use and installation instructions are easy to understand. manufacturer when choosing, installing, positioning (forward facing/rearward facing) and using the restraint system since failure to do so may compromise its protective action. Warning If violent braking or a collision occurs, children who are not in a restraint system may be thrown against the dashboard or the Warning windscreen: this may lead to serious or even fatal injury to the Always check the seat belts have been securely fastened by child. pulling on the seat belt. Safety 65

Warning Warning Never allow children to travel sitting in the lap of an adult. If the seat belt is used to fasten a normal occupant, the If there is a collision, the adult's weight may crush the child automatic belt winding locking system will have to be against the seat belt, the dashboard or the back of the front seat: deactivated. this may lead to serious or even fatal injury to the child. Warning Important note ALWAYS COMPLY with the legal requirements in force in your NO modifications must be made to the seat belts and child own country: restrictions apply to the use of seat belts with restraint systems: any modifications may seriously jeopardise the regard to both age (under 12 years of age) and height (under safety of the child restraint system. 1.50 m). Front passenger seat Important note The front passenger seat does not have ISOFIX hooks for child restraint systems. For child restraint systems that can be installed on the front Use the seat belts to secure the child restraint system to the vehicle passenger seat with 3-point seat belts, see TAB 1. on page 90. seat and make sure you have activated the automatic belt winding locking system before installing the child seat in the vehicle. To activate the automatic belt winding locking system, pull the seat belt until the belt completely unwinds. At this point, the belt retractor will only allow the seat belt to rewind. The fact that the belt cannot be pulled out confirms that the belt locking system has been activated. To deactivate the locking system, unfasten the seat belt in order to allow it to rewind completely. 66 Safety

Rear seats Statistics show that the rear seats are the safest position for Warning transporting babies and children. If you carry a child in a child restraint system placed on one of the two rear seats, do not lower the backrest of the other rear Warning seat or the central partition between the luggage compartment and the passenger compartment. Before installing a child restraint system on the rear seats, the corresponding front seat must first be positioned as far forward as possible with the backrest as upright as possible. Warning Warning Do not lower the backrest of the rear seat where the child restraint system is installed. 3 If violent braking or a collision occurs, children who are not travelling in a restraint system can be thrown against the To carry a child on the rear seats, use the seat belts to secure dashboard, windscreen or front seats: this may lead to serious or the child restraint system to the vehicle seat and make sure you even fatal injury to the child. have activated the automatic belt winding locking system before installing the child seat in the vehicle. To activate the automatic belt winding locking system, pull the Warning seat belt until the belt completely unwinds. At this point, the belt retractor will only allow the seat belt to rewind. Never allow children to travel sitting in the lap of an adult. If there is a collision, the adult's weight may crush the child The fact that the belt cannot be pulled out confirms that the belt against the seat belt, the dashboard or the back of the front seat: locking system has been activated. this may lead to serious or even fatal injury to the child. To deactivate the locking system, unfasten the seat belt in order to allow it to rewind completely. Warning If the seat belt is used to fasten a normal occupant, the automatic belt winding locking system will have to be deactivated. Safety 67

Both the rear seats of the vehicle have a universal ISOFIX fastening system consisting of two lower anchor points and a top tether Warning anchor. Only use anchor point B located behind the rear seat backrest The lower anchor points A are located between the rear seat to fasten child restraint systems with a universal ISOFIX cushion and the backrest. The lower anchor points are marked with fastening system. Do not, under any circumstances, use the a special symbol to make them easier to identify. eyebolts for securing luggage in the luggage compartment. The upper anchor point B is located behind the seat backrest. Important note For child restraint systems that can be installed on the rear seats with 3-point seat belts and with ISOFIX systems, see TAB 1. and TAB 2. on pages 90-91. B A A 68 Safety

Warning Warning To secure child restraint systems with universal ISOFIX If a parcel shelf is fitted in the vehicle, to secure child restraint fastening correctly, thread the top tether anchor strap around systems with universal ISOFIX fastening correctly, thread the the headrest on the inside so that it fits snugly to the backrest top tether anchor strap through the space between the backrest (Figure 1). and the parcel shelf as shown in Figure 3. If the child restraint system has a double top tether anchor strap, thread the belt through both sides of the headrest as shown in Figure 2. 3 Warning To secure child restraint systems with universal ISOFIX fastening correctly, always check that the belt or top tether anchor straps do not come into contact with sharp edges and are not twisted. Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Safety 69

Auxiliary Occupant Protection Systems The front driver's airbag and front passenger airbag have been designed to increase the level of protection offered by the seat belts in the event of a head-on collision. Warning The driver's head protection side airbag and passenger head Auxiliary Occupant Protection Systems are not a substitute for protection side airbag have been designed to increase the level seat belts but increase their efficiency. Correct use of the seat of protection offered by the seat belts in the event of a side belts, with the supplementary action of the Auxiliary Occupant collision and are placed between the occupant’s head and external Protection Systems, offers maximum protection in the event of a structures. head-on collision or vehicle roll-over. Warning Auxiliary Occupant Protection System components The warning light A comes on when the ignition key is turned The Auxiliary Occupant Protection System components are: to position II. If no malfunctions are detected, it goes out after - Seat with built-in headrest. 4 seconds. If the warning light does not come on, if it remains on or if it comes on while driving, contact the Ferrari Service - Dual-stage front driver's airbag. Network immediately. - Dual-stage front passenger airbag. - Driver's head protection side airbag (head bag). - Front passenger head protection side airbag (head bag). Warning - Electronic Control Unit (ECU). Any changes to the vehicle set-up (suspension, rigidity, springs, - Additional sensors. supports, shock absorber adjustment), wheel rims, tyres, or - Instrument panel warning light. the fitting of non-original front bumpers may affect the airbag activation parameters and cause the airbags to malfunction or - Deformable body. not work at all. 70 Safety

Driver and passenger airbags Warning Warning The driver and the front passenger must maintain a distance of at least 25 cm (10 in.) from the steering wheel and the The front airbags do not provide protection in the event of dashboard. side-on collisions, some head-on/angular collisions, roll-overs Always drive with your hands on the rim of the steering wheel or subsequent collisions (if there is a second collision once the so that in the event of activation, the airbag can deploy without airbags have been deployed in an earlier collision). The seat obstruction. belts have been designed to reduce the risk of injury in the Driving with your hands on the steering wheel spokes or on the 3 event of a roll-over or subsequent collision. airbag cover increases the risk of injury for your wrists and arms. Warning Warning The front airbags have been designed not to inflate if a minor collision occurs. The seat belts have been designed to reduce The front passenger must be seated correctly and must avoid the risk of injury if a minor collision occurs. putting hands, feet or legs on the dashboard since if the front airbag is activated, it may cause injury to legs and prevent the airbag from working properly. A 2 5cm At least Safety 71

Operating The driver's airbag has been designed to be deployed according The front airbags are controlled by an ECU which activates them to the following strategy: when there is a sufficiently severe head-on collision (direction of • For low severity crashes, the airbag control unit will not deploy impact between 11 and 1 o'clock p.m.). the airbag. In the event of a collision with an impact force that causes • For crashes of higher severity, the control unit will deploy the deceleration that exceeds the value set for the internal sensor, the driver airbag in low energy mode. ECU will transmit a signal to deploy the airbags. The airbags will begin to inflate, breaking the cover along the breakage line and will • For crashes of even higher severity, the control unit will deploy deploy completely in a few tenths of milliseconds. Once deployed, the driver airbag in high energy mode. they will serve as protection between the driver and/or front The passenger airbag has been designed to be deployed passenger and structures that could cause injury. according to the following strategy: The airbags deflate immediately afterwards. • For low severity crashes, the airbag control unit will not deploy the airbag. Warning • For crashes of higher severity, the control unit will deploy the passenger airbag in low energy mode. The vehicle does not have a passenger airbag deactivation device. • For crashes of even higher severity, the control unit will deploy the passenger airbag in high energy mode. Warning Warning The driver and front passenger should not carry objects (drink Even in vehicles with Advanced Airbag Systems, statistics show cans or bottles, pipes, etc.) that may cause injury if the airbags are that the rear seats are the safest position for transporting babies activated. and children. Persons, animals or items must not be placed between the airbags Children must always be transported on the rear seats. NEVER and the occupant. use rearward-facing child seats on the front seats. Environment Warning When the system is activated, gases are released in the form The driver and front passenger must always fasten their seat of fumes, together with the gas used for inflating the airbags. belts and sit in an upright position, as far as possible away from These gases are not harmful. the airbag, in order to have optimal protection in all types of collision. 72 Safety

Warning Important note Always keep the backrest of your seat in the upright position Do not cut or tamper with the connectors of the airbag harness and sit with your back properly resting against it. or on the airbag modules. Important note Warning Do not modify the system components or wiring, under any Do not cover the steering wheel and the padded panel on the circumstances. dashboard on the passenger’s side with adhesive tape or treat it With the ignition key inserted and in position II, although the in any way. 3 engine is off, the airbags can still be activated when the vehicle is stationary if it is hit by a moving vehicle. Warning Remember that if the ignition key is set to 0 none of the safety Do not place objects above or near the top of the dashboard devices (airbags or pretensioners) is activated in the event of a and the steering wheel. collision; failure of the airbags to inflate in these circumstances is In the event that the airbags are deployed, these objects would not indicative of a system malfunction. be projected into the passenger compartment at such a high speed that this would seriously jeopardise the safety of the occupants. Warning The airbag modules are subject to wear and tear and must be replaced at the intervals indicated in the “Warranty Booklet” EVEN if the vehicle has NOT been involved in a collision. Safety 73

Warning Important note Do not modify the airbag modules in any way (indicated in The airbag system components have been specially designed the relevant picture). Do not damage the airbag modules (for only for this specific vehicle model. Do not use them on a example pinning something onto them or placing objects against different vehicle model, as this may cause serious damage and their covers). consequent injury, even fatal, to the occupants in the event of an If, for any reason, an airbag cover gets damaged, have the airbag accident. module immediately checked by the Ferrari Service Network. Activation of a damaged module could cause serious or fatal Warning injuries. Damaged or defective components of the airbag system cannot be repaired and must be replaced. Important note Improper operations performed on the system components may Do not remove or dismantle parts of the steering wheel, cause failures or accidental deployment or failure of the airbags dashboard or door panels; if necessary, this procedure should to inflate with consequent damage and injury, even fatal. only be performed by a Ferrari Service Network Centre. Environment Important note To scrap the vehicle, please contact the Ferrari Service All the airbag system components must be replaced after an Network to have the airbag system deactivated. accident that caused airbag deployment. Important note Following an accident not involving airbag deployment, contact the Ferrari Service Network to have the system checked and any system components that may be damaged or malfunctioning replaced. 74 Safety

Important note If the vehicle has been stolen or there has been an attempted theft, have the airbag system checked by the Ferrari Service Network. Important note Label E on the right-hand side of the dashboard indicates the airbag system expiry date. When this expiry date is approaching, contact the Ferrari Service Network to have the system 3 replaced. Label F indicates that rearward facing child seats must not be installed because of incompatibility with the airbag system. F E Safety 75

Side airbags Warning Warning When the ignition key is turned to position II, the warning light A will come on. If no malfunctioning in the airbag system Airbags are not a substitute for seat belts but they increase their is detected, it will go off after 4 seconds. If the warning light efficiency. Correct use of seat belts, with the supplementary does not come on, if it remains on or if it comes on while action of the side airbags, offers maximum protection in the driving, contact the Ferrari Service Network immediately. event of a collision or vehicle roll-over. Operating Side airbag system components The side airbags are controlled by the ECU that activates them when a sufficiently severe collision occurs. Warning In the event of a side collision with a force of impact exceeding the limit set by the ECU, this will transmit a signal that activates the The side airbags fitted on the vehicle have not been designed pretensioner and the side airbag on the impact side. to reduce the risk of being thrown out in the event of vehicle roll-overs. The vehicle has 2 side airbags, one in the driver-side door panel and the other in the passenger-side door panel. The side airbag system consists of 2 airbags, one on each door. In the event of a side collision, the airbag on the impact side deploys immediately to protect the occupant's head. A 76 Safety

The airbag will start inflating, opening its cover along the breaking line, until it is fully deployed (in a few hundredths of seconds). Warning Once inflated, the side airbag provides protection between the Never modify the airbag modules. Do not damage the airbag driver’s or passenger’s head and the external structures. The airbags modules and trim panels above them (the area above the door deflate immediately afterwards. panel), by pinning something onto them or pressing objects Side airbag activation is not affected by the occupant's height or against their covers, for example. weight. The side bag is activated whenever the airbag ECU detects If, for any reason, an airbag cover gets damaged, have the airbag a collision of a sufficient impact force for deployment. module immediately checked by the Ferrari Service Network. Activation of a damaged module could cause serious injuries. Warning Never drive with your head out of the window as this places 3 your head and neck in the airbag deployment area. In the event Important note of a side-on collision, this position increases the risk of being Please consider that the airbag ECU is not capable of thrown out of the vehicle and compromises the protective effect automatically detecting damages involving the airbag covers. of the side airbags. Do not cover the upper part of the driver-door and passenger- door panels with adhesive tape or material and do not treat Warning them in any way. Never place an object over or near the airbag covers. In the event that the airbags are deployed, these objects would Warning be projected into the passenger compartment at such high speed After deployment, the airbag components can no longer offer as to seriously jeopardise the safety of the occupants. any protection; therefore, they cannot be repaired and must be replaced. After activation of a side airbag, have it replaced by the Ferrari Service Network. Safety 77

Warning Important note The airbag modules are subject to wear and tear and must be Never remove the door panel. If required, this operation must replaced at the intervals indicated in the “Warranty Booklet” be performed by the Ferrari Service Network. EVEN if the vehicle has NOT been involved in a collision. Important note Label E on the right-hand side of the dashboard indicates the airbag system expiry date. When this expiry date is approaching, contact the Ferrari Service Network to have the system replaced. E 78 Safety

Fuel inertia switch The fuel inertia switch is a safety device which deactivates the fuel pump relays if a collision occurs. A symbol appears on the left TFT display and the hazard warning lights come on to indicate that the switch has been activated. When the fuel inertia switch is activated, the doors are also unlocked (if locked) and the central dome light comes on. 3 Warning The fuel pump relays can be reactivated by pressing button A on the floor in front of the driver's seat. A Safety 79

ABS and EBD In the event of ABS activation under braking, these regulation cycles will be repeated until the car comes to a stop or pressure on The ABS system is a safety device which activates to prevent wheel the brake pedal is reduced. locking if the driver presses the brake pedal too sharply, especially In addition, the system offers the following advantages: under low grip conditions. - It improves driving stability (no skidding): even in the event of The system is composed of: sharp braking approaching wheel locking. - electro-hydraulic unit - It improves manoeuvrability (no side-skidding on sharp turns). - electronic brake-force distribution EBD This means that even when an emergency situation requires sudden - four speed sensors on the wheels, incorporated in the bearings braking, the driver has more chance of avoiding obstacles or - the entire ESP sensor system (steering angle sensor, braking on a curve without affecting vehicle stability. accelerometer, yaw sensor, etc.). These features add to the vehicle’s standard braking system, Warning without changing its characteristics. ABS system performance remains unaltered as long as the speed limit for the tyre side grip is not exceeded. If this limit is Important note exceeded, vehicle skidding cannot be avoided. When the ABS system is active, during emergency braking or in poor grip conditions, a “pulsing” sensation will be felt through - Optimal braking distance: the brake pedal. Hold the brake pedal down to continue the depending on the type of road surface, the braking distance may braking action. be reduced by as much as 40%. When one of the wheels starts locking, the hydraulic control unit Warning controls the braking circuit by running a 3-phase cycle: The ABS system does NOT exempt the driver from driving - reduction (if necessary) carefully and responsibly at all times. - maintenance - pressure increase in the hydraulic circuit. 80 Safety

ESC - Stability and Traction Control Important note The electronic stability control ESC consists of two main systems: The ABS system cannot compensate for driving too fast for VDC Vehicle Dynamics Control, performed through the traffic or road conditions, worn tyres, worn braking system braking system components or driving errors. F1-Trac traction control, performed through engine torque modulation, depending on maximum grip on the road The ABS system has been designed for the sole purpose of and secondary systems that are always active such as the ABS and assisting the driver in controlling braking under extreme conditions EBD. in which he/she could instinctively cause the wheels to lock. FBP - Ferrari Brake Prefill To provide optimal control in different driving and grip conditions, five different settings have been developed: 3 Brake design parameters provide a set distance between the - Level 1: (Manettino set to ICE) ensures stability and maximises brake pads and discs (the “air gap”): as soon as the brake pedal is traction on every type of road surface, both in low and very low pressed, the presence of the air gap leads to a slight delay in brake grip conditions, by means of engine and brake control. response. - Level 2: (Manettino set to WET) ensures stability and maximises The FBP (Ferrari Brake Prefill) system eliminates the air gap by traction in low-grip conditions (rain) by means of brake control applying slight pressure to the braking system as soon as the and optimised setting of the F1-Trac system. accelerator pedal is released just before braking. This results in - Level 3: (Manettino set to COMFORT) ensures stability and more immediate brake response and reduces braking distance maximises traction only in medium- to high-grip conditions by during emergency braking thereby improving safety. optimising engine and brake control. - Level 4: (Manettino set to SPORT) enhances the racing features of the vehicle by reducing engine control to a minimum and maximising brake control. This mode is designed to ensure stability in high grip conditions only. - Level 5: (Manettino set to ESC OFF) ESC off. Stability is NOT guaranteed, but all the other auxiliary systems such as the 4WD, ABS, EBD and E-Diff 3 electronic differential remain active. During braking, the VDC system remains active. Safety 81

F1-Trac E-Diff 3 F1-Trac is a traction control system that derives directly from The vehicle is equipped with an electronic differential, working on Ferrari's expertise in F1 vehicles. the rear axle, which continually performs a variable check on the F1-Trac is faster and more accurate than traditional control locking between the two axle shafts. systems and is capable of delaying and minimising engine torque The electronic differential system, integrated with F1-Trac traction adjustments as required in order to ensure the desired trajectory. control, is capable of improving: The system estimates the maximum available grip in advance, by - performance; continuously monitoring the relative wheel speed and using an - directional stability of the vehicle; auto-adaptive operating logic. Comparing this information with - active safety even when close to grip limit; the vehicle dynamics model stored in the control system, F1-Trac optimises the vehicle behaviour by controlling engine torque - driving comfort and handling. delivery. The system is based on the analysis and forecast of vehicle performance in all possible conditions. This is done by continually Important note monitoring the pressure of the clutch actuator on the differential. The input signals are the dynamic parameters of the vehicle that the F1-Trac does not work when the Manettino is set to the ESC control system translates into a torque difference between the two OFF driving mode. driving wheels. On bends, the electronic differential can: The main feature that distinguishes the F1-Trac system from a - stabilise the vehicle when the accelerator pedal is released by traditional traction control system lies in its ability to estimate grip locking the rear axle; level accurately which allows the driver to make full use of the vehicle's performance driving potential. - control vehicle dynamics by locking the differential according to lateral acceleration and vehicle speed; The F1-Trac system guarantees: - maximise vehicle stability and, at the same time, acceleration on - maximum traction when coming out of bends; bends by locking the differential according to lateral acceleration, - driving stability and ease even under extreme driving conditions; speed, engaged gear and torque produced by the engine. - driving comfort. To obtain these results, the electronic differential system interacts On this vehicle, integration of the F1-Trac and E-Diff 3 systems with the 4WD, F1-Trac, ESC, ABS systems, F1 gearbox and ensures maximum performance and stability. suspension damping control. 82 Safety

EPB - Electric parking brake Warning On this vehicle the parking brake is actuated by an electric motor. Always apply the parking brake when the vehicle is parked. The parking brake can be applied and released by pulling a special lever B on the dashboard to the left of the steering wheel. With The vehicle should be blocked. If this is not the case, please the ignition key in position II, a special warning light comes on on contact the Ferrari Service Network. the panel to indicate that the parking brake has been applied (see page 130). Autopark function To release the parking brake, pull lever B and keep the brake pedal The EPB Autopark function automatically activates the electric 3 pressed. If the ignition key is in position II, the warning light will go parking brake when the engine is switched off. The Autopark out when the parking brake has been fully released. function is activated every time the key is turned to on: this means The electric parking brake can be used as an emergency brake that the driver does not have to apply the parking brake every time when the vehicle is in motion. If this is the case, the system acts on the engine stops. all four wheels until button B is released by communicating with However, the function can be temporarily deactivated before the ESP system which prevents locking. switching off the engine by pressing the AUTO PARK C button: the message “PARK OFF” is displayed on the left TFT display for 5 seconds. If this is the case, the parking brake should be manually applied by pulling lever B once the engine has been switched off. To enable automatic insertion of the EPB the next time the engine is switched off, press button C again; the message “PARK ON” is displayed on the left TFT display for 5 seconds. C “Automatic Vehicle Holding” AVH function The electric parking brake provides optimised release when the vehicle starts up due to its Automatic Vehicle Holding function: B once the engine has started, the system keeps the vehicle braked through intervention of the braking system rather than through the parking brake shoes. Safety 83

Tyre temperature and pressure monitoring Warning system (TPMS) (optional) The vehicle can be equipped on request with a system that The TPMS warns the driver that the tyre pressure has measures the tyre pressure and temperature using special sensors decreased. However, this does NOT exempt the driver from fitted inside the wheel rims next to the air valve. These sensors periodically checking that the tyres are inflated to the indicated transmit a signal that is received by the antennas on the car body, pressure. behind the gravel guards, that are connected to the ECU. In addition, the system does NOT warn the driver of damage to the tyres by external agents. Important note Displaying messages on the left TFT display The system may be momentarily affected by radioelectrical interference from devices that use similar wavelengths. By using the commands on the left TFT display (see page 106), the driver can access the TYRES screen page which displays the vehicle symbol with the pressure and temperature values of each tyre as The ECU processes this information and transmits data on tyre shown in example 1. pressure and temperature and any system errors to the instrument panel. The signal transmitted by the ECU activates symbols on the left TFT display (see page 94) with two priority levels: a soft warning (SW) if the pressure loss is 0.2 bar more than the rated pressure and a hard warning (HW) if it is 0.5 bar more or there is a dynamic decrease of over 0.2 bar/min. The TPMS can be calibrated using the special menu item in the left TFT display (see page 108). Important note System calibration using the special menu item on the left TFT display is necessary after replacement or inflation of a tyre or tyres. 1 84 Safety

If an event occurs that needs to be displayed as a symbol and/ The screen page is displayed for 20 seconds and then the screen or special message when the TYRES screen page is displayed, page that was previously displayed reappears. If the failure the screen page is reduced as shown in example 2. For further persists, the screen page shown above (example 3 or 4) will be information, refer to the “Fault displaying logic” paragraph on automatically displayed for 20 seconds the next time the engine is page 121. started. The driver can call up the TYRES screen page at any time to Low pressure display which tyres have low pressure (example 5). Regardless of the type of screen page on the left TFT display, when the instrument panel receives the signal from the tyre pressure ECU that the pressure level of one or more tyres is below the alarm threshold, the screen page shown in example 3 (for a warning related to only one tyre) or example 4 (for a warning related to 3 several tyres) appears immediately. Check tyre Check tyre Catalysts temp. pressure pressure too high Engine performance limited 2 3 4 5 Safety 85

Occasionally, the system may not detect which wheel signals The screen page is displayed for 20 seconds and then the screen a failure. If this is the case, then only the message “Check tyre page that was previously displayed reappears whereas the warning pressure” will be displayed as shown in example 6. light remains on in fixed mode. If normal tyres are used, the failure follows the same display logic Tyre puncture as the other priority level 0 faults (see the “Fault displaying logic” Regardless of the type of screen page on the left TFT display, when paragraph on page 121) until the situation is corrected and the the instrument panel receives the signal from the tyre pressure system is recalibrated. ECU that the pressure level of one or more tyres is below the If the vehicle is fitted with Run Flat tyres, the maximum distance alarm threshold, the screen page shown in example 7 (warning allowed in a “tyre puncture” state is 100 km (62 mi). The not to proceed for vehicles fitted with normal tyres) or example 8 instrument panel will calculate the residual tyre life and will (warning to proceed at a maximum speed of 80 km/h (50 mph) redisplay the screen page shown in example 8 after 50 km (31 mi). for vehicles fitted with Run Flat tyres) appears immediately. At the The same screen page (warning not to exceed a maximum speed same time, a warning light comes on on the panel (see page 128) in of 80 km/h) is displayed if the vehicle exceeds 80 km/h (50 mph). fixed mode. Once the distance of 100 km (62 mi) has been exceeded, the panel displays the screen page shown in example 7 (warning not to proceed). If you call up the TYRES screen page, you can identify the punctured tyre at any time (example 9). Check tyre pressure Low tyre Low tyre pressure pressure Do not Max speed proceed 80 km/h 6 7 8 9 86 Safety

If another tyre is punctured, the instrument panel will update the Occasionally, the system may not detect which wheel signals a number of km (mi) which can still be driven according to the failure. If this is the case, the screen page shown in example 12 (for distance driven after the previous puncture and will display the vehicles fitted with normal tyres) or example 13 (for vehicles fitted screen page shown in example 10. with Run Flat tyres) will be displayed. While priority level 0 (normal tyre puncture) or priority level 2 The symbol and message are displayed for 20 seconds and then the (Run Flat tyre puncture with maximum speed limit not exceeded screen page that was previously displayed reappears whereas the and tyres still usable) faults are being displayed, the driver can warning light remains on in fixed mode. press the OK button with “ESCAPE” function (see page 121): the If the vehicle is fitted with Run Flat tyres, the instrument panel will screen page disappears whereas the warning light on the panel calculate the residual tyre life and will redisplay the screen page remains on in fixed mode. As above, the TYRES screen page can be called up at any time to display which tyres are punctured (example 11). shown in example 13 after 50 km (31 mi). The same screen page (warning not to exceed a maximum speed of 80 km/h) is displayed if the vehicle exceeds 80 km/h (50 mph). Once a distance of 3 100 km (62 mi) has been exceeded, the panel displays the screen page shown in example 12 (warning not to proceed). Low tyre Low tyre Low tyre pressure pressure pressure Max speed Do not Max speed 80 km/h proceed 80 km/h 10 11 12 13 Safety 87

System not calibrated When the Menu item is displayed and the subsequent calibration If the system has not been calibrated or one or more tyres have accepted, the screen page shown in example 15 appears for been replaced, the symbol and message shown in example 14 will 5 seconds. be displayed. At the same time, the warning light on the instrument panel (see page 128) will flash for 90 seconds. Warning When the display cycle ends (20 seconds), the symbol and message Before calibrating the system, make sure that the tyre pressure disappear and the screen page that was previously displayed corresponds to the indicated pressure values (see page 29). If reappears whereas the warning light remains on until the system this is not the case, the TPMS may issue wrong low pressure has been calibrated. indications. The TPMS can be calibrated using the special menu item in the left TFT display with the ignition key in position II and the engine off. To calibrate the TPMS, call up the MENU screen page on the left TFT display (see page 108) with the ignition key in position II and the engine off. Once the MENU screen page appears, select the items “Calibr. TPMS” and “OK”. Display setup Date/Hour TPMS Calibration activated Language/M.U. not calibrated Execute Car setup calibration Dimming 14 15 88 Safety

TPMS failure At the same time, a warning light comes on on the panel (see The screen page shown in example 16 is displayed in the following page 128) in flashing mode for 90 seconds. The warning light then circumstances: remains on in fixed mode until the situation is corrected. - malfunction in the circuit and/or wiring connecting the ECU The TYRES screen page cannot be called up by the driver. - signal is not received by one or more sensors due to a faulty, System not active broken or flat battery For a few seconds at key-on, if the TPMS has been deactivated by a - fault in the TPMS ECU. diagnostic tool, the screen page in example 18 is displayed. At the same time, a warning light comes on on the panel (see At the same time, a warning light comes on on the panel (see 3 page 128) in flashing mode for 90 seconds. The warning light then page 128) in flashing mode for 90 seconds. The warning light then remains on in fixed mode until the situation is corrected. remains on in fixed mode until the situation is corrected. The TYRES screen page cannot be called up by the driver. The TYRES screen page cannot be called up by the driver. System temporarily not active The screen page shown in example 17 is displayed in the following circumstances: - overheating of sensors - during calibration (the TPMS ECU does not recognise the sensors) - radio frequency that interferes with the wheel sensor signal. TPMS failure TPMS TPMS inactive temporarily inactive 16 17 18 Safety 89

TAB 1. Child restraint systems that can be installed with 3-point seat belts SEAT GROUP WEIGHT RANGE Rear driver-side and rear opposite Front passenger driver-side 0 0 - 10 kg X U 0+ 0 - 13 kg X U 1 9 - 18 kg 0UF U 2 15 - 25 kg 0UF U 3 22 - 36 kg 0UF U 90 Safety

TAB 2. Child restraint systems that can be installed on the rear seats with ISOFIX SEAT GROUP WEIGHT RANGE SIZE CLASS FASTENING Rear driver-side and rear opposite driver-side 0 0 - 10 kg E ISO/R1 X E ISO/R1 X 0+ 0 - 13 kg D ISO/R2 X C ISO/R3 X 3 D ISO/R2 X C ISO/R3 X 1 9 - 18 kg B ISO/F2 IUF B1 ISO/F2X X A ISO/F3 X Key U = suitable for “Universal” category restraint systems homologated for use in this weight group. 0UF/IUF = suitable for forward-facing “Universal” category restraint systems homologated for use in this weight group. X = seat not suitable for children in this weight group. Safety 91

Doors ................................................................... 94 Engine compartment lid......................................... 96 Luggage compartment lid ...................................... 97 Ignition switch ....................................................... 99 Fuel filler flap and neck ........................................ 100 Power windows ................................................... 102 Instruments and gauges ....................................... 104 Infotainment system ............................................ 138 Controls on the steering wheel ............................. 156 Lighting............................................................... 164 Driving the vehicle ............................................... 170 EPB - Electric parking brake ................................. 190 Park Lock ............................................................ 192 Launch Control ................................................... 193 Stop&Start system (optional) ............................... 194 Seat adjustment .................................................. 204 Air conditioning and heating system ..................... 210 Passenger compartment accessories ..................... 218

4 ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE

Doors Locking and opening the doors from the inside When a door is opened or closed, the window automatically moves down by approximately 2 centimetres/0.8 inches (to its “target Warning position”) to avoid colliding with the upper weather strip. Always carefully check manually that the doors have been When the door is closed, the window automatically moves up until closed properly to prevent them from opening while driving. it reaches the “upper limit”. Both doors can be locked by activating/deactivating the “LOCK/ Opening from the outside UNLOCK” B button on the roof panel. To lock the doors, press Using the remote control, deactivate the alarm and the central door button B; when the door lock is activated, the light on button B locking system, or turn the key in the lock to deactivate the central comes on. To deactivate the door lock, press button B until the door locking system. light goes out. To open the door, pull handle A: the window will move down to its A function that automatically inserts the door lock when the vehicle “target position”. When the door is closed, the window will move is moving at a speed of 20 km/h (12 mph) or over can be activated up until it meets the upper limit. on the “Car setup” menu on the left TFT display of the instrument panel (see page 108). B A C 94 About your Vehicle

If you pull handle C to open the door, the window will move down to its target position. When the door is closed, it will move up until it meets its upper limit. If handle C is lifted without opening the door, the window will move down to its target position and stop and if the door is not opened within 2 seconds, the window will move back up until it meets the upper limit. Therefore, to open the door, release handle C and pull it again. When the opening handle is operated, both doors are unlocked. 4 About your Vehicle 95

Engine compartment lid Closing Opening Lower the lid until it is closed and press down near the lock until you hear it click in place. To unlock the engine compartment lid, pull the lever D underneath the steering column. Warning Stand in front of the vehicle, slightly lift the lid and pull the retaining lever E to the side of the lock and lift it. Always check manually that the engine compartment lid has been closed properly to prevent it from opening while driving. The lid is held open by two gas struts. The engine compartment lid can also be opened with the ignition key at off. E D 96 About your Vehicle

Luggage compartment lid Important note Opening The luggage compartment lid can also be opened with the ignition After removing the battery from the vehicle or disconnecting key at off. it from the electrical system, a door lock/unlock cycle must be performed using the buttons on the key when reconnecting so Push release button G on the left edge of the driver-side floor or that the release button G resumes normal operation (electronic press button H on the ignition key for more than 2 seconds. system self-acquisition procedure). The lid is held open by two gas struts L. The luggage compartment is illuminated by two lights at the sides that come on automatically when the lid is opened. Warning To avoid damage, check there is enough room to open the luggage compartment lid. 4 H G L L About your Vehicle 97

Closing Grasp the handle on the right of the luggage compartment lid, lower it until it is closed and press down near the lock until you hear it click in place. Warning Always check manually that the luggage compartment lid has been closed properly to prevent it from opening while driving. 98 About your Vehicle

Ignition switch Warning The ignition key can be turned to 2 positions: Position 0 - Stop Never remove the key when the vehicle is moving! Engine off, key removable. The steering wheel will lock with the first turn of the steering wheel. When the key is even only partially extracted, the steering column is locked. Always remember to remove the key from the ignition when you get out of the vehicle! The hazard warning lights and parking lights can be activated. Never leave vulnerable persons (children, the elderly) To facilitate steering wheel release, turn the steering wheel slightly unattended in the vehicle. clockwise or counterclockwise while turning the ignition key. Position II - Start Key lock When the key is turned to this position (key-on) the signals If more than 20 seconds elapse after turning the key to position 0, generated by the vehicle systems are checked. The left and right TFT displays are activated on the instrument panel and when the signals have been checked, the gearbox display the key lock device must be released to remove the key: press button K and remove the key at the same time. 4 comes on (see page 132). K II 0 About your Vehicle 99

Fuel filler flap and neck Emergency Opening If the opening button does not work, the fuel filler flap can be opened manually by pulling the cable P on the right-hand side Warning of the luggage compartment: to access it, remove the shield R by Always turn off the engine during refuelling. pulling the two tabs shown in the figure. Do not smoke or use naked flames when refuelling. There is a risk of fire. The following can be harmful for your health: - fuel coming into contact with your skin - inhaling fuel vapours. Opening To open the fuel filler flap, press button M on the left edge of the driver-side floor. Closing To close the fuel filler flap, push it until it clicks in place. P M R 100 About your Vehicle

Capless filler neck This vehicle has a capless filler neck for fuelling. This system allows Warning you to refuel by opening the fuel filler flap and simply placing the Place the nozzle in the filler neck carefully to avoid damaging nozzle in the filler neck without having to unscrew a cap and screw the device seal. it up again. Do not try to open the external flap of the filler neck by pushing Two flaps placed in series, both with airtight seals, act as a cap. it with your fingers or lever it open using unsuitable tools (e.g. The external flap is locked by a series of “teeth” and the only way screwdrivers). This may damage the external flap mechanism to open the external flap correctly is by inserting a petrol pump and the seal. nozzle. Warning Do not overfill the fuel tank: this may cause the fuel to leak out. After fuelling, wait for about 5 seconds before slowly removing the nozzle from the filler neck: in this way, the last drops of fuel will flow into the tank and will not drip onto the vehicle. 4 Warning Do not place funnels or portable container nozzles in the filler neck. If you need to refuel from a portable fuel container, use only the funnel in the tool kit (see page 224) that releases the automatic closing device. About your Vehicle 101

Power windows Passenger-side power window The power windows can only be used with the ignition key in Press button B to move the window up or down. position II. Only manual operation is possible (partial opening) to raise the Driver-side power window window: when button B is released, the window stops at the position reached. Press button A to move the window up or down. To lower the window, automatic operation is also possible (full This allows manual operation (partial opening/closing) or opening): if the button is pressed at length (over 0.3 seconds) automatic operation (complete opening/closing): press button A automatic window operation is activated. The window will only and quickly release to activate manual operation; if the button is stop when it reaches the end of its travel or by pressing the button pressed at length (over 0.3 seconds), automatic window operation again. is activated. The window will only stop when it reaches the end of its travel or by pressing the button again. When the door is open, the window moves down to its “target position”; this is to prevent the window from colliding with the upper weather strip when it is closed. B A 102 About your Vehicle

Warning Improper use of the power windows can be dangerous. Before use, always check that people and objects are at a safe distance. Pay particular attention during the automatic operation of the driver-side power window. To protect the passengers remaining in the car against accidental activation of the power windows, always remove the key from the ignition. 4 About your Vehicle 103

Instruments and gauges 6 5 2 5 3 7 1 5 4 5 104 About your Vehicle

1 Left TFT display 2 Rev counter 3 Right TFT display 4 Gear display 4 5 Warning lights on the panel 6 Manettino status 7 Fuel level About your Vehicle 105

Left TFT display MAIN screen page Located on the instrument panel, it performs the following If you press the MAIN button, you activate the MAIN screen page functions: which can be used to access the four screen page groups SETUP, VDA, TRIP and STATUS. These groups contain the following screen - displays the control parameters pages: - displays general information while driving SETUP (pressing the UP button) - displays fault warnings. MENU screen page The driver can interact with the system by selecting the configuration and setting the parameters using the controls on the STATUS (pressing the DOWN button) dashboard to the left of the steering wheel. SPORT screen page The display is activated and set by pressing the MAIN (A), VDA (B), SPORT 2 screen page OK (C) and UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT (D) buttons. TYRES screen page (only if TPMS is present) VDA (pressing the LEFT button) Manettino status screen page TRIP (pressing the RIGHT button) TRIP A screen page TRIP B screen page A B C D 106 About your Vehicle

Press the RIGHT and LEFT buttons to sequentially switch between A - selected driving mode (Manettino position), windscreen wiper screen pages in a group. Press RIGHT to go to the next screen page status, outside temperature and “Warning: danger of ice” icon (for example, in the STATUS group from SPORT to SPORT 2) B - display of virtual control gauges, parking sensor screen page, and press LEFT to go to the previous screen page. Press the RIGHT display of abnormal events/warnings (message text and special button after the last screen page to go back to the first screen page symbol, when available), display of brightness adjustment and press the LEFT button after the first screen page to go back to function the last screen page. C - total or trip odometer (TRIP A or B), range When a screen page is called up, it remains on the display until you D - fuel level gauge, area for minimised symbol for faults that do decide to select another one. not have a specific warning light on the panel (see page 121), Every screen page consists of four display areas: speed repetition. 4 About your Vehicle 107

Display setting and configuration of vehicle parameters Navigation within the menu is on several levels; the first level offers a list of items through which the following parameters can be set or the following information can be displayed: Warning - Dimming: display dimming setting Display setting and parameter configuration should be - Display setup: display setup performed when the vehicle is stationary - Date/Hour: date and time setting - Language/M.U.: language and units of measurement setting MENU screen page - Car setup: vehicle parameter configuration Display setting and configuration of the various vehicle parameters - Calibr. TPMS: TPMS calibration (only if present) is possible using the MENU screen page (the only screen page in - Service: information on scheduled maintenance. the SETUP group) that can be directly called up by pressing the UP button when the MAIN screen page is activated. These items are the main menu functions. To scroll through the list of items, press the UP and DOWN buttons; to select the required function, press and quickly release the OK button or the RIGHT button. Dimming M.U. Distance Display setup M.U. Temp. Date/Hour Language Language/M.U.. Language/M.U. M.U. Pressure Car setup 108 About your Vehicle

Once the function has been selected, the individual subfunctions or Adjusting brightness parameters that can be activated are displayed. To select them, use The brightness of the two TFT displays on the instrument panel the UP and DOWN buttons and press and quickly release the OK can be adjusted by selecting the special item on the MENU screen (or RIGHT) button to activate a subsection or activate the selected page or by using the UP and DOWN buttons when the MENU parameter. screen page is not displayed or the chronometer is off if the To go back to a previous level in the menu hold down the OK Chronometer screen page is displayed. button, press the LEFT button or select the BACK item which is The first time one of the two buttons is pressed, the screen page normally in the list of subfunctions. If no operation is performed is displayed. The next time the buttons are pressed, the brightness for at least 10 seconds, the first menu level reappears on the can be adjusted. display. The adjustment made, which can be activated even when the vehicle is moving, can be seen immediately and does not affect the brightness of the warning lights on the panel. The screen page disappears when the OK button is pressed or automatically if it is not used for 5 seconds and is replaced by the screen page that was previously displayed. 4 DIMMING About your Vehicle 109

Date and time setting To set the date, call up the MENU screen page, select “Date/Hour” and “Date” and set the day, month and year using the UP, DOWN and OK buttons. To set the time, call up the MENU screen page, select “Date/Hour” and “Hour” and set the time using the UP, DOWN and OK buttons. By selecting “Date/Hour” and “Hour” you can also choose to display the time in the 24h or 12h format. 110 About your Vehicle

Fuel level gauge In limited cruising range conditions, the information on driving range in km is replaced by the words “Limited cruising range”. The fuel level gauge is always displayed in area D of the display (see page 107). The gauge has 9 yellow bars that gradually “turn off” as the fuel level drops. When the second bar goes off, the first bar turns red until fuel runs out. In “Fuel level low” condition, a warning light comes on on the panel (see page 124) and a special symbol and message are displayed for 10 seconds together with information on driving range in km. If the condition that has generated it persists, this 4 signal is repeated every 8 km (5 mi). Fuel level Fuel level Low low Limited Range cruising 86 km range About your Vehicle 111

SPORT screen page SPORT 2 screen page The SPORT screen page displays the following virtual gauges: The SPORT 2 screen page displays the following virtual gauges: - Engine coolant temperature - Engine oil pressure - Engine oil temperature - Voltmeter If the SPORT screen page is being displayed and an event occurs If the SPORT 2 screen page is being displayed and an event occurs that needs to be displayed as a symbol and/or special message, the that needs to be displayed as a symbol and/or special message, the virtual gauges are minimised. For further information, refer to the virtual gauges are minimised. For further information, refer to the “Fault displaying logic” paragraph on page 121. “Fault displaying logic” paragraph on page 121. 112 About your Vehicle

TYRES screen page (only if TPMS is present) The TYRES screen page, available only if the TPMS is present, displays a symbol of the vehicle with the pressure and temperature values for each tyre. If the TYRES screen page is being displayed and an event occurs that needs to be displayed as a symbol and/or special message, the screen page is minimised. For further information, refer to the “Fault displaying logic” paragraph on page 121. 4 About your Vehicle 113

Manettino status screen page Important note The “Manettino status” screen page, which can be called up by pressing the LEFT button when the MAIN screen page is displayed If there is a Manettino failure, the “Manettino Status” screen or by pressing the VDA button when any screen page is displayed, page cannot be displayed or recalled. displays a list of parameters which can be configured using the “Manettino” driving mode selector (see page 156) and indicates the configuration each one assumes in a specific driving mode. The systems involved are the following: - F1-Trac: traction control - E-Diff: electronic differential - 4WD: 4WD traction system - ESC: stability and traction control - F1-DC: dual clutch F1 gearbox - SCM: magnetorheologically controlled suspension. VEHICLE DYNAMICS F1-Trac E-Diff 4WD ESC F1-DC SCM 114 About your Vehicle

TRIP A and TRIP B screen pages The TRIP A or TRIP B screen page displays the following information: - Maximum speed - Average speed - Travel distance - Travel time - Range If the TRIP A or TRIP B screen page is being displayed and an event occurs that needs to be displayed as a symbol and/or special message, the screen page is minimised. For further information, 4 refer to the “Fault displaying logic” paragraph on page 121. To activate/deactivate display of the TRIP B screen page, call up the MENU screen page, select “Display setup”, “TRIP B”, and select either “ON” or “OFF”. TRIP A Mon 16 Nov Maximum speed 263 Km/h Average speed 124 Km/h Travel distance 292.8 Km Travel time 03:36 h:m Range 204 Km About your Vehicle 115

“Warning: danger of ice” message To set the value, use the UP and DOWN buttons. When the To warn the driver of the presence of ice on the road if the outside minimum limit of 30 km/h (17 mph) is reached, press the DOWN temperature is 3 °C (38 °F) or below, the “snow” symbol and the button again to deactivate the function or press the UP button “warning: danger of ice” message are displayed for 10 seconds in after reaching the maximum speed of 250 km/h (155 mph). The the top right of the display. function is normally deactivated (OFF). When they are displayed, the symbol and message appear instead of When the set limit is exceeded, the driver is informed in the the outside temperature; after 10 seconds, the outside temperature following way: is displayed again and the “snow” symbol appears next to it as long The symbol showing the set limit and a “speed limit exceeded” as the outside temperature remains 6 °C (43 °F) or below. message appear in the top right of the display for 10 seconds accompanied by an acoustic signal. Once the warning cycle has Speed limit setting and ended, the message disappears whereas the symbol continues to be “Speed limit exceeded” message displayed next to the outside temperature until the speed decreases The MENU screen page can be used to set a speed limit in the to 5 km/h (3 mph) below the set limit. range 30 - 250 km/h (17 - 155 mph) with 5 km/h (3 mph) steps which sends a message to the driver when exceeded. To set the speed limit, call up the MENU screen page by pressing the UP button when the MAIN screen page is activated. Select “Car setup” and “Speed limit”. Warning: 120 Speed limit danger of ice exceeded 116 About your Vehicle

Parking sensors The rear parking sensors are automatically activated when the key is in position II and reverse gear is engaged. When the rear sensors To help the driver when parking, the vehicle is fitted with four are activated, an acoustic signal warns the driver that the system has sensors in the rear bumper (rear parking sensors). The vehicle been activated. If the vehicle is also fitted with front sensors, these can be fitted on request with four sensors in the front and rear can be activated or deactivated by pressing the relative button on bumpers (front and rear parking sensors). the roof panel (see page 169). Warning “Stop and Go” function The system will only operate correctly if the sensors on the The “Stop & Go” function, available on vehicles with front and bumpers are free of mud, dirt, snow or ice. rear parking sensors, automatically activates the front sensors when vehicle speed is 10 km/h (6 mph) or below. This system has been designed to assist the driver in certain traffic conditions When approaching obstacles in front of or behind the vehicle, (e.g. tailbacks) and signals when the minimum distance is reached the parking sensors inform the driver of the distance between the between the vehicle and the vehicle in front. vehicle and the obstacle by way of acoustic signals, which become more frequent as the obstacle approaches, and visual signals in To activate or deactivate the system, call up the MENU screen page, select the items “Car setup”, “Parking sensor”, and select one of the 4 area B of the left TFT display (see page 107). By supplementing the driver's direct visual information with that provided by the system two options, “STOP&GO ON” and “STOP&GO OFF”. acoustic signals and visual warnings, potential collisions can be avoided when parking. Indication of obstacles The parking sensor system emits acoustic signals as soon as an Warning obstacle is detected which become more frequent as the obstacle approaches. The acoustic signal stops immediately if the distance It is the driver, however, who holds full responsibility for from the obstacle increases whereas the tone cycle remains parking manoeuvres and other potentially dangerous situations. constant if the measured distance from the central sensors remains The system has only been designed as an aid during parking unchanged. manoeuvres since it detects obstacles that are outside the The vehicle symbol and sensor detection zones appear on the driver's field of vision. left TFT display: these zones indicate which part of the vehicle Use of the sensors therefore does not mean that the driver can is approaching an obstacle (if front or rear and if left, right or be less careful and attentive and not watch out for persons and central) and the distance from the obstacle (maximum, medium or obstacles during parking manoeuvres. minimum). About your Vehicle 117

If an obstacle is detected at maximum distance in the central front The maximum, medium and minimum distances of obstacles part, it will be displayed as shown below (green). displayed in green, orange and red vary according to whether they If an obstacle is detected at medium distance in the central front are rear or front sensors: part, it will be displayed as shown below (orange). Rear sensors: If an obstacle is detected at minimum distance in the central front Maximum distance (green): 80 to 70 cm - 31 to 28 in. (central area, part, it will be displayed as shown below (red). 150 to 70 cm - 59 to 28 in.) Medium distance (orange): 69 to 41 cm (27 to 16 in.) Minimum distance (red): 40 to 0 cm (16 to 0 in.) Front sensors: Maximum distance (green): 73 to 53 cm - 29 to 21 in. (central area, 110 to 70 cm - 43 to 28 in.) Medium distance (orange): 52 to 31 cm (20 to 12 in.) Minimum distance (red): 30 to 0 cm (12 to 0 in.) 118 About your Vehicle

If the front sensors are deactivated or not present, the display does If the parking sensor system symbols are being displayed and an not show the symbols in the front. In the same way, if front sensors event occurs that needs to be displayed as an icon and/or special are fitted and the rear ones are not activated, the display only message, the symbol is moved from the centre of the display to the shows the symbols in the front. If all the sensors are activated, the right as shown below. system can give several pieces of information at the same time: if an obstacle is detected at a maximum distance in the front central Cleaning the sensors part and at a minimum distance in the rear right part, it will be When cleaning the sensors, be very careful not to scratch or displayed as shown below. damage them and avoid using dry, rough or hard cloths. The sensors must be washed with clean water and car shampoo added if necessary. In car washes that use steam jet or high pressure water cleaning equipment, quickly clean the sensors keeping the nozzle at a distance of at least 10 cm (4 in.). For the repainting of bumpers or retouching the paintwork in the sensor area, contact the Ferrari Service Network. If paint is applied incorrectly, it may prevent the parking sensors from working properly. 4 Catalysts temp. too high Engine performance limited About your Vehicle 119

Indication of parking sensor failure The system ECU checks all the components each time the reverse Important note gear is engaged. If at least one parking sensor is faulty, the special The signals sent by the sensors may also be affected by damage symbol (see page 129) is displayed on the left TFT display together to the sensors caused by dirt, snow or ice on the sensors or with the message “Parking sensor failure. Warning! Possible by ultrasound systems (e.g. pneumatic brakes on lorries or obstacles” accompanied by an acoustic signal. pneumatic drills) in the vicinity. Important note The sensors are able to detect obstacles with reasonably large, Warning even surfaces (e.g.: poles with diameters of over 60 mm (2.4 in.), It is the driver, however, who holds full responsibility for walls, barriers, trees). Detection is not optimum with obstacles parking manoeuvres and other potentially dangerous situations. with sharp projections or uneven surfaces. The system has only been designed as an aid during parking manoeuvres since it detects obstacles that are outside the driver's field of vision. Important note The sensors are therefore not a substitute for the driver's care During parking manoeuvres, always take the utmost care since and attention when parking and checking for the presence of obstacles may be located above or below the sensors. persons or objects. Important note Objects placed close to the rear part of the vehicle are not always detected by the system and may therefore damage the vehicle or be damaged themselves. 120 About your Vehicle

Fault display When the display cycle ends, if the fault has a special warning light on the panel, the screen page that was displayed prior to the Fault displaying logic event reappears and the symbol is not minimised in area D. The warning light remains on until the cause of malfunctioning has When a fault occurs, the corresponding warning light (if present) been resolved. comes on on the panel whereas a description of the fault (if available) and the relevant symbol (if available) are displayed on If the fault is resolved within 20 seconds, it remains displayed and the left TFT display. The message appears on the display as soon as the warning light remains lit for 2 seconds. the warning light (if present) comes on and the main screen page that is displayed at that time is reduced. “ESCAPE” function The fault remains on the display for 20 seconds. When the display Displaying a fault on the screen can be interrupted by pressing and cycle ends, if the fault does not have a special warning light on the quickly releasing the OK button with “ESCAPE” function. When panel, the symbol remains minimised in area D of the display (see the OK button is pressed, the screen page that was displayed prior page 107) until the cause of malfunctioning has been resolved. In to the event reappears. If the fault does not have a special warning area B the main screen page is displayed in “maximum” size. light on the panel, the symbol remains minimised in area D until the cause of malfunctioning has been resolved. 4 Catalysts temp. too high Engine performance limited About your Vehicle 121

Fault priority levels Indication of failure of turn indicators and running lights The simultaneous display of several faults follows a logic that A failure of the running lights (front and/or rear) and turn depends on the priority level assigned to it: indicators (front and/or rear) is indicated in the same way as other Priority level 0 - Extremely critical fault faults but the vehicle symbol with the faulty running light or turn indicator indicated in red is displayed together with a description Priority level 1 - Critical fault of the failure instead of the “Lamp failure” symbol (see page 125). Priority level 2 - Non-critical fault When the display cycle ends or the OK button with “ESCAPE” When several fault events occur at the same time, faults with function has been pressed, the “Lamp failure” symbol is minimised. priority level 0 are displayed first, followed by priority level 1 and then priority level 2. The information on the various faults is displayed in turn for 5 seconds each. In any case, the total display time for each fault is never less than 20 seconds. If a fault message with priority level 1 or 2 is being displayed, the priority level 2 message is only displayed once the priority level 1 message has been displayed for at least 2 seconds. If, on the other hand, another new priority level 0 fault occurs, this is displayed immediately. Lamp Failure 122 About your Vehicle

“Doors, engine or luggage compartment lid open” function display If one or more doors or the engine and/or luggage compartment lid are open, the vehicle symbol appears on the display and indicates which doors or lids are open together with a special message. If the vehicle is in motion, an acoustic signal is also emitted. When the display cycle ends or the OK button with “ESCAPE” function has been pressed, the special symbol is minimised (see page 130). 4 Doors open About your Vehicle 123

List of left TFT display symbols and warning lights on the panel Alternator failure red Indicates there is a fault in the recharging system TFT Warning Description and warnings red (priority level 1). light Low windscreen washer fluid level Alarm system failure Indicates a low level of washer fluid in the orange windscreen washer tank (priority level 2). orange Indicates a fault in the alarm system orange (priority level 1). Oil temperature System not programmed (priority level 2). Indicates that the oil temperature is too high Failure and system not programmed red red (priority level 0). (priority level 1). Turn off the engine and contact the Ferrari Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Service Network. Alarm system failure (priority level 2). Adaptive headlights failure Break-in attempted (priority level 2). Indicates there is a failure in the adaptive orange orange orange headlight system (priority level 2). Fuel level low Windscreen wiper motor failure Indicates that the fuel level is too low (priority orange level 2). Indicates a windscreen wiper motor failure orange (priority level 2). orange Battery conditioner connected Engine coolant temperature When the instrument panel is on, it indicates that the Indicates that the engine coolant temperature is red battery conditioner is connected (priority level 0). red red too high (priority level 0). Inertia switch Indicates activation of the inertia switch following Turn off the engine and contact the Ferrari an accident and the resulting cut-out of the fuel Service Network. orange supply (priority level 0). The hazard warning lights are also automatically activated. 124 About your Vehicle

Oil pressure External lights failure red Indicates that the engine oil pressure is too low Indicates a system fault or blowing of a bulb in the red (priority level 0). orange running, turn indicator or rear fog lights (priority level 2). Turn off the engine and contact the Ferrari Service Network. Number plate lights failure Indicates a system failure or blowing of the number A flashing warning light indicates an engine oil orange plate light bulb (priority level 2). red pressure sensor failure (priority level 2). Rear fog lights Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Indicates a rear fog light failure. orange Engine diagnostic system (EOBD) failure Twilight sensor failure orange orange While the engine is running, it indicates a fault in the emission control system and in the ignition/ orange Indicates a twilight sensor failure (priority level 2). 4 injection system (priority level 0). High beams Indicates that the high beam lights are on. Turn off the engine and contact the Ferrari blue Service Network. The light also comes on when flashing. Right turn indicator After turning the ignition key to position II, it remains on for a self-check for a few seconds after Indicates that the right turn indicator is on. the engine has started. green Running lights Left turn indicator green Indicates that the running lights or low beam lights Indicates that the left turn indicator is on. are on. green Stop lights failure Indicates a system failure or blowing of the STOP orange light bulb (priority level 2). About your Vehicle 125

Hazard warning lights Power steering failure green Simultaneous switching on of the right and left turn Indicates that the power steering system is indicator warning lights indicates that the hazard orange inefficient (priority level 2). warning lights are on. Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Catalytic converter temperature Indicates that the catalytic converter temperature is ABS red too high: stop the vehicle (priority level 0). Indicates an ABS system failure (priority level 1). orange orange Contact the Ferrari Service Network. The standard braking system is still functioning. Indicates that the catalytic converter temperature is Contact the Ferrari Service Network. very high: reduce speed until the symbol goes out (priority level 1). ESC deactivated orange Indicates a failure of the catalytic converter Symbol and warning light indicate that the ESC orange temperature sensor (priority level 0). orange system has been deactivated (priority level 1). The symbol is displayed for 5 seconds together with Checking the engine oil level the “ESC off” message. Indicates a low engine oil level (priority level 0). orange Seat heating Indicates that the heated seat function has been orange activated (the symbol and message remain displayed for 5 seconds). Seat ventilation Indicates that the seat ventilation function has orange been activated (the symbol and message remain displayed for 5 seconds). 126 About your Vehicle

4WD system failure/4WD system not available 4WD and ESC system failure Together with a special message, the symbol Indicates a failure in the 4WD traction system and orange orange indicates: orange ESC system. A 4WD traction system failure (priority level 0). Warning Warning Stop the vehicle and avoid sudden braking or steering. Stop driving and contact the Ferrari If this is the case, the 4WD traction system is Service Network immediately. not available. Slow down and drive carefully, especially in low-grip conditions. Contact the Ferrari Service Network as soon Warning as possible. The vehicle can still be driven at low speed Contact the Ferrari Service Network even if the message disappears. (max. 40 km/h - 25 mph) to clear the road. 4 ESC system failure Indicates a failure in the ESC system (priority The 4WD traction system temperature is too high. orange orange level 1). The 4WD traction system oil pressure is too low. Warning Warning Stop the vehicle and avoid sudden braking or In these two cases, the 4WD traction system steering. Stop driving and contact the Ferrari functions are reduced or temporarily unavailable. Service Network immediately. Slow down and drive carefully, especially in low-grip conditions until the failure is no longer displayed. Warning The vehicle can still be driven at low speed (max. 40 km/h - 25 mph) to clear the road. About your Vehicle 127

ESC system activation (flashing warning light) Airbag system failure Indicates that the ESC system has been activated Indicates an airbag system failure (priority level 0). orange red (priority level 1). red With the warning light in flashing mode, it indicates CCM brake discs worn that the airbag test cycle has not been completed (priority level 0). Indicates that the carbon ceramic brake discs are orange worn (priority level 2). Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Driver-side seat belt not fastened Indicates that the driver-side seat belt has not been TPMS red fastened (priority level 0) together with an acoustic orange Indicates a puncture in one or more standard tyres signal lasting 90 sec. orange (priority level 0) or Run Flat tyres (priority level 2). Passenger-side seat belt not fastened With the warning light in flashing mode for a maximum of 90 seconds after which it remains on Indicates that the passenger-side seat belt is not red fastened (priority level 0). in fixed mode, it indicates: red A failure in the TPMS (priority level 2). Speed limit exceeded TPMS temporarily inactive (priority level 2). Indicates that the speed set by the driver has TPMS inactive (priority level 2). been exceeded (priority level 2), the figure shown indicates the set speed. TPMS not calibrated (priority level 2). E-Diff system failure Doors/front and rear lids open E-DIFF Indicates an electronic differential failure The symbol, which is minimised, indicates that one orange (priority level 1). red or more doors and/or lids are open. E-DIFF red 128 About your Vehicle

Brake malfunction “LIFT” system failure Indicates that the brake fluid level is low (priority Indicates a Front Lift system failure (priority red red level 0). orange level 1). Indicates an EPB (electric parking brake) failure Generic failure (priority level 0). Indicates an airbag warning light failure (priority Indicates an overhaul of the Parking Brake system level 2). orange (priority level 0). Indicates a Manettino failure (priority level 1). Indicates a failure in the electronic system Indicates an EBD system failure (priority level 0). (priority level 2). red red TPMS Indicates that calibration of the TPMS has been activated. 4 orange green Rain sensor failure Brake pad wear Indicates a rain sensor failure (priority level 2). Indicates excessive wear of the brake pads (priority red orange red level 2). Suspension control system failure Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Indicates a malfunction in the suspension control orange system (priority level 2). Parking sensor failure Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Indicates that the parking sensor system is faulty orange (priority level 2). “LIFT” status Scheduled Maintenance (Service) When on in fixed mode, it indicates that the Lift Indicates the Scheduled Maintenance deadline. green system is activated (vehicle raised). green When on in flashing mode, it indicates that the Lift system is being operated (activation or deactivation AVH system cycle). Indicates an AVH system failure (priority level 0). orange About your Vehicle 129

Ice hazard Stop&Start on/Stop&Start system warnings Indicates that the outside temperature is 3 °C Together with a special message, it indicates: (38 °F) or lower, highlighting the risk of icy road orange Stop&Start system on. surfaces. Stop&Start system active. Drive carefully in these conditions and slow down Stop&Start system not available or temporarily since tyre grip is significantly reduced. deactivated. Warning Stop&Start off. Indicates that the Stop&Start system has been In this condition, activate the “Low grip” driving orange deactivated. mode. Stop&Start failure Parking brake Indicates a failure in the Stop&Start system Indicates that the parking brake is applied. orange (priority level 1). red Stop&Start failure Gearbox failure Indicates a failure in the Stop&Start system Indicates a system failure (priority level 1). red red (priority level 0). red Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Cruise Control Indicates that the Cruise Control has been green green activated/deactivated. 130 About your Vehicle

Electronic rev counter Engine RPM LED on steering wheel (optional) The electronic rev counter indicates the engine RPM. The numbers The five LEDs on the steering wheel rim (available on request) on the dial multiplied by 1000 correspond to the engine RPM in light up in sequence and inform the driver that the maximum one minute. engine RPM has been reached for gearshifting. When 5,400 RPM Avoid engine speed rates in the red sector. is reached, the first LED comes on; the others come on in sequence when 6,050, 6,700, 7,350 and 8,100 RPM are reached. There is a space to the bottom right of the rev counter for the display which gives information on dual clutch transmission (DCT). The LEDs on the steering wheel can be deactivated using the MENU screen page on the left TFT display (see page 108): call up the MENU screen page, select the items “Car setup” and “RPM on Important note steer” and then select OFF. To reactivate the function, select ON. If the rev counter has a white or yellow background, backlighting is not activated in daytime conditions (i.e. with the running lights off or with the running lights on but with the twilight sensor detecting daytime conditions) to improve visibility of the gauge. 4 About your Vehicle 131

Gearbox display Gear engaged The display which gives information on dual clutch transmission The gearbox display shows the number or letter indicating the (DCT) is found to the bottom right of the rev counter; with the engaged gear in the centre. ignition key in position II, it displays the following information: N Neutral - Gear engaged; R Reverse - Indication of “Automatic gearbox” mode; 1 1st gear - Indication of “Auto easy exit” mode; 2 2nd gear - Indication of gearbox in “Parking” mode; 3 3rd gear - Indication of Launch Control activated; 4 etc. - Indication of AVH system activated. When the key is turned to off, the display remains on for at least 3 seconds and displays the engaged gear. If the control panel reads N (Neutral), the letter N is displayed and a buzzer will sound. Important note Information on the gearbox is useful in all operating conditions. 132 About your Vehicle

Indication of “Automatic gearbox” mode Indication of Launch Control activated When the gearbox is used in “automatic” mode (see page 176), the When the gearbox is used in “manual” mode and the Launch word “auto” appears in the bottom of the gearbox display together Control function is requested by pressing the special button on with the number or letter indicating the engaged gear. the centre console (see page 193), the word “launch” appears in Indication of “Auto easy exit” mode the bottom of the gearbox display. The word remains while the function is activated. When the gearbox is used in “Auto easy exit” mode (see page 176), the word “auto” appears in the bottom of the display together with Indication of AVH system activated a small “arrow” pointing downwards on the left. In certain circumstances, when the AVH system is activated (see Indication of gearbox in “Parking” mode page 191), the word “HOLD” appears in the top of the gearbox display. When the gearbox is in “Parking” mode, i.e. the Park Lock gearbox locking device is activated (see page 192), the letter “P” appears in the centre of the gearbox display. 4 About your Vehicle 133

Right TFT display “Speedometer” screen page Located on the instrument panel, it performs the following The “Speedometer” screen page indicates the speed by displaying a functions: virtual analogue speedometer. - it displays the speedometer “Digital speed” screen page - it displays the “Rear Parking Camera” and “Dual View Camera” The “Digital speed” screen page indicates the speed in digital form. (optional) screen pages - it displays infotainment system information in minimised form Important note The speedometer is always also displayed in digital form in area Speedometer display D of the left TFT display (speed repetition, see page 107). The speedometer can be displayed on the right TFT display in “Speedometer” or “Digital speed” mode. Time display To select the desired display mode, call up the MENU screen page By selecting the special item on the MENU screen page of the left on the left TFT display (see page 108) and select the items “Display TFT display, you can activate/deactivate the time display in the top setup”, “Display right”. right of the “Speedometer” and “Digital speed” screen page. The time is displayed approximately 10 seconds after key-on. 126 134 About your Vehicle

“Rear Parking Camera” screen page (optional) If the vehicle has a rear parking camera (optional), the “Rear Parking Camera” screen page is automatically displayed on the right TFT display when reverse gear is engaged. This screen page, which continues to be displayed until reverse gear is disengaged, shows the field of vision of the camera mounted on the rear bumper and helps the driver when parking. The image is integrated with static green, yellow and red grids that indicate the distance of the obstacles that come into the camera's field of vision: the area inside the red grid covers approximately 0 to 60 cm (0-24 in.), the yellow grid 60 to 130 cm (24-51 in.) and the green grid 130 to 190 cm (51-75 in.). 4 About your Vehicle 135

“Dual View Camera” (optional) screen page The front camera images are not displayed if the vehicle exceeds If the vehicle has a “Dual View Camera” system consisting of 12 km/h (7 mph). another camera mounted in the front bumper in addition to the When reverse gear is engaged, the “Rear Parking Camera” view rear parking camera, the following views are displayed on the right is automatically displayed on the right TFT display. With reverse TFT display: gear engaged, press button C to switch between the two rear views - central front view with wide-angle lens available. - front side angle view To display the speedometer again, hold down button C or disengage reverse gear if it is engaged. and, with only reverse gear engaged: - rear view with grids (“Rear Parking Camera”) - rear view with wide-angle lens. The view can be selected by pressing button C on the dashboard: if the speedometer is displayed on the right TFT display, quickly press button C to display the central front view. Press the button again to switch between the two front views available. C 136 About your Vehicle

Passenger display (optional) Hold down the DISP button A to switch the passenger display on and off. Quickly press button A to switch from one screen to The passenger display B (available on request) has been designed another. to allow the front passenger to participate more in trips and provides access to a number of vehicle parameters which are normally only available to the driver. The passenger display shows information displayed on the following screens on the instrument panel: - Performance: engaged gear, RPM, speed - TRIP A: distance travelled, travel time, average and maximum speed - TRIP B (if activated): distance travelled, travel time, average and maximum speed - Manettino status: 4 Manettino position and vehicle parameter status. rpm x1000 gear km\h TRIP A Travel distance [km] A B Travel time [hh:mm] TRIP A Maximum speed [km\h] Average speed [km\h] SCM Trac F1-DC ESC E-diff SPORT About your Vehicle 137

Infotainment system 5 1 6 7 2 8 3 9 4 10 1 Open/close display to access CD/DVD player 6 Activate telephone function 2 SEEK +/- functions 7 Call up context/system settings menu 3 Change RADIO/MEDIA mode 8 Call up Navigation mode 4 Switch on/off system and volume adjustment 9 USB/iPod®/iPhone® connector 5 Activate voice commands 10 AUX connector 138 About your Vehicle

Characteristics User interface The vehicle infotainment system has the following functions: The infotainment system information is displayed on the 6.5” display in the centre of the dashboard. Users can interact with the system by pressing the screen which uses touchscreen technology - 6.5” touchscreen display and using the controls located on both sides of the display and - MW/LW/FM radio behind the steering wheel. - Retractable CD/DVD player - 40 GB hard disk drive Warning - USB/iPod®/iPhone® connector Do not touch the display with hard or sharp objects because - AUX connector they may damage the touchscreen surface. - Satellite navigator - Bluetooth connection - Voice commands. 4 About your Vehicle 139

Controls on dashboard 5) activate voice commands (Voice Recognition) 1) open/close display Press button 5 to activate the voice commands. Before issuing a Press button 1 to open or close the display. After opening the voice command, wait for the confirmation beep. display, it takes a few seconds to eject any CD/DVD that is in the 6) activate telephone function player. Press button 6 to activate the telephone function. If there are no paired devices, pair a new telephone (see page 151). Important note 7) call up context menu When placing a disc in the player slot, make sure the label is Press button 7 to call up the context and system settings menu. facing upwards. 8) Navigation mode Press button 8 to call up the Navigation mode. With Navigation The display closes automatically after inserting the disc. mode activated, press button 8 to go from the Navi menu to the Map and vice versa. Important note 9) USB/iPod®/iPhone® connection It may take a few seconds to recognise the type of disc inserted Lift flap 9 to access the USB connection. For more information (CD, DVD, MP3, etc.). on the supported devices and the second USB connection on the passenger side dashboard, see page 147. 2) SEEK 10) AUX connection Press buttons 2 (SEEK +/SEEK -) to search for radio stations on LW, The AUX connection 10 can be used to connect external audio MW or FM or search for tracks in MEDIA mode. devices. 3) RADIO/MEDIA Press button 3 to go from RADIO mode to MEDIA mode and vice versa. 4) ON/OFF and volume control Press control 4 to switch the system on or off. Turn it to adjust the volume. 140 About your Vehicle

Controls on the steering wheel The SCAN + D and SCAN - E buttons are on the right-hand As well as using the commands on both sides of the touchscreen steering wheel spoke. They are used to scan the radio stations (if display, the infotainment system can be controlled using buttons RADIO mode is activated) or go to the next or previous track (if located on the back of the steering wheel as indicated by the MEDIA mode is activated). The SOURCE F button is used to select arrows in the figure. the available sources (MW, LW, FM, DISC, HDD and AUX). Buttons A and B for volume control and button VR/TEL C are on the left-hand steering wheel spoke: press button A to increase the volume and press button B to decrease it. Hold down button B to mute the volume (MUTE function). To deactivate volume muting, press button A. Button C is used to activate the voice commands; if the voice recognition function is already activated, it can be deactivated by quickly pressing button C. If there is an incoming call, quickly press button C to accept it or hold it down to refuse it. 4 A D C F B E About your Vehicle 141

Repetition on display of infotainment system information System settings You can select whether to also display infotainment system Press the MENU button to the right of the display. information on the right TFT display of the instrument panel via the MENU function on the left TFT display (see page 108). Audio control If repetition is activated, the information is displayed in minimised form in the bottom part of the right TFT display as shown in the Press the electronic “Audio Control” button to adjust the balance, figure below (example with “Audio” and “Navigation” repetitions fading and equalisation of the Hi-Fi system. activated). To activate/deactivate repetition of infotainment system Daytime/nighttime colour mode and adjusting brightness information, call up the MENU screen page using the controls In the top right of the display, press the electronic “Display Setting” on the dashboard to the left of the steering wheel and select the button to set display brightness. Select “Daytime Colours” to item “Display setup”, and select either ON or OFF for repetition of activate the daytime mode or “Nighttime Colours” to activate the audio information (“Audio repetit.”), the telephone function (“Tel. nighttime mode. In both cases, the brightness can be adjusted repetition”) and navigation (“Nav. repetition”). using the electronic UP and DOWN buttons on the right of the display. If “Auto Colour Mode” is selected, the display automatically adopts daytime or nighttime mode depending on the ambient light or how the vehicle light switch is set (see page 164). OPEN CLOSE T FM Menu M C Display Setting SEEK My Files RDS Settings Screen TEL Off SEEK TMC Traffic Presets List MENU Default View RADIO System Setup NAV MEDIA Picture VOLUME Audio Control View USB Map PULL View PUSH ON AUX 142 About your Vehicle

Display mode: Default/Picture/Map RADIO function While using the RADIO or MEDIA functions, the system displays In RADIO mode you can select the three frequency bands available three types of information on the right of the display: the Ferrari by pressing the electronic buttons, MW, LW and FM displayed in logo (Default display); an image selected from those on the hard the top left of the display. disk (Picture display) or the Navigation system map (Map display). Once you have selected the desired band, you can change the To select the desired mode, once you have pressed the MENU station you are listening to using the SEEK + and SEEK - buttons button, select one of the three electronic buttons, “Default View”, to the left of the display, the electronic “SCAN” and “DIRECT “Picture View” or “Map View”, on the left of the display. TUNE” buttons or the left and right arrows. Storing radio stations You can store 12 radio stations for each band: to display the list of stored stations, press the electronic “PRESETS” button in the 4 bottom of the display. The list of 12 preset stations is divided into three parts: to scroll through the list, use the UP and DOWN arrows. To store a new station, once you have tuned in, press one of the 12 preset stations for approximately 2 seconds until you hear a confirmation beep. OPEN OPEN CLOSE T CLOSE T HDD DISC AUX TV M MW LW FM M C C SEEK iPhone TEL SEEK 1 89.9 TEL SEEK SEEK 97.1 1 MENU 2 88.1 MENU DIRECT RADIO RADIO TUNE 3 98.1 MEDIA NAV MEDIA of 3 NAV VOLUME SCAN DEVICES USB VOLUME SCAN 4 95.3 USB PULL PULL 4:10 TRACKS 6:42 TP PRESETS i PUSH ON AUX PUSH ON AUX About your Vehicle 143

MEDIA function After opening the display, it takes a few seconds to eject any CD/DVD that is in the player. If the disc is not removed within 10 Four different Audio/Video sources are available in MEDIA mode: seconds, the unit will reload it. disc (DISC), Hard Disk (HDD), AUX (if an external device is connected via USB, AUX cable or Bluetooth connection), and TV The system can play compact discs (CD), recordable compact discs (optional). (CD-R) and rewritable compact discs (CD-RW), DVD-Rs, DVD+Rs, DVD-RWs and DVD+RWs. To select the desired source, press the electronic buttons displayed in the top left of the display. The system plays these formats: MP3, WMA, CD Audio, DVD Audio and DVD Video, DVD-ROM, DVD Plus, DualDisc, SA-CD (CD Disc mode (DISC) Layer). The system has a retractable CD/DVD player: to access the player Insert supported CD/DVD formats only. and insert a disc, press the OPEN/CLOSE button to the right of The formats SACD (SACD Layer) VCD, SVCD and VCD on the display. MPEG-4 DVDs are not supported. Important note Important note When placing a disc in the player slot, make sure the label is It may take a few seconds to recognise the type of disc inserted facing upwards. (CD, DVD, MP3, etc.). The display closes automatically after inserting the disc. Warning The player only accepts 12 cm (4 3/4 inch) discs. The use of different-sized discs may damage the player mechanism. 144 About your Vehicle

Playing an audio disc Playing a video DVD After inserting an audio disc in the player, the system selects the appropriate mode once it has recognised the disc and starts to play Important note the first track. You can only watch video DVDs on the infotainment system To go on to the next or previous track, you can use the SEEK screen if you stop the vehicle and engage the parking brake. The + and SEEK - buttons to the right of the display, the D and option is not available in all countries. E buttons behind the right-hand steering wheel spoke or the electronic buttons which appear on the display. Once you have inserted a video DVD in the player slot, playing To display and run through the list of tracks, press the electronic starts automatically. To watch the video on the screen, press the “TRACKS” button in the bottom of the display. electronic “VIDEO” button; to view and select the available chapters, press the electronic “CHAPTERS” button. Playing an MP3/WMA disc An MP3/WMA disc can contain audio files in a folder structure. By pressing the electronic “TRACKS” button, the list of folders is displayed. To open the folders, press the corresponding symbols. 4 OPEN OPEN CLOSE T CLOSE T HDD DISC AUX TV M HDD DISC AUX TV M C C SEEK CD Audio TEL SEEK DVD Video TEL Track 01 Chapter 1 SEEK 0:12 1 SEEK 00:00 1 TRK 2 of 13 Track 02 MENU CHP 1 of 1 MENU RADIO Track 03 RADIO MEDIA of 4 NAV MEDIA of 1 NAV VOLUME SCAN Track 04 USB VOLUME ENTER USB PULL PULL 4:12 TRACKS 1:49 CHAPTERS VIDEO PUSH ON AUX PUSH ON AUX About your Vehicle 145

Video DVD playing controls Hard Disk (HDD) mode In video playing mode, touch any part of the screen to display the The Hard Disk (HDD) mode provides access to the audio files in DVD playing controls which include: stop, pause, fast rewind, fast the 40 GB hard disk which is part of the system. forward, next chapter (“NEXT”) and start of chapter being played/ Playing audio tracks is the same as the disc mode except that the previous chapter (“PREV”). internal hard disk can contain more tracks. Before using the HDD mode, the tracks must be copied onto the Video DVD menu internal hard disk. If a video DVD is inserted in the player and you are in disc mode, press the MENU button to the right of the display to display the Copying an audio CD onto the hard disk video DVD menu. To set the DVD parameters, press the electronic To copy an audio CD onto the hard disk, insert the CD and press “DVD Setup” button. the electronic “COPY” button. The parameters which can be configured are: “Menu Language”, The progress of the copying tracks on the CD process is shown on “Audio Language”, “Subtitles”, “Camera Angle” and “Brightness”. the display. Important note During the copying procedure, the audio CD cannot be played but you can use the RADIO function. Important note OPEN CLOSE When an audio CD is copied onto HDD, the audio files are SEEK TEL converted from Audio CD to WMA. Audio DVDs cannot be SEEK ENTER MENU copied onto HDD. RADIO MEDIA NAV VOLUME USB 6:14 PULL HIDE PUSH ON AUX 146 About your Vehicle

Copying files from a WMA/MP3 CD or USB device onto the Hard Disk External device mode (AUX) The system allows you to select the individual tracks you want to In AUX mode, you can play audio files stored on external devices. copy onto the hard disk from a WMA/MP3 CD or from an external These can be connected to the system via the two USB connectors USB device: insert a WMA/MP3 CD or a USB device and press the located to the right of the display and (if present) on the passenger MENU button to the right of the display. Select the items on the side dashboard respectively, the AUX connector to the right of display “My Files”, “My Music”, “Add Music Files to HDD”, “From the display or the Bluetooth connection once the device has been disc” or “From USB” and then select the folders or tracks you want paired (audio streaming). to copy onto HDD. Once you have completed the selection, press the electronic “DONE” button to start the copying process. USB/iPod®/iPhone® connection The USB connector to the right of the display has a small cover to Important note protect it from dust or damage. To access the connector, put your Some MP3 players do not allow tracks to be copied onto other finger under the arrow indicating the opening and pull. devices. If the vehicle does not have the “passenger display” option (see page 137), there is a compartment with a second USB connector G on the passenger side dashboard. To open the compartment and 4 access the connector, press on the left-hand side of the flap. Using the two USB connectors, you can also play audio files from iPod® and iPhone® devices using the special USB cable supplied with the device. G About your Vehicle 147

AUX connection Bluetooth connection (audio streaming) The AUX connector is used to connect the headphone output of an The audio files on mobile telephones paired via Bluetooth can be external audio device (e.g. MP3 player) to the system and play the played by the system in audio streaming. For further information on tracks. To connect the device, insert a 3.5 mm stereo mini-jack cable pairing a mobile phone to the infotainment system, see page 151. (not supplied with the vehicle) in the connector located to the right Playing tracks is the same as other external devices connected via of the display and in the device headphone connector. USB connection or AUX cable. When the cable is connected, the system automatically goes into AUX mode. OPEN OPEN CLOSE T CLOSE T HDD DISC AUX TV M C Bluetooth Devices M C SEEK iPhone TEL SEEK GT-I5800 TEL Track 01 SEEK 0:12 1 SEEK 1 TRK 2 of 13 Track 02 MENU MENU of RADIO Track 03 RADIO MEDIA of 4 NAV MEDIA 1 NAV VOLUME SCAN DEVICES Track 04 USB VOLUME USB PULL PULL 4:12 TRACKS 5:37 PAIR EXIT PUSH ON AUX PUSH ON AUX 148 About your Vehicle

Navigation function (NAV) Select a country from the list and press “CHANGE”. Once the country has been set, press “Input Street”. A keyboard appears Press the NAV button to the right of the display to go to Navigation on the display which you can use to enter the name of a street mode. Press the NAV button again to switch from the Main Menu to located in the set country. As you type in the name, the number of the Map and vice versa. possible roads decreases: to display a list of possible street names, press “LIST”. Once you have selected the road, enter the number Entering a new destination and then press “CONTINUE”. If the number is not entered, the To enter a new destination, access the main NAV menu and press navigator takes you to the part of the street nearest to the current the electronic “New Destination” button. The options available position. appear on the display: the destination can be entered by selecting On the “Confirm Route to” screen, you can change the destination it from the places or addresses previously saved (“Favourite Places” by going back to the previous screens or pressing the arrow in the or “Address Book”), by pressing on a section of road or on an icon top left of the display. Otherwise, press “GO” to start the guided displayed on the Map (“Point on Map”) or by selecting a route tour. previously saved (“Saved Trails”). To enter the destination by manually entering the address, press the electronic “Street Address” button. To change the country, press 4 the button with the name of the country currently selected in the bottom of the display. OPEN OPEN CLOSE T CLOSE T NAV - Main Menu M C Destination Entry M C SEEK New Destination TEL SEEK 123 Street Address TEL Point of Interest Favourite Places SEEK SEEK Recent Places Favourite POls MENU Address Book Intersection MENU RADIO MEDIA My Trips Emergency Info NAV RADIO MEDIA Point on Map City Centre NAV VOLUME Guide Me Home Where Am I Now? USB VOLUME Saved Trails Geo Coordinates USB FM 96.8 PULL PULL 6:34 TP MAP 6:35 Point of Interest PUSH ON AUX PUSH ON AUX About your Vehicle 149

Voice Recognition (VR) Voice training The Voice Recognition (VR) system controls the Radio, Media, If you have problems getting the system to recognise your own Navigator and Telephone functions by using simple voice voice commands, you can use the voice training function. commands. Press button (5) to activate the VR function, say “start voice To activate the voice commands, press the button (5) to the right of training” and repeat the words and phrases when the system the display (see page 138). Once the confirmation beep has been prompts you to do so. To achieve the best results, the voice training emitted, you can issue commands. If no command is given after session should be performed when the vehicle is parked, the engine a few seconds, the system scans the list of available options and is running, all windows are closed and the air conditioning and displays the most important ones on the display. heating system is off. To stop the system while it lists the options, press button (5) again, If the system does not recognise the words “start voice training”, wait for the acoustic signal and issue the command. Each time the press the MENU button to the right of the system and then the system does not recognise a command, it will ask you to repeat it. electronic “System Setup” and “Voice Recognition” buttons. The universal commands which can be given regardless of the function in use are: CANCEL, REPEAT, HELP and MAIN MENU. All the other commands can be used according to the application in use at that time. 150 About your Vehicle

Telephone function Pairing a Bluetooth telephone/device The telephone function is a hands-free in-vehicle communications Press the MENU button to the right of the display and then press system which allows you to dial a phone number with your mobile the electronic “System Setup” and “Device Pairing” buttons A list of phone using simple voice commands or the electronic keyboard the Bluetooth devices already connected appears on the display. that appears on the display. To pair a new device, press “PAIR”. Using the keyboard on the To use the telephone function, you must first of all pair a Bluetooth- display, enter a 4-digit pairing PIN and then press “PAIR” again: compatible mobile phone. the pairing process begins. For further information, refer to the User's Manual for your phone to complete the procedure. You can pair up to seven mobile phones to the system. However, only one mobile phone connected to the system can be in use at Once pairing has been completed, you are then asked to assign a any given time. priority level between 1 and 7 (with 1 being the highest priority) and a name to the device which has just been paired. Important note Making a call For an up-to-date list of compatible phones, contact the Ferrari Service Network. To make a call, you can use the voice commands or manually type in the phone number using the keyboard that appears on the 4 display. Press the TEL button to the right of the display to activate the Telephone function voice commands: if no command is given after a few seconds, the system scans the list of available options. If you want to manually dial the number, press the TEL button OPEN CLOSE and then press the electronic “DIAL” button in the bottom of the T Phone M C display to display the keyboard. Dial the number and press the SEEK 2_ TEL electronic “CALL” button. SEEK 1 2 ABC 3 DEF MENU 4 GHI 5 JKL 6 MNO RADIO NAV MEDIA 7 PRS 8 TUV 9 WXY VOLUME * 0 # USB PULL 9:48 DIAL CALL CANCEL PUSH ON AUX About your Vehicle 151

Rear Seat Entertainment (optional) To switch on the LCD screen, hold down the POWER button under the screen. Press the SELECT button to select the desired function On request, the vehicle comes with a rear seat entertainment system - DVD, AUX (audio/video devices connected via RCA connection) which includes: and TV. To display and select the video DVD chapters or change channel on - Two LCD screens mounted on the front headrests the Digital TV, use the remote control supplied with the system. - TV tuner (DVB - Digital Video Broadcasting) The volume can be adjusted using the controls on the wireless - 6 CD/DVD changer in the luggage compartment headphones supplied with the system. - Two wireless headphones The 6 CD/DVD changer is on the right-hand side of the luggage compartment: to access it, open flap H by pulling the indicated tab. - Remote control - RCA connection for audio/video sources. Warning The player only accepts 12 cm (4 3/4 inch) discs. The use of different-sized discs may damage the player mechanism. H 152 About your Vehicle

The RCA connection L, which can be used to connect audio/video devices, is located in the oddment storage compartment under the rear armrest. 4 L About your Vehicle 153

Cruise Control (optional) Activating the device To activate the device, hold down control A for at least 2 seconds. The Cruise Control is an electronic device designed to help the driver drive at a constant speed of between 50 km/h and 220 km/h When it is activated, a warning light comes on on the instrument (31-137 mph) without having to keep the accelerator pedal pressed. panel (see page 130), and a “Cruise Control ON” message accompanied by a special symbol appears on the left TFT display for 5 seconds. Important note The device cannot be activated when reverse or 1st gear are We recommend only using the device on long, dry stretches of engaged. road requiring few gear changes (e.g. motorways). When going down slopes with the device on, the vehicle speed may Do not use the device for city driving. be slightly higher than the memorised speed. Memorising the speed Important note Proceed as follows: PIT SPEED is a term taken from the motor sports world used by - with the device activated, bring the vehicle to the desired speed Ferrari to indicate the speed memorised using the device and by pressing the accelerator pedal; does not endorse inappropriate behaviour on the road which - turn control A clockwise (+) for at least 3 seconds and then does not comply with Traffic Regulations. release it: the speed of the vehicle is memorised and you can release the accelerator pedal. If necessary, you can accelerate by pressing the accelerator pedal: when the pedal is released, the vehicle will return to the previously memorised speed. A Resetting the memorised speed If the device has been turned off by pressing the brake pedal, the memorised speed can be reset as follows: - gradually accelerate until the vehicle reaches a speed which is close to the memorised speed; - quickly press control A. 154 About your Vehicle

Increasing the memorised speed This can be done in two ways: by pressing the accelerator and Warning memorising the new speed reached or by turning control A clockwise If the Cruise Control is malfunctioning or faulty, deactivate the (+). device and contact the Ferrari Service Network. One turn of the control corresponds to an increase in speed of about 2 km/h (1.2 mph); if the control is kept turned on the other hand, the speed continually increases. Reducing the memorised speed This can be done in two ways: by deactivating the device and then memorising the new speed or by turning control A counterclockwise (-). One turn of the control corresponds to a decrease in speed of about 2 km/h (1.2 mph); if the control is kept turned on the other hand, the speed continually decreases. 4 Deactivating the device Hold down control A for at least 2 seconds or turn the ignition key to position 0. The device is also automatically deactivated by pressing the brake pedal. When it is deactivated, the warning light on the instrument panel goes out and a “Cruise Control OFF” message accompanied by a special symbol appears on the left TFT display for 5 seconds. Warning While driving with the device activated, do not put the vehicle into “N” (neutral). About your Vehicle 155

Controls on the steering wheel “Manettino” driving mode control switch The driver can select the desired driving mode by using the Start button “Manettino” B. Press the ENGINE START button A to start the engine. When the The driving mode selected does not exempt the driver from engine has started, release the ENGINE START button. complying with the rules of safe driving. Do not hold the ENGINE START button down for a long time. Important note For more information on starting the engine, see page 171. In the event of a failure of one of the onboard systems, signalled by the special symbol on the left TFT display, the Manettino” moves to a “recovery” position, but still allows the vehicle to be driven. In these cases, contact the Ferrari Service Network. A B 156 About your Vehicle

Driving modes that can be selected with “Manettino” ICE mode Performance optimised to obtain maximum stability and improved traction in very low-grip conditions (snow or ice). WET mode Ensures stability on dry as well as on wet roads. Recommended in low-grip conditions (rain). COMFORT mode This mode offers an optimal compromise between performance and comfort and is recommended for everyday driving in medium-high grip conditions. SPORT mode This mode is for sports-style driving in high-grip conditions. This mode is designed to ensure stability only in medium-high grip 4 conditions. ESC OFF mode In this mode, the ESC system is disabled: it allows the driver complete freedom and control of the vehicle for track use. No electronic systems other than the 4WD system and the E-Diff control vehicle stability. Warning In low- to medium-grip conditions (e.g. wet, icy, sandy roads), do not deactivate the ESC system. For further information on the driving modes that can be selected, refer to the paragraph “Driving using the driving mode control switch” on page 184. About your Vehicle 157

Suspension damping delink button Horn control By pressing button C on the left of the steering wheel, the driver The horn sounds when you press on the horn symbol on the can choose to separate the suspension damping control from the steering wheel rim. logic of the “Manettino” driving mode control switch. For further information, see page 188. C 158 About your Vehicle

“UP” shift paddle Windscreen washer/wiper lever Pull the right-hand UP paddle towards the steering wheel to shift gears up. Important note The windscreen wipers and washer only work when the ignition “DOWN” shift paddle key is in position II. Pull the left-hand DOWN paddle towards the steering wheel to shift gears down. The windscreen wipers and washer are operated using lever A on the steering wheel: the lever must be pressed towards the dashboard or pulled back according to the function you require. The windscreen wipers have 4 different speeds: OFF Windscreen wipers stationary. 4 AUTO The rain sensor adjusts the windscreen wiper timing to the intensity of the rain. 1 Slow continuous operation 2 Fast continuous operation DOWN UP A About your Vehicle 159

With the wipers stationary (OFF), quickly pressing lever A towards the dashboard activates the windscreen wipers in AUTO speed. Important note With the wipers on, quickly pressing the lever towards the Windscreen wiper operating is always guaranteed even if dashboard increases windscreen wiper speed (from AUTO to 1, there is an electronic system failure. If there is a failure, the from 1 to 2). windscreen wipers can be activated by pressing lever A and With the wipers set to AUTO or OFF, holding the lever towards the deactivated by pulling it back. dashboard activates maximum speed (2). With speed 1 or 2, on the If there is a particularly serious failure, operating may not be other hand, the windscreen wipers stop. automatically maintained: if this is the case, the windscreen With the wipers on, quickly pulling lever A back decreases wipers can be kept activated by holding down lever A. windscreen wipers speed (from 2 to 1, from 1 to AUTO, from AUTO to OFF). With the wipers stationary, quickly pulling the lever back activates Windscreen washer fast temporary operating of the wipers (antipanic wiping). To activate the windscreen washer, keep lever A pulled. When the The windscreen wiper speed is indicated in the top of the left TFT lever is released, the windscreen wiper returns to the preset speed. display as shown in the figure below. Warning Do not start the windscreen washer during the cold months until the windscreen has warmed up. If it has not warmed up, the liquid could freeze on the glass and interfere with visibility. A Headlight washer The headlight washer is activated automatically when the windscreen washer is operated and the low beams are on. The headlight washer and windscreen washer share the same fluid tank and a low fluid level is indicated by the relative symbol on the left TFT display. 160 About your Vehicle

Rain sensor Rain sensor failure The rain sensor automatically adjusts the windscreen wiper timing If there is a rain sensor failure, indicated by a special symbol on to the intensity of the rain. The system is activated by moving the the left TFT display (see page 129) while the windscreen wiper windscreen wiper to AUTO. is set to AUTO, the wipers will be set to intermittent operation When operating automatically, the wiper speed ranges from a with one wipe every 1 second approximately. If this is the case, we minimum intermittent setting (one wipe every 5 seconds approx.) recommend that you deactivate the rain sensor and turn on the when the windscreen is damp to fast continuous operation in heavy wipers, if necessary, in continuous mode. rain. Important note Important note If this occurs, contact the Ferrari Service Network as soon as The rain sensor function is deactivated by turning the ignition possible. key to position 0 and leaving the windscreen wiper in position 4 AUTO. To reactivate the system at the next key-on, set the wipers to AUTO by quickly pressing the lever A towards the dashboard. Warning Before cleaning the front windscreen (for example in service stations) make sure the rain sensor is deactivated or that the key is in position 0. The rain sensor must be deactivated also when washing the vehicle by hand or in automatic car washes. In case of ice or snow on the front windscreen, do not activate the rain sensor to avoid damaging the wiper motor and/or blades. About your Vehicle 161

Rear window washer/wiper (optional) When rear window wiper operating is requested by the driver by pressing the relative button, it is indicated in the top of the left TFT display as shown in the figure below. Important note The rear window wiper and washer only work when the ignition key is in position II. The vehicle can be fitted on request with a rear window wiper/ washer. The device is operated from button B on the end of the windscreen wiper/washer lever. Quickly press button B to start the rear window wiper in intermittent mode. If the windscreen wiper is operating, when button B is pressed, the rear window wiper operates synchronously with the windscreen wiper but the interval between wiper strokes is halved. To deactivate the rear window wiper, press button B again. The rear window wiper is activated in continuous mode by engaging reverse gear when the windscreen wiper is operating. B 162 About your Vehicle

Rear window washer To activate the rear window washer, hold down button B. When washing, the rear window wiper operates in continuous mode. After washing or when the button is released, the rear window wiper does three more wiper strokes in continuous mode and then returns to the preset speed. 4 About your Vehicle 163

Lighting High beams The external lights and turn indicators only work when the ignition To turn on the high beams when the light switch A is set to , key is in position II. pull back lever B on the steering wheel. The external lights can be switched on and off manually or When the high beams are on, the relative warning light on the automatically, depending on the ambient light. instrument panel comes on. Then push lever B towards the dashboard or pull it back to turn off Light switch the high beams and turn on the low beams. The switch A, on the dashboard to the left of the steering wheel, can be set to five different positions: Flashing the headlights 0 Lights off The headlights can be flashed by pushing the left-hand lever B towards the dashboard. Running and number plate lights on (*) Flashing also occurs with lights off if the ignition key is set to II. Low beams on (*) The high beams are used for flashing. Parking lights AUT Automatic operation of the external lights according to ambient light. (*) The relative warning light on the instrument panel comes on. B A 164 About your Vehicle

Important note Important note Follow the Road Regulations of the country you are travelling in The high beams can only be activated manually by pulling back for using the high beams. the left-hand lever B. Important note Parking lights The parking lights work only with the ignition key in position 0 or If the high beam control is activated, the high beams will with the key removed. turn on every time the lights are activated automatically. We recommend therefore that you turn them off every time the They are activated by turning the light switch A to position . twilight sensor deactivates the external lights. When the parking lights are on, the warning light illuminates on the instrument panel . When the parking lights are on, hold down one of the two turn indicators C buttons on the steering wheel (see page 166) for Warning If there is fog during the day, the running lights and low beams 4 more than 0.5 seconds to turn on the partial parking lights on the will not be turned on automatically. The driver must always be corresponding side; press the same turn indicator again for more ready to turn on the lights manually and also the rear fog lights, than 0.5 seconds to go back to full parking lights. if necessary. When the partial parking lights are on (on only one side of the vehicle), the running light warning light turns off whereas the vehicle symbol indicating which parking light is on (left or right) is Important note displayed on the left TFT display for 10 seconds. After automatic activation of the external lights, it will always When the light switch A is turned to AUT and the ignition key be possible to turn on the rear fog lights manually. When is in position II, the running lights, low beams and number plate the external lights are deactivated automatically, the rear fog lights turn on and off automatically according to the ambient light lights are also turned off (if active) automatically. Therefore, detected by the twilight sensor (see page 166). if necessary, the driver will have to turn on the rear fog lights manually upon the next automatic activation. About your Vehicle 165

Day lights Warning The LEDs on the headlights serve as front turn indicators and day The driver is always responsible for turning on the external lights. To activate or deactivate the day running lights, call up the lights, depending on the ambient light and in compliance with MENU screen page on the left TFT display, select the items “Car the regulations in force in the country of use. The automatic setup”, “Day lights” and select ON to activate the function and OFF system for turning on and off the external lights must be to deactivate it. considered an aid for the driver. If necessary, turn the lights on and off manually. Turn indicators Quickly press the left indicator or right indicator button C on the steering wheel to switch on the relevant turn indicator. Twilight sensor The relative warning light or on the instrument panel comes The twilight sensor is comprised of a global sensor which measures on. the ambient light upwards. The turn indicator goes off when the steering wheel is realigned. Sensor sensitivity can be set to three levels: call up the MENU Holding down one of the two C buttons (for more than screen page, select the items “Car setup” and “Light sensor” and 0.3 seconds) temporarily switches on the relevant turn indicator: it use the UP and DOWN buttons to select the desired level. is switched off after 3 flashes (“lane change” function). In the event of sensor failure, the system switches on the low beams and running lights, regardless of the daylight conditions; a failure message will appear on the instrument panel display. The failure indication will be displayed as long as the light switch is turned to AUT. If this occurs, we recommend that you deactivate the automatic system and turn on the external lights manually if necessary. Important note If this occurs, contact the Ferrari Service Network as soon as possible. C C 166 About your Vehicle

Rear fog lights Hazard warning lights The rear fog lights are turned on only if the high beams or low Press button F to turn on the hazard warning lights. All the turn beams are on when button D is pressed; the relevant warning indicators will start blinking intermittently; these lights will operate light E on the instrument panel comes on to indicate that they have with the ignition key in any position. been turned on. When the hazard warning lights are on, the relative warning lights on the instrument panel and the button flash. Important note To turn them off, press the button again. Use the rear fog lights only in poor visibility conditions. “Auto Hazard” function The “Auto Hazard” function automatically switches on the hazard warning lights in the event of sharp braking. To activate or deactivate the function, call up the MENU screen 4 page, select the items “Car setup”, “Auto Hazard” and select either “ON” or “OFF”. F D E About your Vehicle 167

“Follow me home” function AFS2 adaptive headlights (optional) With the “Follow me home” function, the low beams stay lit for a The AFS2 adaptive headlight system (available on request) enables preset period of time once the engine has been turned off and light synchronous movement of the left and right front beams (high up the area around the vehicle to help the driver and passengers and low) and has been designed to illuminate the road better and see their way in the dark. reduce areas of shadow in the vehicle's trajectory. The function can be manually activated by pressing the high The headlights' swivel angle, which ranges from 8° inwards and 15° beam/flashing lever B (see page 164) when the ignition key is outwards, is defined by the steering angle. in position 0 or removed, within 3 minutes of switching off the The AFS2 system also uses a “Dynamic Levelling” device that engine (time that is reduced to 30 seconds if the driver- side door directs the light beam vertically when accelerating and braking by is opened). Each time lever B is pressed, the period of time that the moving the headlights up to 1.9° upwards when braking and up to low beams remain on increases by 30 seconds up to a maximum of 1° downwards when accelerating. 210 seconds. The adaptive headlight system deactivates its corrective action Each time lever B is pressed, the message “Follow me” appears on when driving round bends at low speed. the left TFT display followed by the preset period of time that the low beams remain on. 168 About your Vehicle

Dome light Roof panel controls When the doors are closed, the dome light D on the roof can be turned on or off using the switch E. Door lock/unlock Switches F and G turn the driver-side and passenger-side spotlights Both doors can be locked by activating/deactivating the “LOCK/ on and off. UNLOCK” H button. For further information, see page 94. The dome light activates automatically in the following conditions: - when a door is opened, for approx. 3 minutes Deactivating the anti-lift alarm - when all the doors are closed and the key is in position 0, for Press button L to deactivate the anti-lift alarm system. For further approx. 10 seconds information, see page 18. - when the key is removed, for approx. 10 seconds - when the doors are unlocked, for approx. 10 seconds Front parking sensors (optional) - when the inertia switch is activated, for approx. 15 minutes. On vehicles fitted with front and rear parking sensors, the front The dome light deactivates automatically in the following conditions: - after the preset activation time expires parking sensors are activated/deactivated by pressing button M. When the front parking sensors are activated, the light on the 4 button comes on. - when the doors are closed and the key is in position II - when the doors are locked - when the inertia switch is reactivated. M F E G H L D About your Vehicle 169

Driving the vehicle Before a trip Preliminary checks Running-in Check the following at regular intervals and always before long trips: The latest manufacturing techniques have allowed us to achieve high precision and accuracy levels in the construction and assembly - tyre pressure and condition of components. Nonetheless, the vehicle movable parts undergo a - levels of fluids and lubricants settling process, basically during the first hours of operation. - condition of the windscreen wiper blades - proper functioning of the warning lights and external lights. Engine and transmission Avoid exceeding 5,000 RPM for the first 1,000 km (620 mi). Important note After starting, do not exceed 4,000 RPM until the engine has warmed up (oil temperature: 65-70 °C/149-158 °F). In any case, it is advisable to perform these checks at least every 1000 km (620 mi) and always comply with the maintenance Do not let the engine run at a constantly high speed for a schedule. prolonged time. It is also advisable to: Warning - clean the glass covers of the external lights and all the glass BEFORE YOU DRIVE surfaces Check that the seat belts are fastened - properly adjust the mirrors, steering wheel, seats and seat belts. Check that the doors are closed Refilling Check that the seat is properly adjusted Check the rear-view mirror adjustment (central and sides). Warning Use unleaded fuel only! Using leaded fuel would permanently damage the catalytic converters. For specifications and quantities of lubricants and fluids, refer to the “Refilling” table on page 32. 170 About your Vehicle

Starting and driving the vehicle System start-up Important note After turning the ignition key to position II (key-on), both TFT BEFORE YOU DRIVE displays are activated on the instrument panel and system diagnosis If the warning light A does not turn off after diagnosis, is performed. During diagnosis, which lasts 5 seconds, a check is indicating a fault in the gearbox also shown by the symbol and performed on the warning lights on the panel and the presence of special message on the left TFT display (see page 130), contact any faults is checked. the Ferrari Service Network. If diagnosis detects any errors, they are only displayed once the 5 seconds required for the check have elapsed. The cases listed below are an exception and errors are displayed as soon as the key is turned to on, even during diagnosis: - Low engine oil pressure (see page 125) - Inertia switch triggered (see page 124) - Electronically controlled gearbox safety warnings 4 - Deactivation of EPB warning (see page 190). If the next scheduled maintenance deadline is approaching, each time the key is turned to on, information on scheduled maintenance is automatically displayed after diagnosis. For further information, refer to the “Maintenance Schedule” paragraph on page 260. Finally, each time the key is turned to on, the message for activation of the alarm when an intrusion has been attempted (see page 19) is also displayed (after diagnosis). Once the system check has been completed, the gearbox display is activated and the letter “P” (Parking) or “N” (Neutral) will be A displayed. About your Vehicle 171

Starting the engine Important note Before starting the engine, make sure that the alarm system and all The vehicle is equipped with an electro-hydraulically controlled electrical devices with high power absorption are turned off. gearbox system operated by means of paddles on the steering • Make sure that the electric parking brake is applied and that the wheel. doors are closed. The default setting for the DCT gearbox is always “Automatic” • Hold the brake pedal down when starting the engine. mode (see page 176). Every time the vehicle is started, the DCT gearbox is in “Auto Warning easy exit” mode (see page 176) unless the vehicle was in “Automatic” mode when the engine was turned off. Do not press the accelerator pedal. To exit the “Auto easy exit” mode operate the UP and DOWN paddles (while the vehicle is moving) or press the AUTO button • Turn the ignition key to position II and wait for the gearbox display to come on. on the centre console. • Press the ENGINE START button (see page 156) and release it as soon as the engine starts. Important note Do not hold the ENGINE START button down for a long time. Immediately release the UP and DOWN paddles or button R If the engine does not start, turn the key back to position 0 and after the gearbox display shows that the gear has been engaged; wait for the gear display to go off before retrying. a prolonged manoeuvre would cause the gearbox failure warning light to turn on (see page 130) and triggering of the Warning buzzer. Hold the brake pedal down while starting the engine. Important note None of the gears can be engaged if the luggage compartment lid is open or not properly closed. When the vehicle is stationary, with the driver-side door open or not properly closed and the brake pedal released, the system disengages the gear engaged after approximately two seconds. 172 About your Vehicle

If the engine fails to start after several attempts, check for one of the following causes: Warning • insufficient speed of the starter motor (flat battery) If the UP and DOWN paddles are not working, the message • ignition device faulty “Depress brake pedal and press LAUNCH to engage gear” will • electrical contacts faulty appear on the left TFT display; you can therefore engage the gear by pressing the LAUNCH button on the centre console (see • fuel pump fuses blown. page 157) and the brake pedal. Warming up the engine In these cases, the “Launch Control” function is not available. If the engaged gear was R, the LAUNCH button must be pressed Do not run the engine at high speed until the engine oil temperature twice to engage 1st gear. has reached at least 65-70 °C (149-158 °F), approximately. Starting the vehicle Important note With the engine started, the vehicle stationary and the brake pedal pressed, pull the right-hand UP paddle towards the steering wheel to engage 1st gear. When reverse is selected, an acoustic safety signal beeps intermittently as long as “R” is engaged. 4 Release the brake pedal and press the accelerator to start off. With the engine running and the vehicle stationary, you can change If the system automatically selects 2nd gear when attempting to directly from 1st or 2nd gear to “R” (reverse) by pressing R on the shift from “R” to 1st gear, this indicates that 1st gear has jammed. centre console and from reverse to 1st by moving the UP paddle. Therefore, this is not a malfunction since it is part of the system operating logic. For the same reason, when shifting from 1st gear to “R”, the system will automatically engage “N” if the gear has R jammed. During prolonged stops with the engine running, it is advisable to keep the gearshift in “N”. Important note If you allow the vehicle to move forward in N, when UP or DOWN is requested, a gear will be engaged that corresponds to the speed of the vehicle. About your Vehicle 173

UP-shifting DOWN-shifting Use the right-hand UP paddle without releasing the accelerator Use the left-hand DOWN paddle without releasing the accelerator pedal. pedal. An “UP”-shift request is not accepted when engagement of the A “DOWN”-shift request is not accepted if engagement of the requested gear forces the engine to underrev or if an “UP”-shift is requested gear forces the engine beyond a certain RPM, depending already in progress because of engine overrevving. on the gear requested, or if a “DOWN”-shift is already in progress In any event, it is advisable to: because of engine underrevving. • Shift gears without releasing the accelerator pedal if pressed. In any event, it is advisable to: • Wait until gearshifting has been completed before requesting the • Shift gears without releasing the accelerator pedal if pressed. next shift, avoiding a rapid sequence of multiple requests. • If DOWN-shifting is requested to start overtaking which requires quick acceleration, press the accelerator pedal just before using UP-shifting due to overrevving the paddle. The system “automatically” engages a higher gear if the accelerator • Wait until gearshifting has been completed before requesting the pedal is pressed and the engine approaches the “runaway speed rate” next shift, avoiding a rapid sequence of multiple requests. (overrevving). DOWN-shifting due to underrevving Important note • The system shifts down “automatically” if the engine goes below a minimum number of revs (1250 RPM). This will not occur when the system is in “COMFORT”, “SPORT” • The “DOWN”-shift request from the paddle is ignored if and “ESC OFF” driving mode. gearshifting is already in progress due to engine underrevving. Sequential downshifting During deceleration, with the brake pedal pressed and the ABS system disabled, sequential downshifting can be performed by holding the left-hand “DOWN” paddle down. The sequential gearshifting request is accepted until the second gear is engaged. This system is only activated when the “Manettino” is set to COMFORT, SPORT or ESC OFF. 174 About your Vehicle

“N” (Neutral) request With the engine running, pull both UP and DOWN paddles towards Warning the steering wheel at the same time without pressing the brake pedal Never leave the vehicle with the gearbox in “N”. Always make sure to request neutral “N”. that the letter “P” (Parking) appears on the gearbox display. If necessary, “N” can be requested at any speed. Subsequently, if an “UP” or “DOWN” shift is requested, the system will engage the gear most suited to the speed of the vehicle. Warning Stopping the vehicle Never leave the vehicle with the engine running. When the vehicle stops, the system automatically engages 1 gear st unless Neutral has already been requested. Important note When the vehicle is stationary and the engine is running, hold the brake pedal down until ready to move off again. If the vehicle is not in Parking mode (the letter “P” must be Switching off the engine displayed on the gearbox display), the key cannot be removed. 4 The engine can be switched off with the gearbox either in “N” or For information on the Park Lock, see page 192. with a gear engaged. After turning the ignition key from position II to position 0, the gearbox display will remain on for a few more seconds to display the engaged gear. If the gearbox is in “N” a buzzer will sound. Before switching off, the letter “P” is displayed on the gearbox display to inform the driver that the Park Lock has been activated. About your Vehicle 175

“Automatic gearbox” mode “Auto easy exit” mode The “Automatic gearbox” mode is enabled/disabled by pressing the Every time the vehicle is started, the gearbox starts in “Auto easy AUTO C button on the centre console. When the “Automatic” mode exit” mode unless it was in “Automatic” mode when the engine was is enabled, the word “auto” appears on the gearbox display. To exit turned off. In this case, it remains in “Automatic” mode the next the “Automatic” mode, you must press the AUTO button until the time the engine is started. word “auto” on the gearbox display disappears. Activation is signalled by the word “auto” and an arrow in the When the “Automatic Gearbox” mode is enabled, the system will gearbox display. automatically UP-shift and DOWN-shift according to vehicle speed, In this mode, the system will automatically UP-shift and DOWN- engine revs and the torque/power request of the driver. shift according to vehicle speed, engine revs and the torque/power When you are in “Automatic” mode, you can however manually request of the driver. shift gears using the UP and DOWN paddles. The system remains To exit the “Auto easy exit” mode and go to “Manual” mode, in “Automatic” mode: this is indicated by the word “auto” that operate the UP or DOWN paddle (while the vehicle is moving) or remains on the gearbox display in flashing mode when the paddles press the AUTO button on the centre console. are used. If the “Automatic” gearbox mode is then requested by pressing the When the vehicle is stationary, a “N”, 1st gear or “R” request will not AUTO button, the system will apply all the characteristics of the result in a change from “Automatic” to “Manual”. “Automatic” gearbox mode. Push start Warning Push starting is not allowed. C 176 About your Vehicle

Safe driving While travelling For safe driving, it is essential that the driver be aware of the best - Caution is the number one rule for safe driving, which also means driving techniques suited to various circumstances. Always try to you should take other people’s behaviour into consideration. prevent dangerous situations by driving with caution. - Follow the Road Regulations in force in the country you are Before you drive driving in and always respect the speed limit. - Adjust the position of the seat, steering wheel and rear-view - Always make sure that the driver and passengers have their seat mirrors, in order to obtain the best driving position. belts fastened and that all children are travelling in suitable child - Adjust the backrest so that your chest is upright and your head is seats. as close to the headrest as possible. - Good personal physical conditions ensure you can drive long - Ensure that nothing (e.g. mat covers, etc.) is blocking the pedals. distances safely. - Check that the lights and headlights are working properly. - Ensure that any child restraint systems (e.g. child seats, cradles Warning etc.) are properly fixed on the passenger seat. - Your reflexes are quicker if you eat lightly before driving: avoid Driving under the influence of drugs, some medicines and alcohol is dangerous to yourself and others as well as 4 heavy meals before a trip. contravening road regulations and legal norms. - Do not drink alcoholic drinks before and during the journey. Travelling without your seat belt fastened increases the risk At regular intervals, check the following: of serious injury and death in the event of a collision. Always fasten seat belts and use child seats, if present. - Tyre pressure and condition. Do not travel with objects lying on the floor, especially in front - Engine oil level. of the driver’s seat: in the event of braking, these could slide - Engine coolant level and system condition. under the pedals, making it impossible to brake or accelerate. - Brake fluid level. Additionally, ensure that any loose floor mats sit correctly. - Steering fluid level. Water, ice and salt spread on icy roads may deposit on the brake - Windscreen washer fluid level. discs and reduce the efficiency of the initial braking. About your Vehicle 177

- Make regular stops to loosen up your limbs and refresh yourself, Driving in the rain and avoid driving for hours on end. Rain and wet roads can cause hazardous situations. - Keep a constant air circulation in the passenger compartment. All manoeuvres are more difficult on a wet road since tyres have - Never coast downhill with the engine off: in these conditions significantly less grip on the road. This means that the braking the engine brake, servo brake and power steering are inefficient, distances increase considerably and road-holding decreases. braking requires greater pressure on the pedal and steering will Here is some advice for driving in the rain: be harder. - Slow down. Driving at night - Keep a greater safety distance between yourself and the other When you are travelling at night, follow these fundamental rules: vehicles and reduce your speed. - Reduce speed, particularly on dark roads. - When it is raining very hard, visibility is also reduced. In these - Driving conditions are more demanding at night, so take cases, to make yourself more visible to others, turn on the low particular care. beams even during the day. - If you start feeling tired or sleepy, stop immediately: to continue - Drive through puddles at low speed to avoid losing control of the driving would be a risk for yourself and for others. Continue only vehicle (“aquaplaning”): if this occurs, grip the steering wheel after you have had a rest. firmly. - At night, it is difficult to judge the speed of vehicles in front of you as you can only see their taillights: keep at a greater safety Warning distance than you would during the day. If the road is wet, reduce your speed to avoid “aquaplaning” - Use the high beams only outside of urban areas and when you are (when the tyre no longer touches the road surface because the sure that they will not disturb other drivers. side channels of the tyre tread are not capable of removing all - Turn off the high beams when you see oncoming vehicles and use the channelled water due to their particular shape or insufficient the low beams. depth and a layer of water is placed between the road surface - Keep the lights and headlights clean. and the tyre. The fluid pressure generated is so high that it - Watch out for animals crossing the road when travelling outside supports the vehicle's weight making it virtually impossible for urban areas. the driver to control the vehicle). 178 About your Vehicle

- Use the ventilation system to demist the windscreen (see Driving on mountain roads page 210) and avoid visibility problems. Below is some advice for driving on steep mountain roads: - Periodically check the condition of the windscreen wiper blades. - To prevent the brakes from overheating when driving downhill, Driving in fog use the engine to brake by engaging a lower gear. Whenever possible, avoid travelling if there is thick fog. If you have - Never coast downhill or drive downhill with the engine off or to drive in misty conditions, or if there is thick fog or fog banks, in neutral, nor with the ignition key removed from the steering follow these rules: column. - Keep a moderate speed. - Drive at a moderate speeds and do not “cut” corners. - Turn on the low beams, also during the day, and use the rear fog - Remember that overtaking uphill is slower and requires a longer light. Avoid using the high beams. free stretch of road. If you are overtaken when driving uphill, ensure that the other vehicle can pass easily. Driving on snowy or icy roads Warning On stretches where visibility is good, turn off the rear fog light, it may be annoying for the occupants of the vehicles behind Below is some advice for driving in these conditions: - Keep a very moderate speed. 4 you. - Keep a safe distance from the vehicles in front of you. - Fit snow tyres approved for the vehicle. - Remember that fog makes the road damp and therefore all - Given the poor grip, use the engine brake as much as possible manoeuvres are more difficult and braking distances are longer. and avoid sudden braking. - Keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front of you. - Avoid sudden acceleration and sharp changes in direction. - As far as possible, avoid suddenly changing speed and direction. - During the winter season, even apparently dry roads can have icy - As far as possible, avoid overtaking. sections. - In the event of an emergency stop, (e.g. failures, inability to Therefore, be careful when driving along stretches of road in the proceed due to poor visibility conditions, etc.) try to free the shade as there may be icy patches. main driving lane. Then turn on the hazard warning lights and, if possible, the low beams. On approaching another vehicle, sound the horn rhythmically. About your Vehicle 179

Driving with the “ABS” braking system Power steering system The ABS system assists the driver as follows: The power steering system uses the power produced by the engine - It prevents the wheels from locking and skidding during to help the driver steer more precisely while exerting less force on emergency braking, particularly in low-grip conditions. the steering wheel. - It allows braking and changing direction at the same time. This feature is affected by the physical limits and lateral grip of the Important note tyres. Remember that power steering does not work when the engine - When the ABS is activated, you will feel a slight pulsing of the is switched off and more force is therefore needed when brake pedal during emergency braking or in low-grip conditions. steering. DO NOT release the pedal but continue to push it to give continuity to the braking action. - The ABS prevents the wheels from locking, but it does not Warning increase the physical limits of grip between the tyres and the road: Do not keep the steering wheel fully turned (locked position) to keep a safe distance from the vehicles ahead and reduce speed the right or the left for more than 15 seconds when the engine is before curves. running. This may damage the power steering system. Important note If the power steering system is not working properly, as indicated by a symbol which appears on the left TFT display (see page 126), contact the Ferrari Service Network. 180 About your Vehicle

Suspension damping control Level 1 (ICE) This vehicle uses latest generation MagneRide™ magnetorheological Setting optimised to obtain the best traction in low- and very suspension, a system developed by Delphi and perfected by low-grip conditions, for example on snow or ice (Manettino set to Ferrari for continuous automatic damping control. ICE). By processing data received from the vehicle dynamics sensors and Level 2 (COMFORT) sensors that detect bodyshell movements, the ECU interprets the Slightly more rigid setting, optimised to better absorb road driving conditions and the road surface and immediately adjusts unevenness and provide a better grip on wet road surfaces suspension response by varying the control current of each shock (Manettino set to WET and COMFORT). absorber. Level 3 (SPORT) These sensors allow the ECU to calculate the vehicle speed, vertical Even more rigid setting optimised for sports-style driving and and lateral acceleration, steering angle and instantaneous pressure high speed (in medium-high grip conditions or on the race track) in the braking system, and hence to control suspension damping. without significantly affecting comfort (Manettino set to SPORT and ESC OFF). 4 This system not only ensures an optimal compromise between racing-style performance (handling) and comfort, but is capable of emphasising either aspect by using the different adjustments available controlled by the “Manettino” driving mode control switch. Three different setting levels are available on this vehicle. About your Vehicle 181

4WD traction system 4WD system failure This vehicle has an innovative four-wheel drive traction system, The special symbol on the left TFT display accompanied by the developed by Ferrari, which has been designed to apply the message “4WD system failure. Go to dealer” indicates there is a torque to the front wheels only in specific low-grip conditions. 4WD system failure. The torque, modulated by the new electronic control system, The system is not available. Ferrari Dual Drive, is applied to the front wheels via the Power Transfer Unit (PTU), a compact transmission system on the front Warning axle connected directly to the crankshaft. Slow down and drive carefully, especially in low-grip conditions. Contact the Ferrari Service Network as soon as possible. Warning The 4WD system is not available if the ESC stability and traction control system is not working properly. Important note Contact the Ferrari Service Network even if the message 4WD system malfunctioning alarm devices disappears. If the 4WD traction system is not working properly, a special symbol (see page 127) is displayed on the left TFT display together with a message which varies according to the failure. 4WD system failure Go to dealer 182 About your Vehicle

4WD system temperature too high Low 4WD system oil pressure The special symbol on the left TFT display accompanied by the The special symbol on the left TFT display accompanied by the message “4WD system overheated” indicates that the system has message “Low 4WD ATF oil pressure” indicates that the 4WD overheated. system oil pressure is too low. To allow the temperature to decrease more rapidly, the system If this is the case, the 4WD traction system reduces the torque temporarily deactivates the Power Transfer Unit: 4WD traction is applied to the front wheels via the Power Transfer Unit: the 4WD therefore not available as long as the failure remains displayed. traction system functions are therefore reduced as long as the failure remains displayed. Warning Warning Slow down and drive carefully, especially in low-grip conditions. Slow down and drive carefully, especially in low-grip conditions. 4 4WD system Low overheated 4WD ATF oil pressure About your Vehicle 183

Driving using the driving mode control switch WET mode (“Manettino”) “WET” mode ensures stability on dry as well as on wet roads. It is therefore recommended for low grip conditions (e.g. rain) and on The driving mode control switch on the steering wheel allows the slippery or extremely uneven roads, but also to enhance comfort driver to use the vehicle potential in a fast and intuitive way. during city driving. Suspension damping is optimised to provide There are five modes available, which correspond to the grip the best possible absorption (Level 2); the ESC system switches to level (from low to high) and consequently to the level of driving Level 2. assistance required (from high to none). If “WET” mode is selected, it is indicated on the left TFT display as shown below: ICE mode In “ICE” mode, performance is optimised to obtain maximum stability which is essential for use in very low-grip conditions (snow or ice). Suspension damping is optimised to provide the best possible absorption and traction on snow or ice (Level 1); the ESC system is at its maximum level. If “ICE” mode is selected, it is indicated on the left TFT display as shown below: 184 About your Vehicle

COMFORT mode SPORT mode The “COMFORT” mode offers an optimal compromise between “SPORT” mode is for sports-style driving in high-grip conditions. performance and comfort and is recommended for everyday driving This mode is designed to ensure stability only in medium-high grip in medium-high grip conditions. Suspension damping remains at conditions. Suspension damping shifts to Level 3 and gearshifting the same level as the previous setting whereas the ESC system is more racy. The ESC system also switches to a different level switches to Level 3. offering you greater driving freedom. If “COMFORT” mode is selected, it is indicated on the left TFT If “SPORT” mode is selected, it is indicated on the left TFT display display as shown below: as shown below: 4 About your Vehicle 185

ESC OFF mode If “ESC OFF” mode is selected, this is indicated on the left TFT In “ESC OFF” mode the ESC system is disabled. No electronic display as shown below: systems other than the E-Diff and the 4WD system control vehicle stability and the driver is allowed complete freedom and control of the vehicle for track use. Warning In low- to medium-grip conditions (e.g. wet, icy, sandy roads), do not deactivate the ESC system. Important note When “ESC OFF” mode is selected, the Manettino lever automatically goes back to “SPORT” mode: this occurs because each time the engine is started, the ESC system is reactivated. Important note When the brake pedal is pressed, traction control is activated via the VDC system (vehicle dynamics control via the braking system). 186 About your Vehicle

Warning Use of the vehicle on race tracks: after each start, cover the first straight stretch of the track (at least 500 meters/0.3 mi) at a constant speed so that the traction control system and the ABS can calculate exactly how much grip is available and the diameter of the tyres (the calculation is reset every time the engine stops). Failure to observe this rule may lead to reduced system performance. 4 About your Vehicle 187

Suspension damping delink button If button A has been pressed and subsequently the position of the Manettino is changed, the suspension setting follows the operating The driver may decide to separate the suspension setting from the logic dictated by the Manettino. logic of the “Manettino” driving mode control switch using the special button A on the steering wheel. Important note By pressing button A with the SPORT or ESC OFF mode activated, the suspension setting shifts to Level 2 (COMFORT). Upon turning off and restarting the vehicle, the suspension setting depends on the position of the Manettino. Position of Suspension Button A Manettino setting pressed When the Manettino is set to SPORT or ESC OFF, shifting to the ICE ICE remains ICE COMFORT suspension setting by pressing button A is indicated WET COMFORT remains COMFORT by displaying the special symbol and “Bumpy road” message on the left TFT display for 5 seconds. COMFORT COMFORT remains COMFORT SPORT SPORT shifts to COMFORT ESC OFF SPORT shifts to COMFORT A Bumpy road 188 About your Vehicle

After 5 seconds, next to the Manettino status in the top of the display, the suspension symbol continues to be displayed as shown in the photo below (example shows Manettino in “SPORT” mode). 4 About your Vehicle 189

EPB - Electric parking brake Warning On this vehicle the parking brake is actuated by an electric motor. The parking brake can be applied and released by pulling a special Always apply the parking brake when the vehicle is parked. lever B on the dashboard to the left of the steering wheel. With The vehicle should be blocked. If this is not the case, please the ignition key in position II, a special warning light comes on on contact the Ferrari Service Network. the panel to indicate that the parking brake has been applied (see page 130). Drive Away function To release the parking brake, pull lever B and keep the brake pedal pressed. If the ignition key is in position II, the warning light will go The electric parking brake (EPB) has a “Drive Away” function: out when the parking brake has been fully released. when a gear is engaged and the driver presses the accelerator pedal with the engine running and seat belt fastened, the system The electric parking brake can be used as an emergency brake recognises the driver's intention to drive off and automatically when the vehicle is in motion. If this is the case, the system acts on deactivates the parking brake. all four wheels until button B is released by communicating with the ESP system which prevents locking. EPB deactivation warning If you try to deactivate the electric parking brake by moving lever B without depressing the brake pedal, the message “Depress brake pedal and deactivate EPB”, is immediately displayed on the left TFT display (even during system diagnosis, see page 171) accompanied by an acoustic signal. B 190 About your Vehicle

Autopark function “Automatic Vehicle Holding” AVH function The EPB Autopark function automatically activates the electric The electric parking brake provides optimised release when the parking brake when the engine is switched off. The Autopark vehicle starts up due to its Automatic Vehicle Holding function: function is activated every time the key is turned to on: this means once the engine has started, the system keeps the vehicle braked that the driver does not have to apply the parking brake every time through intervention of the braking system rather than through the the engine stops. parking brake shoes. However, the function can be temporarily deactivated before switching off the engine by pressing the AUTO PARK C button: the message “PARK OFF” is displayed on the left TFT display for 5 seconds. If this is the case, the parking brake should be manually applied by pulling lever B once the engine has been switched off. To enable automatic insertion of the EPB the next time the engine is switched off, press button C again; the message “PARK ON” is 4 displayed on the left TFT display for 5 seconds. C About your Vehicle 191

Park Lock Carwash procedure The Park Lock is a locking device built into the gearbox. The Park lock device can be electrically disabled on a temporary This device is used to prevent the vehicle from moving when the basis when the engine is switched off by performing the Carwash multi-disc clutches are open, i.e., with the engine off and/or without procedure. the hydraulic pressure required for gearbox operating. This procedure is necessary when the vehicle has to be moved with The device operates automatically every time the key is turned to the engine off and when washing the vehicle. off: if a gear is engaged when the key is turned to off, the Park Lock is immediately activated. If the gearbox is in “N” (neutral), the Warning Park Lock starts operating after a minimum preset time (needed for the Carwash procedure, see next paragraph). To inform the driver When the Park Lock device is electronically deactivated that the Park Lock has been engaged, the letter “P” is displayed on (Carwash procedure), the vehicle may move. the gearbox display. The vehicle is only kept stationary by the parking brake which must be applied. The Park Lock is deactivated when the engine is running, the first gear or “R” is requested (with the brake pedal pressed) and the luggage compartment lid has been closed correctly. To perform the Carwash procedure, do the following: - with the engine running, select the first gear; - select neutral “N”; - switch off the engine; - turn the key to position II (key-on) within 3 seconds of switching off. The message “Carwash mode activation” will appear on the left TFT display. 192 About your Vehicle

Launch Control Warning The “Launch Control” mode is a performance start function. Activating this function optimises vehicle acceleration from a Only use the “Launch Control” function in an appropriate standing start. context. The device transfers the necessary torque to the ground and avoids skidding of the wheels during acceleration. Important note To start the vehicle in “Launch Control” mode, do the following: The “Launch Control” function is not available in presence of: - the vehicle must be stationary - a sloping road surface, even slight - the gearbox must be in “Manual” mode - high clutch temperatures - hold the brake pedal down and select first gear - press the LAUNCH L button on the left of the centre console: an acoustic signal informs the driver that the device has been switched on and the word “launch” appears on the gearbox display 4 - press the accelerator pedal and release the brake pedal. L About your Vehicle 193

Stop&Start system (optional) Warning On vehicles with optional HELE (High Emotion Low Emissions) technology, there is a Stop&Start system, which automatically stops Always make sure that the Stop&Start system has been the engine when the vehicle is stationary and restarts it, again deactivated before carrying out any repair and/or maintenance automatically, when the driver wants to set off again. work as indicated on the special labels in the engine compartment and underneath the vehicle. The aim of the Stop&Start function is to increase vehicle efficiency by reducing CO2 emissions especially when driving around town. Failure to comply with the above may pose a risk of serious injury to people working on the vehicle. Automatic stopping and restarting of the engine is controlled by sensors and control strategies which, while reducing the impact on vehicle flexibility and comfort to a minimum, guarantee full Warning operating of the safety systems and all the on-board systems even when the engine is switched off, without affecting climate comfort. The driver is personally responsible for leaving the key in the ignition in position II when getting out of the vehicle: the driver must always turn the ignition key to position 0 before getting out Warning of the vehicle. Never leave the vehicle without turning the ignition key to position 0. Warning Always remember to remove the key from the ignition when you get out of the vehicle! Leaving the vehicle with the ignition key in position II puts those who are in the vicinity of the vehicle at serious risk if the engine Never leave children unattended in the vehicle. starts unexpectedly. Warning Warning Make sure that the engine is switched off with the ignition key in Always turn the ignition key to position 0 before changing the position 0 before refuelling. tyres. 194 About your Vehicle

System operating If the Stop&Start system is activated, the LED on button A comes on whereas if the system is deactivated, the LED goes off. If activated, the Stop&Start system decides when to switch off the Deactivation of the system by pressing button A while in a stopped engine and when to restart it according to the driving conditions, vehicle condition (when the engine has been automatically the climate comfort on board and the operating status of the switched off by the Stop&Start function) automatically restarts the vehicle. The system logic does not require drivers to make any engine. change in the way they drive the vehicle. Manual activation and deactivation button The driver can activate/deactivate the Stop&Start system at any time by pressing button A on the roof panel. If the system is activated, pressing button A will deactivate it: the message “Stop&Start OFF” appears for 5 seconds on the left TFT display accompanied by a special symbol. Once the system has been deactivated, pressing button A again reactivates the system: the message “Stop&Start ON” appears for 4 5 seconds on the left TFT display accompanied by a special symbol. A Stop&Start OFF About your Vehicle 195

Automatic engine stop mode Important note The engine stops automatically when the vehicle is stationary Each time the ignition key is turned to position II (Key-on), and the brake pedal is pressed and restarts when the brake the Stop&Start system remains in the same state it was in when pedal is released. the key was turned to position 0 (Key-off). If the function was The left TFT display informs the driver that the Stop&Start system activated at Key-off, it remains activated at the next Key-on and has been activated by displaying the message “Stop&Start active” the LED on button A will flash for a few seconds. accompanied by a special symbol. The message is displayed as long as the vehicle remains in a stop state. To interrupt the display cycle and reduce the message to an icon, press the MODE button with “ESCAPE” function. Stop&Start Stop&Start ON active 196 About your Vehicle

Conditions required to activate automatic engine stop To activate the automatic engine stop while driving: Important note - the Stop&Start system must be activated by pressing the button After the first cold start, the Stop&Start system may take a few on the roof panel (LED on) minutes before it is ready. This time period allows some of the - the driver's seat belt must be fastened. engine parameters (catalytic converter temperature, for example) to reach the values required to reduce emissions. For safety reasons and to guarantee driving comfort and correct operating of the entire vehicle, automatic engine switching-off is deactivated when: Important note - the accelerator pedal is depressed; - a potentially dangerous situation is identified (steep road, vehicle After disconnecting the battery from the electrical system and stationary with wheels turned, i.e. when turning at a crossroads or reconnecting it, the Stop&Start system is not available the first on a roundabout); time the engine is started. To reuse the system, the vehicle must be left parked for 6 hours once the battery has been - the system recognises vehicle motion in slow traffic or a parking manoeuvre (checking reverse gear engagement, time elapsed since last stop, driving speed); reconnected. This period of time is needed to calibrate the battery sensor. 4 - maximum air conditioning and heating system performance is requested (“low”, “max defrost” or “rear screen demisting”); Important note - external temperatures are very low or very high; If the engine continues to run when the vehicle is stationary - the gearbox is in the “N” position; and the brake pedal is pressed, even if the Stop&Start system - the “LIFT” system has been activated; appears to be activated, it means that the system has disabled automatic switching off of the engine. When this happens, no - the DCT gearbox Park Lock has been manually released; specific signal is displayed on the instrument panel: this is to be - a failure interferes with proper system operating; considered normal. The system also constantly monitors some of the vehicle operating parameters (battery charge level, engine coolant temperature, catalytic converter temperature, clutch oil temperature, 4WD system clutch temperature, vacuum level in brake servo, climate comfort in passenger compartment) so that engine switching off can be deactivated in certain conditions to guarantee safety and vehicle operating and minimise the impact on on-board climate comfort. About your Vehicle 197

Information on automatic restarting of engine The system also constantly monitors some of the vehicle operating With the Stop&Start system activated in a stopped vehicle parameters (battery charge level, engine coolant temperature, condition, the driver can restart the engine by: catalytic converter temperature, clutch oil temperature, 4WD system clutch temperature, vacuum level in brake servo, climate comfort in - releasing the brake pedal passenger compartment, vehicle speed) so that the engine can be - UP-shifting automatically started in certain conditions to guarantee safety and - engaging reverse gear vehicle operating and minimise the impact on on-board climate - pressing the accelerator pedal. comfort. Warning If the engine is switched off accidentally and not by the Stop&Start system, it must be restarted manually by the driver by pressing the ENGINE START button and reengaging the gear using the shift paddles located behind the steering wheel. This condition is indicated on the left TFT display by the message “Press ENGINE START button to restart”, accompanied by an acoustic signal. For safety reasons and to guarantee comfort when the vehicle is stationary and correct operating of the entire vehicle, the Stop&Start system also automatically restarts the engine when: - the ENGINE START button on the steering wheel has been pressed - the function has been deactivated by pressing the button located on the roof panel - the driver's seat belt has been unfastened - the driver-side door has been opened - the “LIFT” system has been activated - rear screen demisting has been requested or the air conditioning and heating system set to “low” or “max defrost”. 198 About your Vehicle

Permanent deactivation of automatic restarting and manual start procedures Permanent deactivation of automatic restarting occurs when: After automatically switching off the engine using the Stop&Start - the engine compartment lid is open; system, automatic restarting requested by the driver may not always - automatic engine restarting has not been successful; be possible: this means that the vehicle systems have permanently - a failure has been detected that may interfere with operating of the deactivated automatic restarting. Stop&Start system. If this occurs, the vehicle must be restarted manually: this condition is indicated on the TFT display by the message “Press ENGINE At times, depending on the seriousness of the failure, the ENGINE START button to restart”, accompanied by an acoustic signal. START button may have to be held down for a few seconds to restart the engine: this condition is indicated on the left TFT display by the message “Press and hold ENGINE START button to start”. Warning If automatic restarting is permanently disabled, the vehicle behaves in the same way as a vehicle with no Stop&Start system: 4 to restart, the driver must perform a manual start by pressing the ENGINE START button and using the shift paddles located behind the steering wheel. Press Press and hold ENGINE ENGINE START START button button to restart to start About your Vehicle 199

System failure Precautions to be taken during maintenance work If malfunctioning, the Stop&Start system is disabled. The driver is Always turn the ignition key to position 0 before carrying out any informed of the failure by a special symbol that appears on the left repair and/or maintenance work on the vehicle. If work has to be TFT display for 20 seconds accompanied by an acoustic signal and carried out on the vehicle with the ignition key in position II, check the following message which corresponds to two different alarm that the Stop&Start has been deactivated by performing the following levels: procedure before doing any repair and/or maintenance work: - “Stop&Start failure” (orange symbol) if the ignition key is in position II, turn it to position 0 before turning - “Stop&Start failure. Go to dealer” (red symbol). it to II again and press the special Stop&Start system activation/ deactivation button on the roof panel (see page 195). If the message “Stop&Start ON” appears on the left TFT display when the button is Important note pressed, press the button again. Check that the message “Stop&Start Contact the Ferrari Service Network immediately. OFF” appears on the left TFT display for 5 seconds. The button LED must be off. When the display cycle ends (20 seconds), or the MODE button with “ESCAPE” function is pressed, the message disappears and the Warning symbol is reduced to an icon. NEVER work on the vehicle if the message “Stop&Start active” appears on the left TFT display. Stop&Start Stop&Start failure failure Go to dealer 200 About your Vehicle

Dome light controls (with HELE system only) On vehicles with the optional HELE system, the central dome light B can be switched on or off by holding down button C or button D (for more than 0.8 seconds). The driver-side spotlight and the passenger-side spotlight can be switched on and off by pressing and quickly releasing buttons C and D respectively. 4 C D B About your Vehicle 201

“LIFT” system (optional) Throughout the entire LIFT system activation cycle, the special warning light (see page 129) remains on in flashing mode whereas On request, the vehicle can be fitted with a “LIFT” system: this the vehicle symbol with an arrow pointing upwards and a message device acts on the front and rear suspension and raises the vehicle “LIFT moving” appears on the left TFT display. When the system by approximately 40 mm (1.6 in.) to make particularly snowy or has been activated (vehicle fully raised), an acoustic signal is uneven stretches of road, i.e., access to garages or steep ramps emitted and the message “LIFT ON” appears for 5 seconds whereas easier and avoid damaging the car. the warning light on the panel stays on in fixed mode until the The system can be activated when the engine is running at a system is deactivated. speed of below 40 km/h (25 mph) by pressing button A on the To deactivate the system, press button A again: at the start of dashboard to the left of the steering wheel. At speeds of over the deactivation cycle, the warning light on the panel starts to 40 km/h (25 mph), the system is deactivated whereas if it is already flash again whereas the vehicle symbol with an arrow pointing activated, it is automatically deactivated when exceeding 40 km/h. downwards and the message “LIFT moving” appears on the left TFT display. The message remains until the system has been completely deactivated (vehicle fully lowered). A LIFT moving 202 About your Vehicle

If the engine is turned off with the front suspension lift activated, In the event of engine failure, the “LIFT” system can however be the message “LIFT ON. Set LIFT to OFF” appears on the left TFT activated by pressing button A for 10 seconds. In this way, the display at key-off. Turn the key back to position II (key-on) and vehicle can be lifted even in emergencies when the engine is turned press button A to lower the vehicle. If it is not manually deactivated off (for example, to load it onto the ramp of a breakdown vehicle). by pressing the button, within 15 seconds of turning off the engine, the system is automatically deactivated. Important note The front suspension lift should only be used for the purposes Warning described above and not to drive over speed control systems (e.g. The system has not been designed to remain activated when traffic calmers) more quickly. the engine is turned off and the vehicle is stationary. If the engine is turned off with the front lift activated, the vehicle is automatically lowered after 15 seconds. Do not use the suspension lift to park the vehicle on obstacles (e.g. pavements); these obstacles may come into contact with the lower part of the vehicle and damage it once the system has 4 been deactivated. LIFT ON About your Vehicle 203

Seat adjustment Three adjustments are possible using control D: - backward/forward adjustment: push the control forwards or backwards Warning - height adjustment: push the control up or down As with all adjustment, seat adjustment must be performed - seat inclination (tilting): push the front or rear end of the control when the vehicle is stationary. up or down to adjust seat inclination. Warning Warning Never place your hands under the seat or near its moving parts Forward/backward adjustment must take into account the fact when adjusting. If you do so, movement of the seat may cause that airbag devices are placed in front of the driver and the injury to hands or fingers. passenger. Correct adjustment ensures there is adequate space between the Correct adjustment is very important for enhanced driving comfort airbag and the driver/passenger (see page 71). and maximum efficiency of the passive safety systems. Seat back rake adjustment The seat position can be electrically adjusted using the special controls. Use control E to adjust the seat back rake. Push the control forward or backward to adjust the seat back rake. E D 204 About your Vehicle

Lumbar support adjustment (Full Electric option) Driver’s seat position memory (Full Electric option) Use control F to adjust the seat backrest lumbar support. Push the When a door is open and the key is in position 0, the seat can be horizontal arrows on the control left or right to increase or decrease moved for a limited period (approx. 15 sec.). Each time a door is lower lumbar support. Push the vertical arrows on the control up or opened or both doors are closed and the key is set to OFF, the seat down to increase or decrease upper lumbar support. can be moved again for a limited period. The seat position can only be memorised when the key is in Backrest and cushion side width adjustment (Full Electric option) position II, by pressing one of the three buttons 1, 2 or 3 (H) each Use control G to pneumatically adjust the width of the backrest and one corresponding to a memorisable position. Pressing one of these seat cushion sides. Push the horizontal arrows on the control left buttons for longer than 3 seconds memorises the position of the driver seat, rear-view mirrors and steering wheel (confirmed by or right to increase or decrease the width of the seat cushion sides. emission of a double tone). Push the vertical arrows on the control up or down to increase or decrease the width of the backrest sides. To recall the memorised position, press one of the buttons H and release it within 3 seconds. Operation begins as soon as the button is 4 released. Recalling the memorised position is not allowed when the vehicle is in motion. If the vehicle starts to move while the memory recall is being operated, the seat and column do not stop moving and reach the memorised position. G H F About your Vehicle 205

With reverse gear engaged, the position of the passenger external Seat ventilation system (optional) rear-view mirror can be adjusted to a position other than the The seat ventilation system is activated by turning control P. driving position, to help parking manoeuvres. This position can be memorised along with all the other memorisable positions. When this function is activated on one or both seats, the symbol appears on the left TFT display for 5 seconds. Using control P, the If the personalised reverse gear position is never set, when the driver can adjust the ventilation, choosing from 3 levels identified reverse gear is engaged, the passenger external rear-view mirror will on the control with the numbers 1, 2 and 3. In position 0, seat in any case move slightly downwards and inwards (compared with ventilation is deactivated. the driving position). Seat heating system (Full Electric option) Turn control N to activate the seat heating function. When this function is activated on one or both seats, the symbol appears on the left TFT display for 5 seconds. Using control N, the driver can adjust the heating, choosing from 3 levels identified on the control with the numbers 1, 2 and 3. In position 0, seat heating is not activated. P N 206 About your Vehicle

Tilting the backrest Adjusting the steering wheel To tilt the seat, pull lever L up and push the backrest towards the The steering wheel can be electrically adjusted for rake and reach. front of the vehicle. It can only be adjusted if the ignition key is in position II. When the backrest goes back into position, it will automatically Move control A (to the left of the steering column) in the four block once it has reached the correct position. directions to adjust the steering wheel. To facilitate access to the rear seats or exiting the vehicle, the On versions equipped with a driver's seat with memory, the front seats are equipped with a “rear seat Easy Entry” device position of the steering wheel is memorised together with the (only operative when doors are open or vehicle is stationary): position of the external rear-view mirrors when the seat position is when the backrest is tilted forwards, the front seat is lowered and memorised. automatically slides forward to the end of its travel. When the backrest is raised, the seat moves back into position. Warning Warning Do not adjust the steering wheel when the vehicle is moving. Do not use the electric seat adjustment controls when the backrest is tilted. 4 L A About your Vehicle 207

Rear-view mirrors External rear-view mirrors Internal rear-view mirror These mirrors can be electrically adjusted using the control C (with the ignition key in position II) and are equipped with defogging Hold the internal rear-view mirror and move it to the required elements. position. 1) Mirror selection: turn control C to the left or right lock position On request, the internal rear-view mirror can be fitted with an to select the mirror that requires adjusting. electrochromic mirror that automatically darkens to reduce the 2) Mirror positioning: move control C in the four directions (up dazzling effect of the reflected light on the driver. The speed with – down – right – left) to adjust the selected mirror. which the mirror darkens depends on the intensity of the light. 3) Mirror closure (optional): turn control C to the lower central By pressing button B you can activate/deactivate the electrochromic lock position to close the rear-view mirrors. mode. When the electrochromic mode is activated, the green Once adjusted, move the control C into the upper central position LED D comes on. where it will be locked in order to avoid changing the external mirror setting inadvertently. The mirrors will yield in both directions in the event of a collision: if necessary, the mirrors can be pushed both backwards and forwards. C D B 208 About your Vehicle

On versions equipped with a driver's seat with memory, every time the seat position is memorised, the external rear-view mirror Warning position is also stored automatically, both for the normal travelling The rear-view mirrors must always be positioned correctly while direction and reverse manoeuvring. driving. To memorise a new position of the external rear-view mirrors, Do not adjust the rear-view mirrors when the vehicle is moving. turn the ignition key to position II and adjust the position of the mirrors; then engage reverse and reposition the external mirrors to ensure the best possible visibility to perform the manoeuvre, then On request, the external rear-view mirrors can be fitted with an disengage reverse gear. electrochromic mirror. Finally, press one of the buttons 1, 2 or 3 on the seat (see page 161), each one corresponding to a memorisable position, until a double tone confirms that the procedure is complete. The new position of the external rear-view mirrors will be automatically memorised together with the seat position. In addition, the mirror positions can be adjusted for both the 4 normal travelling direction and for reverse manoeuvring. C C About your Vehicle 209

Air conditioning and heating system Controls 1 Left-hand temperature setting and AUTO button Operating modes 2 A.C. compressor activation/deactivation Automatic 3 Single-zone mode activation/deactivation This mode automatically adjusts the air distribution, temperature 4 Air distribution fan speed and ventilation levels according to the temperature set by the user. 5 Rear window demist activation/deactivation Partially Automatic 6 Windscreen demist activation/deactivation This mode allows the user to adjust certain parameters manually, 7 Right-hand temperature setting and AUTO button while others remain automatic. 8 Right-hand air distribution mode setting Manual 9 Air recirculation This mode allows the user to set the values to suit the passengers’ 10 Left-hand air distribution mode setting needs. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 10 9 8 210 About your Vehicle

Left-hand temperature setting and AUTO button (1) Air distribution fan speed (4) This is used to select the required air temperature in the left-hand The four setting positions allow the occupants to select the air flow side of the passenger compartment; the AUTO button is used to rate. activate automatic operation (LED on). Rear window demist activation/deactivation (5) A.C. compressor activation/deactivation (2) Press this button (LED on) to activate rear window defogging/ This is used to activate (LED on) or deactivate (LED off) the A.C. demisting. compressor. Windscreen demist activation/deactivation (6) Single-zone mode activation/deactivation (3) Press this button (LED on) to activate windscreen defogging/ This is used to activate (LED on) or deactivate (LED off) the demisting. single-zone operating mode. 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 About your Vehicle 211

Right-hand temperature setting and AUTO button (7) Air recirculation (9) This is used to select the required air temperature in the right-hand If released (LED off), the air flow comes from outside the side of the passenger compartment; the AUTO button is used to passenger compartment. activate automatic operation (LED on). When outside temperatures exceed 32 °C (90 °F), the air Right-hand air distribution mode setting (8) recirculation feature remains on with a 60-second pause every This is used to select one of the six air flow distribution modes in twenty minutes to refresh the air. the right-hand side of the passenger compartment. If you activate the windscreen washer function, the air recirculation feature activates for 20 seconds, to prevent any smell of detergent products from entering the passenger compartment. If pressed (LED on), the air flow comes from inside the passenger compartment. The recirculation increases air heating or cooling. Left-hand air distribution mode setting (10) This is used to select one of the six air flow distribution modes in the left-hand side of the passenger compartment. Once the internal temperature has stabilised at the desired level, you are advised not to change the position of the temperature selection switch unless the external temperature changes drastically. 8 10 7 9 212 About your Vehicle

Maintenance The pollen filter must be replaced every year, as indicated in the Important note “Maintenance Schedule”. We recommend keeping the air flow set to open and directing the air flow to a neutral position. Important note The air coming out of the vents does not correspond to the temperature requested by the user, but is the temperature required to maintain the desired temperature inside the passenger compartment. Adjusting the air vents The adjustable air vents are positioned on the sides and in the central section of the dashboard. Use control A to adjust the air flow direction and rate. 4 Turned clockwise: open. Turned counterclockwise: closed. A About your Vehicle 213

Placing luggage in the luggage compartment Warning Warning Never use the top tether anchors for child seats on the back of the rear seat backrests to secure luggage in the luggage All luggage must be very carefully placed and secured in the compartment. luggage compartment. Luggage or heavy items that are not secured could be projected into the passenger compartment at high speed in the event of a sudden change in direction, sharp Warning braking or an accident and increase the risk of serious injury. Do not transport heavy items in the passenger oddment storage compartments. Important note To secure small, light loads in the luggage compartment, use, if Warning possible, a rope or luggage net fastened to the special eyebolts shown in the figure. Do not stack luggage in the luggage compartment above the level of the rear seat backrests: when braking, the load could be projected into the passenger compartment at high speed and increase the risk of serious injury. Important note Heavy loads affect vehicle handling: spread the weight evenly when placing luggage in the luggage compartment and try and place the heaviest items as low down and as far forward as possible. 214 About your Vehicle

Parcel shelf The parcel shelf C is a detachable panel that separates the luggage Warning compartment from the passenger compartment. Do not transport items on the parcel shelf: they could be The parcel shelf is held in position by two pins at the ends which projected into the passenger compartment at high speed in run along the special guide. the event of a sudden change in direction, sharp braking or an To increase space vertically, the parcel shelf can be removed: pull accident and increase the risk of serious injury. the parcel shelf back slightly to free the rear pin from the guide, then turn the shelf downwards and fix it in position by inserting the rear pin in the lower guide. 4 C About your Vehicle 215

Partition between passenger compartment and luggage compartment To transport bulky luggage (for example, a pair of skis in a ski bag), the luggage compartment and the passenger compartment can be connected by lowering the partition between the two rear seats. To lower the flap, unfasten it by pulling the tab A and then lower it towards the front of the vehicle. To close the flap, put it back into its original position and press until it clicks into place. Warning After closing the panel, always make sure it has clicked back into place properly to prevent it accidentally opening while driving. A 216 About your Vehicle

Folding forward of rear seats To increase space in the luggage compartment, the backrest of one or both rear seats can be lowered. To lower the rear seat backrest, pull the release lever B and then lower it towards the front of the vehicle. Warning After putting the backrest back into a vertical position, always make sure it has clicked back into place properly to prevent the backrest accidentally tilting forward while driving. 4 B About your Vehicle 217

Passenger compartment accessories Opening of the glove compartment can be deactivated by pressing button C. Call up the MENU screen page on the left TFT display Glove compartment (see page 108) and then select the items “Car setup”, “Glove box This is located on the passenger side of the dashboard. To open it key” and OFF. To reactivate opening using the button, select ON. press the OPEN C button: the glove compartment will move down Sun visors slowly by way of a damped opening mechanism. The sun visors can be moved by pulling them down towards the The glove compartment is illuminated by an internal light that windscreen and sideways by unhooking them from the fastener and comes on automatically when it is opened. turning them towards the door glass. There is an illuminated mirror on the back of the passenger sun Warning visor. Keep the glove compartment closed while driving. To close the glove compartment, push the top part until you hear the click of the lock. C 218 About your Vehicle

Oddment storage compartments Cup holders There are several oddment storage compartments in the passenger There are two cup holders on the centre console, one for the front compartment located on the lower part of the doors, on the centre occupants and one for the rear seat passengers: both have a slide console - under the front and rear arms - and on the back of the opening. front seat backrests. 4 About your Vehicle 219

Cigarette lighter 12V power sockets The cigarette lighter D is located under the centre console armrest The vehicle has two power sockets F and G, located in the and can be accessed by opening the flap E, as shown in the figure. passenger compartment, in the oddment storage compartment To operate the cigarette lighter (with the engine running or with under the rear arm, and on the right-hand side of the luggage the ignition key in position II), push it in. The cigarette lighter can compartment. be used when it pops back into its normal position. The sockets can be used to power small electrical appliances including mobile phones, lights, vacuum cleaner and any other accessory with absorption not exceeding 140 Watts and a voltage of Warning no more than 12 Volts. Hold the cigarette lighter by its special handle. You may burn your hands if you hold or touch other parts of the cigarette Warning lighter. Prolonged use of this device may discharge the battery. Do not try to insert plugs into the power socket that are not the right size and shape. F D G E 220 About your Vehicle

Warning Use the power socket to connect the tyre repair and inflation kit in an emergency ONLY for the amount of time strictly necessary. Fire extinguisher (optional) The vehicle can be equipped on request with a fire extinguisher mounted on special fastening brackets on the passenger side door sill. Powder filled, with 2 kg capacity (effective discharge time 8 seconds); it does not contain chlorofluorocarbons. Periodically check the gauge to make sure the pressure is correct and the extinguisher is fully charged. The extinguisher must be kept mounted on the fastening brackets. 4 If not used, we recommend removing the whole unit to increase space in the passenger footwell area taken up by the fastening brackets. Important note To use the extinguisher, follow the instructions written on it. About your Vehicle 221

Toolkit ................................................................ 224 Replacing light bulbs ........................................... 229 Replacing a fuse .................................................. 232 Replacing a wheel ................................................ 241 Towing ................................................................ 244 Battery ................................................................ 246 Battery conditioner .............................................. 250 EPB emergency release ......................................... 254 Park Lock emergency release ................................ 256

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Toolkit Warning Tool kit Repair work using the toolkit requires: Stored in the luggage compartment, it contains the necessary tools - suitable protective equipment (e.g. gloves) for emergency repair jobs: - adequate precautions to be taken (e.g. during tyre replacement • pair of cotton gloves; never lie under a vehicle raised by a jack) • set of fuses; - minimum specific expertise when working in contact with electrical parts/components (e.g. battery). • pliers for removing fuses; • tow hook; • insulated cutting pliers; • funnel for emergency fuelling; • screwdriver for slotted and crosshead screws; • EPB emergency release tool; • Park Lock emergency release tool; • emergency tyre repair and inflation kit. 224 Advice for Emergency Situations

Warning The Electric Parking Brake (EPB) emergency release tool and the Park Lock emergency release tool may only be used by specialised workshop technicians, as indicated on the label on the tool kit. 5 Advice for Emergency Situations 225

Emergency tyre repair and inflation kit Stored in the luggage compartment, it can be used in the event of a Warning puncture or low tyre pressure to repair and/or inflate a tyre enough Damage to the wheel rim that causes air leaks cannot be to continue the journey safely. repaired. Do not remove foreign objects (screws or nails) that have penetrated the tyre. Important note To use the tyre repair and inflation kit correctly, refer to the Warning instruction booklet provided with the kit. After using the repair kit, the vehicle must be considered in an emergency situation: drive with the greatest care (maximum Warning permissible speed 80 km/h - 50 mph). Give the instruction manual supplied with the kit to the personnel that will handle the tyre repaired with the tyre repair Warning kit. Apply the sticker supplied with the kit where it can easily be seen by the driver to indicate that the tyre has been treated with Warning the tyre repair kit. In the event of damage caused by foreign objects, tyres can be Drive carefully especially on bends. repaired with cuts of up to 4 mm in diameter on the tyre tread Avoid sudden accelerations or braking. and shoulder. Warning Warning The kit is to be used to temporarily repair only one tyre Punctures cannot be repaired on the sides of the tyre. Do not punctured by small objects: the kit may not be useful in the case use the tyre repair kit if the tyre has been damaged after driving of large punctures or tearing. with a flat tyre. 226 Advice for Emergency Situations

Important note Warning After driving for approximately 10 minutes, stop and recheck Keep the kit in its box and out of children’s reach. the tyre pressure. Do not inhale or swallow the fluid contained in the cartridge Remember to apply the parking brake. and avoid contact with the skin and eyes. Warning Warning If the pressure has decreased below 1.8 bar (26.11 psi), do The spray contains ethylene glycol and latex. not continue driving: the kit cannot guarantee the correct hold The latex may cause an allergic reaction, is harmful if swallowed because the tyre is too damaged. Contact the Ferrari Service and is irritating to eyes. May cause sensitisation by inhalation Network. and skin contact. Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing. If the tyre pressure is at least 1.8 bar (26.11 psi), restore the In case of contact, rinse immediately with plenty of water. If correct pressure and continue driving. swallowed, do not induce vomiting, rinse mouth, drink plenty of Drive very carefully to the nearest Ferrari Service Network. water and seek immediate medical advice. Keep out of reach of children. The product should not be used by asthma sufferers. 5 Do not inhale vapours during use. In the event of an allergic Warning reaction, seek immediate medical advice. Store the spray can in its special case away from sources of heat. The repaired tyre must be replaced as soon as possible and the The liquid sealant has an expiry date: the expiry date is workshop personnel must be informed that the tyre was treated indicated on the kit. with tyre repair fluid. Advice for Emergency Situations 227

Useful accessories Environment In addition to the tools supplied with the vehicle, the hazard warning triangle and fluorescent safety jacket should always be Replace the spray can containing the expired liquid sealant. Do kept on board in order to signal hazardous situations in compliance not dispose of the spray can and sealant in normal domestic with regulations. waste. Dispose of in accordance with national and local regulations or ask the Ferrari Service Network to take care of disposal. Warning The sealant in the kit cartridge can damage the sensor inside the wheel rim on vehicles fitted with a tyre temperature and pressure monitoring system (TPMS). If this occurs, the sensor must be replaced. Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Warning Wear the protective gloves supplied with the tyre inflation and repair kit. 228 Advice for Emergency Situations

Replacing the front and rear light bulbs Replacing number plate light bulbs To replace a number plate light bulb, proceed as follows: Important note • remove the light from the right side where there is a spring clip; To replace the front and rear light bulbs, contact the Ferrari • remove the transparent cover A from its housing; Service Network. • replace the bulb by removing connector B from its housing; To adjust the headlight beam, please contact the Ferrari • refit the connector and transparent cover by inserting it first from Service Network. the left side and then pressing on the other side. 5 B A Advice for Emergency Situations 229

Replacing other light bulbs Glove compartment, underdoor and luggage compartment bulbs • Use a screwdriver to gently prise under the edge of the Roof dome light transparent cover G and lift it. • Use a screwdriver to gently prise under the edge of the • Completely remove the transparent cover from its housing. transparent cover C of the dome light and remove it from the roof panel. • Take the bulb out of its clips. • Replace the bulb D or E or F. • Replace the bulb. • Refit the dome light and make sure that the wires are not trapped • Refit the transparent cover and make sure that the wires are not by inserting it first from the connector side and then pressing on trapped by inserting it first from the connector side and then the opposite side. pressing on the opposite side. Follow the same procedure for replacing the underdoor light bulbs and the luggage compartment dome light bulbs. � � � G � 230 Advice for Emergency Situations

Light bulbs (12 V except for high beam and low beam) Type Power Low beams and high beams gas-discharge (XENON) Das Front running lights LED Front turn indicator lights LED Side turn indicator lights incandescent T4W Running and stop lights LED Reverse lights incandescent H6W Supplementary stop lights LED Rear turn indicator lights LED Rear fog lights incandescent H21W Number plate lights incandescent 5W Passenger compartment dome light incandescent 8W 5 Spotlights incandescent 5W Rear dome lights incandescent 5W Glove compartment light incandescent 5W Underdoor courtesy lights incandescent 5W Luggage compartment lights incandescent 5W Advice for Emergency Situations 231

Replacing a fuse Fuse colours When an electrical device is not working, check that the Ampere corresponding fuse is not blown. yellow ochre 5 A - Unblown fuse. brown 7.5 B - Blown fuse. red 10 Important note light blue 15 If the problem persists, contact the Ferrari Service Network. yellow 20 white 25 green 30 Important note When replacing a fuse, always use fuses of the same amperage Maxi fuse colours (same colour). Ampere The tool bag contains spare fuses. yellow 20 To remove the fuses, use the pliers C in the tool bag. green 30 orange 46 red 50 � blue 60 � � 232 Advice for Emergency Situations

Location of the fuse and relay boxes A - Fuses and relays in battery compartment (right-hand side of engine compartment) B - Body Computer fuses and relays (dashboard to left of steering wheel) A C - Fuses and relays in passenger compartment on passenger side (under passenger side footrest) D - Fuses and relays on centre console (under rear cup holder compartment) E - Fuses and relays in luggage compartment B (behind right-hand luggage compartment shield) C 5 D E Advice for Emergency Situations 233

Fuses and relays in battery compartment F-71 50 Front lift pump To access these fuses: F-72 40 Parking brake power • open the engine compartment lid and remove the cosmetic shield F-73 70 Dashboard ECU power on the right-hand side of the engine compartment by unscrewing the screws shown in the figure; Body Computer fuses and relays • remove the cover of box A located above the positive terminal. To access these fuses, remove the dashboard panel 1 to the left of the steering wheel. Important note Only open the boxes containing the fuses that need to be Important note checked to avoid damaging other components. Only open the boxes containing the fuses that need to be checked to avoid damaging other components. Box A contains these fuses: Ref. Amp. Use Box B contains these fuses and relays: CAL5 CAL5 Power supply (starter motor and alternator) Engine relay and fuse ECU power supply F-70 150 (SCM) A 234 Advice for Emergency Situations

Ref. Amp. Use EOBD socket, anti-theft system siren, Air F-39 15 Conditioning Node F-12 15 Right high beam F-40 30 Heated rear window F-13 15 Left high beam Windscreen washer nozzle demisting power INT/A for air conditioning and heating F-41 15 F-31 7.5 supply system, Body Computer Node F-42 7.5 Alternator Foot well and step lights, luggage F-32 10 compartment lights, side marker relay, glove F-43 30 T28, T29, T26, T27 relay power supply compartment relay coil F-44 20 Passenger seat heating, cigarette lighter F-33 30 Electronically controlled Gearbox Node F-47 30 Driver-side door, driver-side power window High beam relay coils, headlight washer, Passenger-side door, passenger-side power F-35 7.5 illumination of buttons, adaptive headlight ECU, F-48 30 window headlights, power steering, entertainment system Rain sensor, parking sensors, seats, suspension lift, F-36 10 Parking sensors, fuel filler flap relay coil F-49 7.5 Japan navigation system, electrochromic mirror F-37 10 Instrument Panel Node F-50 7.5 Airbag Node F-38 15 Luggage compartment lock actuator, wiper control ECU F-51 7.5 Electronically controlled Gearbox Node, ignition button 5 B 1 F-72 F-73 F71 F-71 F-72 F-73 F-70 F-70 CAL2 CAL5 Advice for Emergency Situations 235

F-52 15 Power socket, driver's seat heating, wiper Fuses and relays in passenger compartment on passenger side control ECU relay To access these fuses, remove the passenger side footrest 2 by T01 20 Low beam relay unscrewing the screws as shown in the figure. T11 30 Heated rear window relay Box C contains these fuses and relays: T12 30 Service relay 1 (dependent on INT/A ignition Ref. Amp. Use switch) F-01 40 +30 electric radiator fan 2 T13 50 Jumper (service power supply 2) F-02 40 +30 ABS (valves) F-03 70 Bus bar power supply for F-107, F-108, F-91, F-92, F-109, F-104, F-103 F-04 50 +30 ABS (pump) F-05 40 +30 Air conditioning Node F-06 40 +30 electric radiator fan 1 F-07 20 +30 Horn relay F-08 7.5 Air conditioning and heating system compressor F-09 7.5 +30 Alternator sensing 2 236 Advice for Emergency Situations

F-10 30 +30 Bus bar for F-94, F-95, F-106 F-91 7.5 +30 Tyre pressure node, LH headlight LED module relay F-11 25 Left bank oxygen sensors F-14 15 +30 High beam relay F-92 10 +30 RH headlight LED module relay, EPB- activated stop light control relay F-15 30 +30 Ignition switch F-94 15 +30 Radio/CAN box/ICP/clock spring/Japan F-16 25 +30 Right bank engine control power supply navigation system stabiliser F-17 25 +30 Left bank engine control power supply F-95 10 +30 Current stabiliser F-20 30 +30 Right cylinder bank injection system F-102 10 +30 ABS (electronic) power supply F-103 20 +30 4WD front differential ECU F-21 30 +30 4WD system hydraulic pump relay F-104 15 +30 4WD electric cooling fan relay F-22 15 Left bank (ignition coil) F-105 30 +30 ABS (valves) F-24 15 Right bank (ignition coil) F-106 7.5 +30 Passenger compartment control lighting F-30 30 +30 Starting relay F-107 10 +30 Right cylinder bank injection system F-81 50 +30 Fuel pump ESD ECU power supply F-82 70 +30 Dashboard ECU and luggage compartment ECU power supply F-108 10 +30 Left cylinder bank injection system power supply, starting relay 5 F-83 50 +30 Air pump relay F-84 30 +30 Suspension Control Node C F-85 25 Headlight washer F-87 25 Right bank oxygen sensors F-88 10 +15 Left cylinder bank injection system F-89 10 +15 Right cylinder bank injection system F-90 7.5 +15 4WD front differential ECU Advice for Emergency Situations 237

F-109 7.5 +30 Supplementary stop light relay T20 30 Starting relay T02 30 High beam relay T26 30 Windscreen wiper first speed relay T03 30 Passenger compartment control lighting relay T27 30 Windscreen wiper second speed relay T05 30 Supplementary stop light relay T28 30 Windscreen washer pump relay T06 30 Battery cooling fan relay (preset) T29 30 Rear window washer pump relay T07 50 Horn relay T30 50 Air pump relay T08 30 Air conditioning and heating system T31 30 Headlight washer pump relay compressor relay T37 30 Radiator fan relay 2 T09 30 Left cylinder bank injection system main relay T38 30 Left headlight LED module power supply T10 30 Right cylinder bank injection system main relay relay T39 30 Right headlight LED module power supply T14 30 4WD system electric cooling fan relay relay T17 10/20 INT/A relay (devices excluded at ignition) T40 30 Radiator fan relay 1 T19 30 EPB-activated stop light control relay 238 Advice for Emergency Situations

Fuses and relays on centre console F-67 7.5 Side Markers 2 (RH front and LH rear) To access these fuses, remove the rear cup holder compartment 3. F-78 15 +30 Wiper control ECU relay Box D contains these fuses and relays: F-80 30 +30 Bus bar in CS-SCM3 power supply Ref. Amp. Use T21 50 Side Marker relay F-54 30 +30 HiFi amplifier T22 30 Reverse light relay F-56 30 +30 Driving Position Node T23 30 Fuel filler flap relay F-57 7.5 Side Markers 1 (LH front and RH rear) T25 30 Electronically controlled gearbox main relay F-59 7.5 Reverse light power supply F-60 30 +30 Passenger Position Node F-61 20 +30 Cigarette lighter relay F-63 15 +30 Electronically controlled gearbox main relay F-64 7.5 Fuel filler flap actuator power supply F-65 F-66 20 30 +30 Door lock actuator +30 Bus bar in CS-SCM3 5 D 3 Advice for Emergency Situations 239

Fuses and relays in luggage compartment To access these fuses, remove the shield 4 on the right-hand side of the luggage compartment by pulling the tabs shown in the figure. Box E contains these fuses and relays. Ref. Amp. Use F-96 10 +30 Luggage compartment lock relay F-97 10 +30 Electronic Passenger Position Node, luggage compartment striker plate F-98 15 +30 Battery conditioner socket F-100 7.5 +30 Driving Position Node, suspension lift ECU F-101 10 +30 Entertainment components T40 30 Glove compartment lock relay T41 30 Luggage compartment lid lock relay T42 30 Wiper control ECU relay T43 30 Cigarette lighter relay E 4 240 Advice for Emergency Situations

Replacing a wheel • additional tool bag C containing the jack for raising the vehicle and the socket wrenches for operating the jack and tightening the wheel stud bolts. Important note If one or more wheels need to be replaced, proceed as follows: Warning • replace the wheel stud bolts with damaged threads or tapers The spare wheel must only be used for short trips in the event • carefully clean the wheel stud bolts before fitting of an emergency. • do not lubricate the contact surfaces between the stud bolt When the spare wheel is fitted, never exceed the maximum and the wheel rim and between the wheel rim and the brake speed of 80 km/h (50 mph) and drive carefully, especially disk. around bends and when overtaking, avoiding sudden In order not to remove the antilock coating, do not clean the acceleration or braking. wheel rim cones with solvents or aggressive products. Do not exceed the approved weight limits. Do not fit snow chains on the spare wheel. Collapsible spare wheel (optional) Never fit more than one spare wheel at a time. On request, the vehicle comes with a kit containing: • collapsible spare wheel A with space-saving tyre; label B indicates the maximum speed allowed of 80 km/h (50 mph); Important note Failure to comply with these instructions could lead to loss of 5 control of the vehicle and consequently damage to the vehicle and injuries to its occupants. � � � Advice for Emergency Situations 241

Replacing a wheel • Raise the vehicle carefully using jack E until the wheel is off the • Position the vehicle on an even surface, then block the rear wheels ground. by applying the parking brake. Warning Warning If the jack is not positioned correctly, the vehicle could slip off. Make sure that the vehicle is in a safe position by applying the Make sure that no part of the body is underneath the vehicle parking brake. while changing the wheel. The supplied jack must only be used for changing wheels. • If necessary, switch on the hazard warning lights and place the hazard triangle at the required distance from the vehicle. • Unscrew the five stud bolts and remove the wheel. • Take the spare wheel and tools out of the luggage compartment. • Fit the uninflated collapsible spare wheel. • Loosen the five wheel stud bolts approximately one turn each • Screw the stud bolts into place but do not tighten them. using wrench D supplied. • Place the base of the jack E on flat firm ground under one of the Warning jacking points F on the underfloor as shown in the figure. Inflate the collapsible spare wheel before lowering the vehicle to avoid damaging the rims. • Inflate the collapsible spare wheel using the inflation kit. F E D 242 Advice for Emergency Situations

Warning The kit must be used in “tyre inflation” mode. Refer to the instruction manual supplied with the kit. • Inflate the spare wheel to the indicated pressure (see page 29). • Lower the vehicle and remove the jack. • Tightly fasten the stud bolts, alternately going from one stud bolt to one that is diametrically opposite. As soon as possible, tighten the stud bolts with the torque wrench to a torque of 100 Nm. Warning The spare wheel does not have a tyre pressure monitoring sensor (see label on spare wheel tool bag). After fitting, it is not checked by the system but complies with international regulations ECE R64/01. 5 After fitting, we recommend that you go to the nearest Ferrari Service Network. Advice for Emergency Situations 243

Towing Warning When towing the vehicle, avoid using anchor points that are not designed for the tow hook inserted in housing B. While towing the vehicle, you must comply with Road Regulations. Proceed as follows: • Take the tow hook out of the tool bag. • Tightly screw the tow hook into housing B. Warning • Release the EPB. Do not tow the vehicle by attaching to levers, suspension and • Release the Park Lock. wheel rims but only to the tow hook properly fitted in place. Keep the key in position II to enable the lights to work and Warning prevent the steering wheel from locking if it is turned; when towing the vehicle, do not start the engine. If there is an electrical system failure, release the EPB and Park Lock manually (see pages 254-256). Important note Remember that when the engine is switched off, the power steering and brake servo functions do not work. B 244 Advice for Emergency Situations

Fuel inertia switch The fuel inertia switch is a safety device which deactivates the fuel pump relays if a collision occurs. A symbol appears on the left TFT display and the hazard warning lights come on to indicate that the switch has been activated. When the fuel inertia switch is activated, the doors are also unlocked (if locked) and the central dome light comes on. Warning The fuel pump relays can be reactivated by pressing button A on the floor in front of the driver's seat. 5 A Advice for Emergency Situations 245

Battery Warning The battery is located on the right-hand side of the engine compartment: to access it, remove the cosmetic shield by Do not place the battery near sources of heat, sparks or naked unscrewing the two screws shown in the figure. flames. Checking the battery The vehicle is equipped with a sealed lead acid battery that does not require maintenance. Warning • Periodically check that the terminals and pins are clean and firmly secured. The battery does not need topping up with distilled water or sulphuric acid. • Visually inspect the outer casing for any cracks. • If the battery overcharges, it will wear out quickly. Have the vehicle electrical system checked if the battery tends to discharge Warning easily. The battery must only be removed from the vehicle by the Disconnecting the battery Ferrari Service Network. Removal of or damage to the battery Before disconnecting the battery, deactivate the electronic alarm affect the vehicle software ECUs and may result in error codes, using the remote control. data loss or inaccurate data. Warning Never disconnect the battery from the electrical system when the engine is running. Before disconnecting the battery, lower the side windows by at least 2-3 centimetres (0.8-1.2. in.) to avoid damaging the strips when opening and closing the doors. 246 Advice for Emergency Situations

Detach the terminal from the battery: the power supply from the Warning battery to the electrical system is cut off. When the battery is connected and charged, this operation is automatically performed when the doors are opened and closed. Warning The windows must remain lowered until the charged battery is The battery quick release must only be used if the battery reconnected. If the battery is discharged and the windows are conditioner cannot be connected. fully up, only open the doors when strictly necessary and take great care; do not close them again until the windows can be lowered. Warning Place the terminal so that it does not come into contact with the Important note battery terminal or other metal parts of the vehicle. We recommend using the battery conditioner if the vehicle is going to left unused for a long period. Reconnecting the battery To cut off the power supply from the battery to the electrical Place the clamp on the battery and fasten it by closing the locking system, use the quick release C on the left side of the battery. Use lever. the locking lever to loosen the terminal. Each time the battery is reconnected, do the following before starting the engine: 5 - close both doors and close the luggage compartment lid; unlock and lock the doors using the remote control; open the luggage compartment lid using the remote control; - adjust the clock (date and time on instrument panel); - close both doors and fully raise the driver side and passenger side windows to their upper limit; check that the windows move down to the “target position” when the doors are opened. C Advice for Emergency Situations 247

Emergency starting Warning If the battery is flat, you can perform an emergency start by Before starting the engine, wait at least 60 second with the connecting the special jump leads to the battery of another vehicle, ignition key in position II to allow the electronic system that a portable jump starter or an external battery. controls the motor-driven valves and the AC ECU to run a self- acquisition process. Important note During this period, no devices must be activated. Emergency starting can only be performed with batteries with a nominal voltage of 12 V. The Motronic ECU self-acquisition cycle will only function correctly when the intake air temperature is above 5 °C (41 °F). After removing the battery from the vehicle or disconnecting it Important note from the electrical system using the battery master switch, it is For emergency starting, only use leads that do not allow reverse important to check that the external temperature is within the polarity, with sufficient cross-section and insulated clamps. indicated values when reconnecting before performing the self- acquisition cycle. 248 Advice for Emergency Situations

To perform an emergency start, do the following: • Start the engine. • Apply the parking brake. • Disconnect the jump lead from the earthing point and then from • Deactivate all the electrical devices. the positive terminal of the battery on your vehicle. • Remove the cosmetic shield on the right-hand side of the engine compartment by unscrewing the screws shown in the figure. Warning • Remove the cover A of the fuse box located above the positive After emergency starting, go to the nearest Ferrari Service terminal. Network immediately to get the battery checked. • If emergency starting is performed using the battery of another vehicle, leave the engine on the other vehicle to idle. • Using the jump leads, connect the positive terminal of the battery to the positive terminal of the portable jump starter or external battery going from the battery on your own vehicle. • Connect the negative terminal of the portable jump starter or external battery to an earthing point on your vehicle using the jump lead going from the external battery. 5 A Advice for Emergency Situations 249

Battery conditioner Warning The vehicle is equipped with a battery conditioner to maintain and recharge the battery. Place the battery conditioner where it can be easily seen away from heat sources and out of children's reach. Important note After connecting the battery conditioner to the socket in the Using the battery conditioner will extend the life of the battery. vehicle, run the connection cable underneath the luggage compartment lid near the bottom corner. The device is kept in a pocket inside the car cover bag supplied with the vehicle. Important note The battery conditioner connection socket D is located on the Do not run the connection cable out of the vehicle in positions right-hand side of the luggage compartment behind cover B. other than those indicated to prevent damaging the seals and/or To access the socket D, remove the cover B by pulling the two tabs the cable. shown in the figure. If you do not plan to use the vehicle for over a week, we recommend you connect the battery conditioner to keep the battery in perfect working order. D B 250 Advice for Emergency Situations

Exhaust system overheating alarm devices Warning (“Slow Down” function) The engine cannot be started as long as the battery conditioner If the engine is running unevenly resulting in exhaust system is connected to the vehicle socket. overheating, the “Slow Down” function is activated: a special symbol (see page 126) appears on the left TFT display Important note accompanied by a message. The message varies according to three alarm levels: Additional technical information on the use of the device can be • Temperature high: “Catalysts temp. high. Slow down”. found in the manual provided inside the pocket of the car cover bag. • Temperature too high: “Catalysts temp. too high. Engine performance limited”. • Catalytic converter temperature system failure: “Catalysts temp. not plausible. Go to dealer slowly”. Displaying of the message is controlled by the thermistor via the engine control ECU. Warning Incorrect use of the vehicle may cause the “Slow Down” 5 function to be activated. Warning If the temperature is high: slow down immediately so that the exhaust system temperature decreases. Advice for Emergency Situations 251

Clutch overheat alarm devices Warning Extremely high performance use of the vehicle at high engine If the temperature is too high: speeds for prolonged periods and at high ambient temperatures the temperature in the catalytic converters has reached a may cause the DCT gearbox clutches to overheat. In this case, the dangerous level and could damage them; if you continue to following safety warnings will be displayed on the left TFT display, drive, the engine control ECU intervenes and reduces the corresponding to two different alarm levels: torque produced by the engine. • The message “Clutch overheated” The torque limit remains active until the catalytic converter • The message “Clutch overheated” accompanied by an acoustic temperature goes down to normal operating values. signal. When the message “Clutch overheated” is displayed, the driver may notice a difference in the behaviour of the system during gearshifts Warning and/or during standing starts. If catalytic converter temperature system failure information is displayed: - the engine control ECU intervenes and reduces the torque produced by the engine - the driver must slow down and slowly drive to the nearest Ferrari Service Network to have the engine parameters checked. Warning If the EOBD warning light (see page 124) comes on at the same time as the “Slow Down” message, go to the Ferrari Service Network to have the ECU error memory checked. Do not Clutch overheated proceed in any other way. 252 Advice for Emergency Situations

Engine malfunction alarm devices Important note If the “engine control system failure” (EOBD, see page 124) Certain high-performance actions (including but not limited to: warning light flashes or comes on permanently while the engine is “LAUNCH” control start, standing start with wheelspin with running, it indicates that the engine or the emission control system Manettino set to ESC OFF, etc.) may be inhibited to prevent may be malfunctioning. excessive overheating of the clutches: the system warns the The electronic system detects and isolates the error preventing driver that the action is not permitted by displaying the message damage to the engine or the production of harmful emissions. “Operation not admissible” on the left TFT display. Warning Warning When the “engine diagnostic system failure” warning light As soon as any of the warnings described above appear on the comes on, engine performance may be considerably reduced. left TFT display, the driver must slow down, continue driving Drive carefully, avoiding sudden acceleration and high speeds. at an engine speed between 2,000 and 3,000 rpm and minimise Contact the Ferrari Service Network immediately. gearshift frequency to allow the clutches to cool down as quickly as possible. These driving conditions must be maintained until the message “Clutch overheated” is no longer displayed. 5 Advice for Emergency Situations 253

Replacing the brake pads and discs Emergency release of the electric parking brake (EPB) Brake pads The front brake pads have a wear detector connected to the brake Warning warning light; if this warning light comes on or braking is not The release procedure must only be carried out by specialised even, have the pad thickness and the state of the braking surfaces workshop technicians. checked. If the system cannot be released, contact the nearest Ferrari The minimum brake pad thickness is 3 mm - 0.12 in. (thickness of Service Centre. the friction material only). Replacing brake pads When the brake failure warning light comes on, it means that Warning the front brake pads are excessively worn and must be replaced When the electric parking brake is deactivated manually, the immediately. vehicle may move. To keep the vehicle stationary, the Park Lock safety device must Warning be applied: make sure that the letter “P” appears on the gearbox To guarantee the quality of the components and proper display. installation, we recommend that you have the brake pads replaced at a Ferrari Service Centre. After replacement, avoid sudden braking until the new pads are seated properly (approximately 300 km - 186 mi). A 254 Advice for Emergency Situations

If the vehicle needs to be moved but the electric parking brake cannot be deactivated because the battery is flat or there is a failure Important note in the electrical system that controls it, the emergency release To release the brake completely, the wrench needs to be procedure described below must be performed. turned 50 times and it starts to be released after approximately • Take wrench A for EPB emergency release out of the tool bag. 20 turns. Warning Once the electric parking brake has been manually released, the Wrench A may only be used by specialised workshop EPB node records a failure at the next key-on and a special symbol technicians, as indicated on label C on the tool kit. and the following message are displayed on the left TFT display: “Parking Brake system revision. Go to dealer”. • Using the special rectangular slot B on the LH side of the tool kit (indicated by a label), place the wrench in the EPB release Warning housing (in the lower part of the slot, as shown in the figure) and The parking brake resumes normal operation, but it is important turn it clockwise: this loosens the parking brake cables. to go to the nearest workshop to have it calibrated and delete any errors in the error memory. Go to a Ferrari Service Centre. Calibration is necessary for safety reasons. 5 C B Advice for Emergency Situations 255

Park Lock emergency release Warning Warning When the Park Lock safety device is deactivated manually, the vehicle may move unexpectedly. The emergency release procedure must only be carried out by specialised workshop technicians. The vehicle is only kept stationary by the parking brake, if applied. If the system cannot be released, contact the nearest Ferrari Service Centre. The Park Lock manual emergency release device is found in the top right of the tool kit, as shown by the arrow in the figure. Warning To perform the Park Lock emergency release procedure, do the following: This should be avoided unless absolutely necessary: • Take wrench D out of the tool kit. - to tow the vehicle; - if there is a Park Lock failure (displayed on the left TFT display with the message “Only manual unlock gearbox Warning allowed: See handbook”). Wrench D may only be used by specialised workshop technicians, as indicated on label C on the tool bag. C D 256 Advice for Emergency Situations

• Remove the rubber protection cap E. • Place wrench D in the manual release device housing F. • To perform the emergency release, turn wrench D clockwise for a quarter turn. If the electrical system allows it, check that the letter “N” appears on the gearbox display by turning the ignition key to position II. The following message will appear on the left TFT display: “Gearbox not in Parking position”. At the same time, an audible signal is repeated four times to indicate that it has been released. 5 E F Advice for Emergency Situations 257

Warranty Booklet ................................................ 260 Maintenance ....................................................... 260 Level checks......................................................... 262 Wheels and tyres ................................................. 269 Maintenance of seat belts and pretensioners ......... 271 Cleaning the vehicle ............................................. 271 If the vehicle is stored for long periods .................. 275

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Warranty Booklet Maintenance schedule The vehicle comes with a “Warranty Booklet”. At the intervals prescribed, the Ferrari Service Centres must This contains the vehicle’s warranty validity conditions. perform all the fine-tuning and checking operations indicated in the “Warranty Booklet”. Warning It is however advisable to report any small fault which occurs when using the vehicle (e.g. small leaks of essential fluids) to the Ferrari The warranty booklet also contains special blank spaces Service Network immediately and not wait until the next service is where the Ferrari Service Network can register the due to correct the problem. regular maintenance services performed, as indicated in the Periodic maintenance services must be performed at least once a maintenance schedule. year even if the specified mileage limit has not been reached (see “Annual Maintenance” in the “Warranty Booklet”). Maintenance It is essential to always keep the vehicle in proper working order Displaying information on scheduled maintenance to ensure a long working life and to prevent any running defects, If the next scheduled maintenance deadline is approaching, at key- caused by negligence or lack of maintenance, and consequently to on, the message “Service Stop within:” is displayed for 5 seconds avoid hazardous situations. on the left TFT display followed by the number of kilometres or days before vehicle servicing. The information is provided in Important note kilometres or days according to the deadline that comes first. All repair work on any safety system component must be performed by the Ferrari Service Network. Service stop within: 100 km 260 Care of the vehicle

Information on scheduled maintenance can also be displayed on the left TFT display if requested by the driver irrespective of the scheduled deadlines. To do this, call up the MENU screen page (see page 94) and select “Service”. Chassis and bodywork maintenance The chassis has technological and manufacturing specifications that require that any operation be performed by staff specially trained to work with this innovative technology. It is of crucial importance to use equipment tested by Ferrari if the repair work is to be performed in accordance with rules of good workmanship. Proper execution of repair work ensures that the commercial value of the vehicle is preserved and the safety standards are complied with. Important note If the chassis is damaged in an accident, Ferrari advises customers to contact the Ferrari Service Network who will perform the necessary safety checks. The chassis, under standard conditions of use, requires no maintenance; it is however advisable to contact the Ferrari Service Network at the intervals indicated in the “Warranty Booklet” in order to have it checked. 6 Care of the vehicle 261

Level checks Ref. A B C A Engine oil tank cap (page 264) Brake fluid tank cap B (page 267) Windscreen and headlight washer fluid C tank cap (page 268) D E D Coolant tank cap (page 266) Power steering system oil tank cap E (page 266) 262 Care of the vehicle

Important note The level checks must be performed at the intervals indicated in the “Warranty Booklet” or, in any case, before starting a long journey. Environment All the materials used for the following operations (e.g. cloths soaked with oil or grease, pans, etc.) must be disposed of in compliance with the environmental protection regulations. Important note Only use lubricants and/or fluids recommended by Ferrari (see the “Refilling” table on page 32). 6 Care of the vehicle 263

Checking the engine oil level 5. Remove the cosmetic shield on the right-hand side of the engine compartment by unscrewing the screws shown in the figure and Warning then remove the filling cap A, remove the dipstick F and check the level: the level must be between the MIN and MAX notches The engine oil level must be checked when the engine is idling on the dipstick. and warm and the vehicle is on level ground. DO NOT add oil with different characteristics from those of the Important note oil already in the engine. The distance between the MIN and MAX notches corresponds to approximately 1.5 litres of oil. The symbol, shown below, on the left TFT display and the message “Check engine oil level” inform the driver that the engine oil level must be checked. 6. If the level is low, top up with the recommended oil and make sure you do not fill beyond the MAX level on the dipstick. Warning Proceed as follows: If the oil level is below MIN, top it up and then have the system checked by the Ferrari Service Network. 1. Run the engine until the engine oil temperature has reached 85 - 90 °C (185 - 194 °F). 2. Leave to idle for at least 4 minutes. 3. Run the engine at between 4,000 and 4,500 RPM for 1 minute. 4. Leave to idle for 2 minutes and then (before the 3rd minute A elapses) check the oil level. F Important note If the oil is checked after 3 minutes, repeat stages 3. and 4. and check the level again. 264 Care of the vehicle

7. Screw cap A back on tightly. Checking the DCT gearbox oil level After topping up, the “low oil level” symbol on the left TFT display may remain on for some time. This will allow the system to perform Important note all the necessary checks. You should therefore consider this behaviour normal. We recommend that you have the oil level of the DCT gearbox checked by the Ferrari Service Network or by skilled staff. 8. When you have added or changed the oil, check the oil level once again as indicated above. Important note The first check was performed between the 2nd and 3rd minute and the second check must therefore be performed within the same interval of time. For example, if the first check was performed after 2 mins 30 seconds, the second check must also be performed after approximately 2 mins 30 seconds. Environment Top up with due care to avoid pouring the oil out of the filler neck. 6 Care of the vehicle 265

Checking the coolant level Checking the power steering system oil level Warning Warning The coolant in the cooling system reaches very high The power steering oil level must be checked with the engine temperatures and pressures. This procedure must always be warm, after having driven at least 15 km (9 mi). If it is checked performed when the ENGINE IS COLD. Never remove the cap when the engine is cold, the level may appear to be very low from the expansion tank when the engine is running or warm. even when the recommended amount of oil is in the system. • Remove the cap D from the expansion tank. • Check that the level can be seen from the filler neck. Warning • If the level is low, top it up with the recommended fluid. If the oil level is below MIN, top it up and then have the system checked by the Ferrari Service Network. Important note Proceed as follows: If frequent top-ups are required after short trips, have the system checked by the Ferrari Service Network. • Remove cap E with the dipstick from the tank. • Screw cap D back on tightly. E D 266 Care of the vehicle

• Check that the power steering oil level is between the MIN and Checking the brake fluid level MAX levels on the dipstick. Proceed as follows: • If the level is near the MIN reference mark, top up with the • Remove the cosmetic shield on the left-hand side of the engine recommended oil up to the MAX level. compartment by unscrewing the screws shown in the figure and check that the level is near the MAX mark shown in the figure. Warning Always use the indicated quantity of new, recommended fluid Important note taken from sealed containers. Clean cap B before removing it. The fluid in the circuit is synthetic. The use of mineral-based fluid may irreparably damage the rubber system gaskets. • If the level is near the MIN mark shown in the figure, remove cap B and top up with the recommended oil to the MAX mark. • Screw cap E back on tightly. Warning Environment Always use the indicated quantity of new, recommended fluid Do not dispose of used fluid in the environment. taken from sealed containers. MAX B MAX 6 MIN MIN Care of the vehicle 267

Windscreen and headlight washer fluid Environment The windscreen and headlight washer fluid tank can be accessed by lifting the engine compartment lid. Never dispose of used fluid in the environment. • Lift cap C and fill the tank with the recommended fluid (see the “Refilling” table on page 32) until it can be seen in the fluid Warning filling manifold. • Close cap C. The fluid in the brake system may damage plastic, rubber and painted parts and is highly dangerous if it comes into contact with the eyes or the skin. If the fluid comes into contact with the eyes or skin, wash the affected part thoroughly with running water. To avoid any risk, always use protective goggles and gloves. Keep out from children's reach! Warning The use of mineral-based fluids will irreparably damage the system rubber gaskets. Do not use fluids other than those already in the system for topping up. C • Screw the cap B back on tightly. 268 Care of the vehicle

Wheels and tyres Low tyre pressure can lead to overheating, internal damage and even destruction of the tyres. To ensure maximum performance and tyre life and to permit the best tyre adjustment on the wheel rim, it is important to comply with the following instructions for the first 200/300 km (125 - 185 Warning mi) with new tyres: Inflating the tyres to a pressure which is different from that • avoid sudden acceleration prescribed will make the TPMS inaccurate. • avoid sharp braking and steering • drive at moderate speed on straight roads and on curves. Sudden impact with pavements, potholes and other obstacles of various types as well as long trips on rough roads can cause damage How to use the tyres to the tyres that is not always visible to the naked eye. Check the tyres regularly for any signs of damage (e.g. scratches, cuts, cracks, bulges, etc.). Important note If sharp objects penetrate the tyres, they can cause damage which is To ensure safe driving, the tyres must be kept in good condition. only visible when the tyre is removed. Have any damage inspected by an expert as it may considerably The inflation pressure must correspond to the specified values and reduce tyre life. must be checked only when the tyres are cold since tyre pressure Remember that tyres deteriorate over time even if they are rarely increases as tyre temperature increases. used or not used at all. Never reduce the pressure if the tyres are hot. Cracks in the tread and side walls, possibly accompanied by bulging, are sure signs of ageing. Environment Winter tyres 6 Periodically check the tyre pressure. Driving with the tyres inflated to the correct pressure helps to reduce fuel consumption. Warning The maximum speed supported by the winter tyres (see page 29) is lower than that supported by the summer tyres. Always check the maximum speed rating indicated on the tyre by the tyre manufacturer. Care of the vehicle 269

Warning Warning The Ferrari Service Network has the necessary equipment for “Directional” type tyres have an arrow on their side wall to tyre replacement. indicate the direction in which they must rotate or which side is Have the tyres replaced by the Ferrari Service Network which the outer one. When replaced, maximum performance levels can has the equipment needed to avoid damage to the sensor inside only be ensured if the rotation direction corresponds with the the wheel rim which could be caused by carelessly performed direction indicated by the arrow. procedures. Tyres on the same axle must always be replaced in pairs. Ensure that tyres are not kept in stock for more than 4 years. The maximum limit for keeping tyres in stock is 4 years Regularly check the tyre tread (minimum acceptable depth provided they are kept away from sunlight, bad weather and 1.7 mm). As the tread wear increases, there is a greater risk of damp and where there is a low oxygen content. skidding. Important note Warning Drive carefully on wet roads to reduce the risk of “aquaplaning”. The Ferrari Service Network can certify whether aged tyres are suitable for use. In any case, tyres that have been on a vehicle for more than 3 years must be checked by a Ferrari Wheel alignment check and adjustment Service Centre. When you notice unusual wear of the tyres and in any case, at the intervals prescribed in the “Warranty Booklet”, have the Ferrari Service Network check the wheel toe-in and camber. Warning We recommend replacing tyres every 4 years under normal use. Frequent use in maximum load conditions and at high temperatures may accelerate ageing. Never fit tyres of uncertain origin. 270 Care of the vehicle

Maintenance of seat belts and pretensioners Cleaning the vehicle • Periodically check that the screws on the anchor points are tight Cleaning the exterior and that the seat belt is in perfect condition and slides smoothly. • The seat belt must be kept clean; the presence of any dirt could prevent the seat belt retractor from working properly. Environment • To clean the seat belt, wash it by hand with mild soap and water, All the materials used for the following operations (e.g. cloths rinse it and let it dry. Do not use strong detergents, bleach or soaked with oil or grease, pans, etc.) must be disposed of in aggressive solvents, as they can weaken the fibres. compliance with the environmental protection regulations. • Do not let the seat belt retractors get wet: proper functioning is only ensured if they are kept dry. Proper care of the vehicle on the part of the owner is essential for • The pretensioner requires no maintenance or lubrication. If the vehicle long life. immersed in water or mud, the pretensioner must necessarily be Here is a list of the main precautions to be taken. replaced. • Certain parts of the vehicle should not be left wet or dirty for • The pretensioner must be replaced at the intervals indicated in long periods of time: in particular, the passenger compartment the “Warranty Booklet”. floor and the luggage compartment must always be kept clean and dry. The draining holes under the doors should be kept unclogged to allow any water to drain. • The underbody and the lower surfaces of the vehicle should be cleaned regularly, and more frequently (at least once a week) if the vehicle is used on salty or rough roads. The vehicle should be cleaned thoroughly and carefully: cleaning that merely wets encrusted mud without removing it completely can prove 6 damaging. • The vehicle must be washed regularly with suitable equipment. Do not use very hot water or steam to clean the paintwork and the lower surfaces. It is advisable to soften any dirt first, then remove it with a jet of water at room temperature. Care of the vehicle 271

Cleaning and care of matt paintwork (optional) Important note Do not use aggressive products for cleaning the windows. Warning The use of aggressive products could seriously damage the The paintwork MUST NOT be polished using any type of bodywork. product. • Do not wash the vehicle in direct sunlight or when the bodywork Owners must take great care of vehicles with matt paintwork is still warm: make sure that the jet of water does not blast the (optional). paintwork; wash the vehicle with a sponge and a mild soap and Here is a list of the main precautions to be taken. water solution; rinse the vehicle again with a jet of water and dry it with a chamois leather. • Wash the vehicle using a steam cleaner and rinse with demineralised water only. Important note • It must be dried using an automatic dryer or compressed air. Manual drying can ONLY be performed using a 3M microfibre When the vehicle has been washed, apply slight pressure to the yellow cloth that is clean and soaked in demineralised water in brake pedal at moderate speed before driving at a normal speed, the areas where limescale deposits are present. The cloth must be until the brake discs and pads have cleaned off. kept in a special clean container. • To clean any grease or oil marks, a 3M microfibre yellow cloth In order to maintain the shine on the paintwork, polish it once or that is clean and soaked in R107/S solvent (heptane) can be used. twice a year with products recommended by Ferrari. A new cloth must be used and it must not have been previously • Any areas that are cracked or chipped by stones, scratches or soaked in demineralised water. parking manoeuvres, etc., must be immediately repaired by the • Do not wash the vehicle in direct sunlight. Ferrari Service Network. • Only wash the vehicle when the bodywork and engine are cold. • Do not park the vehicle in damp and/or unventilated areas for • Do not apply stickers to the bodywork. long periods of time. 272 Care of the vehicle

• Any areas that are cracked or chipped by stones, scratches or parking manoeuvres, etc., must be immediately repaired by the Important note Ferrari Service Network. Avoid the film coming into contact with the brake fluid: the film will become opaque. Important note DO NOT lean against the vehicle especially if you are wearing • Do not use solvents along the edges of the film to them from clothes with buttons, buckles or are wearing rings, necklaces, penetrating inside the adhesive layer. etc. This may cause irreparable damage to the bodywork. Important note Important note Nürburgring Silver, Avus White, Alloy Grey, Met Avio, Ivory, Met Light Blue, Met Sky-Blue and Fuji White vehicles must be To use suitable products, contact the Ferrari Service Network. washed every month and waxed at least twice a year so that dirt, acid rain, pollutants, etc. do not penetrate the pores of the film and cause it to tarnish. Cleaning of protective anti stone-chipping film (optional) The film has been designed to protect the bodywork: anything that Important note damages the paint will also damage the film. We recommend that the film be replaced every 24 months for Warning Nürburgring Silver, Avus White, Alloy Grey, Met Avio, Ivory, Met Light Blue, Met Sky-Blue and Fuji White vehicles, which may Do not pour denatured ethyl alcohol, acetone, isopropyl alcohol, heptane or substances that contain these compounds on the show a light visible tarnish due to dirt inside the pores of the film. 6 film. It should be noted that timely and accurate cleaning (monthly • Do not apply adhesive elements on the film. washing and waxing twice a year at least) will prevent deterioration • When cleaning, do not use metal or abrasive substances in general of the film. and acid chemical compounds. Care of the vehicle 273

Cleaning the interior Cleaning and care of the Alcantara® upholstery Cleaning and care of the leather upholstery Warning As indicated in the “Maintenance Schedule” (see the “Warranty Do not use steam cleaners. Booklet”), proper and regular treatment, at least once a year, will help preserve the quality, natural characteristics and softness of the • Carefully dust the parts to be cleaned leather upholstery in your Ferrari. • Use a soft cloth or sponge moistened with clean water With this in mind, specific leather care products are also available (“Cleaner” and “Cream”) both tested by Ferrari. • Thoroughly wring out the cloth and wipe it over the entire Alcantara® area making sure you do not overwet it These products can be ordered through the Ferrari Spare Parts Service Department, both individually and as part of the “Care • Repeat the procedure Kit” which includes the complete range of products for cleaning the • Let it dry completely vehicle. • To recondition the material, gently use a brush with soft bristles. Important note For use of the “Care Kit” products, contact the Ferrari Service Network. The following products must be avoided when cleaning the leather: harsh detergents, turpentine, liquid stain removers, petrol, solvents and domestic cleaning products. All of these products damage the natural material. 274 Care of the vehicle

If the vehicle is stored for long periods If the vehicle is not used for long periods of time, certain precautions should be taken: • if possible, park the vehicle on a level surface in a covered and well-ventilated area • prevent the vehicle from moving by engaging a gear • bring the tyre pressure to 3.0 bar (43.51 psi) and periodically change the point where the tyres rest on the ground • connect the battery conditioner Important note If you do not want to connect the battery to the battery conditioner in order to keep certain devices functioning such as radio station memory, alarm system, etc., the battery must be recharged at least once a month. If the vehicle is not used for long periods of time without connecting the battery conditioner, the battery must be recharged at least every three months. • protect the vehicle with a breathable fabric cover and avoid materials that prevent any dampness on the bodywork from evaporating. Before using the vehicle again after long periods of inactivity, adjust 6 the tyre pressure to the indicated pressure and check the fluid levels of all the systems. Care of the vehicle 275

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Abbreviation Meaning ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) The ABS prevents wheel locking when braking so that vehicle handling can be maintained. AC Air conditioning. ASR (Antriebs Schlupf Regelung) Anti-skid regulation during acceleration. Autopark Automatic activation of the electric parking brake (EPB) when the engine is switched off. This function can be disabled. Auto easy exit Simplified function gear shifting. To exit “Auto easy exit” mode, simply operate one of the two shift paddles. AVH Automatic Vehicle Holding Additional function of the electric parking brake (EPB): it allows gradual release of brake shoes/pads when the vehicle starts up. This guarantees an optimised release for the vehicle and is an aid for the driver. DCT Dual Clutch Transmission: each clutch is associated with a part of the gearbox, one is designed for engaging even gears, the other for odd gears. Once a gear has been engaged, the system has already preselected the next one. After reaching the correct RPM, a clutch opens and at the same time the other one closes, so that the traction force is not interrupted. Disposal The procedure laid down in Directive 2000/53/EC and the implementation standard. E-Diff 3 Evolved electronic differential integrated with the F1-Trac traction control. EBD (Electronic Brake-Force Distribution) Electronically-controlled brake-force distribution. ECU Electronic Control Unit. EPB Electric Parking Brake: the system operates by means of an ECU and an electric motor on the rear brake shoes. ESC Stability and Traction Control. It consists of two systems: VDC and F1-Trac. 7 Glossary 279

Abbreviation Meaning F1-Trac Traction control derived from the technologies used in the racing sector. The system can estimate the maximum available grip in advance by continuously monitoring the relative wheel speed and using an auto-adaptive operating logic. Comparing this information with the vehicle dynamics model stored in the control system, F1-Trac, optimises the vehicle behaviour by controlling engine torque delivery. Homologation The procedure laid down in Directive 2007/46/EC and the implementation standard. Launch Control Strategy for performance standing starts. Manettino The driving mode selector on the steering wheel which allows the driver to use vehicle potential in a quick, intuitive way. Park Lock Automatic DCT gearbox park lock. When the engine is off, a mechanical lock is automatically activated to prevent the vehicle from moving if the electric parking brake is not activated. TFT displays Multifunction colour displays on the instrument panel that provide vehicle information. TPMS Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (optional). Using special sensors fitted inside the wheel rims next to the air valve, the data measured is sent to an ECU. The data and messages are displayed on the left TFT display. Traction power Force exerted by the vehicle on the road surface through the wheels; it indicates the grip. VDC Vehicle Dynamic Control performed through the braking system and engine torque. Xenon headlights Headlights on the front of the vehicle that produce a more intense beam by using a voltaic arc rather than an incandescent spiral. 280 Glossary

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Index Autopark function ............................................................... 83, 191 Auto easy exit ............................................................................... 176 Auto Hazard .................................................................................. 167 Auxiliary Occupant Protection Systems .............................. 70 AUX connection .......................................................................... 148 Symbols AVH function ........................................................................ 83, 191 12V power sockets ..................................................................... 220 4WD system failure ................................................................... 182 B 4WD traction system ................................................................ 182 Battery ............................................................................................. 246 Battery conditioner .................................................................... 250 A Before a trip .................................................................................. 170 “Automatic gearbox” mode .................................................... 176 Bluetooth connection (audio streaming) ......................... 148 “Auto easy exit” mode ............................................................... 176 Brake fluid ..................................................................................... 267 Abbreviations .................................................................................... 9 ABS ..................................................................................................... 80 C Activation of electronic alarm .................................................. 17 Capless filler neck ....................................................................... 101 Active safety .................................................................................... 55 Carwash ......................................................................................... 192 Adaptive headlights .................................................................. 168 Carwash procedure ................................................................... 192 Adjusting display brightness ................................................. 109 Checking the battery ................................................................. 246 Adjusting the steering wheel ................................................. 207 Child safety ...................................................................................... 64 AFS2 ................................................................................................ 168 Cigarette lighter ........................................................................... 220 Air conditioning and heating system ................................. 210 Cleaning and care of the Alcantara upholstery .............. 274 Air conditioning controls ........................................................ 210 Cleaning and care of the leather upholstery ................... 274 Air recirculation ........................................................................... 212 Cleaning the exterior ................................................................ 271 Alarm memory ................................................................................ 19 Cleaning the interior ................................................................. 274 Alarm system ................................................................................... 15 Cleaning the parking sensors ................................................ 119 Automatic gearbox ..................................................................... 176 Cleaning the vehicle .................................................................. 271 Automatic Vehicle Holding ............................................. 83, 191 Closing the engine compartment lid .................................... 96 284 Table of Contents

Closing the fuel filler flap ....................................................... 100 Dome light .................................................................................... 169 Closing the luggage compartment lid .................................. 98 Doors .......................................................................................... 36, 94 Clutch overheat alarm devices .............................................. 252 DOWN-shifting .................................................................... 49, 174 Collapsible spare wheel ........................................................... 241 DOWN-shifting due to underrevving ................................ 174 COMFORT mode ....................................................................... 185 Driver-side power window .................................................... 102 Configuration of vehicle parameters ................................. 108 Driver and passenger airbags .................................................. 71 Consulting the manual .................................................................. 8 Driver and passenger airbag operating ............................... 72 Consumption .................................................................................. 28 Drive Away function ................................................................. 190 Controls on the steering wheel ............................................ 156 Driving at night ............................................................................ 178 Controls overview ......................................................................... 37 Driving in fog ............................................................................... 179 Coolant ........................................................................................... 266 Driving in the rain ...................................................................... 178 Cruise Control (optional) ....................................................... 154 Driving modes that can be selected Cup holders ................................................................................... 219 with “Manettino” ......................................................................... 157 Driving on mountain roads .................................................... 179 D Driving on snowy or icy roads .............................................. 179 “Doors, engine or luggage compartment lid open” Driving style .................................................................................... 10 function display ........................................................................... 123 Driving the vehicle ............................................................. 46, 170 “DOWN” shift paddle ............................................................... 159 Driving using the driving mode control switch Date and time setting ................................................................ 110 (“Manettino”) .............................................................................. 184 Day lights ....................................................................................... 166 Driving with the “ABS” braking system ........................... 180 DCT gearbox oil .......................................................................... 265 Dual View Camera ...................................................................... 136 Deactivating the anti-lift alarm ................................................ 18 Duplicating the keys .................................................................... 16 Deactivation of electronic alarm ............................................. 18 E Deformable body .......................................................................... 55 Dimensions ...................................................................................... 27 “ESCAPE” function ................................................................... 121 Disconnecting the battery ....................................................... 246 E-Diff 3 ............................................................................................. 82 Disc mode (DISC) ..................................................................... 144 Display setting ............................................................................. 108 EBD .................................................................................................... 80 Electrical system ............................................................................ 28 8 Table of Contents 285

Electric parking brake ....................................................... 83, 190 Fire extinguisher (optional) ................................................... 221 Electronic alarm ............................................................................ 17 Flashing the headlights .................................................... 44, 164 Emergency opening of fuel filler flap ................................ 100 Folding forward of rear seats ................................................. 217 Emergency release of the electric parking brake Follow me home ......................................................................... 168 (EPB) ............................................................................................... 254 Front parking sensors (activation/deactivation) .......... 169 Emergency starting .................................................................... 248 Fuel filler cap and neck ............................................................ 100 Emergency tyre repair and inflation kit ............................ 226 Fuel filler neck ............................................................................. 100 Emissions .......................................................................................... 28 Fuel inertia switch .............................................................. 79, 245 Engaged gear display ................................................................ 132 Fuel level ........................................................................................ 111 Engine compartment lid ............................................................ 96 Fuel level gauge ........................................................................... 111 Engine malfunction alarm devices ...................................... 253 Fuses ................................................................................................. 232 Engine oil ...................................................................................... 264 Engine RPM LED on steering wheel ................................. 131 G ENGINE START ......................................................................... 156 Gearbox display ........................................................................... 132 Environmental protection ......................................................... 10 Gear engaged ............................................................................... 132 EPB - Electric parking brake ......................................... 83, 190 General remarks ............................................................................... 4 ESC OFF mode .......................................................................... 186 Glossary .......................................................................................... 279 Exhaust system overheating alarm devices ...................... 251 Glove compartment .................................................................... 218 External lights ................................................................................ 44 External rear-view mirrors ..................................................... 208 H F Hard Disk (HDD) mode .......................................................... 146 Hazard warning lights ...................................................... 45, 167 “Follow me home” function .................................................. 168 Headlight washer ....................................................................... 160 F1-Trac ............................................................................................... 82 High beams ........................................................................... 44, 164 Failure of turn indicators and running lights ................. 122 Horn ................................................................................................. 158 Fault display .................................................................................. 121 Horn control ................................................................................. 158 FBP - Ferrari Brake Prefill ......................................................... 81 How to fasten seat belts ............................................................. 58 Ferrari CODE system .................................................................. 15 How to use the tyres ................................................................ 269 286 Table of Contents

I Light bulbs .................................................................................... 231 Light switch ........................................................................... 44, 164 ICE mode ...................................................................................... 184 LOCK/UNLOCK ...................................................................... 169 Identification and homologation plates and labels ........ 20 Locking and opening the doors from the inside .... 36, 94 If the vehicle is stored for long periods ............................ 275 Low tyre pressure ......................................................................... 85 Ignition switch ....................................................................... 43, 99 Luggage compartment lid ......................................................... 97 Indication of AVH system activated .................................... 133 Indication of Launch Control activated ............................ 133 M Infotainment system .................................................................. 138 Infotainment system setting ................................................... 142 “Manettino” driving mode control switch ....................... 156 Instruments and gauges .......................................................... 104 MAIN .............................................................................................. 106 Internal rear-view mirror ........................................................ 208 Maintenance ................................................................................. 260 Maintenance of seat belts and pretensioners .................. 271 K Maintenance schedule ............................................................. 260 Main engine specifications ........................................................ 28 Key-on ............................................................................................... 99 MAIN screen page ..................................................................... 106 Key codes ......................................................................................... 14 Manettino ............................................................................ 156, 184 Key lock .................................................................................... 43, 99 Manettino status screen page ................................................ 114 Matt paintwork ............................................................................. 272 L MEDIA function .......................................................................... 144 “LIFT” system (optional) ....................................................... 202 MENU ............................................................................................ 108 LAUNCH button ....................................................................... 193 MENU screen page ................................................................... 108 Launch Control .......................................................................... 193 Leather upholstery ..................................................................... 274 N Left TFT display ......................................................................... 106 “N” (Neutral) ................................................................................ 175 Left TFT display symbols ....................................................... 124 “N” request ............................................................................ 49, 175 Level checks ................................................................................. 262 LIFT ................................................................................................ 202 Lighting .......................................................................................... 164 Navigation: entering a new destination ............................. 149 Navigation function (NAV) ..................................................... 149 8 Neutral ..................................................................................... 49, 175 Table of Contents 287

O Playing a video DVD ................................................................. 145 Power steering ............................................................................. 180 Oddment storage compartments .......................................... 219 Power steering system oil ....................................................... 266 OK button ..................................................................................... 106 Power windows ........................................................................... 102 Opening doors ............................................................................... 36 Pregnant women ........................................................................... 59 Opening doors from the outside ........................................... 94 Pretensioners .................................................................................. 62 Opening the engine compartment lid .................................. 96 Push start ........................................................................................ 176 Opening the fuel filler flap ..................................................... 100 Opening the luggage compartment lid ................................ 97 R P “Rear Parking Camera” screen page ................................... 135 RADIO function .......................................................................... 143 “Parking” mode ........................................................................... 133 Rain sensor .................................................................................... 161 Parcel shelf ..................................................................................... 215 Rain sensor failure ...................................................................... 161 Parking lights ................................................................................ 165 Rear-view mirrors ............................................................... 41, 208 Parking sensors ............................................................................ 117 Rear fog lights ...................................................................... 45, 167 Parking sensor failure ............................................................... 120 Rear Parking Camera ................................................................. 135 Park Lock ...................................................................................... 192 Rear seat belts ................................................................................ 61 Park Lock emergency release ................................................ 256 Rear Seat Entertainment (optional) ................................... 152 Partition between passenger compartment Rear window washer ................................................................ 163 and luggage compartment ...................................................... 216 Rear window washer/wiper (optional) ............................ 162 Passenger-side power window ............................................. 102 Reconnecting the battery ........................................................ 247 Passenger compartment accessories .................................... 218 Refilling ............................................................................................. 32 Passenger display (optional) .................................................. 137 Remote control batteries ........................................................... 17 Passive safety ................................................................................... 54 Repetition on display of infotainment Performance .................................................................................... 28 system information ..................................................................... 142 Performance start ....................................................................... 193 Replacing a fuse .......................................................................... 232 Placing luggage in the luggage compartment ................. 214 Replacing a wheel ....................................................................... 241 Playing an audio disc ................................................................ 145 Replacing light bulbs ................................................................ 229 288 Table of Contents

Replacing remote control batteries ....................................... 17 SPORT 2 screen page ............................................................... 112 Replacing the brake pads and discs .................................... 254 SPORT mode ............................................................................... 185 Right TFT display ....................................................................... 134 SPORT screen page ................................................................... 112 Roof panel controls ................................................................... 169 Stability and Traction Control ................................................. 81 Running-in ..................................................................................... 170 Starting the engine .............................................................. 47, 172 Run Flat tyres ................................................................................. 31 Starting the vehicle ............................................................ 48, 173 Start button ................................................................................... 156 S STATUS .......................................................................................... 106 “Slow Down” function .............................................................. 251 Steering wheel ..................................................................... 40, 207 “Speedometer” screen page ................................................... 134 Stop&Start .................................................................................... 194 “Speed limit exceeded” message ......................................... 116 Stop&Start system (optional) ............................................... 194 “Stop and Go” function ........................................................... 117 Stopping the vehicle .......................................................... 49, 175 Safe driving ................................................................................... 177 Storing radio stations ................................................................ 143 Satellite Alarm System ................................................................ 19 Sun visors ....................................................................................... 218 Seats ......................................................................................... 39, 204 Suspension damping control ................................................. 181 Seat adjustment ................................................................... 39, 204 Suspension damping delink button ......................... 158, 188 Seat belts ................................................................................... 42, 56 Switching off the engine .................................................. 49, 175 Seat belt handover ....................................................................... 60 System start-up ............................................................................ 171 Sequential downshifting .......................................................... 174 T Service .................................................................................................. 8 SETUP ............................................................................................ 106 Telephone function .................................................................... 151 Side airbags ..................................................................................... 76 Tilting the backrest .................................................................... 207 Side airbag operating .................................................................. 76 Toolkit .............................................................................................. 224 Spare parts .......................................................................................... 7 Tool kit ............................................................................................ 224 Special recommendations ......................................................... 52 Towing ............................................................................................. 244 Speedometer ................................................................................. 134 Tow hook ........................................................................................ 244 Speedometer display ................................................................. 134 Speed limit setting ...................................................................... 116 TPMS ................................................................................................. 84 TPMS failure ................................................................................... 89 8 Table of Contents 289

TPMS inactive ................................................................................ 89 V TPMS not calibrated ................................................................... 88 TPMS temporarily inactive ....................................................... 89 VDA ................................................................................................. 106 Transmission ratios ....................................................................... 28 Vehicle keys ..................................................................................... 14 TRIP ................................................................................................ 106 Video DVD playing controls .................................................. 146 TRIP A/B ....................................................................................... 115 Voice Recognition (VR) ........................................................... 150 TRIP A and TRIP B screen pages ....................................... 115 Voice training ................................................................................ 150 Turn indicators ..................................................................... 45, 166 Twilight sensor ............................................................................ 166 W Tyres ................................................................................................... 29 “Warning: danger of ice” message ....................................... 116 TYRES screen page ................................................................... 113 Warming up the engine .................................................... 48, 173 Tyre pressure .................................................................................. 29 Warning lights on the panel ................................................... 124 Tyre puncture ................................................................................. 86 Warranty Booklet ................................................................... 7, 260 Tyre temperature and pressure monitoring system Weights .............................................................................................. 27 (TPMS) ............................................................................................. 84 WET mode ................................................................................... 184 Wheels and tyres ........................................................................ 269 U Wheel alignment check and adjustment ........................... 270 “UP” shift paddle ........................................................................ 159 Wheel rims ....................................................................................... 29 Unfastening the seat belts ......................................................... 59 While travelling ............................................................................ 177 UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT buttons .................................. 106 Windscreen and headlight washer fluid .......................... 268 UP-shifting ............................................................................. 49, 174 Windscreen washer ................................................................... 160 UP-shifting due to overrevving ............................................ 174 Windscreen washer/wiper ...................................................... 159 USB/iPod/iPhone connection .............................................. 147 Windscreen washer/wiper lever ........................................... 159 Use of rear seat belts ................................................................... 61 Winter tyres ........................................................................... 29, 269 Use of the vehicle ......................................................................... 10 290 Table of Contents

Equipment and options in Ferrari vehicle models may vary because of specific legal and market requirements. The information contained in this publication is therefore not binding in any way. Ferrari reserves the right to make any modification to the vehicle models described in this manual, at any time, for either technical or commercial reasons. Contact the nearest Ferrari Dealer for any further information you may require. In the interests of efficiency and safety, as well as to preserve the value of the vehicle, we do not recommend modifying the equipment using non-approved parts.

Code no. 84260800 Catalogue no. 3939/11 EDITION 1st Edition April 2011 EDITING STAR s.r.l. Alessandria - Italia PRINTING STAR s.r.l. Alessandria - Italia Technical Service Department Via Abetone Inferiore, 4 41053 Maranello Modena - Italia