Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Cameras


It remains the driver's responsibility to detect obstacles and estimate the vehicle's distance from them when manoeuvring the vehicle.


To switch on the Surround camera system, press the button on the Touch screen surround.

Alternatively, select EXTRA FEATURES on the HOME menu, then Cameras.

  1. Left-side, split screen image.
  2. Camera selection arrow.
  3. Camera selection arrow (highlighted when selected).
  4. Birds-eye view: Touch to display a 360º plan view of the vehicle and its immediate surroundings, using all four cameras.
  5. Right-side, split screen image.
  6. Touch to select the CAMERA SETTINGS menu.
  • Hitch Assist: Select ONor OFF.
  • Parking Aid Guidance: Select ONor OFF.
  • Parking Guidance Graphics: Select ONor OFF.
  • 360º PDC plan View: Select ONor OFF.
  1. Touch to select Trailer assist. Before towing, select to add a trailer to the system or select a trailer already entered into the system. To add a trailer, follow the on-screen instructions.
  2. Touch to select Parking aid.
  3. Touch to select Surround cameras. A maximum of two views can we displayed at one time (instead of the 360º view). To change a camera view if two views are selected, one of the views has to be deselected first.
  4. Touch to enlarge to full screen or a wider view image.
  5. Touch to mute the volume of the parking beeps.

The four cameras that are used for the Surround camera system, are located in the centre of the front grille, above the rear licence plate, and underneath each of the exterior door mirrors.

Note: Make sure that these areas are kept clean and free from obstructions, for example, stickers, debris, mud, snow, ice, etc.

The quality of the camera views may vary in different lighting conditions.

Camera shortcuts

The function of the Surround camera button on the Touch screen surround varies, depending on the selected gear and the vehicle's road speed, and gives the following options:

When in Reverse (R):

  • Press once to select the Rear Junction view.
  • Press twice to select the T Junction View.
  • Press a third time to return to the Rear Junction view.

When in a forward gear, at speeds below 10 km/h (6 mph):

  • Press once to select the T Junction View.
  • Press twice to select the Rear Junction view.
  • Press a third time to return to the T Junction View.

When in Neutral (N) or Park (P):

  • Press once to select the Birds-eye View.
  • Press twice to select the T Junction View.
  • Press a third time to select the Rear Junction view.


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