Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Progress control system settings

When the Progress control system is enabled, the desired target (set) speed for the vehicle can be set and adjusted via the Cruise control buttons, mounted on the right side of the steering wheel

  • SET+: While the vehicle is moving, press to enable the Progress control system, to recognise that the desired target vehicle speed is to be set and adjusted. Press repeatedly (or press and hold) to increase the target speed, up to a maximum speed of 30 km/h (18.6 mph). Alternatively, while making progress, press the SET+ button for the vehicle's current speed to be the set speed.

Note: If the vehicle is at a standstill, then press and hold the brake pedal while using the SET+ button.

Note: Light and gentle application of the accelerator pedal will temporarily override the current set target speed.

When the accelerator pedal is fully released, the Progress control system will revert back to the previously selected target speed.

Note: Dependent on the vehicle's specification, the set speed will either be displayed as a marker on the speedometer, or displayed in the Message centre.

  • (-): Press repeatedly (or press and hold) to decrease the desired target vehicle speed, down to the minimum feature speed of 1.8 km/h (1.1 mph).

Note: Light and gentle application of the brake pedal will also lower the target vehicle speed. When the brake pedal is fully released, the Progress control system will maintain the speed at which the brake pedal was released.

If the brake pedal is pressed when the Progress control system is active, then a slight pulsation movement might be felt through the brake pedal.

  • CAN: Press to put the Progress control system into descent control mode.
  • RES: Press to resume the set speed, if the target vehicle speed has been lowered by gently applying the brake pedal.

RES should only be used if the driver is aware of the set speed and intends to return to it.

When the vehicle is travelling at speeds between 30 km/h (18.6 mph) and 80 km/ h (50 mph), the Progress control operation will be suspended, the system will enter into standby mode and the Progress control warning lamp will flash. The Progress control system will resume operation if the vehicle's speed then becomes less than 30 km/h (18.6 mph) but does not exceed 80 km/h (50 mph). If the vehicle's speed does exceed 80 km/h (50 mph), the Progress control system will be disabled and the warning lamp will extinguish. If required, the system will have to be switched on again.

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