GMC Terrain: Driver Assistance Systems / Camera Views

GMC Terrain. Camera Views

Touch the camera view buttons along the bottom of the infotainment display.

Front/Rear Standard View : Displays an image of the area in front or behind the vehicle. Touch Front/Rear Standard View on the infotainment display when a camera view is active. Touching the button multiple times will toggle between front and rear camera views.

If equipped, the front view camera also displays when the Park Assist system detects an object within 30 cm (12 in).

Front/Rear Junction View : Displays a front or rear cross traffic view that shows objects directly to the left and right of the front or back of the vehicle. Touch Junction View on the infotainment display when a camera view is active. Touching the button multiple times will toggle between front and rear camera views.

Front/Rear Overhead View : Displays a Front or Rear Overhead View of the vehicle. Touching the button will toggle between the two views.

Front/Rear Bowl View : Displays a view of the vehicle from either the front or the back of the vehicle. Touch Bowl View on the infotainment display when a camera view is active. Touching the button multiple times will toggle between forward and rearward views. Park Assist and RCTA are not available when Bowl view is active.

Side Forward/Rearward View : Displays a view that shows objects next to the front or rear sides of the vehicle. Touch Side Forward/Rearward View on the infotainment display when a camera view is active. Touching the button multiple times will toggle between forward and rearward views. Park Assist and RCTA are not available when Side Forward/Rearward view is active.

Hitch View : Assists while connecting to a trailer. Displays a zoomed-in view of the hitch to help align the vehicle’s hitch ball with the trailer coupler.

Guidance Lines : Displays available guidelines. A grayed-out button indicates that guidelines are not available. When enabled, the guidelines will display when the vehicle is shifted into R (Reverse).

Top Down View : Displays an image of the area surrounding the vehicle, along with the rear camera view in the infotainment display. The rear camera view will be replaced by the front camera view after shifting from R (Reverse) to a forward gear or when the vehicle is moving forward slower than 8 km/h (5 mph). This view can also be accessed by touching the Top Down View button when the CAMERA view is active.

    Surround Vision

    If equipped, Surround Vision shows an image of the area surrounding the vehicle, along with the front or rear camera views on the infotainment display...

    Park Assist

    With RPA, and if equipped with FPA, as the vehicle moves at speeds of less than 8 km/h (5 mph), the sensors on the bumpers may detect objects up to 2...

    Other information:

    GMC Terrain 2018-2022 Owners Manual: Interior Mirrors


    Interior Rearview Mirrors Adjust the rearview mirror for a clear view of the area behind the vehicle. Do not spray glass cleaner directly on the mirror. Use a soft towel dampened with water. Manual Rearview Mirror Push the tab forward for daytime use and pull it rearward for nighttime use to avoid glare of the headlamps from behind...

    GMC Terrain 2018-2022 Owners Manual: Shifting out of Park


    This vehicle is equipped with an electronic transmission. If the vehicle has an uncharged battery or a battery with low voltage, try charging or jump starting the battery. See Jump Starting - North America. To shift out of P (Park): Ensure the engine is running...

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