Audi A4 Owners & Service Manuals

Audi A4: Head-up display


Applies to: vehicles with head-up display

Fig. 19 Instrument panel: knob for the head-up display

The head-up display projects certain warnings or selected information from the assist systems on the windshield. The display appears within the driver's field of vision.

Switching on and off

  • To switch the head-up display on, press the knob (1).
  • To switch the head-up display off, press the knob.

Adjusting the height

The height of the display can be adjusted to the individual driver.

  • Make sure you are seated correctly.
  • Turn the knob to the right or Left.

Settings in the Infotainment system

  • Applies to: MMI: Select on the home screen: SETTINGS > Display & brightness > Head-up display.

Possible settings:

  • Display rotation
  • Brightness
  • Display contents: you can set which information should be displayed. Some information and warnings cannot be hidden.


To reduce the risk of scratches on the glass covering the head-up display, do not place any objects in the projection opening.


  • Sunglasses with polarization filters and unfavorable lighting conditions can impair visibility of the display.
  • An optimal display depends on the seat position and the height adjustment of the head-up display.
  • A special windshield is needed for the head-up display function.
  • For information on cleaning, see > table /Interior cleaning.


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