Mazda Active Driving Display Features and Settings

August 4th, 2021 by

What does the Mazda Active Driving Display® Show?

The Mazda Active Driving Display® is a technology feature that projects key information directly in the driver’s line of sight on the windshield. But what does the Mazda Active Driving Display® show?
The Mazda Active Driving Display® will provide certain information by default. This includes the vehicle speed and any cruise control settings.

If a route has been programmed into the Mazda’s infotainment system, the Active Driving Display® will show the next turn. It is important to note that this will not work with navigation apps connected via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.

If your Mazda is equipped with the i-ACTIVSENSE® suite of driver assistance systems, warnings from these systems can be shown by the Active Driving Display®. This includes alerts from the Blind Spot Monitoring, Mazda Radar Cruise Control, Lane-Keep Assist and Lane Departure Warning, Smart City Brake Support and Smart Brake Support systems.

Using the Traffic Sign Recognition feature, the Active Driving Display® can show posted speed limits and warnings for approaching stop signs. This is only available if the system has the proper information.

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How to Change the Height of Mazda’s Active Driving Display®

Adjustments can be made to Active Driving Display® through the infotainment system of your Mazda. Navigate to the “Settings” menu on the MAZDA CONNECT™ screen. From this menu, select the “Active Driving Display®” tab. From this menu, you can change the systems settings. This includes updating what information is displayed, along with changing the height, angle and brightness of the Active Driving Display®.

Be sure that your vehicle is stopped and in park when changing the settings. If you have any questions about the Mazda Active Driving Display®, or any other questions about the technology features in your Mazda, contact our team at Compass Mazda.

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