There is a setting under the “lights” section that allows you to specify left hand or right hand driving. Obviously that’s to change beam direction but I can’t help wondering if it changes the ACC settings as well as they depend on some of the same sensors….?Thanks - I'll have a look later.
I think you do need to change the adaptive cruise control - in my car anyway, as it tries not to undertake cars. This will obviously be on the 'other side' when driving in Europe.
I've heard of this with more recent models, first heard it for the T-Roc. So most likely the mk2.5, but not likely in the 17 mk2.Last time I took my Arteon to France, everything changed automatically - Headlights, ACC etc and a notice came on the centre display advising of the changes.
Presume the same for a Tiguan..
I’m off to France in June so will confirm, but I do wonder why it has the manual settings if it does it automatically? The handbook even says to use the manual settings only as a temporary solution and to see a garage if using the vehicle permanently in another country to set the IQ lights correctly (the temporary setting change apparently doesn’t have the full matrix control defaulting to auto dip only - at least that’s how I read it!)… anyone else have experience with a facelift model - with or without IQ matrix lights?I've heard of this with more recent models, first heard it for the T-Roc. So most likely the mk2.5, but not likely in the 17 mk2.