As mentioned in comments above, it seems to be an indicator to check your oil status.
The low level or low pressure indicators shows the oil can with a scale. The amber indicates low level/low pressure, the red one indicates critically low level/pressure.
The "check oil" indicator, or service interval usually follows two rules:
- Mileage since last interval reset.
- Time passed since last interval reset.
The indicator is triggered by the rule, that comes first. It is a software feature so a well-equipped mechanic can change the values.
10 kkm is a reasonable interval for oil change since the additives protecting engine and all the other parts may be burnt and there can be fuel, ashes, etc. contamination it the oil. The time counter it there because the additevies also decay over time.
My advice is to follow these steps and do not skip any:
- Change the oil / get the oil changed.
- Change the oil filter / get the filter changed.
- Change other filters (cabin, air-intake, fuel) / get them changed. - optional
- Reset the service interval counter.
- Expect to do this in next 10 kkm again.
There is also a rule of thumb how to read the indicators regarding their colour:
- Blue - High beams: The only blue icon on the dash.
- Green - Informative: headlights, turn signals,...
- Amber - Decent Warnings: Low level of screenwash fluid, ESP off, rear fog lights, ECU in safety mode...
- Red - Serious Warnings: Battery not charging, cooling failure, low oil pressure, brakes failure, handbrake engaged,...
The amber ones indicates warnings that can be anticipated at home. Serious damages may happen when ignored for a long period of time. The red ones indicates to stop immediately or at the closest safe point and solve the problem now.