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The weather forecast for your destination, a travel guide with Google Street View images, worldwide Internet radio and music streaming: The range of infotainment functions in Audi models is constantly being expanded. The rapid development cycles in the consumer electronics industry are also driving the carmakers.

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  • 05/18/22

    Audi and 4.screen collaborate to deliver a seamless digital in-car customer experience

    Audi and 4.screen agree on a partnership with the objective of enhancing the future in-car experience. At launch, Audi customers will benefit from even more comprehensive information on points of interest (POI) using real-time data from the Munich-based technology company’s Mobility Experience Cloud (MXC). If desired, they can choose to receive relevant, location-based, personalized offers from selected third-party providers conveniently via the Multi Media Interface (MMI). This is displayed in the familiar Audi MMI style, with the information from the cloud supplementing existing infotainment content.
  • 03/12/22

    Beginning in the summer of 2022, Audi will become the first manufacturer to transform the automobile into an experience platform for virtual reality

    Audi is the first automobile manufacturer in the world to bring virtual-reality entertainment from holoride into series production. Beginning this summer, back seat passengers can put on virtual reality glasses (VR glasses)* and immerse themselves in various media formats such as games, films and interactive content. The main attraction: The virtual content adapts to the driving movements of the car in real time. From June 2022, Audi models with the latest upgrade of the modular infotainment toolkit (MIB 3) will be holoride-capable. The new technology will be introduced at the South by Southwest® (SXSW) festival in the United States. Visitors there will be able to experience holoride in a moving vehicle.
  • 01/07/19

    Audi turns the car into a virtual reality experience platform at CES

    Audi is redefining in-car entertainment at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. In the future, backseat passengers will be able to experience movies, video games, and interactive content even more realistically using virtual reality glasses*. The premium brand is presenting a technology that adopts virtual content to the movements of a vehicle in real time: If the car drives through a right turn, the spaceship in the experience does the same, for example. Through a subsidiary, Audi Electronics Venture GmbH, Audi has co-founded a start-up company, holoride GmbH, which will commercialize this new form of entertainment via an open platform that will be made available to all carmakers and content developers in the future.

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