The term Audi connect embraces all the technologies that connect the driver of an Audi to the car, the Internet, the infrastructure, and other vehicles. The Audi connect forms the basic hardware component, which constitutes the MMI Navigation plus extended to feature a UMTS module.
Audi connect hooks the car up to the Internet. Via the integrated WLAN Hotspot, passengers can surf and mail at will using as many as eight different mobile devices. The system delivers Internet services to the car tailored to the driver’s needs – from navigation with Google Earth images and Google Maps Street View to Webradio Audi music stream through to online traffic information. Moreover, Audi connect downloads flight and train information as well as current fuel prices. The City Events service offers information on current events.
Access to the Facebook, Twitter and online news, as well as navigation destination services not to mention the image sources for the new Picturebook Navigation can all be configured using an active myAudi account linked to the vehicle, enabling the driver to customize them to his or her personal needs. The e-mail service transmits incoming messages from the mobile phone to the vehicle via voice output. In the case of Facebook and Twitter there’s a text function available enabling you to transmit pre-set text modules, combined with data such as your current location if you so wish.
The messages service allows drivers to simply and swiftly send text messages without having to touch a mobile phone in the process. You simply speak the text into the system and it is displayed on-screen for verification or correction before being sent.
The equipment, data and prices specified in this document refer to the model range offered in Germany. Subject to change without notice; errors and omissions accepted.