The new Audi TT* is the best-connected car in Germany – this was the conclusion reached for the “Car Connectivity Award” sponsored by the magazines auto motor und sport and Chip. The new TT Roadster* and TTS Roadster* roll off the assembly line with the same technology and same offer structure as the Coupé.
Audi designed the infotainment lineup as a modular system. The connectivity package, for instance, already includes the touch-sensitive touchpad MMI touch. MMI navigation plus with MMI touch tops the range. It uses the second-generation modular infotainment platform with the Tegra 30 graphic process from Audi partner NVIDIA, which constantly coordinates with its counterpart in the Audi virtual cockpit as it goes about its work. With a clock speed of over one gigahertz, the four-core chip can perform more than eight billion computing operations per second.
The high-end system is a versatile media center. It offers two card readers, the Audi Music Interface (AMI) for connecting mobile players, a DVD drive, an Aux-in connection and a Bluetooth interface for hands-free telephony and audio streaming. 10 GB of flash storage for music files, eight speakers and a speed limit indicator based on the navigation map round out the spectrum.
Lightning fast Internet: Audi connect with LTE modem
The supplemental module Audi connect connects the open-topped two-seater to the Internet via the super-fast LTE standard. The passenger can freely use the Internet to surf and e-mail on his mobile device via the integrated Wi-Fi hotspot.
For the driver, the system brings the online services from Audi connect on board – from Google Earth and Google Street View, traffic information online and parking space search to Twitter and Facebook. An attractive new service is online updates for the navigation map. With online media streaming, which is also new, the Audi MMI connect app provides a connection to the services Aupeo! and Napster. The music data are transferred via Wi-Fi from the smartphone to the MMI navigation plus and the sound system.
The Audi phone box makes it easy to connect the smartphone to the car. The Audi music interface connects portable media players. Further infotainment modules include tuners for digital radio and television reception, the connectivity package, the media sound package and the Audi sound system.
The optional Bang & Olufsen Sound System drives 12 loudspeakers with 680 watts of power. Rather than small holes, their bezels feature fine grooves. The woofers have anodized aluminum elements bearing the logo of the Danish hi-fi specialists. At night narrow LED light guides emit white light.
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 excepted.