by on November 4, 2020
When they show up later on this year, most brand-new 2021 Audi vehicles will obtain a significant power bump-- at the very least, behind the touchscreen. Today, Audi revealed it would certainly consist of in the majority of its 2021 versions an updated version of its infomercial system, which is called MIB 3. The system, which runs behind the scenes as well as controls car features, radio, navigating, environment control, and also more, will be more responsive as well as approximately 10 times faster than previous systems. According to Audi, the system can switch on some functions not acquired brand-new with the car-- such as navigating for 2021 A4 as well as 2021 A5 models not originally geared up with navigation-- and can provide over-the-air system upgrades much more frequently. Audi stated it would certainly deliver map updates monthly, as opposed to quarterly, for example. Audi additionally will certainly equip its vehicles with faster cellular information modems, as much as 1 GB download rates, with data solutions provided by Verizon. Audi will supply 3 data packages with the new system: Care, Prime, and also Plus, with the latter 2 alternatives readily available by means of registration bundles purchased from Audi. According to Audi representative Jacob Brown, the Prime plan will certainly include unrestricted wi-fi for a fee with download rates to sustain just music streaming and remote work apps. Audi's And also plan will supply download quicken to 1 GB, finest fit for searching and also several gadgets. Along with faster net connectivity, the brand-new hardware sustains enhanced satellite radio streams that can download on-demand songs, electronic radio that can hand off when the terminal's signal is also weak, Amazon Alexa compatibility, and also integrated toll transponders. The new equipment will be Linux-based, unlike the outward bound Blackberry QNX equipment on older models. Versions outfitted with MIB 3 for 2021 include the Audi A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, Q3, Q5, Q7, and Q8.
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