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Human Machine Interface
Because you’re
smarter than
you think.
Our intuitive sense of word recognition allows us to scan through words quickly, even when they’re misspelled. Audi researchers study how we process information, from words on a screen to the click of a switch, to help them decide where to place switches and controls and what words to use. Our researchers are continuously refining the human-machine interface to help create a harmony that feels natural.
gigabytes of insights
test miles driven
Real-world data for
real-world solutions.
In 2016 Audi researchers logged over 400,000 miles to collect over 400 gigabytes of data. This information gave the researchers insight into how drivers use their vehicles, which features they use most often and how they use them. Studying driver behavior helps engineers refine existing infotainment systems as well as new systems for the future.
In a position of
comfort and ease.
Because drivers and interior models come in all different shapes and sizes, Audi engineers created a movable modular interior with sensors and cameras to help improve ergonomic efficiency for a wide range of drivers. With all Audi vehicles following the same interior design philosophy, the Audi driving experience is similar throughout the Audi line.
Haptic feedback
We respond to positive feedback.
Reacting to your input.
The same way your smartphone can respond to your touch, the future of touchscreen displays feature haptic feedback to let you know when you’ve made a selection.[1]
Voice control
You can
speak freely.
More than one way to say it.
Because you have your own way of expressing yourself, Audi voice control can help interpret your commands even when you say it in several different ways. Voice control can recognize your voice and your speech patterns to help you communicate naturally.
“Call Peter Miller”
“I want to talk
to Peter Miller”
“Connect me with
Peter Miller”
Audi virtual cockpit
the future of infotainment.
Creating your version
of reality.
With the available Audi virtual cockpit’s high-resolution screen, digital gauges replace analog gauges and dials. This allows you to choose between three different screen configurations; Classic with two large gauges, Infotainment for connectivity and navigation, or an available Sport mode with the tachometer at center stage. All at the touch of a button.[2]