Audi's ‘First’ 4G Connected Car in the Market Now

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Audi connect brings high speed LTE connection to the car. The Audi S3 Sportback comes as a WLAN hostpot enabling multiple broadband devices such as laptops, smartphones and tablets to be connected to high speed internet. Whats more, travellers will be surfing the net and 

downloading their favourite movies or even stream youtube as they drive across the country, creating the same environment they have at home with the existing fixed WiFi infrastructure. The connected car itself has its own smart interface, which provides the driver with information such as fuel stops and parking availability and tailored services from the MMI navigation plus component. The component enables services such as Google Earth and Google Street View and vehicle-friendly versions of Facebook, Twitter, email and SMS services. With the launch of LTE-connected Audi, the car maker has taken the lead to materialize the vision of connected smart cars, transforming the entire travel and navigation experience.

 

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