Predictive efficiency assistant
The predictive efficiency assistant uses adaptive cruise control and navigational information about corner radii (curve assistant), town and speed limits (speed limit assistant) to provide predictive, adaptive speed modulation. What’s more, the system also selectively regulates engine drag torque and coasting phases to promote fuel savings.
Audi active lane assist
Audi active lane assist helps drivers to stay comfortably within lane markings. If, at speeds above roughly 60 kilometers per hour, the system is active and the driver starts to drift without activating the indicators, the system will intervene gently but perceptibly to keep the car in its lane.
Comprising the dynamic cornering light, variable headlight range control and static turning lights, adaptive light provides ideal illumination for all driving conditions, increasing safety and driver reaction times.
Audi Matix LED
The glare-free high beam in the Audi Matrix LED headlights ensures optimum visibility at all times. Individual LEDs are dimmed or deactivated as soon as another vehicle is detected by the camera. Based on route data from the MMI Navigation plus, the diodes also adjust the cornering light just before the wheel is turned.
Digital matix light
Digital Micromirror Device (DMD) technology is considered the next quantum leap in lighting. Millions of light pixels not only mask out other road users with pinpoint precision; they can also distribute the light in front of the car in any number of ways, including high-resolution projections for optimum driver support.
Organic light emitting diodes are fitted in interiors and tail lights. Unlike point light sources such as LEDs, OLEDs are a flat light emitting technology. This means the illumination they produce reaches a new level of homogeneity and can be dimmed continuously. Thanks to the extremely flat and precise light produced, they lend themselves to
entirely new design possibilities. OLEDs cast no shadow and don’t require reflectors, light guides or other similar optical components— making them very efficient and lightweight. In addition, they require very little cooling.
Audi marker lights
The narrow light guides in the interior work in tandem with the Exit Warning assistance system. If either the driver or a passenger wants to open the door while a vehicle is approaching from the rear, the red marker lights pulse at short intervals.