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Ingolstadt, 2012-03-07

The modular infotainment platform

Audi’s modular infotainment platform will also debut in the new Audi A3. It is a giant leap toward tomorrow’s mobile communications electronics. Its architecture makes it possible, for the first time, to easily update hardware to ensure it is always cutting-edge.

A principal component in the modular infotainment platform’s central computer is known as the MMX board (MMX: Multi-Media eXtension). This plug-in module integrates the latest Tegra processor from Nvidia, the market leader, with whom Audi has enjoyed a very successful partnership for years. The T 20 chip works together with a graphics program which can display three-dimensional graphics via the on-board monitor – another first. Nvidia plans to regularly release ever more powerful chips in the years to come, and Audi will introduce them in its cars soon after they appear.

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.

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