The collaboration brings embedded 5G Ultra-Wideband connectivity into Audi cars and provides the swift and telecommunication design needed for highly personalised and enlarged mobile services, new driver-assistance features, and connectivity-enabled innovations for the automated future of driving.
The new Audi 5G lineup is expected to host new features including higher speeds to download or stream entertainment, an improved in-car navigation system with 3D mapping, cloud-based user profiles, and even the (arguably dangerous) ability to buy things in your car.
Drivers will likely need to pay a subscription to access Audi’s 5G in-car services. A fee expected to be higher than its current Function On-Demand plan with 4G LTE in-car WIFI.
The new 5G car is also expected to build on Audi’s current crop of in-car connected services, including information on traffic lights and low-latency road alerts.
Audi’s 5G cars will also be equipped with mobile edge computing, which likely means better autonomous driving features since the cars will be able to react to data instantly.
The Audi 2024 line will enable real-time data processing, so cars can respond faster to other cars, infrastructure, and connected devices on the road, safety, and more entertainment features.
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