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Thursday, 17 December 2009 13:49

Audi to have Tegra inside

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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We don’t know many details but a big car manufacturer from Germany, known under the Audi brand, is supposed to announce some additional navigation and user interface powered by Tegra.

This announcement might involve Tegra 2 but we only know that the new solution should be superior to Audi's current MMI interface announced last January, here.

The new interface should be better, and even cooler than the one done in late January, and Nvidia could not be happier about it. We remember seeing some prototypes of Car 3D capable navigation 3 or 4 years ago and back then Nvidia told us that the auto industry is slow in adopting new technologies and that it might take some time to see the real results.

Audi is just the beginning and there will be more manufacturers to come. It's worth noting Audi is part of the Volkswagen group, which also includes Skoda and Seat.
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