• SQ2
    SQ2

    Powerful and self-confident. The Audi SQ2.

  • SQ5
    SQ5

    The SUV for a new generation. Convincing without being persuasive. Sportive without being unreasonable. Efficient driving pleasure.

  • TTS Coupé
    TTS Coupé

    The Audi TTS Coupé is bursting with sports car genes. Dynamic driving even controlled - by the new quattro permanent all-wheel drive. The design is individualized by S-specific elements and instantly recognizable. The innovative technologies in the drive, as well as new control and display concepts - including the Audi virtual cockpit - characterize the Coupé.

  • TT RS Coupé
    TT RS Coupé

    Ultimate sportiness. The Audi TT RS Coupé.

Woman looks back over her shoulder from the passenger seat of an Audi e-tron Sportback

Audi explanatory videos

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Whether you have just bought a new Audi or simply want to explore a new technology, with the explanatory videos from Audi you will learn everything you need to know. Simply summarised and clearly explained. Topics include infotainment and Audi connect, operating element, driver assist systems, interior as well as charging of electric cars and plug-in hybrid vehicles and lighting technologies

Some footage shown on this page are for illustrative purposes only, may vary from market specification and may not be reflective of the stated from price.

Infotainment and Audi connect

Audi's digital services make your everyday life easier. Thanks to LTE Advanced, Audi connect Navigation and Infotainment brings practical services on board.

The functions and equipment features shown here can be offered as additional equipment subject to a fee depending on the model. The visual is intended exclusively to describe how the system functions and may differ from the vehicle and car software version shown here depending on model or equipment line.

Man with smartphone in front of an Audi e-tron Sportback

Displays and controls

Your Audi offers you a wide range of options for controlling the digital and analogue systems. Of course, the focus is particularly on the built-in displays, which also show all the information about the vehicle. All important settings are always at your fingertips via controls on the steering wheel and centre console. The following videos about the Audi displays and controls show which these are and how you can easily reach them.

The functions and equipment features shown here can be offered as additional equipment subject to a fee depending on the model. The visual is intended exclusively to describe how the system functions and may differ from the vehicle and car software version shown here depending on model or equipment line.

Driver operates the MMI system in the Audi RS Q3

Driver assist systems

Audi driver assist systems offer greater comfort on long journeys and extra safety in dangerous situations. For example, they can help you stay in lane, brake in an emergency and detect traffic signs to inform you of current speed limits. A great deal of clever technology is involved here. The following videos show which assistance systems are available and how they work.

The functions and equipment features shown here can be offered as additional equipment subject to a fee depending on the model. The visual is intended exclusively to describe how the system functions and may differ from the vehicle and car software version shown here depending on model or equipment line.

Fuel consumption, combined*: 12.1 l/100 km; CO₂ emissions, combined*: 277–276 g/km. Information on fuel/electricity consumption and CO₂ emissions in ranges depending on the equipment and accessories of the car.

The Audi RS Q8 in dynamic pass-by

Interior

The Audi interior is your space, your comfort zone in the vehicle. There are numerous extras and settings available to tailor it to you in the best possible way. With a choice of steering wheels and seats you have the option of designing the interior to suit your personal preferences. The following videos show you the special features that are available.

The functions and equipment features shown here can be offered as additional equipment subject to a fee depending on the model. The visual is intended exclusively to describe how the system functions and may differ from the vehicle and car software version shown here depending on model or equipment line.

The cockpit of the Audi RS Q8 in red Contour/ambient lighting

Charging

With the Audi e-tron you can drive fully electric. Alternatively, Audi also offers plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEV) with the TFSI e-models: These allow shorter purely electric journeys without having to use the combustion engine. In both cases, they need to be recharged with electricity. You can charge your vehicle at home or on the road. Audi offers its own services for this, such as the e-tron Charging Service. You can find out what is behind the Audi charging system and how they work here.

The functions and equipment features shown here can be offered as additional equipment subject to a fee depending on the model. The visual is intended exclusively to describe how the system functions and may differ from the vehicle and car software version shown here depending on model or equipment line.

Combined electricity consumption in kWh/100 km*: 24.3-21.0 (NEDC); 26.6-22.4 (WLTP); Combined CO₂ emissions in g/km*: 0. Information on fuel/electricity consumption and CO₂ emissions in ranges depending on the equipment and accessories of the car.

The Audi e-tron at a public charging station

Lighting packages

The HD Matrix LED headlights provide precise, high-resolution illumination, without dazzling other road users. The Audi laser light provides additional safety with almost twice the range of LED high beam headlights. The OLED rear lights are particularly visible and enable progressive lighting design. The following videos show you what other advantages the technologies bring and how they work.

The functions and equipment features shown here can be offered as additional equipment subject to a fee depending on the model. The visual is intended exclusively to describe how the system functions and may differ from the vehicle and car software version shown here depending on model or equipment line.

Fuel consumption, combined*: 7.5–4.3 l/100 km; CO₂ emissions, combined*: 172–113 g/km. Information on fuel/electricity consumption and CO₂ emissions in ranges depending on the equipment and accessories of the car.

Rear light of an Audi A7 Sportback