My Audi Connect App Now Introduced In India – TyreCafe

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The luxury carmaker Audi has come up with a new My Audi Connect App that helps you access your car 24x7 and also offers a wide range of features. However, Audi users will have to pay ₹ 19,999 more for the package. The app represents a digital connection between the owner and the vehicle and provides real-time information about the car which can be accessed from any part of the world as long as there is internet connection.

The My Audi Connect App has five categories, which are, safety and security, behavior of the driver, lifestyle, Geo location and utility. Under the safety and security slug, you get features like SOS emergency alert to contacts and medical help, road side assistance, curfew alerts which basically is Geo fencing and sets the boundary outside which the car isn't allowed to go and disturbance alert which alerts your whenever someone is trying to access your car without your permission. The Driver's behavior category offers features like Trip Analysis, Head Braking, Hard Acceleration, sharp turns and idling alert (just in case your vehicle is on for a long time and the driver is misusing the AC or other features). The lifestyle segment brings to you various music and media apps along with a very elite kind of feature called concierge desk which gives you a plethora of dine and wine options among other leisure activities. The Geo location feature is again a very useful one primarily because of its car finder and tow alert feature along with live location service. Last but not the least, the utility category offers features like service booking, vehicle history, vehicle's health and a virtual document storage which Audi says won't be used for scanning personal information of any customer.

Though these services come at a cost in most of Audi cars, the company says that the flagship models will get them as standard. Existing Audi customers who have purchased their cars after 2011 can also avail these services as it will be compatible with those models. However, the idea is also to cater and attract entry level luxury car buyers who may find these features even more lucrative as it will add value to their lifestyle.

 

 

 

 
 

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