Audi virtual cockpit
Raise your awareness — and your experience
The TT Coupe features the standard Audi virtual cockpit — a fully digital 12.3-inch information display that customizes information such as available MMI® Navigation and audio settings as well as Google Earth™ imagery. The Audi virtual cockpit offers classic, infotainment and sport modes for customized, streamlined use. It’s time for the information age to really shed light.
The brains behind the operation
The 2019 Audi TT Coupe features available MMI® Navigation with MMI® touch — allowing drivers to enter navigation destinations and telephone numbers by simply “writing” them. It allows easier access to radio presets, map navigation, destinations and directories for a more personalized and intuitive driving experience.
You can connect your Audi to your world with available Audi connect®, an intuitive system that integrates sought-after information like Google Earth™ imagery, weather conditions and traffic information. The available Audi connect® comes with a complimentary, six-month trial subscription and a Wi-Fi hotspot for passengers. Combined with in-vehicle 4G LTE connectivity, getting connected has never been easier.
Audi smartphone interface
This available feature enables Apple CarPlay® and Google™ Android Auto™ integration, providing access to your compatible smartphone’s features, such as navigation and select third-party apps, and can be controlled through the MMI® interface, the voice control system or steering wheel controls.
Parking system uses front and rear acoustic sensors to help detect when you are close to another object. With the rear view camera, the MMI® display provides a rear view of the parking situation, helping increase driver comfort when parking or leaving — especially in tight spaces.
Audi side assist
Available on the TT Coupe, Audi side assist helps you when changing lanes. Thanks to radar sensors in the rear bumper, the system monitors traffic in problematic areas like the driver’s blind spot. When a vehicle approaches from behind on the side of the vehicle, an LED signal appears in the respective exterior mirror as a warning.