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Old 8th June 2008, 23:31   #1
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Default Audi Q5 to boast NVIDIA-powered interface

Audi's next-gen Multi-Media Interface (MMI) technology will debut in the new Audi Q5 compact crossover arriving later this year. Built by Harmon/Becker Automotive Systems, it is reportedly going to set benchmarks for automotive navigation, communication, and wide-screen entertainment.

In any case, the system utilizes a high-performance NVIDIAŽ graphics processor for smooth map transitions, even while underway. Vehicle orientation is enhanced by a three-dimensional view with true-to-scale terrain, and photorealistic depictions of key landmarks.
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neat looking car ^^
yet again something to add to my wish-list
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