Self Study Program 628 – Audi virtual cockpit
Self Study Program 628 – Audi virtual cockpit PDF
The instrument cluster of the future
Everything is in full view of the driver:
Audi virtual cockpit combines the functions of a central MMI monitor and a conventional instrument cluster in a unique TFT display. All functions and services are represented by brilliant 3D-like graphics and detailled effects. The driver can choose between two display views – classic view and progressive view.
The mode of representation depends on the view selected. Whereas in the classic view the gauges (speedometer and rev counter) dominate, in the progressive view additional functions such as Navigation, Telephone, Audi connect or Media feature prominently. The displays for ambient temperature, time and mileage (km) as well as warning and information symbols are firmly embedded at the bottom edge of the cockpit in both modes.
Fast, secure and fully digital
To enable content to be displayed quickly and in a valid format, Audi is the first car maker to use the quadcore Tegra 30 chip from the Nvidia Tegra 3 series. The graphics processor generates 60 frames per second and, thus, ensures that the needle of the speedometer and rev counter is rendered with absolute precision.
The Audi virtual cockpit is able to display a wide variety of information – from the graphics of the assistance systems and the images of the reversing camera system to dynamic vehicle animations.
The joy of use: intuitive and intelligent operation
As regards operation, “joy of use” plays an important role for Audi:
the Audi virtual cockpit therefore comes onto the market with a new, intelligent MMI operating concept.
On the one hand, the driver can operate the Audi virtual cockpit using the advanced MMI; on the other, he/she can issue commands using the multifunction steering wheel.
- Audi virtual cockpit (instrument cluster)
- Versions of the Audi virtual cockpit
- Classic and progressive views
- Toggling between views
- Main functions
- The main menu
- Subdivision of the display panel into various display areas
- Displays in the central display area
- Bar with turn signal symbols and warning symbols
- Tab bar
- Left side display
- Right side display
- Selection menu
- Options menu
- Status bar
- Other displays of the Audi virtual cockpit
- Display of warnings and fault messages
- Design of the Audi virtual cockpit
- Circuit diagram of the instrument cluster
- Test your knowledge
- Self study programmes
The Self Study Programme teaches a basic knowledge of the design and mode of operation of new models, new automotive components or new technologies.
It is not a Repair Manual! Figures are given for explanatory purposes only and refer to the data valid at the time of preparation of the SSP. This content is not updated.
For further information on maintenance and repair work, always refer to the current technical literature.