Self Study Program 648 – Audi Second-generation Modular Infotainment System
VAG SSP 648. The second generation of the Modular Infotainment System opens up new possibilities with features including the Audi tablet as a new mobile Rear Seat Entertainment system, 3D sound for a concert hall atmosphere in the car, the Audi phone box with wireless charging, and the Audi smartphone interface for seamless in-car integration of Google Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
For years now, infotainment has been driving technological development forwards and presenting ever new challenges to the manufacturers of automobiles with their relatively long product life cycles. Owners expect their car to feature the latest innovations in mobile or home entertainment and communications, so it is important to embrace the advances in the consumer electronics sector. Audi identified this development early on and responded by developing the Modular Infotainment System (MIB).
- Second-generation Modular Infotainment System
- MIB2 versions
- MIB2 Standard
- MIB2 Scale
- MIB2 High
- Variants (country dependent)
- E380 Operating units
- Button combinations for service personnel
- Audi phone box
- Audi phone box
- Connection of 2 mobile phones
- Wireless charging
- System limitations
- Audi smartphone interface
- Functional overview of the Audi smartphone interface
- Technical requirements for the smartphone
- Technical requirements for vehicle
- Connecting to the vehicle
- Use of the Android Auto operating system
- Use of the Apple CarPlay operating system
- Technical implementation and data exchange
- Rear Seat Entertainment
- Connectivity options
- Self study programmes
- Test your knowledge
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.