Self Study Program 994618AG – Audi Modular Infotainment System (MIB)

VAG SSP 994618AG. The Modular Infotainment System is another milestone achieved by the Volkswagen Group and in future will replace the information and entertainments systems used up to now.

The control unit architecture allows the hardware to be easily and economically updated so that it always incorporates the latest advances.

An important component is the fast graphics processor made by market-leader Nvidia, with whom Audi enjoys a very successful business relationship. The latest Nvidia processors will continue to be used in Audi cars in the future.

The new platform means that it will be possible to use the same central processing units (electronic information systems control unit 1 J794) across the entire Group. So in future it will be possible to run brand-specific variants on four standardised hardware platforms. For
the purposes of differentiation, features such as the user interfaces and controls will be individually adapted for each brand. Customers will thus be able to identify distinctive differences between the systems. And the system used in an Audi will always be recognisable as a genuine Audi MMI.

The Modular Infotainment System (MIB) was first used on the Audi A3 ’13.

In all Audi offers three MIB configuration levels:

  • Entry MIB
  • Standard MIB
  • High-spec MIB

One Group brand is responsible for each of those configuration levels. Audi is responsible for developing the High-spec MIB, Volkswagen for the Standard MIB and Skoda for the Entry MIB.


  • Introduction
  • Entry MIB
  • Entry Plus MIB
  • Standard MIB
    • Standard MIB radio version
    • Standard MIB navigation system version
  • High-spec MIB
    • Navigation system with High-spec MIB
  • Radio tuner
    • Analogue tuner reception concept
    • DAB tuner reception concept
  • Disk drives and storage media
    • Media playback
  • Telephone options
    • Bluetooth interface
    • Universal mobile phone pre-wiring (Audi Phone Box)
    • Bluetooth car phone online (Audi connect inc. car phone)
    • Audi connect (market-dependent)
    • Address book
  • MMI display J685
    • Video transmissions to J794
    • Control panel
  • Networking
    • Optical data bus system MOST150
  • Fault diagnosis
    • Overview of PR numbers for MIB
    • General overview of MIB on Audi A3 ’13
  • Appendix
    • Glossary

The self-study programme provides information on the fundamentals of the design and function of new vehicle models, new automotive components or new technologies.
The self-study programme is not a repair manual! Any figures quoted merely serve the purpose of facilitating understanding and relate to the software version valid at the time the SSP was produced.
For details of servicing and repair operations, it is imperative that you refer to the latest technical literature.

Language: English
Format: PDF
Pages: 48

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