Audi AG Chooses INRIX XD Traffic For 2011 A6 Nav System

Posted: Jan 24 2011, 11:05am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
Audi AG Chooses INRIX XD Traffic for 2011 A6 Nav System
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Live traffic comes to A6 first

There are many uses for navigation systems and they don’t always have to do with finding your way across country to places you aren’t familiar with. Many people find nav systems help a great deal on routes they take each day by helping them find the best way around traffic.

Audi has announced that it has chosen INRIX XD Traffic technology for its 2011 A6 to provide real-time traffic information to drivers on the road. The options package that uses the traffic information also has Bluetooth connectivity.

It appears that the live traffic info is sent to the GPS system using the connectivity from that mobile device. The navigation system will be rolled out to other models throughout the model year.

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