Audi Connect infotainment system capable of high-resolution 3D graphics.
NOVI, MI – Technology company NVIDIA has ambitious goals when it comes to the fast-growing automotive telematics market. The Santa Clara, CA-based company provides the graphic processing unit that powers Audi’s “Audi Connect” infotainment system, and plans call for the technology to roll out in other Volkswagen Group vehicles, including the Skoda Octavia and VW Golf. Next year, NVIDIA will supply similar technology for BMW, Mini and Rolls-Royce vehicles. The ...
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