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Operation and displays

The Audi virtual cockpit is a fully digital instrument cluster with a 12.3-inch TFT screen. Depending on the model, it has a resolution of 1,440 x 540 pixels or a Full HD resolution of 1,920 x 720 pixels.

The display shows a wide range of information clearly and in razor-sharp, highly detailed graphics. This includes the classic values ​​for speed and engine speed as well as information on navigation, media and driver assistance systems. At the bottom there are fixed displays for outside temperature, time, mileage as well as warning and information symbols. So that the virtual needle of the rev counter runs smoothly and with high precision, its display is recalculated 60 times per second.

The driver can switch the Audi virtual cockpit to two views using the view button on the multifunction steering wheel: while the rev counter and speedometer are shown as large round instruments in driving mode, a central window dominates in infotainment mode. It offers ample space for the navigation map or the lists from the telephone and audio areas. The tachometer and speedometer can be seen here as small round instruments. With the S and RS models, both views appear specifically with red graphic details. In addition, a performance layout can be selected in the MMI in which the tachometer is the center of attention as a square graphic and power and torque are displayed as percentages.