Audi MMI Navigation Navigation
Let the "Global Positioning System" (GPS) guide you to your destination.
Why waste time studying confusing maps and tediously planning routes? Now you can simply enter your desired destination into the navigation system, and the route guidance function will guide you directly to it. You can also set up to nine stopovers on the way to your destination.
Other important functions of your navigation system are:
- Seven different ways of entering destinations
- Route calculation based on the latest traffic messages
- Selection of your preferred route from three suggestions
- Voice guidance cues in eight languages
- Display of the route guidance on the MMI and the driver information system
- Storing of individual destination and tour plans
- Today's driving conditions require the full attention of drivers. Please see Link.
- Pay attention to traffic rules when driving.
- The route calculated by the navigation system is a recommendation of how best to reach a destination. Pay attention to traffic lights, no stopping signs, lane change restrictions, one-way streets, etc.
- Should the navigation directions contradict the current traffic regulations, you must always follow the traffic regulations.
- The volume should only be set at a level which enables you to hear distant police and emergency Audi A1s clearly - failure to do so could result in an accident.
- Snow or other obstructions on the GPS aerial or interference caused by trees or large buildings could affect the reception of the satellite signals and make positioning difficult. GPS reception and Audi A1 positioning can also be adversely affected by deactivation or a malfunction of several satellites.
- Street and town names can change; therefore the names stored on the MMI can in exceptional cases be different from the actual names.
- For information on updating the navigation data, please contact your Audi dealer.