Audi Virtual Cockpit claims awards

Looks like Audi is on a roll with its Virtual Cockpit technology,  featured in the Audi TT 2015 and the upcoming Audi Q7.

In his February 2015 review, Jeremy Clarkson of Top Gear fame gave high praise for the Audi Virtual Cockpit, stating that it "makes an iPad look like a Victorian's typewriter". After winning the Connected Car Expo award in December 2014, the Virtual Cockpit was also awarded with the Popular Science "Product of the Future Award".

This week it was announced that the Audi Virtual Cockpit has also been shortlisted for MWC's prestigious Global Mobile Awards, in the category of "best mobile innovation for automotive".

Have you had a test drive of the Audi TT or the TTS (with the enhanced "sport" mode gauges)?

Audi's Virtual Cockpit human-machine interface is designed and engineered using Rightware Kanzi. The system runs on Rightware's Kanzi graphics engine. It's the ultimate digital dashboard.

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