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Audi introduces an application for customers who own iPhone

by Nicole
November 5, 2010 at 4:24 pm

Audi has released an application today at SEMA for customers who own iPhones.

The function allows locating your vehicle in a crowded parking lot, measuring speeds and even emissions.

Because it is a respectable premium manufacturer, Audi has decided to launch an application for all its customers that use iPhones.

It is in this manner that the Ingolstadt manufacturer is trying to keep its fans and customers constantly informed: by using a new application of today’s coolest cell phone.

Named CarMonitor, the software designed by Audi can measure the engine’s speed, emissions of CO2 and it can locate position on a map. The function can record information about the driver’s journey and can even locate the car in crowded parking lot.

Also, customers can share the consumption and performance with other owners, thanks to the Labs Audi community, which can be found at www.myaudilabs.com.

The new application was released at the Tuning Show (SEMA) in Las Vegas, and it will be available for all Audi owners around the world.

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