Driverless cars are getting closer. In fact, a lot of autonomous tech is already on our roads. We service a number of Audi vehicles with varying degrees of autonomy every day. With the first Level 3 vehicle set to be released this year, it might not be too long before we see a fully self-driving car arrive at our workshop for a service!
So this week, we thought we’d look at the six different levels of autonomous driving, as set out by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). Where possible, we’ve given an example of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) already on our roads. (more…)
In April 2018, Audi released an upgrade to the RS4. This week, the team talk about the Audi RS and what we can expect from the 2018 upgrade. But first, as ever, let’s start with the name. (more…)
Audi Goes to the Tolls
This week, Audi announced its latest addition to its vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) technology. E-Tag transponders for paying tolls will be built into models from the end of this year. (more…)
This week, the Volks Affair team discuss Audi’s A4 model and what we can expect from the new A4 B9 in 2018.
This year, Audi announced their intentions to release a second electric vehicle. Following the e-tron Quattro, scheduled to roll out 2018, the e-tron Sportback will go into production in 2019. (more…)
Uber’s German Models
Uber has existed in Australia since 2012. Since its beginning as a simple ride-sharing phone application, the company now have a range of services, including food delivery (UberEATS) and their prestige range, UberSELECT and UberBLACK.
This week, we talk you through which German prestige vehicles can be used as Uber vehicles.