Audi Integrated Vehicle Dynamics - DR

Called Integrated Vehicle Dynamics, this “central brain” up to 10 times more powerful than current computers will manage the many parameters involved in driving the vehicle.

According to Audi, it should be able to handle up to 90 functions at the same time and should be fitted to all models starting with the A3. This new system will stand out above all in terms of energy recovery when braking electric and hybrid vehicles, thanks to which the autonomy of their batteries could increase by around 30%. Even if no market date has yet been brought forward, this system would be ready for use quickly.


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