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The pin-sharp graphics, rich array of on-board driving data and split-second response rates of the all-digital Audi virtual cockpit have earned it the coveted title of 'Tech of the Year' in the inaugural Car Tech Awards, adjudicated collaboratively by a panel of automotive and tech journalists from leading digital brands, Carbuyer and Alphr.

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First introduced on the Audi TT in 2014, the highly functional Audi virtual cockpit is now an established feature of the premium brand's interior architecture, extending to more than half of the model range from the spine-tingling R8 to the newly introduced Q2 compact SUV. It also can be specified across the new Audi A3 range, which has been separately praised in two more Car Tech Awards categories for its switched-on approach to user friendly tech and connectivity in the under £25,000 bracket.

Editor of CarBuyer, Stuart Milne explained the rationale behind the win: "We were endlessly impressed with virtual cockpit, and the more you use it, the better it gets. Its performance is outstanding, graphics are crisp and when the 12.3in screen is given over to navigation functions, mapping has never been clearer. With all this in mind, virtual cockpit is a must have feature across most of Audi's models."

"If there's one piece of in-car technology that defines 2016, and will lead the way over the coming years, it's Audi virtual cockpit."
 

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My OH has got this on the New Tiguan, along with adaptive cruise control etc, it looks great but is really distracting.(he's forever messing with the screen) I've opted for the standard dashboard in the Q2 and as for cruise control - apparently I've had it in my Mini for the last 3years but never used it....!!!!
 
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