The interior concept, billed as the next generation of Audi’s Human Machine Interface, and features large LED displays with haptic feedback and gesture control.
Audi says its new MMI controller can recognise familiar gestures of users and act on them to control infotainment functions. The concept is powered by the next generation of Audi’s Modular Infotainment Platform, dubbed MIB2+.
The new interior is a development of that seen on the e-tron quattro concept last year.
As well as its new interior functions, Audi has also revealed it is expanding its range of connected car services to include traffic sign recognition and hazard information, so that cars can communicate with each other to report accidents.
Speaking at CES, Audi’s vice president for electronic development Ricky Hudi said: “The interior of the future will radically alter the way our customers operate and experience things in the vehicle. We are developing our successful Audi virtual cockpit into the Audi virtual dashboard and creating an entirely new world of experience for our customers.