- Enhanced standard equipment offerings across full 2022 model line
- Driver assistance systems and technology updates including Adaptive Cruise Assist and Top view camera system now available on even more models
- Additional digital personalization options, with several new innovative features available
Audi of America today announced updates to its lineup for the 2022 model year, including full-line pricing, vehicle packaging updates, and new standard and available equipment.
The 2022 model changes emphasize the brand’s growth in the premium segment as a leader in technology innovations and producing quality vehicles. Additionally, by the end of 2021, Audi plans to have more fully electric vehicles on sale in the United States than any other luxury brand. The Audi e-tron and e-tron Sportback are expected to be joined by new models including the 2022 Audi e-tron GT, RS e-tron GT, Q4 e-tron, and Q4 Sportback e-tron.
2022 A4 and A5 model line updates
Following a 13-horsepower performance enhancement across the A4 and A5 model ranges as well as several technology updates, the A4 and A5 enter the 2022 model year with more streamlined packaging. To enhance the sporty appeal for the 201-horsepower A4 40 TFSI model, a Black optic package has now been made available as an option. For 2022, the 261-horsepower A4 45 TFSI now adds the previously optional sport suspension, which lowers the vehicle height by 23mm, as standard equipment, and combines interior trim inlays into various packages to remove standalone inlay options. The 349-horsepower S4 returns in 2022 with standard Carbon atlas inlays.
For 2022, the A5 model line also receives updates to packaging and options, including a new 19-inch all-season tire option. The A5 Cabriolet also get a new available 19-inch wheel design. To further enhance the A5 Sportback 40 TFSI model launched just last year, a Black optic package is now available as an option. In addition, the A5 S line Coupe and Sportback now have sport suspension as standard. To optimize comfort, and amplify sporty sophistication updated seats with leather/Dinamica are now standard with the S line interior package. The A5 models also combine inlay options into packages to eliminate standalone inlay options. The S5 now gets 19-inch wheels standard, as well as Carbon atlas inlays standard.
A Black optic plus package is also now available for the A4 S line and A5 S line, and includes a Black front and rear blade in the bumpers, Matte black grille, Black Audi rings and badges, black mirror caps, a black side sill blade, and painted red brake calipers along with 18-inch (A4), and 19-inch (A4/A5) wheel options.
2022 A6 model line
The 2022 A6 model lines exhibits dynamic Audi technology, and leverages improvements from the 2021 model year, which features even more standard equipment including the increased availability of driver assistance systems focused on comfort throughout the model line. The Premium model gets significant enhancements including a more intuitive and larger 10.1” MMI Navigation screen, the latest generation Virtual cockpit plus, rear side airbags standard, and a standard direct tire pressure monitoring system.
The 2022 A6 45 TFSI, which underlines sportiness and design, and is now available with a Black optic package. A new 20-inch wheel design has been added to the Sport package on the A6 55 TFSI, which carries a turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 with 335 horsepower. Additionally, the A6 allroad leverages the conventional A6 model enhancements including a direct tire pressure monitoring system.
The twin-turbocharged, 444 horsepower S6 now receives rear side airbags and a direct tire pressure monitoring system as standard equipment. Additionally, the S6 now offers a Carbon twill structure inlay as an option, and adds an available new 21-inch wheel to the Black optic package.
2022 A7 model line
The 2022 A7 continues its legacy as the Audi design icon, and leverages enhancements from the 2021 model year that included more standard features. For 2022, the Premium model receives significant enhancements including the next generation Virtual cockpit plus, a larger 10.1” MMI Navigation screen, rear side airbags standard, and a direct tire pressure monitoring system, all standard. Also, a new 21-inch wheel package is available for the 335-horsepower A7 55 TFSI model. The 444-horsepower, twin-turbocharged S7 now offers a direct tire pressure monitoring system, and rear side airbags as standard.
2022 Audi Q3 model line
The second-generation of one of the brand’s best-selling models is further improved for 2022 with newly standard features and newly available technologies. The Q3 40 TFSI quattro model returns with a comprehensive list of newly standard features, which includes the next-generation of infotainment with the MIB 3 system. Additionally, Audi side assist with rear cross traffic and Audi parking system plus are now standard equipment. A newly standard Aluminum Spectrum inlay selection elevates precise craftsmanship of the interior. The available Convenience package offers 8-way power front seats with memory for the driver’s seat, auto-dimming power folding mirrors with memory, and a Homelink garage door opener. To make maneuverability more intuitive, the Topview camera system is now included on the Premium Plus trim. On both Q3 models, the Brown Gray Natural wood inlays becomes an available standalone option on the Premium trim.
2022 Audi Q5 model line
Following an update in 2021, the 2022 Q5 45 TFSI model now moves to a standard S line exterior, which also adds Aluminum front door sill inlays with an illuminated S logo. There is also a new 18-inch wheel design for the Premium trim. Additionally, power steering column adjustment is now standard in the Premium Plus trim for the Q5 45 TFSI and Q5 55 TFSI e models. A new Black optic package is available for Q5 45 TFSI, Q5 Sportback 45 TFSI, and Q5 55 TFSI e, and includes Black exterior trim, and 20-inch wheels with all-season tires. To further amplify the Q5 55 TFSI e sport quotient, the model adds sport seats as standard equipment to further position itself as an SQ5 lite variant. Additionally, it gets a battery upgrade to 17.9 kWh battery (+3.8 kWh). Finally, the performance-oriented SQ5 and SQ5 Sportback adds Carbon atlas inlays as standard.
2022 Audi Q7 model line
For 2022, the Q7 portfolio leverages improvements from 2021 for safety including the addition of rear side airbags as standard, heated, power folding exterior mirrors with memory, Ambient interior lighting package, and also adding direct tire pressure monitoring system as standard on the Q7 45 TFSI and 55 TFSI models. For 2022, the Q7 45 TFSI and 55 TFSI Premium Plus package also receives new standard Driver assistance features including Active lane assist with emergency assist and Adaptive cruise assist with Traffic Jam assist. To elevate the sport quotient of the 2022 Q7 45 TFSI model there is now an available Black optic package.
The 500-horsepower, 2022 SQ7 remains the only performance standard 7-seater in the segment, and returns to the 2022 model year with several package updates. The SQ7 now comes with Adaptive Cruise Assist with Traffic jam assist, and Audi Active lane assist with Emergency assist as standard equipment. Additionally, painted red brake calipers become an available standalone option for the both the Premium Plus and Prestige packages, while also remaining an element of the S Sport package option.
2022 Audi Q8 model line
The brand’s flagship SUV, the 2022 Audi Q8 provides a balance of performance, spaciousness, and design. Leveraging the significant updates from 2021, the 2022 Q8 models receive several package enhancements. In the Premium trim, the Q8 is now standard with 21-inch wheels with low profile all-season tires, a heated, auto-dimming and power-folding exterior mirrors with memory, rear side airbags, and a direct tire pressure monitoring system. The Premium Plus model gets Audi Adaptive cruise assist with Traffic jam assist, and Audi Active lane assist with Emergency assist. The Premium Plus also gets enhancements to the available Executive package including Leather package (armrests), front seat ventilation, and rear sunshades for the passenger rear seats. Additionally, the Prestige model now receives an Adaptive air suspension and will also extend the leather package out to the armrests. Available All-wheel steering is also added as a standalone options for the Prestige trim level.
The high performance SQ8 model gets several updates for the 2022 model year. The standard Premium Plus trim level now gets standard driver assistance features, which include Adaptive Cruise Assist with Traffic jam assist and Audi active lane assist with Emergency assist. Additionally, there are new Carbon vector inlays as standard equipment, as well as a direct tire pressure monitoring system. A newly available Executive package includes heated rear seats with sunshades for the rear windows, ventilated front seats with leather package including the armrests, HD matrix-design LED headlights, and also a Contour/Ambient LED lighting plus multicolor package. To support the sporty positioning of the SQ8, a standalone option for painted red brake calipers is also now available, and remains an element of the available S Sport package. To amplify the selection of options, a new SQ8 Carbon optic package includes Carbon mirror housings, door inlays and rear diffuser trim, as well as 22-inch graphite gray wheels and black exterior accents, roof rails and Singleframe grille.
2022 e-tron / e-tron Sportback
The brand’s first fully electric SUV returns for the 2022 model year with significant package changes. The Premium Plus package continues to offer the available Black optic package that now adds a new 21-inch sport wheel design supported by Dynamic orange brake calipers. The Prestige model is now replaced with the new Chronos Edition that includes Chronos gray exterior paint, S-line exterior, Black optic package, Digital Matrix LED headlights, black 21-inch wheels with orange brake calipers, black headliner, Volcano gray ash wood inlays, and rear side airbags.
The brand’s first SUV Sportback, the e-tron Sportback, enters 2022 with several package updates. The Premium trim is now available with the Convenience Plus package, which includes the comprehensive Driver Assistance package, Top view camera system, and the bold Black Optic exterior kit. The Premium Plus package continues to offer the available Black optic package that now adds a new 21-inch sport wheel design that is supported with Dynamic orange brake calipers. The Prestige package now offers a Black optic plus package that includes a new 22-inch sport wheel with the addition of Dynamic orange brake calipers. Also, for the 2022 model year, the potential federal tax credit of up to $7,500 is still expected to be available to customers for both models.
2022 TT model line
The 2022 TT family has been updated with the addition of a new Bronze selection package for the TTS model line. The package brings a Black optic exterior, which will include Black rings and badges, and black exterior mirror housings. Additionally, 20-inch Bronze wheels, Fine Nappa leather with Copper stitching, Satin Bronze interior elements, a shift boot with copper stitching, and Aluminum Drift Anthracite inlays complete the new Bronze selection package.
Model year 2022 manufacturer suggested retail prices
|Model||Engine||Transmission||Premium||Premium Plus||Prestige||Specialty Trim|
|A4 40 TFSI quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||S tronic®||$39,100||$43,800||$49,400||–|
|A4 45 TFSI quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||S tronic®||$41,200||$45,400||$50,100||–|
|A4 allroad||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||S tronic®||$44,700||$48,900||$54,600||–|
|S4||3.0-liter, 6 CYL||Tiptronic®||$50,500||$54,100||$58,800||–|
|A5 Coupe 45 TFSI quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||S tronic®||$44,500||$49,400||$53,950||–|
|S5 Coupe||3.0-liter, 6 CYL||Tiptronic®||$53,900||$57,500||$62,000||–|
|A5 Sportback 40 TFSI quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||S tronic®||$42,400||$47,300||$53,000||–|
|A5 Sportback 45 TFSI quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||S tronic®||$44,500||$49,400||$54,250||–|
|S5 Sportback||3.0-liter, 6 CYL||Tiptronic®||$53,900||$57,500||$62,300||–|
|A5 Cabriolet 45 TFSI quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||S tronic®||$50,700||$55,600||$61,450||–|
|S5 Cabriolet||3.0-liter, 6 CYL||Tiptronic®||$62,000||$65,600||$70,100||–|
|A6 45 TFSI quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||S tronic®||$55,400||$59,300||–||–|
|A6 55 TFSI quattro||3.0-liter, 6 CYL||S tronic®||$59,800||$63,700||$69,500||–|
|A6 allroad||3.0-liter, 6 CYL||S tronic®||–||$65,900||$71,400||–|
|S6||2.9-liter, 6 CYL||Tiptronic®||–||$74,800||$81,500||–|
|A7 55 TFSI quattro||3.0-liter, 6 CYL||S tronic®||$69,200||$74,350||$78,350||–|
|A7 55 TFSI e quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL + 14.4 kWh battery||S tronic®||–||$74,900||$80,250||–|
|S7||2.9-liter, 6 CYL||Tiptronic®||–||$84,600||$90,500||–|
|Audi Q3 40 TFSI quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||Tiptronic®||$34,900||$38,200||–||–|
|Audi Q3 45 TFSI quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||Tiptronic®||$37,200||$40,500||–||–|
|Audi Q5 40 TFSI quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||S tronic®||$41,500||$46,500||$52,200||–|
|Audi Q5 45 TFSI quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||S tronic®||$44,100||$49,100||$54,800||–|
|Audi Q5 Sportback 45 TFSI quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||S tronic®||$48,400||$51,800||$57,100||–|
|Audi Q5 55 TFSI e quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL + 17.9 kWh battery||S tronic®||$52,900||$57,000||$62,350||–|
|Audi SQ5||3.0-liter, 6 CYL||Tiptronic®||$53,900||$58,100||$63,300||–|
|Audi SQ5 Sportback||3.0-liter, 6 CYL||Tiptronic®||$57,300||$60,500||$65,700||–|
|Audi Q7 45 TFSI quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||Tiptronic®||$55,800||$58,700||–||–|
|Audi Q7 55 TFSI quattro||3.0-liter, 6 CYL||Tiptronic®||$61,200||$64,800||$72,000||–|
|Audi SQ7||4.0-liter, V8||Tiptronic®||–||$86,500||$91,500||–|
|Audi Q8 55 TFSI quattro||3.0-liter, 6 CYL||Tiptronic®||$69,300||$73,200||$79,400||–|
|Audi SQ8||4.0-liter, V8||Tiptronic®||–||$90,000||$96,200||–|
|e-tron quattro||95 kWh battery||$65,900||$74,800||–||$83,400|
|e-tron Sportback S line quattro||95 kWh battery||$69,100||$78,000||$82,300||–|
|TT Coupe 45 TFSI quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||S tronic®||–||–||–||$49,800|
|TT Roadster 45 TFSI quattro||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||S tronic®||–||–||–||$53,900|
|TTS Coupe||2.0-liter, 4 CYL||S tronic®||–||–||–||$59,500|
Adaptive cruise control with stop & go helps accelerate, brake and maintain speed and distance. Adaptive cruise assist uses radar, camera, laser scanner, and ultrasonic sensors to continuously monitor the environment and help assist with highway driving.Does 2022 Audi Q3 have park assist? ›
If you want more comfort, the Premium Plus trim adds extra heating technology and lumbar support for the driver and passenger seats. If newer technology is your focus, the Prestige trim offers Adaptive Stop and Go Cruise Control and Park Assist. With the 2022 Audi Q3, there are no bad choices.What is included in Premium Plus package on Audi? ›
- Audi virtual cockpit.
- MMI® Navigation plus.
- MMI ® all-in-touch infotainment system.
- Audi connect PRIME and PLUS.
- Panoramic sunroof.
- Satellite radio.
- LED headlights.
- Hands-free liftgate.
To update the MMI software, you'll have to take it to an official Audi dealer and have them do it for you. To update the navigation maps, here's what you should do: Download the update package onto an SD card from My.Audi.com.How much does driver assist cost? ›
$500 to $1,300: Parking sensors embedded into the front and/or rear bumpers. $500 to $1,100: Camera sensors that look forward, to the rear, to the side, and in surround-view mode.Does the 2022 Audi Q3 have blind spot monitoring? ›
2022 Audi Q3 Style and Safety
New standards include rear cross-traffic alert, blind-spot monitoring, and Audi Parking System Plus for painless parking every time.
Available features include: Keyless access with push-button start.What happens if you don't use premium in your Audi? ›
Generally, most modern vehicles can safely run on regular gasoline. Unless your specific model recommends premium, many older Audi models will perform just as well on regular fuel as they will on premium.Which is better Audi premium or Premium Plus? ›
At the Premium Plus level, there are additional options that are not available on Premium models including: the Sport package and an upgraded sound system. The Premium Plus level offers a compromise between affordability and available equipment.Is Audi a premium or luxury? ›
Both Lexus and Audi offer a full range of luxury vehicles so drivers who are considering a used or new Lexus might also want to browse through a luxury dealership for both used Audi and Lexus models to broaden their options.
The MMI Navigation Plus system is a $1,500 option on Premium Plus models and standard on Prestige models, so we'd say that you should probably buy it when you get the car.How do I get Audi connect for free? ›
If your new Audi is equipped with Navigation, you're eligible for a complimentary 6 month trial to all Audi connect has to offer. Select from the tiles below, depending on the model and year of your vehicle, to determine how to manage your Audi connect services. Services and features will vary by model.Is SiriusXM free with Audi? ›
SiriusXM® Satellite Radio offers over 130 channels of commercial-free music, plus sports, news, talk and entertainment. All Audi vehicles come standard with SiriusXM® Satellite Radio and a three-month trial subscription to the Sirius Select package.Which are the best driver assistance systems? ›
Consumer Reports ranked GM's Super Cruise and Ford's BlueCruise as the safest driver-assistance systems because both automakers use in-car cameras to verify that drivers are looking ahead.What is Driver Assistance package Plus? ›
The Driving Assistance package Plus offers maximum comfort and safety on the road to autonomous driving. To supplement the Driving Assistance package you receive Active Stop-and-Go Assist, which ideally takes the strain off you on motorways.Is lane Keep Assist worth it? ›
For driving predominantly on main roads and the motorway network, it is worth choosing. However, for those who spend the majority of their time driving around urban, suburban or country roads, lane keeping technology is unlikely to be suitable for their needs.How much does it cost to add a lane assist? ›
Cost of Driver Assistance packages that include Vision-Based Lane Departure Warning Systems range from $295 to $2800.Is hands-free driving worth it? ›
While 80% of drivers in the U.S. think using a hands-free device while driving is safer than using a hand-held phone, studies have, unfortunately, indicated that this simply isn't true. According to the National Safety Council, 24% of all call crashes involve cell phone conversations, hand-held and otherwise.Can Driver Assist be turned off Audi? ›
If the system's control unit detects that the driver is deviating from their profile – the steering wheel is hardly being used, for instance – then visual and audible alarms are triggered. In operation at speeds above 65 km/h (40.39 mph), the system can be switched off – like all Audi assistance systems – at any time.Which Audi has night vision assist? ›
The Audi Night Vision Assistant technology is available in the current Audi A6, A7, A8, S6, S7, S8, and Q7 models. If you're interested in learning more and you'd like to experience it for yourself, come see us here at Rusnak/Pasadena Audi!
This secret menu allows you to find out more technical details about your Audi. To access it hold down the trip reset button for 3 seconds and at the same time press the start engine button, the display of instrument cluster software, hardware, and other information will occur.Do Audi's cars have tracking devices? ›
Can't remember where you parked your Audi? No problem. The myAudi app can locate your vehicle to help you navigate the lot with confidence. Requires myAudi App.Do Audi cars have cameras? ›
Panoramic Rear Camera
Not only do Audi models offer cutting-edge camera technology, but they also offer an array of high tech active and passive safety features. Just like the cameras mentioned above, you really have to see them all to appreciate how far car safety has come over the years.
Audi's U.S. dealers have been scraping by with few new vehicles to sell for much of the last year as supply shortages have hampered production at its factories in Germany and Mexico.Do 2022 Audi's have remote start? ›
Unfortunately, Audi vehicles do not have full remote start capabilities, although they can be added later through a dealership or aftermarket installation company. Instead, Audi cars have the Audi Advanced Key, which offers many similar benefits.What happens if you don't put premium gas in a premium car? ›
It's a different story for a car whose engine requires premium fuel. The car will run on regular fuel in a pinch, but you shouldn't make a habit of it. The fuel's lower octane can result in elevated exhaust-gas temperatures and possible knocking, both of which can adversely affect the engine's health in the long run.What happens if I use regular gas instead of premium? ›
However, remember this: when a premium fuel engine runs on regular fuel, there's a risk of combustion of the fuel mix before the spark plug even lights up. This causes a phenomenon called knocking, which is likely to damage the engine. Although Mazda recommends using premium fuel, they don't require it.What is the highest Audi trim? ›
Audi has three main trim levels that they use on their vehicles. The entry level is the Premium trim level, the next step up is the Premium plus level, and the top of the line trim level is the Prestige.Why do Audis take premium? ›
Audi vehicles are made to run on premium gasoline because of their direct-injection technology and turbocharged engines. Without using premium fuel, you can damage your Audi's engine and even cause severe damage if you don't fill up with regular gas when it's recommended.Is Audi more luxurious than BMW? ›
Overall, the superior car brand will be the one that makes models that are most suited to your purpose. If you want luxury comfort, aim for Audi. If you want an exciting driving experience, BMW is the perfect option. For more information on these luxury brands, read up on how much is an Audi A4.
Both Audi and BMW are known for their luxury vehicles, but Audi comes out as the superior brand for earning its trust in providing the best features for the greatest value.Which one is better Audi or BMW? ›
When it comes to performance, BMW's reputation is superior to Audi's. Yes, Audi's perform well, but BMW practically invented the sport sedan about 50 years ago. And its M3 and M5 models are global performance legends.Do you have to pay for Audi MMI? ›
You'll need a paid subscription to access this, but if you have one, Audi's Connect online services will offer a number of features. Streaming music is one of these, with Apple Music added to some cars with Audi Connect in May 2022.Can I get myAudi dealer to update my MMI? ›
To update the MMI software, you'll have to take it to an official Audi dealer and have them do it for you. To update the navigation maps, here's what you should do: Download the update package onto an SD card from My.Audi.com.How can I update myAudi MMI for free? ›
What can I do? If there is no update online for your Audi, you can use an SD card to update your navigation. The map update service and www.audi.com/myaudi allow you to download new maps to a 32 GB SD card. Then insert the SD card into the card slot of the MMI and follow the menu under SETUP MMI.Can you start your Audi from your phone? ›
Audi has digitalized the conventional vehicle key and transferred it to the user's smartphone in the form of the Audi connect key. It is used to unlock and lock the car, and authorizes engine start-up.How much is Audi driver assistance package? ›
The 2018 Audi Q5 is available with a driver assistance package for $1,800, which includes: Adaptive cruise control with Traffic jam assist. Active lane assist.Is Sirius 2022 free? ›
SiriusXM is running a Thanksgiving promotion now through December 5th, 2022. Vehicles with SiriusXM satellite radio-capable sound systems can now listen for free.Is Audi data plug free? ›
Enhance your Audi with a FREE Technology Upgrade!
Do you currently drive an Audi model built from 2008* onwards? You could receive a FREE Audi Data Plug that can be fitted at one of our Local Jardine Motors Audi centres.
offer details for Streaming Platinum package: Activate a SiriusXM Streaming Platinum subscription plan and get your first 3 months for $0.00. A credit card is required on this offer. Service will automatically renew thereafter every month.
The role of ADAS is to prevent deaths and injuries by reducing the number of car accidents and the serious impact of those that cannot be avoided. Essential safety-critical ADAS applications include: Pedestrian detection/avoidance. Lane departure warning/correction.How much is Audi connect per month? ›
Starting at $85/month
Includes Satellite Map Imagery, Advanced 3D City View, Predictive Route Guidance, Natural Voice Recognition, Audi Traffic Light Information, and more.
Can you turn off lane assist? Lane assist can be turned off, but for safety reasons it will always default back on again each time you get in your car.Who has the best driver assist technology? ›
Nissan, Volkswagen Driver-Assistance Systems Receive Top Ratings. Leading vehicle safety organization Euro NCAP has rated the Level 2 driver assistance systems of four new cars – and there was good news for Nissan and Volkswagen as their Qashqai and ID.Which SUV has best driver assist features? ›
- 2021 Subaru Outback. The 2021 Subaru Outback is one of our favorite affordable suvs. ...
- 2021 Tesla Model Y. ...
- 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E. ...
- 2021 Cadillac Escalade. ...
- 2021 BMW X5. ...
- 2021 Kia Telluride. ...
- 2021 Nissan Rogue. ...
- 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV.
This feature can be turned on or off using the Lane Keep Assist button that looks like a vehicle between two spotted lines. Safety or driver assistance features are no substitute for the driver's responsibility to operate the vehicle in a safe manner.Which is advanced driver assistance systems? ›
Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) are electronic systems in a vehicle that use advanced technologies to assist the driver. They can include many active safety features, and often the terms “ADAS” and “active safety” are used interchangeably.What is Level 2 driver assistance? ›
Level 2 - Partial Driving Automation
Level 2 vehicles have advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS) that can take over steering, acceleration, and braking in certain situations.
Audi connect® PRIME: $199 for 6 months/$499 for 18 months. Audi connect® PLUS: Mobile data share $10 a month/unlimited data $25 per month.Is Audi Internet free? ›
To use Audi Connect, you'll need to set up a free myAudi account and purchase an Audi Connect Subscription. This shouldn't be an issue if you're buying or leasing a brand new Audi, as each comes with a 36-month subscription as standard.