Audi brings virtual reality to the driver’s seat

According to documents filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the automaker is looking at integrated virtual reality systems that “could be used in the future” […] for presenting different products, especially in the sales process.”

So before we all jump on our high horses, Audi has no intention of making virtual reality a part of the driving experience. Instead, the Ingolstadt-based automaker aims to provide a realistic picture of what a new car could look like. This way you get a clear idea of ​​what red leather would look like in a black car. You could see what adding carbon fiber trim would look like instead of aluminum, and you could get a sense of what it would be like to drive the car in the real world.

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