As the flagship audio system available in Audi vehicles, the Bang & Olufsen® Advanced Sound System has a wealth of features and custom adjustments including tone, surround level, sound focusing, and DSP. This video will help you learn how to configure the system for the effect you desire.
Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children (LATCH) is a national standard mandating the location of attachment points—two lower anchors and a top tether—to ensure that virtually all modern child seats can be easily secured in the rear seat of a vehicle. Contact your dealer for more information, or for in-person assistance with setting up the LATCH system in your Audi.
LATCH is an acronym which stands for "Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren". For LATCH information, please visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA.gov) website.
Audi offers its authorized dealers a training program specifically tailored to the LATCH system. Please contact your local authorized Audi dealer to determine if they are certified, and if so, schedule an inspection.
If you are not sure if your accessory is compatible with your vehicle, please contact the parts department of your local authorized Audi dealer, as accessory compatibility can vary by model year, model type, and vehicle package.
Audi of America's Audi collection ships within the United States and its territories. If you are seeking Audi collection merchandise, please visit your country's collection website for more information.
All Genuine Audi accessories sold by your local authorized Audi dealer are Audi approved authorized. Audi of America does not divulge materials, supplier or vendor information for its authorized accessories.
Due to Audi safety systems seat covers are not offered as an authorized Audi accessory. See owner's manual for more information.
For information on this topic, please review the Infotainment Manual for your vehicle.
For information on this topic, please review the Owner's Manual for your vehicle.
For more information on this topic, please review your Owner's Manual for specific instructions and information for your vehicle.
Homelink® is a three-button system used to control garage doors, gates, and lights in your home. HomeLink can be programmed with up to three radio frequency codes for most current transmitters.
To program HomeLink, turn the ignition on, but do not start the engine. Press and hold outside two buttons until the LED flashes, then press and hold the button you would like to program until the LED flashes slowly. Now exit the vehicle and point the remote control at the front grille of the vehicle or front driver side bumper, hold the remote control at a distance up to 12 inches from bumper. When it has successfully completed setup, the emergency flashers will flash.
Please view the Homelink® tutorial for more information.*
For garage doors using "rolling" transmitter codes, please review the operating instructions for your garage door opener.
For information on this topic, please review your Owner's Manual for specific instructions and information for your vehicle.
*The information within the Tutorials must be used in conjunction with the information in the Audi owner's manuals. Please refer to the owner's manual for all information and warnings. By using the site, you acknowledge that you are aware of the warnings and information that must be read within the owner's manual and will use this information to augment that material.