Save the date: World premiere of the Audi A5 Coupé* by live stream

Audi is broadcasting the world premiere of the new Audi A5 Coupé live by satellite and over the Internet. The presentation of the newest Coupé of Audi in front of approximately 1,000 guests will be accompanied by a light show.

World premiere of the new Audi A5 Coupé
Thursday, June 2, 2016
09:15 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. (CEST)
Audi Forum Ingolstadt

The event will be broadcasted

  • by satellite in TV quality: details in the following table
  • on
  • in the Audi MediaCenter:
  • on Audi MediaTV: German and English.
    There  is a link to be found to embed the live stream on other websites.
  • by SmartTV through the Audi MediaTV-App

* This car is not yet on sale. It has not yet been homologated and is therefore not subject to the 1999/94/EG guideline.

Audi connect SIM – online without borders

The Audi connect SIM is a permanently installed SIM card, known as an embedded SIM or eSIM, which customers in Europe will receive in combination with the optional Audi connect equipment package. This transforms the car into a mobile communication center. The SIM card brings Audi connect services on board via an LTE/UMTS module with a download speed of up to 100 MBit/s. Services include navigation with Google Earth and Google Street View, travel, traffic and parking information. In addition, drivers can access their Twitter and e-mail accounts and their smartphone’s calendar. The new SIM card contains an unlimited data volume for using these services. Another advantage: In most European countries, the Audi connect SIM automatically accesses the provider for each specific country, as needed. This eliminates high, country-specific roaming charges and inconvenient roaming confirmations for the customer.

Customers can also purchase additional data packages for the Wi-Fi hotspot, independent of the integrated Audi connect services. This is a component of the optional navigation systems. It allows all passengers to surf the internet at attractive rates with up to eight mobile devices. If a customer selects a European data package, the data transfer also automatically works accordingly when crossing an international border – and thus when changing internet provider – at fixed prices.

Customers can reach the online shop of our partner Cubic Telecom through their myAudi account. After a once-only registration, they can obtain the data package for the Wi-Fi hotspot from this shop. Once the required access is granted in the online shop, data packages can be quickly and conveniently purchased directly through the MMI system in the car. Customers may also continue to use their own SIM card in the car and establish Wi-Fi internet access through their own cellular provider. In this case, the data volume used by Audi connect services will also be charged to the customer’s SIM card and the Audi connect SIM temporarily deactivated.

With the new SIM card, access to the use of Audi connect services is granted when the car is purchased – and in combination MMI Navigation plus, is free for three years (depending on the model). With MMI Navigation, use is included for three months or, for an additional fee, for three years. After this, customers can ask their Audi service partner to extend access for a fee.

The Audi connect SIM is used in all new models that include the second generation of the modular infotainment platform. These are currently the Audi A3, the A4, the new A5, the Audi Q2 and the Q7. Other model series will follow. The Audi TT, the R8, the A6 and the A7 are currently excluded from this new offer.

The offer is the first result of a collaboration between Audi and the Irish company Cubic Telecom, a leading supplier of seamless worldwide connectivity solutions.