Following in the footsteps of Ford’s Alan Mulally, who spoke at CES this year and will be speaking again next year, Audi Chairman of the Board Rupert Stadler will take the stage at CES 2011 to give a talk.
The Consumer Electronics Show, which takes place in Las Vegas, is usually reserved by tech companies from Silicon Valley and Japan, but Audi Parts Los Angeles said that more automakers are also looking to use the show to show off their innovative consumer technology. Ford made a big splash last year to highlight its its latest updates to SYNC. But this year, Audi will be attending, marking the first time a premium brand has had an exhibit at the Electric Vehicle Techzone.
“Audi is setting standards in the areas of electric mobility, connectivity and infotainment,” says Rupert Stadler. “I am pleased to have been invited to Las Vegas and to have the opportunity to present the holistic approach and the expertise of our company to those visiting the show.”
Car Dealerships In Bremerton WA agree that Audi has quite the arsenal of tech goodies in store for future models. From in-car Wi-Fi connectivity to its own range of advanced iPhone-like applications, Audi is hoping to be a powerhouse when it comes to automotive tech, and having a presence at CES is a good place to build that reputation.
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