Audi's S5 is lined up for new LED rear lights as well as a 3G Multi Media Interface (MMI) with 3D viewing and a big hard disk drive.
The Audi S5 continues to be updated. First with the new 245kW / 333hp 3.0-litre supercharged engine coming for 2009, and soon it will feature LED tail lights (December production start) and the option of a new third generation MMI system. The rear lights, through the use of light-emitting diodes (LED) have changed their look from what could have been described as ordinary into something more elegant. Reverse light has swapped places with brake lights, and now falls lower on the cluster rung.
For its infotainment purposes, the Audi S5 will have the third generation MMI system with the latest multimedia interface. It features faster graphics, a large hard disk drive for storage of music files etc, and a topographical or 3D representation of images, as well as a small cursor that goes with the hurdy wheel/ switch.
MMI III is available for the A8, Q5 and facelifted A6. A5 can also get 3G MMI, but it only gets LED lights if it turns into an S5.