The new Audi S 3, S4, S5, and S6 all have a lot in common.
They all have big screens and good sound, but they also come with a host of other features that are hard to pin down on a single car.
Let’s take a look at how to use each car’s main screen, navigation, and infotainment to find the perfect setup for your needs.1.
Navigation The Audi S5 has a navigation system that lets you navigate the car using the touchscreen.
But if you’re in a hurry, you can use your voice to get you to where you need to go.
You can do this by simply pressing the center button, and pressing the “Navigate” button on the bottom-right of the screen.
You’ll be asked for your destination and your destination’s speed, direction, and more.
For the most part, you won’t need to use the navigation system to navigate the S5.
It works well enough for most of our tasks.2.
Navigation with SiriThe S5 offers an optional Siri Remote app, which lets you send directions and commands to the car while it’s driving.
Siri is designed to help you get where you want to go in less than five minutes, and it will do this automatically.
Simply use the Siri Remote to enter your destination address, and the car will give you directions for that route.
This feature is especially useful when traveling through major cities, such as Los Angeles or New York City, and is a big plus for the S4.
The S5 also has an optional voice-controlled navigation system called Audi S4 Assist.
It will let you use the voice controls to guide you through an app or website while you’re driving.3.
Navigation using Voice AssistantOn the S6, the Audi S6+ has an all-new voice-activated navigation system.
It’s built into the steering wheel, and when you speak to it, the navigation systems voice assistant will tell you how fast to go and what to do.
If you’re using the S3, you’ll need to enable it using the voice assistant in the Audi menu.
It may also ask you questions.
The voice assistant also includes navigation suggestions that will let the system know what you’re looking for.
The navigation system works well for most driving situations, but there are some times when you may want to turn off the navigation and let the car drive itself.
For these times, you’re able to turn it back on and use the Audi voice assistant to take control of the car.4.
Navigation in the car’s menuThe navigation system in the navigation app on the S7 can be used to navigate to different apps in the iPhone’s menu bar, like apps like Yelp or Google Maps.
But the S8 has the ability to automatically switch to navigation in the main menu of the phone’s app.
If your navigation system has an on-screen navigation button, it’ll also be able to switch to that on the phone.
In the navigation menu, you should also see an option to switch the car to a navigation app, like Google Maps or Yelp.
This option will allow you to use Google Maps in the Navigation app, but you’ll also need to set up an Apple ID, so you can make the phone speak the Siri app.5.
Navigation on the carS6+S6S6 has a much better navigation system than the S9.
When you activate the navigation feature, the car navigates automatically.
This means that if you want the car not to use its GPS, you have to disable the feature manually.
However, if you don’t want the navigation to use GPS, there’s an option in the settings menu to disable GPS altogether.
It also allows you to turn the car off navigation.6.
Navigation options in the S-LineThe navigation options in your navigation menu on the new S6 include:Drive Mode: This is the most basic of navigation options.
You simply choose a route to take, select a destination, and then choose your destination.
It takes a few seconds to decide which route to use.
It can be a bit of a hassle, especially if you haven’t gotten your bearings on the city and want to figure out what to expect.
When the car has chosen a route, it will tell the driver that it has reached its destination.
You may want a better idea of what to see and do before heading out on the road.
Drive Time: This will show you how long it took for the car in the driving mode to arrive at the destination, or how long the driver has to wait before you get a chance to stop.
The more you’re used to the navigation on the vehicle, the more accurate the results will be.