Five Audi Advanced Key Lessons From The Professionals

Author : Ellegaard Tanner | Published On : 16 May 2024

What is the Audi Advanced Key?

Audi is a firm believer in comfort and convenience. That's why all new models that we have in our showroom have keyless entry and starting. This allows you to start your car and begin driving, all while keeping your key fob in your pocket or purse.

The system is controlled by proximity sensors in the trunks, doors and key fobs. Here are a few points you need to know about Audi Advanced Key.

1. Proximity Detection

An Audi with proximity detection enables you to start and enter your vehicle without having to pull the key from your purse or pocket. This access and authorization system works by enabling a data exchange between the convenience key and your vehicle that allows you to unlock the trunk and doors and even activate the engine with just a click on your key.

A sound-based sensor is also referred to as a capacitive sensor, detects the presence of objects around by using an acoustic signal. The sensors use an oscillator to create the signal, which is transmitted through the air and picked up by a microphone, which converts it into an audio file. The audio files are examined to determine their similarity and proximity. When they are close to each other, the system will send a wake-up signal to the key. It will also send an ID signal that matches the vehicle.

The first step toward a more convenient driving environment is proximity detection. The Audi advanced key has remote start, which allows you the ability to start your car from outside the range of your key's FOB. This can be useful when you're taking groceries out of the trunk, placing children in their seats or packing for an family trip.

Audi pre sense basic is a safety feature that allows you to avoid accidents by taking action prior to the collision happens. It combines the data of different systems, including the front camera and radar sensors from Audi side assist to determine the likelihood of a collision and alert drivers. It also triggers automatic braking at speeds up to 250 km/h (155.3) and notify the driver by displaying messages in the virtual cockpit and head-up display.

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2. Authentication

The Audi advanced key system communicates directly with the car's sensors when you press the lock button on your key fob. This sends a confirmation code to the computer in the car that confirms it's a valid fob. official source against unauthorized access to the vehicle without the proper key fob.

The key fob can also be used to start the car from the pocket or purse. The Audi advanced key system makes use of proximity sensors on the doors and the lid of the trunk together with an electronic radio-frequency generator inside the key fob. The sensors open the doors when the key fob is in close proximity to the vehicle (about five feet). When you open the trunk, or use the door handle the vehicle detects the key and begins the motor.

You can also use the key fob to trigger the push-button feature of your vehicle. If the key fob is in of your pocket or purse it is possible to press the Start/Stop button in the center console to start the engine. The car's sensors verify the authenticity of the key fob and when it's confirmed the engine will begin.

The Audi advanced key system has a keyless entry feature that lets you open your vehicle doors by simply pressing the handle of the exterior door. This makes it incredibly practical when your hands are full or wearing gloves, for instance when you're bringing groceries or children in the car. The system also includes a trunk release button, which allows you to unlock the trunk by the kick gesture, a useful feature when you have a lot on your hands.

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3. Keyless Entry

A keyless entry system can be a huge option when you're carrying children, groceries or other equipment. You can unlock your car by pressing a button, or a sensor on the door handle (some models come with the technology built right into the lock). The key fob can also activate the sensors inside the vehicle when you are carrying it. This informs the vehicle that you are in the vicinity and your hand is pressing a button. This will stop any unauthorized use of the vehicle by ensuring only you can unlock its doors.

Keyless entry systems often allow you to remotely start your vehicle without a physical key. This is achieved by with sensors that are mounted in the trunk, the tailgate, and sometimes even in the doors of the vehicle. These sensors will turn on the engine of the vehicle and then unlock the doors when the fob is within the distance of the car, typically around 5 feet. You can then press a button to begin your car. This is a great method to get your car warm and toasty before you leave for work in the morning or when it's cold outside.

Some of the most advanced keyless entry systems don't require a fob. These vehicles can be opened and unlocked with a smartphone application. This is an excellent option for business owners or families who wish to give their employees easy access to their company vehicles. Certain keyless entry systems can even keep track of the driver's preferred seat position or cabin temperature. This could save you lots of time when you pull up to a parking lot.

One of the most advanced keyless entry systems comes with a rear hatch function which is activated by just a simple touch of your foot. This will close and secure the cargo area automatically. You'll find this technology in many Audi automobiles and, depending on the model, it might be an option that is standard or a paid upgrade. These systems are not 100% secure, and they can be bypassed by thieves with a little technical knowledge.

4. Push-Button Start

Audi is, unlike other vehicle brands that offer remote starting in the factory, does not do so. Audi offers an alternative that has similar features to remote start, dubbed the Audi Advanced Key.

This feature is not an automatic remote start system, but it's a great choice for drivers who want to start their car without having to insert a key. This feature lets you unlock the doors of your Audi A4 or start the car by pressing a single button. This button is located in the same place you typically find the ignition in a conventional vehicle.

You will need your key fob and to be within 5 feet of the vehicle to activate this feature. Sensors in the door handles or in the trunk will be activated once you and your key fob are within five feet of the vehicle. If you have the right code and a clear signal, the car will be able to lock or start the vehicle.

By pressing the button, you can effortlessly connect your Audi A4 and begin driving without the need to look around in your pockets or purse for the keys. This feature is ideal for those who park their vehicles often. It is also beneficial for those who want to warm up their car quickly to get on the road.

Once you are in your car, the system continues to communicate with your key fob. This is done using encrypted signals to protect against hacking. You can also use the Keyless Go Card as a backup. It's a credit card sized card that can be used to unlock the vehicle in case your key fob malfunctions or is lost.

If your car is equipped with the Audi Advanced Key and you have trouble getting it to start, there could be an issue with the key or vehicle. This is something your local Audi dealer can assist with. The user manual contains instructions that can be used to fix your keys and your vehicle.