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Count OE parts supplier Bosch as the latest creator of an iPhone based performance meter app with the launch of their Light 'Em Up Dyno. The app itself is free though limited to measuring 0-60 mph runs unless you opt to spend $4.99 which unlocks other measurements such as hp, lateral Gs, acceleration Gs and braking Gs.
The app features push features that allow you to share your runs on Facebook and Twitter and
The Financial Times is reporting today that Audi board member Pter Schwarzenbauer recently commented about the upcoming Audi A2 and a likely 'app store' that would go along with it. According to FT, the A2 is aimed at consumers who dwell in large cities over 5-million people. The mentioned app store that supports the A2 would be an online entity where owners of the car can download apps from their own home and allow them to customize the
EVO Magazine has created a new Audi Guide to Le Mans app for iPhone and it would appear it's got Audi's backing based on the brand's prominent placement with ads, reviews, etc. App features latest news, driver bios, team info, and news all broken down by either Audi focused or general (so it's not just for Audi enthusiasts). Interestingly, Team Kolles and their R10 TDIs fall under 'other'. Other features include Audi road test
You'd think with the seemingly limitless number of television channels and stations on Satellite Radio that car enthusiasts looking for coverage of series in other markets like Europe and Japan would have no problem monitoring most races much less iconic ones like the 24 Hours of Nurburgring. Alas, Americans still can't via TV or radio but the internet and various devices using it make no such barriers and we're