Audi Mileage Tracker App

In an entirely German move Audi launched a free app that tracks each journey using GPS mapping and precisely calculates business expense incurred.

The goal of this app is to make business travel a little less taxing by tracking journeys via GPS and precisely calculating the business expense they generate. The word precise is precisely important here! Bet the Italians would never use such a thing, and is probably why they are almost bankrupt.

Available from iTunes, the Audi Mileage Tracker app enables business users to enter the amount normally claimed per mile or kilometre, and to apply this to a particular journey, which is logged in real time using GPS mapping. At the end of the journey the exact amount owed as a business expense is recorded and can be downloaded or emailed or whatever.


Audi press release:

Drivers can programme the app with journeys they take regularly and recall them from the journey log, or use the start/stop function each time they leave the office. The app can even point them in the direction of their nearest Audi Centre if they need expert assistance. As the exact route taken is tracked, regardless of diversions due to roadworks or congestion, the calculation provided is always absolutely accurate.

In 2011 Audi recorded its best ever worldwide result of 1,302,650 sales, a 19 per cent improvement over 2010. In the UK, 113,703 Audi models found homes last year, a 14 per cent increase on 2010.  To sustain the technological lead embodied in its Vorsprung durch Technik slogan, the brand plans to invest €13 billion, mainly in new products, between 2011 and 2015.  By this point, its range will have expanded from today’s 39 models to a total of 42. Recent additions, including the A1 Sportback, the all-new A3 and the new generation A4 and A5 ranges, will be joined imminently by, among others, the RS 4 Avant, the A6 allroad and the R8 e-tron, the first fully electric series-production Audi model. On the race circuit, Audi has competed in the Le Mans 24 Hour sportscar endurance race 14 times since 1999, achieving a podium finish on all of these occasions as well as outright victory 11 times. In 2012, Audi made history at Le Mans by winning with pioneering hybrid diesel technology used in the Audi R18 e-tron quattro.

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