Audi A4 Owners & Service Manuals

Audi A4: Lap timer


Applies to: vehicles with lap timer

You can record and evaluate lap times with the lap timer. You can operate the lap timer using the multifunction steering wheel.

Opening the lap timer

  • Select in the instrument cluster: Vehicle functions tab > button > Lap times.

An additional indicator will appear in the head-up display".


Your focus should always be on driving your vehicle safely. As the driver, you have complete responsibility for safety in traffic. To reduce the risk of an accident, only use the lap timer functions in such a way that you always maintain complete control over your vehicle in all traffic situations.


You can retrieve information from the trip computer while the lap timer stopwatch is running.

Lap times and timing

Applies to: vehicles with lap timer

Requirement: the lap timer must be open.

Timing laps

  • To start timing manually, select Start lap 1 in the menu.
  • To start timing automatically as soon as you begin to drive, select Start lap 1 by driving off or Start by driving off in the menu.
  • To start timing a new lap after driving a lap, select New lap in the menu. This starts timing the next lap at the same time.

After completing a lap, the difference between the last lap and the previous best lap time will be indicated with a "-" or "+".

Pausing timing and displaying a split time

  • To insert a pause select Pause in the menu.
  • To resume timing, select Resume in the menu.
  • To display a split time, select Split time in the menu. The split time appears for approximately ten seconds in the instrument cluster.

    The current lap timing will continue running.

Canceling lap timing

The timing of the current lap will stop. The lap time will be erased and will not be included in the statistics.

  • Select Cancel lap in the menu.

Resetting the time

  • Select Reset lap times in the menu.


  • A maximum of 99 lap times can be measured.
  • If timing is paused, you can continue it later even if you switch the ignition off.
  • Saved lap times cannot be individually deleted from the total results.
  • The saved lap timer values will remain after switching the ignition off.

Lap statistics

Applies to: vehicles with lap timer

Displaying lap statistics

You can display the number of laps driven the fastest lap "+", the slowest lap "-", and the average time "" in the instrument cluster.

  • Select in the instrument cluster: Vehicle functions tab > button > Lap statistics.
  • Turn the thumbwheel down or up to display the individual lap times.
  • To return to the lap timing that was started, select the button > Lap times.

Resetting lap statistics

Requirement: the lap statistics menu must be displayed.

  • To reset the lap statistics, press and hold the left thumbwheel until the message No lap times have been recorded yet. appears.


The lap statistics list the lap times for the last 30 laps. The fastest and slowest lap times out of up to 99 measured laps are also displayed.

Integrated Toll Module


Applies to: vehicles with Integrated Toll Module

Depending on the region, you can pay toll fees in certain countries using the Integrated Toll Module (ITM). It replaces a separate transponder for detecting toll fees. The system electronics are integrated in the rearview mirror housing.

To use the ITM in toll zones, you must register and activate it.


  • Applies to: MMI: Select on the home screen: VEHICLE > Settings & Service > Integrated Toll Module.
  • Note the Integrated Toll Module ID.
  • To register the ITM, go to the displayed web address and follow the instructions.


  • To activate the ITM, press in the MMI.

Entering the number of passengers

Depending on the number of passengers and the region, a lower toll fee may be charged. You must either enter the number of passengers or deactivate the ITM based on the laws applicable in the area where you are driving.

  • To enter the number of passengers, select the appropriate button in the MMI.
  • To deactivate the ITM, press in the MMI.


  • The driver is responsible for specifying the correct number of passengers and activating or deactivating the ITM.
  • Malfunctions can occur when detecting tolls if both the ITM and transponder are activated.

    Deactivate the system not being used or remove it as necessary.

  • Ifa rearview mirror is replaced, you must register the new ITM and remove the old ITM from the account.
  • The system complies with United States FCC regulations and ISED regulations.


Applies to: vehicles with Integrated Toll Module

The selected number of passengers is displayed in the MMI status bar.

The symbol in the status bar and a notification in the MMI will indicate if there is a faulty connection between the ITM and the MMI or if the ITM is faulty. If the connection interference continues or the ITM is faulty, drive immediately to an authorized Audi dealer or authorized Audi Service Facility.


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