Fighting for the green light before the green light turns red may soon become the past of millions of drivers.
The new technology will enable traffic lights to "talk" with cars and tell drivers how long they have before the lights change color.
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The enabled car will request information from the computer that controls the local traffic lights.
The computer can tell the driver when the traffic lights will change through the countdown on the dashboard.
Later this fall, Audi car owners will be able to get this innovation on models manufactured after June.
It will be first launched in the United States and then promoted to other countries, including the United Kingdom.
Drivers will need to subscribe to Audi's Connect Prime, which connects their cars to the Internet and costs £ 300 a year.
Other automakers are believed to be working on similar technologies.
This technology is the first step in "vehicle-to-infrastructure" communications.
In the next few years, vehicles will send information to computers, which will be used by computers to improve traffic flow and ease congestion.
The technology will soon be tested on Britain's first "connected corridor.
The 15 million-kilometer road between London and Dover will have wi-
Transfer the traffic information directly to the car.
The highway authority will also test sensors to help target road works by providing information on tunnel, bridge and road conditions.