The idea is that, through machine learning, the platform will be able to anticipate what you want before you ask. The example Audi gives is one of its cars suggesting a service (think: Indian take-out or maybe a spa day) and booking it for the driver like a personal assistant might.

This also applies to things like music selection and your freeway driving style (average speed and distance from other cars). And because the information is stored in the cloud versus your locally, it can transfer across other vehicles — you won’t have to retrain your AI just because you buy a new ride. Audi Fit is at play here too, working to ensure a less stressful driving experience by suggesting breathing techniques and seat massages, using biofeedback and a wearable device.

Audi has already shown off the A8’s Level 3 autonomous capabilities (conditional, but fully autonomous driving for traffic jams), and it’s using the AIcon and ElAIne as showcases for Level 4 driving. The highway pilot system will take over from the driver on the interstate, automatically change lanes and pass slower drivers.

More than that, Audi dreams of a future where its AI Zone parking spots that you can park at, leave and your car will run errands for you.

“From there, the car drives automatically and unoccupied into a multistory parking garage offering a variety of services, such as a car wash, a package station, a gas station or a charging post,” the press release said. The tech will allow for the car to pick you back up at the AI Zone at a predetermined time, too. It’s also “almost ready” for production.

Audi confirmed to Motor Authority that could be as soon as 2019, for a 2020 ElAIne-like production model.

“This car won’t be coming to the US, but something much like it will,” Audi of America’s CEO Scott Keogh told the publication. “You can see it in the shapes that we have already with the A7 fastback and others like it, so what I would expect is something like this will be coming, and soon.”