SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Drivers of upcoming Audi vehicles could soon know how long they will be waiting for a red light to turn green.

According to Automotive News, select 2017 Q7 SUVs along with A4 sedans built after June will be equipped with so-called “vehicle-to-infrastructure” or “V-to-I” technology.

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V-to-I allows traffic signals and other infrastructure to exchange safety and operational data to vehicles wirelessly.

“This is designed not as a safety feature but a comfort and convenience feature,” Pom Malhotra, general manager of the automaker’s connected vehicles division told the publication.

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According to a video posted by the automaker, Audi is partnering with cities to receive data from traffic lights, which will be sent to equipped vehicles. A display will show drivers in those vehicles how long they will wait at a red light.

In the future, Audi executives said V-to-I technology could be used for a host of new features. With the technology, traffic light information could tell drivers to go at a certain speed to match the flow of the lights. The technology could eventually be linked to a car’s navigation system or stop start functions.

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Audi said the feature could be available to drivers in several cities later this year, but the automaker did not specify which cities will have the feature first.