Alexa* is Amazon’s voice service, powered by Artificial Intelligence. And now SEAT has implemented Alexa in its cars**. Need to get somewhere? Ask Amazon Alexa and she’ll set your SEAT Navi System to drive you there. Need to remember something? Just let her know and she’ll remind you later.
*Amazon, Alexa and all related logos are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.
**Amazon Alexa is available in the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain and France.
If you own an Android device, simply download the “SEAT Media Control with Amazon Alexa” app from the Google Play Store. To set up the app on your SEAT Leon or Ateca vehicle, use your Navi System Plus produced from June 2017 or later. Apart from this, you can set up the app on your SEAT Leon and Ateca with Navi System, Tarraco with Navi System and Navi System +, as well as Ibiza and Arona with Navi System + WLAN option, all produced from August 2018 on.
First, check if your SEAT vehicle is equipped with WLAN and Bluetooth technology. Simply go to “Infotainment Systems” in the Settings menu and make sure both WLAN and Bluetooth functionalities appear.
Next, open the app and follow the step-by-step tutorial.
You can check the compatibility of your SEAT vehicle and smart device here.
Unfortunately, “SEAT Media Control with Amazon Alexa” is only available for Android devices at this moment.
No, both options are still available. Simply choose your preference when setting up the app. You can change your selection at any time via the Settings menu in the app.
If you are driving from one country to another, you may find that some functions of Alexa are not supported in certain regions and in certain languages.
Depending of your choice in the Settings menu of the app, you can invoke Alexa via the steering wheel either by pressing the Push-To-Talk button or by double pressing the mute button.
Passengers can also invoke Alexa by tapping the Alexa button directly in the app.
No, Alexa is only active when you ask her something.
No, “SEAT Media Control with Amazon Alexa” app is only available when connected to your car.
Yes, simply uninstall the “SEAT Media Control with Amazon Alexa” app from your device. Alexa will be removed from your SEAT automatically.
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