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Auto Shows Lamborghini Huracan Evo gets Amazon Alexa tech at CES 2020

17:25  06 january  2020
17:25  06 january  2020 Source:   autoblog.com

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Lamborghini stitched Amazon 's voice assistant directly into the Huracan Evo 's infotainment system to achieve seamless integration. The first Amazon Alexa -equipped Lamborghini model made its debut during CES 2020 , and it is due in showrooms by the end of the year.

Automobili Lamborghini is bringing Alexa to its Huracán Evo , and buzzy EV startup Rivian will Alexa is going ultra-luxury and fully electric. Amazon announced that its popular voice assistant will be Once activated, drivers can use Alexa to get navigation information, play music or podcasts, or

In-car technology is a must, Lamborghini development boss Maurizio Reggiani told Autoblog as he unveiled the Huracán Evo's touchscreen-based infotainment system in 2019. Amazon Alexa integration announced at CES 2020 is the next part of the march towards supercars that are as smart and connected as they are quick.

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By programming the voice assistant directly into the native infotainment system, rather than adding it as a third-party app, Lamborghini claims it achieved seamless integration that lets drivers control an extensive list of functions in the car, and in their home. If your butt is cold, you can ask Alexa to turn on the heated seats. You can also make calls, turn the map lights on or off, get directions, check the weather at your destination, and set the A/C, among other things. And, because Alexa speaks to connected devices, you can raise the temperature in your living room while doing hot laps at Watkins Glen, or turn on the porch lights as you pass a Porsche. The catch is that Alexa goes on strike if the Huracán isn't connected to the internet.

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Lamborghini and Amazon plan to deepen their cooperation in the coming years, though they didn't reveal precisely what they're hoping to achieve. They could teach Alexa new functions, but don't expect the Italian brand to release a car with an entirely button-free cabin in the near future. The driver still has to manually switch between the driving modes, for example, and the ignition button remains under a fighter jet-like red flap positioned on the slanted center console.

Amazon Alexa will be available across the entire Huracán Evo range — which will grow to include a rear-wheel drive model developed to replace the 580-2 — by the end of 2020. Lamborghini told Autoblog it hasn't decided whether the feature will be standard or optional yet.

Lamborghini Huracan Evo gets Amazon Alexa tech at CES 2020 originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 6 Jan 2020

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