Huracán EVO receives voice commands via Alexa
Huracán EVO receives voice commands via Alexa

Amazon has taken the automotive industry to the next level by integrating its Alexa voice assistant into Lamborghini's Huracán EVO.

A Lamborghini Huracán EVO owner can ask questions or control the home remotely, while the Amazon Assistant has the function of controlling the vehicle settings hands-free.

The partnership was originally announced last year when Amazon was promoting the automotive business, but the integration was outside the capabilities of regular Alexa.

Alexa integration allows users to control air conditioning and comfort settings including air conditioning, heating, fan speed, temperature, heated seats, defroster, airflow direction, and lighting.

Alexa can also display a screen that displays vehicle torque control and traction control. The assistant has special capabilities for interacting with smart home devices, playing music and podcasts, and navigating in the car.

The Lamborghini Hurorgán EVO can be physically controlled via the steering wheel and driver's door. However, most vehicle functions are changed via the center console display.

If you give Alexa more control over the car itself, you can reduce your search and click time in menus and focus more on the road, which could be safer and more comfortable.

The automotive industry continues to convert commands such as buttons and dials to fully touchscreens.

Amazon has tried to use Echo Auto to make the transition easier. However, the accessory works better as a simple Bluetooth speaker and adapter and is not suitable for tasks requiring location or location knowledge. Stable cellular connections.

Incorporating the Huracán EVO into Alexa and all the benefits of Real Vehicle Control over the network could be a better version of this idea.

The new Huracán EVO is expected to offer integration benefits, but Lamborghini has said it can update all existing Huracán EVO customers to receive Alexa support for free.

According to reports, Amazon and Lamborghini are not the only automakers and tech teams solving small car software problems.

Volvo's Polestar 2 was released in 2020 and contains Android Auto and Google Assistant, which can be used to control settings such as air conditioning, which is not part of the older version of Android Auto, in a similar way.


 

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