SEAT's wireless Full Link allows users to connect their mobile devices to the vehicle’s infotainment system wirelessly and bring their digital eco-system into the vehicle. Contact lists, music, podcasts, and mapping systems are all available, and can be accessed in a controlled, intuitive, safe manner that won’t distract drivers from the road, using either the infotainment system or the integrated steering wheel controls.
The Wireless Full Link system enables customers to access their digital lives no matter what device they use through Apple CarPlay or Android Auto using a wireless connection based on WLAN. If preferred, a cabled connection is also possible.
The technology delivers all the relevant functionality to the user through the infotainment system, maintaining the intuitiveness and usability whether controlled through the touchscreen or steering wheel controls. The Wireless Full Link technology is now available for the SEAT Ibiza, Arona, Leon, Ateca, and Tarraco.
With vehicles that include the optional connectivity box with inductive charging that meets Qi standard protocols, users don’t need to worry about losing battery at crucial moments, meaning SEAT’s line-up of vehicles is always connected.
In addition to the Wireless Full Link, SEAT’s range is fully connected with in-car and out-car connectivity, including SEAT Connect and natural voice recognition “Hola Hola.”
The eco-system will expand with online services, bringing an even greater breadth of functionality and usability to the SEAT range of vehicles. The connected experience doesn’t end once out of the vehicle: users can access their vehicle’s data remotely thanks to the SEAT CONNECT app, and also manage the charging process and control the air conditioning remotely for plug-in hybrid variants in the line-up (SEAT Leon e-Hybrid and Tarraco e-Hybrid), among others.
The activation of SEAT Connect upgrades the optional navigation system with features such as online traffic information with maps always updated, live radio stations worldwide, and online music streaming.
Originally posted on Global Fleet Management