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Air conditioning

mud and other objects. The exhaust fumes
must be able to exit freely. The emissions
generated by the auxiliary heater are re-
moved via an exhaust pipe fitted underneath
the vehicle.

On heating the vehicle interior, depending on
the outside temperature, the warm air is first
directed at the windscreen and then to the
rest of the vehicle interior through the air
vents. Directing the diffusers – towards the
windows for example – can affect air distribu-
tion.

Depending on the outside temperature, the
temperature at which the auxiliary heater
warms the vehicle interior may be somewhat
higher if the heating or air conditioner tem-
perature control is set to maximum before
switching the heating on.

Depending on the engine, vehicles with auxili-
ary heater may be fitted with a second bat-
tery in the luggage compartment that is re-
sponsible for powering the auxiliary heater.

When the auxiliary heater is not switched
on

The auxiliary heater requires about as

much power as the dipped beam headlights.
If the 12-volt battery charge is too low, the
auxiliary heater switches off automatically
and cannot be switched on. This avoids prob-
lems when starting the engine.

The heating must be activated every time

you want to set off. Similarly, the departure
time must reactivate each time.

The control lamp  

 (fuel level indicator)

lights up.

Note

Noises will be heard while the auxiliary

heater is running.

When the air humidity is high and the in-

side temperature low, condensation from
the heating and ventilating system may
evaporate when the auxiliary heater is
switched on. In this case, steam may be re-
leased from underneath the vehicle. This
does not mean that there is a vehicle mal-
function.

If the vehicle is tilted, e.g. if parked on a

slope, the operation of the auxiliary heater
may be restricted if the fuel tank level is
low (just above the reserve level).

If the auxiliary heater is used a number of

times for a long period of time, the 12-volt
battery will lose its charge. To recharge the
battery, the vehicle must be driven for a
number of kilometres from time to time. As
a guideline: the journey should last approx-
imately as long as the heater was connec-
ted.

At temperatures below +5 °C (+41 °F), the

auxiliary heater may switch itself on auto-
matically when the engine is switched on.
The auxiliary heater is switched off again
after a certain time.

171

Infotainment system

Infotainment system

Introduction

Safety warnings

Safety warnings regarding the Info-
tainment system

Only operate the infotainment system and its
various functions when the traffic situation
really permits this.

WARNING

Before starting the trip, you should famili-

arise yourself with the different infotain-
ment system functions.

High audio volume may represent a dan-

ger to you and to others. Hearing may be
impaired if the volume is too high, even for
short periods of time.

Changes to the Infotainment system set-

tings should be made when the car is stop-
ped, or by a passenger.

WARNING

Current traffic requires maximum attention
from public road users. Distracting the driv-
er in any way can lead to an accident and
cause injuries. Operating the Infotainment

system can distract your attention from the
traffic.

Always drive carefully and responsibly.

Select volume settings that allow you to

hear sounds from outside the vehicle at all
times (e.g. emergency services sirens and
horns).

WARNING

The volume level may suddenly change
when you switch audio source or connect a
new audio source.

Lower the base volume before connect-

ing or switching audio sources.

WARNING

The driving recommendations and traffic
indications shown on the navigation system
may differ from the current traffic situation.

Traffic signs and traffic regulations have

priority over the recommendations and dis-
plays provided by the navigation system.

WARNING

Connecting, inserting or removing a data
medium while driving can distract your at-
tention from the traffic and cause an acci-
dent.

WARNING

Place the connecting cables of external
equipment so that they do not interfere
with the driver’s mobility.

WARNING

External devices that are loose or not prop-
erly secured could move around the pas-
senger compartment during a sharp ma-
noeuvre or accident.

Avoid placing external devices on the

doors, windscreen, steering wheel, dash
panel, the backs of the seats, on top of or
near the area marked “AIRBAG” or between
these areas and the occupants. They could
cause serious injury in an accident, espe-
cially when the airbags inflate.

WARNING

The armrest must always remain closed
during the journey as it could restrict the
driver’s movements.

WARNING

Opening the CD or DVD player can lead to
injuries from invisible laser radiation.

Have CD players repaired only by a

qualified workshop.

172

Introduction

CAUTION

The Infotainment system can be damaged
by the incorrect insertion of a data storage
device or the insertion of an incompatible
data storage device.

When inserting a data storage device,

make sure it is correctly positioned.

Applying force may irreparably damage

the memory card slot locking mechanism.

Only use compatible memory cards.

When inserting and removing CDs, al-

ways hold them at right angles to the front
of the CD drive without tilting so as not to
scratch them.

If a CD is inserted while another is al-

ready in the unit or being ejected, the CD
drive may be damaged. Always wait until
the data medium is completely ejected.

CAUTION

Foreign objects stuck to a CD, or if it is not
round, may damage the player.

Only clean, standard 12-cm CDs should

be used.

Do not affix stickers or other items to
the data medium. Stickers may peel off
and damage the drive.

Do not use printable data media. Prin-
ted labels and coverings may peel off
and damage the CD drive.

Do not insert 8-cm singles or irregularly
shaped CDs.

Do not insert DVD-Plus discs, Dual
Discs or Flip Discs, as these are thicker
than normal CDs.

CAUTION

The vehicle loudspeakers may be dam-
aged if the volume is too high or the sound
is distorted.

Note

For the proper functioning of the Infotain-
ment system it is important that the date
and time set in the vehicle are correct.

173

Infotainment system

Overview of the unit

Media System Colour

Fig. 177 

Overview of the controls. The infotainment

system is available in different versions that may

have different titles and functions of some buttons.

Volume. Off/on 

››› 

page 177

Infotainment buttons:



: Radio Mode (change of band fre-

quency 

››› 

page 194

.



: Media mode (audio sources)

››› 

page 203

.



: Eject the CD 

››› 

page 203

.



: Phone mode 

››› 

page 226

.

1

2



: Mute the sound from the audio

source.



: Menu and system settings

››› 

page 180

.



: Volume and sound settings

››› 

page 181

.

Touchscreen 

››› 

page 178

CD drive 

››› 

page 203

Settings button (search and selection)

››› 

page 177

3

4

5

Slot for memory cards 

››› 

page 210

AUX-IN multimedia socket 

››› 

page 212

.

6

7

174

Introduction

Media System Plus / Navi System

Fig. 178 

Overview of the controls. The infotainment

system is available in different versions that may

have different titles and functions of some buttons

Volume. Off/on 

››› 

page 177

Infotainment buttons:



: Radio Mode (change of band fre-

quency 

››› 

page 194

.



: Media mode (audio sources)

››› 

page 203

.



: Phone mode 

››› 

page 226

.



: Voice control 

››› 

page 183

.



: Mute the sound from the audio

source.



: Eject the CD 

››› 

page 203

.

1

2



: Navigation Mode 

››› 

page 215

.



: Menu and system settings

››› 

page 180

.



: Traffic reports 

››› 

page 222

.



: Volume and sound settings

››› 

page 181

.



: Selection from the main menu

››› 

page 176

.

Touchscreen 

››› 

page 178

CD drive 

››› 

page 203

Settings button (search and selection)

››› 

page 177

3

4

5

Slots for memory cards 

››› 

page 210

Proximity sensor 

››› 

page 180

6

7

175

Infotainment system

Main menus

These menus depend on the equipment in
question.

Radio

 

››› 

page 194

RADIO main menu 

››› 

page 194

RDS radio data services 

››› 

page 195

Digital radio mode 

››› 

page 196

Memory buttons 

››› 

page 197

Save station logos 

››› 

page 197

Select, tune and save stations 

››› 

page 198

SCAN automatic playback 

››› 

page 200

TP traffic information 

››› 

page 200

Setup 

››› 

page 201

Media

 

››› 

page 203

Data and file formats 

››› 

page 204

Playback order 

››› 

page 205

 

››› 

page 205

Change the media source 

››› 

page 207

Change track 

››› 

page 207

Selecting a track from a track list 

››› 

page 208

Insert or remove a CD or DVD 

››› 

page 209

Memory card 

››› 

page 210

External data storage device connected to the USB
port 

››› 

page 211

External audio source connected to the AUX-IN multi-
media socket 

››› 

page 212

External audio source with Bluetooth® 

››› 

page 212

Images 

››› 

page 213

Setup 

››› 

page 214

Navigation

 

››› 

page 215

New destination 

››› 

page 216

Route options 

››› 

page 217

 

››› 

page 218

My destinations 

››› 

page 218

Special destinations (POI) 

››› 

page 220

View 

››› 

page 221

Split screen 

››› 

page 221

Map display 

››› 

page 222

Traffic bulletins and dynamic guide 

››› 

page 222

Import vCards 

››› 

page 223

Navigation with images 

››› 

page 224

Road signs 

››› 

page 224

Route guidance in Demo mode 

››› 

page 224

Setup 

››› 

page 224

Traffic

 

››› 

page 222

Traffic information (TP) 

››› 

page 200

Traffic bulletins and dynamic guide 

››› 

page 222

Telephone

 

››› 

page 226

Bluetooth® 

››› 

page 227

Tethering 

››› 

page 228

Function buttons 

››› 

page 230

Enter number 

››› 

page 232

Agenda 

››› 

page 233

Short messages (SMS) 

››› 

page 235

Call list 

››› 

page 236

Quick dial keys 

››› 

page 237

Setup 

››› 

page 237

Sound

 

››› 

page 181

Full Link

 

››› 

page 186

Requirements 

››› 

page 187

Activation of Full Link 

››› 

page 188

MirrorLink® 

››› 

page 191

Apple CarPlay™ 

››› 

page 189

Android Auto™ 

››› 

page 190

Frequently Asked Questions 

››› 

page 192

Images

 

››› 

page 213

Setup

 

››› 

page 180

176

Introduction

General instructions for use

Introduction

If the setup is changed, this may change the
display on the screen and the Infotainment
system may behave in a manner different to
that described in this manual.

Note

Just press a button or the screen to use

the infotainment system's functions.

The equipment’s software depends on

the market in question, so it is possible that
not all of the function buttons or described
functions are available. The equipment is
not faulty if a function button is missing.

Due to country-specific legislation, cer-

tain functions may not be available on the
screen when the vehicle is travelling above
a certain speed.

Using a mobile telephone inside the vehi-

cle may provoke noise in the speakers.

Restrictions on the use of devices using

Bluetooth® technology may apply in some
countries. For further information, contact
the local authorities.

On vehicles with ParkPilot, the audio vol-

ume is automatically lowered when reverse
gear is selected. The volume can be low-
ered in the menu 

Sound > Volume

.

Rotary push buttons and infotain-
ment buttons

Rotary/push buttons

The left rotary push button 

 is the on/off

button if pressed and the volume knob if
turned.

The right rotary pushbutton is the search but-
ton if turned and the selection button if press-
ed.

Infotainment buttons

The buttons on the unit are shown in this
manual with the word “infotainment button”
and their function within a rectangle, for ex-
ample, the infotainment button 



.

The Infotainment buttons are used by 

press-

ing them

 or 

pressing and holding

.

Switching on and off

When turned on, the system it starts up with
the volume at which it was turned off, as long
as it does not exceed the preset maximum
start-up volume 

››› 

page 181

.

The unit will switch off automatically when
the key is removed from the ignition or when
the on/off button is pressed (depending on
the equipment fitted or the vehicle). If the In-
fotainment system is switched on again, it will

switch off automatically after approximately
30 minutes (switch-off delay).

Note

The Infotainment system is a part of the

vehicle. It cannot be used in any other vehi-
cle.

If the battery has been disconnected, the

ignition must be activated before switching
on the Infotainment system.

Changing the basic volume

Increasing or decreasing the volume or
muting the sound
Raise the volume

: turn the volume control 

clockwise or move the left thumbwheel on
the multifunction steering wheel upward 

.

Lower the volume

: turn the volume control 

clockwise or move the left thumbwheel on
the multifunction steering wheel downward

.

Changes in volume are indicated by a vol-
ume bar on the screen. The volume can be
controlled using the steering wheel controls.
In this case, the changes in volume are dis-
played on the instrument panel by a volume
bar.

It is possible to preset certain volume settings
and adjustments 

››› 

page 181

.

»

177

Infotainment system

Muting the Infotainment system sound

Turn the volume control 

 anti-clockwise

until it displays 

.

OR:

 press the 



1)

 infotainment button.

OR:

 press the left wheel of the multifunction

steering wheel.

Playback is paused while in Media mode (ex-
cept AUX). The screen displays 

.

Operation of the function buttons
and the instructions on the screen

Fig. 179 

View of some of the function buttons

on the screen.

Active areas of the touchscreen that call up a
certain function are called “function buttons”.

These buttons are operated by 

pressing them

on the screen or 

holding them down

.

The function buttons appear in this manual as
a “function button” and a button symbol

inside a rectangle

.

These activate functions or open submenus.
The currently selected menu is displayed in
the title bar 

››› 

Fig. 179 

A

 of the submenus.

Inactive (grey) function buttons cannot be se-
lected.

Increase or decrease the size of the im-
ages displayed on the screen

The size of the navigation map image and im-
age views can be enlarged or reduced. To do
this, slide 2 fingers across the screen to sepa-
rate them or bring them together.

Overview of screen and function buttons

Display and function buttons: operation
and effect

A

The title bar shows the selected menu
and other function buttons.

B

Press it to open another menu.

Display and function buttons: operation

and effect

C

The scroll bar is shown on the right. Scroll
the bar by sliding your finger vertically on
it 

››› 

page 179, Open list entries and

search in lists

.

D

Movable cursor

: Move the cursor by slid-

ing your finger across the screen.

OR:

 Press a point on the screen where

you want the sound to be directed.

Fixed crosshair

: Press on the arrows to

move the sound around according to your
preferences.

OR:

 Press the central button to centre the

stereo sound in the centre of the passen-
ger compartment

Press it on some lists to move up a level,
one by one.

Button to return to the previous menu or
move up through the folder structure.

When pressed, a pop-up window opens
(options window) which displays other
setup options.

 / 

Some functions are activated 

 or deac-

tivated 

 by pressing this box.

OK

Press to confirm an entry or a selection.

1)

Depends on the device.

178

Introduction

Display and function buttons: operation

and effect

×

Press to close a pop-up window or an in-
put window.

 / 

Press them to change the setup adjust-

ments one at a time.

Move the scroll button across the screen
by sliding your finger.

Open list entries and search in lists

Fig. 180 

Entries on a setup menu list.

The entries on a list can be activated by
pressing them on the screen or by using the
settings button.

Mark list entries using the setup button
and open them

Turn

 the adjustment knob to search and se-

lect from the list.

Press

 the setup button to activate the

marked entry on the list.

Search lists (scrolling the screen)

The scroll bar is shown on the right and its
size depends on the entries in the list

››› 

Fig. 180 

1

.

On the bar:

 Press above or below the mark

or slide your finger vertically over the mark
until you reach the desired position.

Input window with on-screen key-
pad

Fig. 181 

Text input in entry mask.

The on-screen keypad is used for functions
such as entering an memory name, selecting
a destination address or entering a search
term for searching long lists.

The input line with cursor is located in the top
bar of the screen. All inputs are displayed
here.

Input windows for “free text input”

In the input masks for open text, you may en-
ter letters, numbers and characters in any
combination.

Input windows for selecting a saved entry
(e.g. selection of a destination address)

It is only possible to enter a sequence of let-
ters, numbers and characters that matches a
stored entry.

Matches are suggested on the input line. In
the case of compound names, it is necessary
to enter a space.

Overview of the function buttons

Function button: operation and effect

1

Zip code

a)

: Press this button to enter a zip

code in the Navigation mode.

123

: Press this button to open the num-

ber and special character input screen.

ABC

: Press this button to go back to the

letter input screen.

»

179

Infotainment system

Function button: operation and effect

2

Press this button to change the keypad
language. Keypad languages can be se-
lected from the menu 

system setup

.

3

Displays the number and opens the list of
remaining selectable entries that match
the entered text.

Letters
and dig-
its

Press them to copy them into the input
line.

Letters
with 

If the button is held down, special char-
acters based on that letter are displayed.

Press the desired character to enter it.
Some special characters can be written

out instead (e.g. “AE” for “Ä”).

Press this button to change between up-

percase and lowercase.

Space bar

OK

Press this button to confirm the sugges-
ted input and close the input screen.

Deletes characters on the input line from
right to left.

Press and hold to delete several charac-

ters.

Close the input window.

a)

Depends on the market and unit in question.

Proximity sensor

3

 Not available for model: Media System Colour

The Infotainment system is equipped with an
integrated proximity sensor 

››› 

Fig. 178 

7

.

The screen switches from display mode to
automatic operation when your hand moves
toward it. In operation mode, the function but-
tons are automatically highlighted to facili-
tate their use.

Additional information and display
options

The displays appearing on the screen may
vary depending on the settings, and may dif-
fer from those described here.

The status bar on the screen can display, for
example, the current time and outside tem-
perature.

All displays can be viewed only after com-
pletely restarting the Infotainment system.

Menu and system settings

The settings that can be selected varies de-
pending on the country and the equipment in
question, and on the vehicle's equipment.

Press the infotainment button 



 and then

press the 

Settings

 function button.

OR:

 Press the infotainment 



 button.

Press the function button of the main menu or
the functions for which you want to change
the settings. All settings are automatically
applied when the menus are closed.

Function buttons

Screen

: To change the screen settings.

 

Switch off screen (in 10 seconds)

: If this function is

active and the infotainment system is not used,
the screen will automatically switch off after ap-

prox. 10 seconds. Pressing the screen or pressing
one of the infotainment buttons will turn the

screen on again.

 

Brightness

: To select the brightness level of the

screen.

 

Day / Night

: To select the type of display (

Day

,

Night

 or 

Automatic

).

 

Touchscreen tone

: The confirmation tone when a

function button is pressed is active.

 

Proximity sensor

: The proximity sensors are active.

Also see 

››› 

page 180, Proximity sensor

.

 

Show clock in standby mode

: In standby mode, the

time is displayed on the infotainment system
screen.

Date and time

: Change the time and date settings.

 

Clock time source

: To select the time source (GPS

or manual).

180

Introduction

Function buttons

   

GPS

: The time and date can be selected using

the 

Time zone

 function button. In this case, the

Time

 and 

Date

 function buttons for manual

entry will not be active.

   

Manual

: The time and date can be set manual-

ly using the 

Time

 and 

Date

 function buttons.

 

Time

: To set the time manually.

 

Time zone

: To adjust the desired time zone.

 

Time format

: To select the time display format (12

or 24 hours).

 

Date

: To set the current date.

 

Date format

: To select the date display format

(

DD.MM.YYYY

YY-MM-DD

 or 

MM-DD-YY

).

Language

: To select the desired language for texts

and phrases in the voice control system.

Keyboard

a)

: To select the type (alphabetical or key-

board).

Additional keypad languages

 

a)

: To select additional

keyboard languages.

Units

: To set the units of measurement of the vehi-

cle's displays: distance, speed, temperature, volume,
consumption and pressure.

Data transfer for SEAT apps

a)

 

External apps

: The mobile device app profile inter-

face is active. Deactivating this function avoids
other settings.

Function buttons

 

Operation via apps

 : Change the level of interaction

with apps.

   

Deactivate:

 This limits specific functions that

require a higher level of security.

Confirm

: Allows 100% of functions of the app,

and certain specific actions on the Infotain-

ment system have to be confirmed.

Allow

. Allows all available functions to be exe-

cuted from the app.

Voice control

: To change the voice control settings

››› 

page 183

.

Remove safely

: To eject the data medium (SD/USB

card) from the system. After correctly ejecting the
data storage device from the system, the function

button becomes inactive (grey colour).

Factory settings

: When the original factory settings

are restored, all 

inputs and settings

 that are made

are 

deleted

, depending on the selected settings.

Bluetooth

: To change the Bluetooth® settings

››› 

page 238

 .

System information

: Display of the system information

(device number, hardware and software versions).

 

Update

a)

: To update the navigation data, do

››› 

page 215

 

No

 remove the memory card while

the navigation data are being installed.

Copyright

: Information about copyright.

a)

This depends on the country and unit in question.

Note

For the proper functioning of the Infotain-
ment system it is important that the date
and time set in the vehicle are correct.

Volume and sound settings

The settings that can be selected varies de-
pending on the country and the equipment in
question, and on the vehicle's equipment.

Press the infotainment button 



 followed

by the 

Sound

 function button.

OR:

 Press the infotainment button 



1)

.

Press the main menu function button for the

settings that have to be changed. All settings
are applied instantly.

Overview of screen and function buttons

Function buttons

Volume

: To change the volume settings.

 

Warnings

a)

: To set the playback volume of warn-

ings, such as traffic announcements.

 

Navigation announcements

a)

: To set the playback

volume of audio driving recommendations.

 

Voice control

a)

: To set the playback volume of

voice control.

»

1)

Depends on the equipment in question

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Function buttons

 

Maximum switch-on volume

: To set the equipment's

maximum switch-on volume.

 

Speed-dependent volume adjustment

 (GALA): To set

the extent to which the volume is adjusted de-
pending on the speed. The volume of the audio

will increase automatically as the speed of the
vehicle increases.

 

Volume

: To set the playback volume of audio

sources connected via the AUX-IN multimedia

jack (

Low

Medium

 or 

High

). Also see

››› 

page 181, Overview of screen and function

buttons

.

 

Bluetooth audio

: To set the playback volume of

audio sources connected by Bluetooth® (to

Low

Medium

 or 

High

). Also see 

››› 

page 181,

Overview of screen and function buttons

.

Equaliser

b)

: To adjust the sound properties.

Balance - Fader

b)

: To adjust the sound distribution.

The cursor indicates the current sound distribution in
the passenger compartment. To modify the sound

distribution, briefly press on the desired position in
the passenger compartment view or use the arrow

keys for a step-by-step modification. To centre sound
distribution in the passenger compartment view,
press the central function button located between
the arrows.

Subwoofer

: Adjusts the volume of the subwoofer.

Function buttons

Touchscreen tone

: The confirmation tone when a func-

tion button is pressed is active.

Disabling voice navigation during calls

a)

: During a tele-

phone conversation, audio driving recommendations
will not be given.

Dynaudio sound properties

a)

: To select or adjust the

sound properties.

 

Individual

: Individual adjustment of sound prop-

erties.

 

Profile

: To adjust the sound properties by select-

ing one of the 4 preset sound profiles ( 

Authentic

,

Soft

Dynamic

 or 

Speech

).

Dynaudio sound focus

a)

: To adjust the sound distribu-

tion (Balance - Fader).

 

Individual

: To adjust the sound distribution. The

crosshair indicates the current distribution of
sound in the passenger compartment. To modify
the sound distribution, briefly press on the de-

sired position in the passenger compartment
view or use the arrow keys for a step-by-step

modification. To centre sound distribution in the
passenger compartment view, press the func-
tion button located between the arrows.

Function buttons

 

Profile

: 4 preset sound distributions can be se-

lected, which are optimized for the indicated po-
sitions (

Front left

Front right

Rear

 or

Front and Rear

). Select the desired sound distri-

bution by pressing it.

a)

This depends on the country and unit in question.

b)

The function is not available in equipment with Dy-

naudio. The corresponding settings will be changed in
the Dynaudio menus.

Adjust the playback volume of external
audio sources

If you need to increase the playback volume
for the external audio source, first lower the
base volume on the infotainment system.

If the sound from the connected audio source
is 

very low

, increase the 

output volume

 on

the external audio source. If this is not
enough, change the 

input volume

 to 

medium

or 

high

.

If the sound from the connected external au-
dio source is 

too loud or distorted

, lower the

output volume

 on the external audio source.

If this is not enough, change the 

input vol-

ume

 to 

medium

 or 

low

.

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Introduction

Voice control

Introduction

3

 Not available for model: Media System Colour

The Navigation

1)

, Telephone, Radio and Media

menu functions, can be activated by giving
the corresponding commands (voice com-
mands).

Instructions are given during voice control to
facilitate the operation. These instructions will
be given as a long or short dialogue, depend-
ing on the settings 

››› 

page 185

.

Available languages

Voice control is available for most languages
that can be set in the infotainment system.

If voice control is not available for the lan-
guage you wish to set, a message is dis-
played on the screen when you try to acti-
vate it.

Voice control will be used in the set language
of the infotainment system.

Set the desired language in the 

System

Settings

 menu 

››› 

page 180

.

Note

Voice control is not available during a tele-
phone call. Incoming calls interrupt voice
control.

Tips for voice control

To use voice control correctly, keep the fol-
lowing in mind:

Avoid external and background noise (such

as conversations in the vehicle). Keep all win-
dows, doors and the sunroof closed.

Do not

 direct the air flow from the outlets

towards the interior lining of the roof.

Speak the commands when the audio and

audio signals have finished playing, and the
symbol 

 

››› 

Fig. 182 

1

 is displayed on the

screen.

If possible, speak clearly at a normal

speed. If you pronounce words or figures
confusingly or 

mumble

 syllables, the system

will not be able to recognise them.

Speak in a normal tone without stressing

the words too much and avoid long pauses.

Do not

 articulate or emphasize too much, or

mumble, whisper or shout

Speak a little louder if you are driving at

high speed.

Phone numbers can be spoken digit by digit

or in blocks of 1-999.

After a few commands, the voice control

adapts to the speaker and recognises his/her
commands better.

Using voice control

Fig. 182 

Voice control: indication of the help

menu elements that can be pronounced.

Switching on the speech control system

To activate voice control, briefly press the

infotainment button 



 or button 

 on the

multifunction steering wheel.

»

1)

This depends on the country and unit in ques-

tion.

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Infotainment system

When voice control is activated, a rising audio
signal is heard.

A help menu is displayed with the most im-
portant orders in the active mode at the time
(e.g. Navigation) 

››› 

Fig. 182 

A

. Other ele-

ments that can be spoken are shown in red
on the corresponding screen 

››› 

Fig. 182

. The

help menu indication can be activated and
deactivated in the 

Voice control set-

tings

 menu 

››› 

page 185

.

Speak commands

Speak the commands when the audio and
audio signals have finished playing, and the
symbol 

 

1

 is displayed on the screen.

Say the desired command (e.g. “

Start intro-

duction

”) to listen to the voice control intro-

duction. See also 

››› 

page 184, Introduction

to voice control

 and 

››› 

page 184, Voice

control help

.

The system speech will guide you through

the following dialogue.

When an operation is completed, voice

control ends with a downward audio signal.

To interrupt a voice control phrase and say

the next command directly, briefly press the
infotainment button 



 or button 

 on the

multifunction steering wheel.

The displayed lists are numbered if voice
control is active. The figures are shown on the
left in the function buttons. Activate the de-

sired entry, e.g. figure 5, with the command

line 5

”.

The “

Back

” command always takes you to

the previous step of the dialogue.

Ending voice control

To end voice control, manually press and
hold, or briefly press the 



 button of the in-

fotainment system twice (double click), or
press button 

 on the multifunction steering

wheel until the downward audio signal
sounds.

Voice control also ends in the following cir-
cumstances:

When a function button is pressed.

When an infotainment button is pressed.

When activating ParkPilot.

With an incoming call.

With the reception of a traffic announce-

ment.

Introduction to voice control

We recommend listening to the introduction
to voice control when you use it for the first
time. The introduction is divided into sections
that can be listed to in the set or, or by select-
ing them.

Briefly press the infotainment button 



 or

button 

 on the multifunction steering wheel.

Speak the command to start the introduction
in the language set in the infotainment sys-
tem and follow the instructions in the dia-
logue.

Language

Order

German

Einführung starten

English

Start tutorial

English (U S)

Start introduction

Spanish

Iniciar introducción

French

Démarrer introduction

Portuguese

Iniciar introdução

Italian

Avvia introduzione

Czech

Zahájit úvod

Dutch

Snelcursus starten

Russian

Запустить

 

программу

обучения

Swedish

Starta introduktion

Turkish

Tanıtımı başlat

Polish

Rozpocznij
wprowadzenie

Voice control help

The functions for which voice control is avail-
able have contextual help.

184

Introduction

Select the function and briefly press infotain-
ment button 



, or button 

 on the multi-

function steering wheel.

Say one of the following commands, de-
pending on the language set in the infotain-
ment system.

Language

Order

German

Hilfe

English

Help

Spanish

Help

French

Aide

Portuguese

Ajuda

Italian

Aiuto

Czech

Nápověda

Dutch

Help

Russian

Справка

Swedish

Hjälp

Turkish

Yardım

Polish

Pomoc

Voice control settings

Open the 

Voice control settings

 menu

Press the infotainment 



 button.

Press the 

SETTINGS

 function button.

Then press the 

Voice control

 function but-

ton.

Function buttons

Dialogue style

: To select the style of the dialogue.

 

Length

: During voice control the phrases are

longer and additional verbal indications may be
given.

 

Short

: Some additional indications are removed

from the long dialogue.

Show possible commands

: The help menu is displayed

with the commands of the active function on the

screen when voice control is activated.

Voice control start tone

: When voice control is activa-

ted, an upward confirmation audio signal is heard.

Press to deactivate the audio signal.

Voice control end tone

: When voice control is deactiva-

ted, a downward confirmation audio signal is heard.
Press to deactivate the audio signal.

Dialogue input tone

: In addition to the indication 

 a

short acoustic signal is heard on the screen as soon
as you can speak. Press to deactivate the audio sig-

nal.

Note

The volume of the voice control indications
can be adjusted in the 

Sound settings

menu 

››› 

page 181

 or during a speech using

the volume control 

.

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Infotainment system

Connectivity

Full Link

Full Link technology description

3

 Not available for model: Media System Colour

The Full Link connection is made through a
USB cable.

The Full Link system brings together technol-
ogies that allow communication between the
Infotainment System and mobile devices:

MirrorLink®

Android Auto™

Apple CarPlay™

Interfaces

To access the Full Link system, press the Info-
tainment button 



 (Full Link) and then se-

lect the 

Full Link

 context.

WARNING

Any applications that are not suitable or
execute incorrectly may cause damage to
the vehicle, accidents and serious injuries.

SEAT recommends the use of the Apps

that SEAT provides for this vehicle.

To make full use of SEAT Apps, you must

activate the 

Settings > Data transfer

for SEAT apps

 option.

The interaction level of the Apps on the

system must be: 

Allow

.

Protect the mobile terminal with its appli-

cations from improper use.

Never make modifications to the applica-

tions.

Consult the instruction manual for the

mobile terminal.

WARNING

The use of applications while driving can
distract your attention from the traffic. Dis-
tracting the driver in any way can lead to
an accident and cause injuries.

Always drive carefully and responsibly.

CAUTION

In areas where special regulations apply

or the use of mobiles forbidden, it must be
switched off at all times. The radiation pro-
duced by the mobile when switched on
may interfere with sensitive technical and
medical equipment, possibly resulting in
malfunction or damage to the equipment.

SEAT cannot be held liable for any dam-

age caused to the vehicle as a result of the
use of applications that are of poor quality
or are defective, the inadequate program-
ming of the applications, the insufficient
coverage of the network, the loss of data
during transmission or the improper use of
mobiles.

Note

The use of Full Link technology could in-

crease the amount you pay for data.

SEAT recommends having a high battery

charge on the device when connected to
Full Link.

SEAT recommends that to use Full Link,

the “Date and time” should be correctly
configured. Select 

Settings > Date and

Time

.

SEAT apps are designed to communicate

with the vehicle and interact with it through
the Full Link connection.

You can find further information on the

technical requirements, compatible devi-
ces, suitable applications and availability
at www.seat.com or at SEAT dealers.

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