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Cooling mode 


Manual air conditioning:

 Press the button to

switch on or off the cooling system.



Turn the control to adjust the temperature.

Heating and fresh air system:

 The tempera-

ture cannot be lower than that of the exterior
air temperature, as this system cannot cool or
dehumidify the air.


Turning the regulator 


 sets the fan power.

At level 0 the fan and manual air conditioning
are disconnected. Level 4 is the maximum.

Air distribution 

 / / 



Turning regulator 


 distributes the air to the

desired zone:

The airflow is directed towards the chest
The airflow is directed towards the foot-
The airflow is directed towards the wind-
screen and the footwell area.

Defrost/demist function 

Manual air conditioning:

 When control 


 is in


 the air flow is directed at the wind-

screen and air recirculation is disconnected
automatically or not activated. Increase the

fan power to clear the windscreen of con-
densation as soon as possible. To dehumidify
the air, the cooling system will automatically
switch on.

Heated rear window 

This only works when the engine is running
and switches off automatically after a maxi-
mum of 10 minutes.

It should be switched off as soon as the glass
is demisted. By saving electrical power you
can also save fuel.

To avoid possible damage to the battery, an
automatic temporary disconnection of this
function is possible, coming back on when
normal operating conditions are re-establish-

Air recirculation 


page 141

Seat heating 



page 142

Climate control usage instructions

The interior cooling system only works when
the engine is running and fan is switched on.

Economic use of the air conditioning

When the air conditioning is switched on, the
compressor consumes engine power and has
influence on fuel consumption.

The air conditioner operates most effectively
with the windows and the panoramic sliding
sunroof closed. However, if the vehicle has
heated up after standing in the sun for some
time, the air inside can be cooled more quick-
ly by opening the windows and the panoram-
ic sliding sunroof briefly.

Change the temperature unit (Climatron-

The temperature display can be changed
from Celsius to Fahrenheit on the screen of
the Infotainment system using the Infotain-
ment button 



 Settings > Units


The cooling system cannot be activated

If the air conditioning system cannot be
switched on, this may be caused by the fol-

The engine is not running.

The fan is switched off.

The air conditioner fuse has blown.

The outside temperature is lower than ap-

proximately +3°C (+38°F).


Air conditioning

The air conditioner compressor has been

temporarily switched off because the engine
coolant temperature is too high.

Another fault in the vehicle. Have the air

conditioner checked by a specialised work-

Special characteristics

If the humidity and temperature outside the
vehicle are high, 


 can drip off

the evaporator in the cooling system and
form a pool underneath the vehicle. This is
normal and does not indicate a leak!


After starting the engine, any residual hu-
midity in the air conditioner could mist over
the windscreen. Switch on the defrost func-
tion as soon as possible to clear the wind-
screen of condensation.

Air vents

To ensure proper heating, cooling and venti-
lation in the vehicle interior, the air vents must
remain open.

To close the air vents on the left side, move

the corresponding diffuser vent lever fully to
the right. To close the air vents on the rights
side, move the corresponding diffuser vent
lever fully to the left.

Change the air direction using the ventila-

tion grille lever.

There are other additional, non-adjustable air
vents in the dash panel, in the footwells and in
the rear area of the passenger compartment.


Food, medicine and other heat or cold sen-
sitive objects should never be placed in
front of the air outlets as they may be dam-
aged or made unsuitable for use by the air.

Air recirculation 

Air recirculation mode prevents the ambient
air from entering the interior.

When the outside temperature is very high,
selecting manual air recirculation mode for a
short period refreshes the vehicle interior
more quickly.

For safety reasons, air recirculation mode is
switched off when the button 

 is pressed

or the air distributor is turned to 


Switching the manual air recirculation
mode on and off

Press the button 

 to connect or discon-

nect manual air recirculation.


Observe the safety warnings 


 in Intro-

duction on page 137


If the cooling system is switched off and

air recirculation mode switched on, the
windows can mist over very quickly, con-
siderably limiting visibility.

Switch air recirculation mode off when it

is not required.


Do not smoke when air recirculation is
switched on in vehicles with an air condi-
tioner. The smoke taken in could lie on the
cooling system vaporiser and on the acti-
vated charcoal cartridge of the dust and
pollen filter, leading to a permanently un-
pleasant smell.


Climatronic: air recirculation mode is acti-
vated to prevent exhaust gas or unpleasant
odours from entering the vehicle interior
when it is in reverse and while the automat-
ic windscreen wiper is working.


If the temperature regulator is turned to the
coldest setting (blue point), the air recircu-
lation function and the 


 button are auto-

matically activated.




If the function is not deactivated by

pressing the button, it will deactivate after
approximately 20 minutes.

Seat heating

The seat cushions can be heated electrically
when the ignition is switched on. The backrest
is also heated in some versions.

Control seat heating

Press buttons  


 on the control panel

to turn on the seat heating as high as possi-

Press buttons 


 repeatedly to adjust it

to the required level.

To turn off the seat heating, press button  


 repeatedly until no LEDs are lit.

Cases in which the heat seating should
not be switched on

Do not switch the seat heating on if any of the
following conditions are met:

The seat is not occupied.

The seat has a cover.

A child seat has been installed on the seat.

The seat cushion is wet or damp.

The outdoor or indoor temperature is great-

er than +25°C (77°F).


People who cannot perceive pain or tem-
perature because of medications, paralysis
or chronic diseases (e.g. diabetes) or have
a limited perception of these, may suffer
burns to the back, buttocks or legs when
using seat heating.

People with limited pain and temperature

thresholds must never use seat heating.

If an abnormality in the device's temper-

ature control is detected, have it checked
by a specialist workshop.


If the fabric of the cushion is wet, this can
adversely affect the operation of the seat
heating, increasing the risk of burns.

Make sure the seat cushion is dry prior to

using the seat heater.

Do not sit on the seat with clothing that is

wet or damp.

Do not leave clothing that is wet or damp

on the seat.

Do not spill liquid on the seat.


To avoid damaging the heating elements

of the seat heaters, please do not kneel on
the seat or apply sharp pressure to a single
point on the seat cushion or backrest.

Liquids, sharps objects and insulating

materials (e.g. covers or child seats) can
damage the seat heating.

In the event of smells, switch off the seat

heating immediately and have it inspected
by a specialised workshop.

For the sake of the environment

The seat heating should remain on only
when needed. Otherwise, it is an unneces-
sary fuel waste.



Infotainment system


First steps


Infotainment functions and settings depend
on the country and equipment

Before first use

Before the first use, bear in mind the following
points, to take full advantage of the functions
and settings offered:

Observe the basic safety warnings


page 143


Reset the Infotainment factory settings.

Search and store favourite radio stations on

the preset buttons so you can tune them

Use only suitable audio sources and data


Pair a mobile phone to use phone manage-

ment through the Infotainment system.

Use current maps for navigation.

Register in SEAT CONNECT to run the cor-

responding services.

Current documentation attached

For using infotainment and its components,
take into account, together with this instruc-
tion manual, the following documentation:

Supplements to your vehicle’s on-board


Instruction Manual of the mobile phone de-

vice or audio sources.

Operating instructions for data media and

external players.

Manuals for the Infotainment accessories

subsequently installed or used additionally.

Description of services when running SEAT

CONNECT services.

Safety instructions

Some function areas may include links to
third-party websites. SEAT, S.A. is not the
owner of the third-party websites accessible
through the links, and assumes no liability for
their content.

Some function areas may include outside in-
formation from third-party providers. SEAT,
S.A. is not responsible for such information
being correct, up-to-date or complete, or for
ensuring it does not infringe the rights of third

Radio stations and owners of data media and
audio sources are responsible for the infor-
mation they transmit.

Bear in mind that parking lots, tunnels, tall
buildings, mountains or due to the operation
of other electrical devices, such as chargers,
can also interfere with the reception of the ra-
dio signal.

Foils or adhesives with metallic layers on the
antenna and on the window panes can inter-
fere with radio reception.


The infotainment central computer is inter-
connected with the control units mounted
on the vehicle. Therefore, there is a serious
danger of accident and injury if the central
computer is repaired or disassembled and
reassembled incorrectly.

Never replace the central computer with

another used, recycled or from another ve-
hicle at the end of its useful life.

The repair or disassembly and reassem-

bly of the central computer should only be
carried out at specialised workshops. SEAT
recommends visiting a SEAT dealership for


The factory assembled radio with integra-
ted software is interconnected with the
control units mounted on the vehicle.



Infotainment system

Therefore, there is a serious danger of acci-
dent and injury if the radio is repaired or
disassembled and reassembled incorrect-

Never replace the radio with another ra-

dio that is used, recycled or from another
vehicle at the end of its useful life.

The repair or disassembly and reassem-

bly of the radio should only be carried out
at specialised workshops. SEAT recom-
mends visiting a SEAT dealership for this.


Any distraction affecting the driver in any
way can lead to an accident and cause in-
juries. Reading the information on the
screen and managing the infotainment sys-
tem can distract your attention from traffic
and cause an accident.

Always drive as carefully and responsibly

as possible.


Connecting, inserting or removing an audio
source or data media while driving can dis-
tract your attention from the traffic and
cause an accident.


Select volume settings that allow you to
easily hear signals from outside the vehicle

at all times (e.g. emergency services si-

Hearing may be impaired if using too high

a volume setting, even if only for short peri-
ods of time.


The following circumstances may result in
an emergency call, phone call or data
transmission not being made or being inter-

When in areas with zero or insufficient

mobile telephony or GPS signal. Also in
tunnels, confined areas between very tall
buildings, garages, underpasses, moun-
tains and valleys.

When in areas with sufficient mobile

phone or GPS signal, the telephony net-
work of the telecommunications provider
has interference or is not available.

When the vehicle components necessary

to make emergency calls, phone calls and
to transmit data are damaged, do not work
or do not have sufficient electrical power.

When the battery of the mobile phone

device is discharged or its charge level is


In some countries and some telephone net-
works it is only possible to make an emer-
gency call, if a mobile telephone device is

connected to the telephone interface of
the vehicle, inside it there is an “unlocked”
SIM card with sufficient balance to make
calls and with sufficient network signal


Read and observe the operating instruc-
tions provided by the manufacturer in
question when using mobile phone devices,
data media, external devices, external au-
dio and multimedia sources.


Position the connection cables of the audio
sources and external devices so that they
do not interfere with the driver.


When changing or connecting an audio or
multimedia source may cause sudden
changes in the volume.

Lower the volume before connecting or

switching to audio or multimedia sources.


If mobile phone and radiocommunication
devices are used without connection to an
external antenna, the maximum electro-
magnetic radiation levels inside the vehicle
might be surpassed, thus posing a risk to
the health of the driver and passengers.



This is also the case if the external antenna
has not been correctly installed.

Keep a distance of at least 20 centime-

tres between the antennas of the mobile
phone device and an active medical de-
vice, such as a pacemaker, as mobile
phones might alter the functioning of these

Do not carry a mobile phone switched on

very close or directly on top of an active
medical device, for instance in a chest

Immediately turn off the mobile phone if

you suspect it is causing interferences in an
active medical device or any other medical


Mobile phones, external devices and ac-
cessories that are loose or not properly se-
cured could move around the passenger
compartment during a sudden driving or
braking manoeuvre or an accident and
cause damage or injury.

Set mobile phone devices, external devi-

ces and their accessories outside the air-
bag deployment areas or store them se-


The centre armrest may obstruct the driv-
er's arm movements, which could cause an
accident and severe injuries.

Keep the storage compartments of the

centre armrest closed at all times while the
vehicle is in motion.


If the light conditions are not good and the
screen is damaged or dirty, the indications
and information displayed on the screen
may not be read or be read incorrectly.

The indications and information dis-

played on the screen should never induce
to take any risk that compromises safety.
The screen is not a replacement for driver


Radio stations can transmit disaster or haz-
ard announcements. The following condi-
tions prevent such notices from being re-
ceived or issued:

When in areas with zero or insufficient ra-

dio signal. Also in tunnels, confined areas
between very tall buildings, garages, un-
derpasses, mountains and valleys.

When the frequency bands of the radio

station have interference or are not availa-
ble in areas with sufficient radio signal re-

When the speakers and the vehicle com-

ponents necessary for radio reception are
damaged, do not work or do not have suffi-
cient electrical power.

When the infotainment is switched off.


Switch off mobile phone devices in areas
with a risk of explosion!


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

Traffic signs, signalling systems, traffic

regulations and local circumstances pre-
vail over driving recommendations and
navigation system indications.

Adapt your speed and driving style to suit

visibility, weather, road and traffic condi-

Certain circumstances can significantly

initially planned lengthen both the duration
of the trip and the route to the destination,
or even temporarily prevent navigation to
it, for example, if a road is closed to traffic.


In areas where special regulations apply or
the use of mobile phones is forbidden, the
mobile device in question must be switched
off at all times. The radiation produced by



Infotainment system

a mobile phone device when switched on
may interfere with sensitive technical and
medical equipment, possibly resulting in
malfunction or damage to the equipment.


If the playback volume is excessive or dis-
torted, the speakers may be damaged.



Overview and controls

Connect System

Fig. 121 

Overview of the controls

Touch screen. The infotainment functions
can be used through the screen.
Navigation Menu 


page 176

Full Link menu 


page 160




Turn volume up
Turn volume down
Turn the infotainment on/off




HOME button.

: main menu with widget views.

: main menu in mosaic mode.



Infotainment system

Media System

Fig. 122 

Overview: control unit and indication in

the 8.25-inch version

Touch screen. The infotainment functions
can be used through the screen.
Rotary push button (to adjust the volume
and to switch the infotainment on/off)
Rotary push button (to search and select)
HOME button (to open the home page)


page 169



page 183

Full Link 


page 160

Vehicle information 


page 91









Vehicle settings 


page 92




General instructions for use

Operating indications

The infotainment needs a few seconds for

the complete start-up of the system and dur-
ing that time it does not react to inputs. Only
the image of the rear view camera system
can be displayed during system start-up.

The display of all indications and the exe-

cution of functions only takes place once the
infotainment system has finished booting. The
duration of the system booting depends on
the number of infotainment functions and
may take longer than normal in the event of
very high or very low temperatures.

When using the infotainment system and

corresponding accessories, e.g., head-
phones, bear in mind country-specific regu-
lations and legal provisions.

Some functions of the infotainment system

require an active SEAT CONNECT user ac-
count and an Internet connection for the ve-
hicle. The data transmission must not be limi-
ted to perform the functions.

To use the infotainment system, simply

lightly press a button or touch the screen.

For the correct operation of the infotain-

ment system it is important that it is switched
on and that, if necessary, the time and date
of the vehicle are set correctly.

If a function button is missing on the screen,

it is not a device defect, but corresponds to
the specific equipment of the country or ver-

Some infotainment functions can only be

selected when the vehicle is at a standstill. In
some countries, the selector lever must also
be in the parking position 


 or in neutral posi-



. It is not a malfunction, but is due to

compliance with legal provisions.

Restrictions on the use of devices using

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

If you disconnect the 12-volt battery, turn

on the ignition before restarting the infotain-
ment system.

If the setup is changed, this may change

the display on the screen and in some cases,
the infotainment system may behave in a
manner different to that described in this in-
struction manual.

Ensure that any repairs or modifications

that need to be carried out on the infotain-
ment system are carried out by a specialised
workshop. SEAT recommends visiting a SEAT
dealership for this.

Using a mobile phone device inside the ve-

hicle may cause noise in the speakers.

In some countries, the infotainment system

automatically shuts off when the engine is

switched off and the vehicle's 12-volt battery
charge level is low.

On vehicles with park assist, the audio

source volume is automatically lowered when
reverse gear is selected, as well as when the
doors are opened. The volume reduction can
be adjusted.

Information about the included software

and the license conditions can be found in

Settings > Copyright


When selling or lending the vehicle, make

sure that all saved data, files and settings
have been deleted and, if necessary, external
audio sources and data media have been re-


You will find more information and tips for
using the infotainment system in the Help

HOME screen

In the control and display unit you can set up
the views and representation on the home
screen or use the factory setting templates.

If an icon is missing on the screen, it is not a
device defect, but corresponds to the specific
equipment of the country or version.

The following menus can be included as an
icon on the home screen:



Infotainment system

Main menus on the home screen



page 176



page 169

, Multimedia


page 173



page 183

Full Link 


page 160



page 151



page 92



page 91

Air conditioning 


page 137






Managing the infotainment system

Execute the functions and settings with the in-
fotainment controls.





Depending on the equipment, the infotain-
ment system has different controls:

Touch screen.

Touch zones outside the screen, for exam-

ple, Volume (+ -).

Function buttons, for example, 





Help Menu

This menu displays information on the opera-
tion of the infotainment system and gives
practical tips.




Connecting and disconnecting the info-
tainment system

The infotainment system turns on when the
ignition is switched on, unless it has been
manually turned off beforehand.

The infotainment system starts-up with the
last set volume, provided that this does not
exceed the preset maximum start-up volume.

The infotainment system automatically turns
off when the driver's door is opened, provided
the ignition has been switched off before-

Moving objects and adjusting volume

Move objects on the screen to adapt settings,
for example, with scrollable buttons or to
move the areas of a menu.

Depending on the equipment, menus and
displays can be customised.

Increasing and reducing images or map

Tip: use your thumb and index finger.

Press on the map with both fingers at the

same time and leave them on the screen.

To enlarge views, slowly separate one fin-

ger from the other. To reduce views, slowly
bring one finger towards the other.


If you turn on the infotainment system man-
ually with the ignition off, it will automati-
cally turn off after about 30 minutes.

Customising the infotainment sys-

Customise the menus and infotainment views
to quickly access your favourite or most fre-
quently used functions.

The main menu contains function buttons for
accessing all of the Infotainment apps.



Customise shortcuts

At the bottom of the screen you will find
shortcuts to customisable system functions.
Use the settings to delete or replace them, or
change their order.

Press and hold one of the icons (or press 


of an empty position) to display an additional

Select one of the icons from the apps bar.


 to delete an icon.

Click on an icon in the additional window to

replace the value.

Hold your finger on one of the icons and

drag it to the desired position.

To close the edit more, press 

 in the addi-

tional window, or press 



The shortcut bar cannot be edited when
the vehicle is moving.

Settings (system and sound)

The selection of possible settings varies de-
pending on the country, the equipment in
question and the equipment of the vehicle.

Modifying settings

The meaning of the following symbols are
valid for all system and sound settings.

All changes are automatically applied when
the menus are closed.

Symbol and its meaning


The setting is selected and activated or



The setting is not selected, disabled or

To open a drop-down list.

To increase a setting value.

To increase a setting value.

To go back step by step.

To go forward step by step.

To change a setting value with the
scrollable button without adjusting.

Sound settings

Accessing the sound settings: press 


In the sound settings there may be the follow-
ing functions, information and setting options:




System settings

Accessing the system settings: press 




In the system settings there may be the fol-
lowing functions, information and setting op-


Time and date.


Additional keypad languages.


Voice control.


Data connection.

Manage mobile devices.

Reset factory settings.

System information.


Configuration wizard.

Adjust the volume of external audio sour-

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

If the sound from the connected audio source

very low

, increase the 

output volume


the external audio source. If this is not



Infotainment system

enough, change the 

input volume







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-







Clean the screen

Remove persistent dirt carefully and without
using aggressive cleaning products. To clean
the screen we recommend that:

The infotainment system is switched off.

Use a clean, soft cloth dampened with wa-



page 301


In case of persistent dirt: soften the dirt by

moistening with a little water. Then carefully
remove with a clean, soft cloth.


Cleaning the screen with inappropriate
cleaning products or when dry, may dam-
age it.

When cleaning, only press lightly.

Do not use aggressive cleaning products

or that contain solvents. Such products

may damage the equipment and “darken”
the screen.

Trademarks, licenses and copy-

Registered trademarks and licenses

Certain terms in this manual bear the symbol
® or ™. These symbols indicate that it is a
trademark or a registered trademark. The ab-
sence of this symbol, however, does not nec-
essarily mean that the term in question can
be used freely.

Other product names are registered trade-
marks or trademarks of the respective rights

Manufactured under license from Dolby

Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D sym-
bol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

Manufactured under license from Dolby

Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D sym-
bol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

Android Auto™ is a trademark of Google Inc.

Apple CarPlay™ is a trademark of Apple


Bluetooth® is a registered trademark of

Bluetooth® SIG, Inc.iPod®, iPad® and
iPhone® are trademarks of Apple Inc.

MirrorLink™ and MirrorLink Logo are certi-

fied trademarks of Car Connectivity Consor-
tium LLC.

Windows® is a registered trademark of Mi-

crosoft Corporation, Redmond, USA.

MPEG-4 HE-AAC audio coding technology

and patents are licensed by Fraunhofer IIS.

This product is protected by certain Micro-

soft Corporation industrial and intellectual
property rights. The use or commercialization
of technology of this type outside the config-
uration of this product, without a licence from
Microsoft or an authorised Microsoft branch
is prohibited.


As a general rule, audio and video files stored
on data media and audio sources are subject
to intellectual property protection in accord-
ance with the national and international pro-
visions applicable in each case. Please bear
in mind all legal provisions!



Technical data

Radio with integrated hardware (8.25 ")


The factory-mounted radio in the vehicle with
integrated hardware includes country-specif-
ic components and software for connectivity
and for the execution of vehicle, comfort and
infotainment functions.

The corresponding indications are shown on
the radio screen and partly on the instrument

Capacitive colour screen:

8.25 inch version, TFT, WVGA: 1082 x 480

Touch operation via the device screen, ro-
tary push-button, menu button and buttons
on the multifunction steering wheel.

Central computer with control and display
unit (9.2")


The factory-mounted central computer in the
vehicle includes country-specific compo-
nents and software for connectivity and for
the execution of vehicle, comfort and infotain-
ment functions.

The corresponding indications are shown on
the control and display unit screen and partly
on the instrument panel.

Capacitive colour screen:

Using the equipment with:

Touch zones Touch operation.

Buttons on the multifunction steering

Approach sensors (driver and passenger
side recognition, gesture control).

Vehicle and comfort functions

Driver assistance system settings.

Heating and air conditioning settings.

Lights and visibility function settings.

Vehicle comfort settings.

Parking and manoeuvring settings.

Sound system

Basic equipment:

The infotainment system that is supplied from
the factory is equipped as follows:

Speakers in different locations and with dif-
ferent power levels (watts).

Internal amplifier depending on the system:

4 speakers: 2 x 20 W

6 speakers: 4x 20 W

Setting options:

Equaliser, depending on the system:

4 speakers: treble, mid and bass.

6 speakers: 5 frequency bands or pre-
defined settings.

Sound distribution, depending on the sys-

4 speakers: Balance (left / right)

6 speakers: Balance + Fader (left /
right / front / rear).

Sound optimisation by zones (valid for the
6-speaker system):

Manual (Driver and All)

Automatic depending on the seats oc-

Optional sound system

The infotainment system can be extended
with an optional sound system as follows:

7 speakers in different locations and with
different power levels (watts).

300W external amplifier (Ethernet or CAN,
depending on the infotainment system),
which processes the audio signals sent by
the central computer.



Equipment name: Media System


Equipment name: Connect System.


Infotainment system

Excitation of speaker channels through
class AB final stages.

Audio signal processing in digital internal
signal processor (DSP).

Independent subwoofer in the luggage

Setting options:

User equaliser: 5 bands.

Sound distribution: Balance + Fader (left /
right / front / rear).

Sound optimisation by zones:

Manual (Driver, Front and All)

Subwoofer volume.



Wi-Fi conforming to IEEE 802.11 b/g/n

2.4 GHz and 5 GHz transfer (depending on
the country)

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto over Wi-Fi.

Simultaneous connection of up to 8 Wi-Fi

Media System:

5GHz access point for Full Link Wireless

Connect System:

Access point


Pairing process simplified by WPS or QR

Bluetooth® profiles

There can be a maximum of two mobile devi-
ces connected to the Bluetooth® hands-free
and a third device connected to the Blue-
tooth® as a music player.

When a mobile phone is connected to the tel-
ephone management system, a data ex-
change takes place via one of the Bluetooth®

Hands-free telephone profile (HFP):


HFP can be used to manage calls through the
infotainment system.

Audio profile (A2DP):

 This profile allows

audio to be transmitted with stereo quality. It
may require connecting other profiles for
managing and controlling playback.

Phone book access profile (PBAP):


phone book contents to be downloaded from
the mobile telephone.

Message profile (MAP):

 It allows short

messages (SMS) and emails to be downloa-
ded and synchronised.


Data transfer

Data transfer



To use it, SEAT CONNECT must first be activa-
ted online by entering into a SEAT CONNECT
contract with SEAT, S.A. and is subject to a
temporary use limitation depending on the

Both the SEAT CONNECT service portfolios
offered by SEAT and individual services can
be modified, cancelled, deactivated, reacti-
vated, renamed and extended, even without
prior notification.

In you can create the user
account, see the description of services and
more information.

The execution and availability of the SEAT
CONNECT services and service portfolios
may vary depending on the country, as well
as the vehicle, its equipment and connectivi-

Connectivity statuses


Full connectivity, all services active


Limited connectivity, some services
may not be available.

no icon

No connectivity, no services availa-

SEAT CONNECT's voice recognition or search
technology does not recognise or offer re-
sults for all words.

There are SEAT CONNECT services for which
registration is mandatory and others for
which it is not mandatory.

Description of services

Before running SEAT CONNECT services,
read and take into account the description of
the corresponding services. Descriptions are
updated non-periodically and are available
online at

Always use the most up-to-date version of

the corresponding service description.


In areas with insufficient mobile phone and
GPS coverage, neither emergency calls or
phone calls can be made, and data cannot
be transmitted. Change location if possi-


The vehicle may be damaged by factors
outside the control of SEAT, S.A. These
damaged can include:

Misuse of mobile terminals

Data loss during transmission.

Unsuitable or defective third party appli-


Malicious software on data storage devi-

ces, computers, tablets or mobile phones.

Services portfolio

The initial service allocation shown here cor-
responds to the third generation of SEAT
CONNECT services and represents the maxi-
mum services portfolio. The maximum possi-
ble portfolio is only available on some vehicle
models. During the useful life of the vehicle,
you can change the assignment shown here.

After activating the services management in
the infotainment system you can check if the
vehicle has services and what they are.

In some countries and in the event of a con-
tract renewal, the services offered may be
combined differently than indicated here.
They may also vary depending on the year of
production of the vehicle. The services men-
tioned correspond to the third generation of










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