Connectivity: always online thanks to state-of-the-art infotainment

› Three infotainment systems with screens measuring up to 9.2 inches
› Permanent internet access and ŠKODA Connect mobile online services
› Top-end system Amundsen with gesture control and digital voice assistant

Mladá Boleslav, 15 February 2022 – There is a choice of three infotainment systems for the new ŠKODA FABIA MONTE CARLO. The options range from the standard Swing radio, which comes as standard and features a 6.5-inch colour display, to the top-of-the-line Amundsen system, which offers a 9.2-inch touchscreen that can also be operated by gesture control and the Laura digital voice assistant. The FABIA MONTE CARLO is always online thanks to a built-in eSIM, which enables access not only to web radio but also to an extensive range of mobile online services from ŠKODA Connect and the latest infotainment apps. Smartphones can be connected to the car via Wireless SmartLink without the need of a cable and inductively charged in the optional Phone Box.

The new FABIA MONTE CARLO is equipped with the Swing radio as standard. This comes with a 6.5-inch colour touchscreen that can be operated using multi-touch gestures, a digital DAB radio and four front speakers. The optional Bolero radio features an 8-inch screen, a Bluetooth hands-free system and two additional surround-sound speakers in the rear doors. A smartphone can be connected without the need of a cable via Wireless SmartLink and Android Auto or Apple CarPlay, while the optional Phone Box enables inductive charging.

Range-topping system Amundsen with online-backed navigation and voice control

The top-end Amundsen infotainment system is characterised by a customisable 9.2-inch display, a Wi-Fi hotspot and a navigation function that is backed by online data. Music streaming services can be accessed via a paired smartphone. Maps can be stored on the 64-GB SSD hard drive and updated online. The gesture control feature comes as standard, while online-backed voice control via the Laura digital voice assistant who understands 15 languages is optional. The FABIA MONTE CARLO can be equipped with up to five USB-C sockets for charging additional mobile devices. These include two sockets in the front, and optionally two sockets in the rear as well as a socket on the rear-view mirror to power a dashcam, for example. The ŠKODA Sound System, with an additional amplifier and a subwoofer in the boot, is another optional extra, providing even better acoustics.

Infotainment apps for weather, news, calendar and traffic alerts

Via the Amundsen system’s display, a ŠKODA Connect account can be created or an existing account can be transferred to the FABIA MONTE CARLO. The innovative infotainment apps are just as easy to download. They offer weather reports and news, allow access to a personal Google calendar or warn of hazards. The Amundsen system also enables a wealth of mobile online services from ŠKODA Connect to be used. These include eCall, which automatically calls for emergency assistance in the event of an accident, Proactive Service (breakdown call), as well as remote vehicle access via the MyŠKODA app and the ŠKODA Connect web portal.

Monte-Carlo is a registered trademark by Monaco Brands.

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