› New ŠKODA Digital Assistant Laura understands natural speech
› Amundsen infotainment system boasts the largest display in the segment
› eCall and Proactive Service free at all times with built-in eSIM as standard
In terms of infotainment and connectivity, the ŠKODA KAMIQ is one of the trailblazers in its segment – offering state-of-the-art technology, innovative applications and mobile services. Thanks to a built-in eSIM, the KAMIQ is always online. In addition to using touch control and gesture command, navigation, infotainment and telephone services can now also be operated with the new ŠKODA Digital Assistant Laura that can understand natural speech. The display belonging to the top-of-the-range Amundsen infotainment system is the biggest in the segment, and the Virtual Cockpit’s display is also one of the largest.
Reiner Katzwinkel, Head of Electric and Electronic Development at ŠKODA AUTO, said, “The ŠKODA KAMIQ is one of the first vehicles to be fitted with Volkswagen Group’s latest generation of infotainment and, thanks to the built-in eSIM, unlocks a completely new level of mobile online services from ŠKODA Connect. It is always online, offers free downloadable apps and convenient ‘over the-air’ map updates.”
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The ŠKODA KAMIQ is one of the first Volkswagen Group vehicles to be equipped with systems from the new, third generation of the modular infotainment matrix. The range-topping Amundsen infotainment system comes with a 9.2-inch touchscreen with a glass front – the largest in the segment – as well as online-backed 3D navigation, a 64-GB SSD hard drive for storing maps and an optional Wi-Fi hotspot. Bluetooth telephone and data connections are standard too, as is SmartLink technology, which also comes in a wireless version as an option (available only for Apple CarPlay at the moment). Amundsen always comes paired with the digital Virtual Cockpit, which can be individually configured. At 10.25 inches, its screen is one of the largest in the segment and provides a choice of five different layouts that range from Classic – displaying both a large speedo and the rev counter – to Basic, Modern and Sport as well as the Extended layout, which shows the map from the navigation system on a large scale.