Lamborghini and Amazon Alexa, now together

Lamborghini recently announced that they have integrated Alexa in their 2020 Huracán Evo.

For the first time in Supercars history, the Italian company introduces an infotainment system connected with digital service which doesn’t only allow drivers to adjust simple functions such as answering phone calls but also to modify seat-heating, interior lighting, regulate climate, change playlists as preferred, get updated on news and weather conditions. All of these functions simply working by the use of a voice command.

“The Huracán EVO is an outstanding driver’s car, and connectivity enables our customers to focus on the driving, thus enhancing their Lamborghini experience,” says Stefano Domenicali, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Automobili Lamborghini. “Lamborghini is a future shaper, and this is the first time an automaker will deliver in-cabin car control through Amazon Alexa to bring together car controls as well as smart commands and Alexa’s standard capabilities.”


The first step in a strategic collaboration with Amazon, the specially enhanced Human Machine Interface (HMI) system will allow continuous updating of Alexa’s functionality within Lamborghini models, and paves the way for future cooperation between the two companies: both companies are working to develop further connectivity innovations and integration with Amazon Web Services (AWS).

According to Lamborghini latest news , a rear-wheel drive (RWD) Huracán EVO Coupé was announced in January 2020, offering a highly emotive, purist, fun-to-drive experience. The First deliveries of the Huracán EVO RWD will start from spring 2020. The Alexa option will be available during the course of 2020 on the whole Huracán EVO family, including RWD.

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