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Toyota To Introduce Amazon Alexa In It's Vehicles

With Alexa, customers can simply ask for directions, control entertainment, get the news, add items to a shopping list, control their smart home while on the road, and more.

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Highlights

  • Amazon Alexa is Amazon's intelligent cloud based voice service
  • This will allow the customers in US to interact with Alexa in the car
  • Customers can simply ask for directions, control entertainment and more

Toyota announced at the CES 2018, that it will introduce Amazon Alexa, Amazon's intelligent cloud based voice service, within select Toyota and Lexus vehicles with Toyota Entune 3.0 App Suite and Lexus Enform App Suite 2.0 in 2018. Additional models will be available in 2019. This feature will allow Toyota and Lexus customers in the United States to interact with Alexa in the car. Alexa can help customers with thousands of things and connects to more than a thousand third-party smart home products for added convenience and ease of use.

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"Voice services are rapidly becoming more popular and through our integration with Amazon Alexa, Toyota and Lexus customers will soon be able to easily speak to Alexa in their cars while on-the-go," said Zack Hicks, Senior VP, Toyota Motor North America and CEO and president, Toyota Connected.

With Alexa, customers can simply ask for directions, control entertainment, get the news, add items to a shopping list, control their smart home while on the road, and more.

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John Scumniotales, Head, Product, Amazon Alexa Automotive said, "We're thrilled that Toyota and Lexus will bring Alexa to customers on the road. Our vision for Alexa is that she should be everywhere a customer might need her - at home, in the office, on phones - and in cars. This integration means that customers can interact with Alexa, virtually anywhere they drive."

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Once Alexa is enabled, just ask her to do things like adjust your smart home's temperature so it's comfortable when you get there, add milk to your shopping list on your way to the store, or listen to your audiobook from Audible.

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