A Jeep relaunches a classic North American model with new features: Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer 2022 will have the device Amazon Built-in Fire TV. You vehicles will be the first with the company's gadget already in the system, straight from the factory.

In addition to watching series and movies from streaming services through Fire TV, passengers can play and access the virtual assistant Alexa. To prevent the driver from being disturbed on the way, a privacy filter on the front passenger's screen is activated.

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Wagoneer and Grand Wagooner enter the US, Mexico and Canada markets in the autumn of the northern hemisphere.
Wagoneer and Grand Wagooner enter the US, Mexico and Canada markets in the autumn of the northern hemisphere. Image: Jeep / Disclosure

With the car stopped, drivers are also able to access the device from the main screen. Another feature allows each person inside the vehicle to perform a different activity with the Fire TV.

To use the gadget you need to connect an Amazon account. This also allows an episode started inside the vehicle to be continued at home, or vice versa, by Prime Video, service of streaming of big tech. There is also the option to download the desired files beforehand, without using the internet on the road.

The Fire TV comes with a remote control and the car is equipped with touch screens. The service inside Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer can also be accessed with voice command. Maps and weather are other items available.

“With the Fire TV built-in, users can watch their favorite series, check if they left the house lights on with the Alexa and have several advantages through the Uconnect system ”, said the vice president and general manager of Amazon Fire TV, Sandeep Gupta.

But, to the disappointment of the Brazilians, the Jeep it will be available in the United States, Canada and Mexico in the autumn of the northern hemisphere (spring in the southern part of the globe). The first Wagoneer started to be marketed in 1963. The Grand Wagoneer model entered the market in 1984.

Street: Engadget