The infotainment and dashboard units of our cars have evolved over the years. Just like with our smartphones, the displays on these units are getting bigger, just look at what Tesla is offering its customers. However, it seems that the folks at Cadillac plan on taking the cake as they have announced that the 2021 Cadillac Escalade will feature a 38-inch curved OLED display.
Cadillac decided to put its nascent car sharing service on hold back in November last year due to what some believed was lackluster response. The company appears to be willing to give it another go. Cadillac executives have revealed that the company will be bringing back its Book by Cadillac car sharing service but there will be a few changes.
It was reported last week that General Motors will now be leading its push in the electric vehicle market under the Cadillac brand. A teaser image of the first Cadillac electric vehicle has now been posted online. As part of the company’s new strategy, Cadillac is now its lead EV brand and will be aggressively competing in this nascent market.
General Motors reportedly wants to push its electric vehicle efforts through Cadillac. According to a report, Cadillac is likely going to be the lead electric vehicle brand as the country’s largest car manufacturer is expected to launch a new Cadillac-branded electric car to take on Tesla.
General Motors’ Cadillac car subscription service costs $1,800 per month and according to a new report, it will be shut down before the end of this year. Called The Book by Cadillac, it was launched last year and allows subscribers to drive different Cadillac models every month for $1,800. It sounded like a pretty good deal for Cadillac fans who wanted to drive different models every month.
Super Cruise is what Cadillac calls its advanced driver assist system and many compared it to Tesla’s Autopilot semi-autonomous driving system. Super Cruise enables drivers to take their hands off the wheel when they’re driving on divided highways as it can keep the car in its lane using cameras, sensors, LIDAR, and mapping data. However, the system relies on an infrared camera on the steering column to ensure that drivers […]
When Tesla introduced Autopilot to its car, they made it pretty clear that Autopilot is not a self-driving feature. In fact to ensure that drivers kept their hands on the wheel, they made it so that the feature would not work unless drivers kept their hands on the wheel, otherwise they’d keep getting prompted.
As car manufacturers and even software companies work on self-driving cars, General Motors doesn’t want to be left out of the fray. At the Intelligent Transport System World Congress in Detroit GM CEO Mary Barra revealed that a fully self-driving Cadillac CTS Sedan will hit roads in 2017. ‘We are not doing this for the sake of the technology. We are doing it because it is what customers around the world […]
Many car manufacturers had committed to supporting Android Auto and CarPlay, the in-car OS experiences from Google and Apple, though only a few of them had ever really confirmed in which vehicles support will be provided. Announcements do appear to be picking up as only today GM confirmed that the 2016 Cadillac models are going to support both Android Auto and CarPlay across the line.
If you are itching to get your hands on a new car some time next year or the year after next, then you might want to check out the 2016 Cadillac CT6. What would make this particular ride more special than what we have seen in the past would be the fact that its new rear view mirror will not be a traditional rear view mirror, but rather, come in […]
When it comes to self-driving cars, there are still many different kinds of restrictions and limitations to think about, especially when it comes to revamping the different road and highway rules around. GM might have something interesting up their sleeves for us this coming 2017 when they roll out the new Super Cruise Cadillac, which is touted to be as close to a self-driving car as possible from GM. In […]