The all-new Cadillac CTS4 bristled with technological superiority with assets such as seat belt alerts and tightening to prevent hitting obstacles or to avoid collisions.
All this and other technological advantages are aimed to take on the German hegemony in the automotive market, opine car experts.
Cadillac, a division of General Motors, has unveiled its new remodeled Cadillac CTS 4 replete with so many technological assets, including adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist and rear automatic breaking that the car can practically drive on its own. Further, the rear camera helps the drivers reverse with ease, while multiple displays, alerts and beeps from forward collision, side blind zone, rear cross-traffic alerts and lane-change alerts keep the driver informed of all dangers and obstacles while driving.
The high-beam automatically dips when the car encounters oncoming traffic and the wipers feature ‘rainsense’ technology. The ‘auto stop’ feature shuts the car engine at traffic lights; this feature combined with active fuel management and direct injection promises a 22 mpg mileage despite the 337 horsepower delivered by 3.6 L V6 engines and the rather heavy-weight 3,745 pounds of the new Cadillac CTS.
The new CTS features Cadillac’s Cue Infotainment System which comes with Bose speakers, enhancing the effect of music in the vehicle. The infotainment system allows music to be accessed from any other device too, including mobile phone, iPod, hard drive etc. The new Cadillac CTS comes with an inbuilt 4G hotspot as well and also the Apple CarPlay.
Cadillac seems to have reinvented itself with this new CTS; a formidable opponent capable of taking on the German adversaries. In addition to the advanced technological assets, the newly overhauled Cadillac CTS offers a smooth drive, handles well and accelerates swiftly for an overall great driving experience, according to mnn.com.
Cadillac has got a new leadership in the form of Johan de Nysschen, an ex-employee of Nissan, the Japanese auto giant. By 2020, the company plans to invest $12 billion dollars to develop and bring out eight new models. According to the New York Times, de Nyscchen is looking at more number of crossover models.