The Cadillac user Experience Infotainment System had been recently upgraded. It will be featured through the 2017 Cadillac CTS while its production will begin as early as this week.
The updates to the Cadillac Infotainment System involve in-car functions to be featured at the upcoming 2017 Cadillac CTS event. According to Steve Martin, the spokesman for the automaker, they consulted with owners of the model's previous version who were situated from three continents. Their manifestations were then used to redesign the menu layouts and the user paths of the Cadillac infotainment system, reported Motor 1.
At present, the updated tech feature enables the user to create their very own Cadillac profile where they can store their radio presets, preferences, and on-screen button configurations. Its navigation options were also updated in the cloud and the settings can be customized while the user is driving. Other updated features include the Book car-sharing service, two-driver household, and the manual switching between Cadillac profiles when the driver starts the vehicle. the updated Cadillac infotainment system can also be synced to the user's smartphone. Furthermore, it will likewise make the driving experience easier and faster.
In other news, The Verge reported that the updated features were based upon customer's view on other products' infotainment features. These features were Tesla's iPad screens that appealed to customers who were tech-savvy, Audi's exceptional graphics and multimedia interface controller, Lincoln's button features, and other brand's audio system, fancy processors, and one-page engine manual.
The production of the next-generation user experience system will begin by next month, while features will be released at the 2017 Cadillac CTS event. The feature will be installed in the 2018 XTS and ATs models. Will the updated features make the models more competitive against the top-performing, tech-savvy brand such as Tesla, Audi, and Lincoln?