Designing computers that power navigation, climate control, and multimedia function into a user-friendly manner has been the challenge to all programmers in the Automotive Industry. The main purpose of redefining car's infotainment system is to revert driver's attention to using smartphones for any reason. Thus, using a much simpler and effective infotainment system eradicate the hazards and promote safety behind the wheels.
Cadillac is trying to promote a new way to look at infotainment system into a much easier and user-friendly manner, and at the same time serves as safety tools in navigation and other reasons with the use of its new Cadillac CTS CUE rendition. According to Car Buzz, the new CUE of Cadillac will have a "fully stocked app suite, and cloud-based driver preferences that make it easy to retain settings when switching vehicles, the system has had a major overhaul that makes it easier to use."
The Cadillac CTS Cue rendition introduces new software that is easier to use and more responsive compared to the first renders. It also possesses extended capabilities that support onboard WiFi functionalities, and local traffic and weather information access. Cadillac guarantees the all new and improved CUE will uncover a striking and solid infotainment system that is organized and of course, user-friendly.
Reports suggest that the best user experience with the infotainment system includes minimized time in extracting information while interacting with a different variety of features and controls by itself, or through centrally mounted buttons that help shorten the time. Thus, the reason Cadillac aims to mimic smartphone functionality make screen navigation easy and organized.
The CUE Infotainment system will first roll out to CTS models then is expected to migrate in the new XTS and ATS sedans coming next year. Unfortunately, current Cadillac owners are not allowed to upgrade the software. Buyer will be treated with a free one year CUE's connected services.