It can be a nightmare to tide over the congested freeways and crowded parking structures. Now, safety technologies from Cadillac promise to do away with these rigors of the daily travel. Those parking lots are packed with cars that have no clue to see what’s coming or make out the parking deck at work. The drivers have to get over these issues and hassles every day.
Cadillac has always tried to improve their vehicles and now Cadillac has made an announcement that their three new Cadillac models including ATS sport sedan will have an advanced safety feature that will stop the vehicle in low speed conditions to avoid crashes. The company said that they have come up with better feature called Front and Rear Automatic Braking which works like a virtual bumper in the car. The system works when the driver fails to see another vehicle or object in front of the vehicle. Cadillac announced that this new feature is a part of the new optional Driver Assist Package.
Cadillac has incorporated lot of new safety features in the new Cadillac ATS and XTS 2013. However, the automaker decided to do some tests at the most famous New York’s Brooklyn Bridge. The company said that they have taken both the cars for testing Cadillac’s new Driver Awareness and Driver Assist which would allow the car to maintain safe distance even in the stop and go traffic. General Motors engineers decided to go for the most popular Brooklyn Bridge because it has an intricate metal design and has lot of traffic volume that will allow the engineers to handle the test in the best possible way.
General Motors have been talking a lot about the all new 2013 Cadillac ATS which is going to be one of the most anticipated cars of the year. Now, Cadillac has made an announcement that they have started with the production of the much awaited Cadillac ATS 2013 at the Lansing Grand River assembly plant in Michigan and the car will be out in the dealerships by August 2012. Cadillac said that 2013 Cadillac ATS will be a great luxury compact sports sedan that will appeal to many buyers around the world and especially in the United States.
Millions of Americans love to drive when they are taking a break from their hectic schedule and getting away with their friends and family members. General Motors understand that getaway moments are really important for their customers and therefore they have incorporated unique Cargo Management System in their Cadillac SRX crossover. Elizabeth Pilibosian, Chief Engineer for Cadillac SRX said the company puts a lot of effort and features in the SRX to provide customers with options that they really want in their cars. With Cabin Management System GM wanted to make sure that they maximize the total cargo space that can make a difference especially for long trips.
With the advancement of technology in all fields, the automobile industry is not left behind. Cadillac has introduced the all-new Cadillac User Experience (CUE), which lets you take home an iPad along with your car. You would get a feel of the car and its features through a test drive, which you can take on your personalized iPad provided by the company. The CUE has now become a part of every Cadillac model and according to the company sources; the customers just love it.