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Hands on with Cadillac’s wide-angle, LCD rear-view mirror

Hands on with Cadillac’s wide-angle, LCD rear-view mirror to create the Rear Camera Mirror, as Cadillac calls it, after announcing the concept a year ago as a “streaming video mirror,” as if it could play Snapchat clips.The image is fed to the 1280-by-240 pixel LCD display (171 pixels per inch) embedded in the rear view mirror.

Cadillac Escala concept car uses super-bright OLED displays

Cadillac Escala concept car uses super-bright OLED displays The Cadillac Escala concept car shows the brand’s desire to become the Cadillac of motorcars once again.That’s important for cars when the early morning or late afternoon sun comes in a side window and shines directly on the dashboard’s flat panel displays.

The 2016 Cadillac CT6 makes rear seat entertainment cool again with streaming media, 4G LTE

The 2016 Cadillac CT6 makes rear seat entertainment cool again with streaming media, 4G LTE The center armrest of the CT6 with the Rear Seat Package integrates an HDMI jack, two USB jacks, an audio line-in jack, and a remote control.AT&T’s published rates for fixed amounts of data range from 1GB per month for $30 to 10GB per month for $80 to 100GB per month for $450.

Consumer Reports announces most, least reliable cars — with plenty of surprises

Consumer Reports announces most, least reliable cars — with plenty of surprises New cars and cars with lots of technology continue to be a challenge for automakers to build and buyers to figure out, according to Consumer Reports’ annual car reliability ratings.Meanwhile, Asian brands led by Lexus and Toyota took seven of the top 10 spots along with Buick (!

Consumer Reports announces most, least reliable cars - with plenty of surprises

Consumer Reports announces most, least reliable cars - with plenty of surprises New cars and cars with lots of technology continue to be a challenge for automakers to build and buyers to figure out, according to Consumer Reports’ annual car reliability ratings.They do look cool, but owners’ ratings pushed the Model X into the 10-worst-models ranking and dragged Tesla down to 25 of 29 brands.

Cadillac’s next-gen infotainment system aims for a smartphone-like experience

Cadillac’s next-gen infotainment system aims for a smartphone-like experience When it comes to luxury-car infotainment systems, Cadillac User Experience (CUE) has lagged behind the competition.Debuting on the 2017 CTS sedan, the new CUE features greater scope for personalization, cloud-based features, and a new app store called Collection.

Cadillac's new cars can talk to each other about road conditions

Cadillac's new cars can talk to each other about road conditions V2V-enabled autos share information about road conditions with other connected cars in their vicinity, which in turn helps drivers identify and avoid potential pitfalls even before reaching the trouble spots on the road.The CTS' V2V tech depends on a combination of Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC) and GPS to share road data with other cars.

Super Cruise: Will Cadillac's self-driving car be better than Tesla?

Super Cruise: Will Cadillac's self-driving car be better than Tesla? The company said Super Cruise will be the safest self-driving technology on the highway because of extensive features that make sure the driver doesn’t forget about driving the car.“Unlike other driver assistance systems,” Cadillac says, “Super Cruise utilizes two advanced technology systems — a driver attention system and precision lidar map data — to ensure safe and confident vehicle operation.

GM comes after Tesla with its own semi-autonomous driving system for Cadillac

GM comes after Tesla with its own semi-autonomous driving system for Cadillac Make some room in the cruising lane, Tesla: Cadillac's Super Cruise is ready for action.The long-developed product, coming as an add-on feature for the 2018 CT6 sedan, will jockey with Tesla's Autopilot to be the best semi-autonomous experience on the highway.

Cadillac's Hands-Free 'Super Cruise' Takes Over This Fall

Cadillac's Hands-Free 'Super Cruise' Takes Over This Fall Featured in the 2018 Cadillac CT6, the hands-free program allows motorists to safely complete menial tasks, like using the navigation system, adjusting the radio, or taking a phone call.The luxury automaker’s answer to Tesla Autopilot, Super Cruise is based on a network of cameras and radar sensors, paired with driver-attention tech and precision LiDAR map data “to ensure safe and confident vehicle operation.

How Self-Driving Cars Work, and When They'll Get Real

How Self-Driving Cars Work, and When They'll Get Real The first truly hands-off, self-driving cars will be here within five years.A couple automakers say they’ll have higher-level autonomous cars for sale late this year or next.

Good Cars, Poor Sales: Why GM Might Kill Off 6 Sedans

Good Cars, Poor Sales: Why GM Might Kill Off 6 Sedans As the auto industry shifts from sedans to crossovers, SUVs, and pickups, some pretty decent sedans from GM and others will be end-of-lifed.When the Chevrolet Impala arrived four years ago, it became our Editors’ Choice.