Cadillac CUE Infotainment System in 2012, XTS Interior Revealed

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Yesterday, we brought you the first shots of Cadillac ATS sedan, as it was being thrashed around the Nurburgring. Interesting revelations from that video included the fact that the sportier version might be powered by a V8 engine after all.
We also got to see the interesting mix of luxury and sportiness the interior of the ATS brought, and now, thanks to the reveal of the CUE infotainment system, we can also show you the inside of the XTS, the four-door that replaces the DTS and STS.

The CUE (Cadillac User Experience) system will debut next year on the XTS, ATS and SRX crossover, and we have to say that we’re impressed with the look of the thing.

“CUE will transform personal transportation by simply and efficiently integrating luxury design and instinctive technology with unparalleled levels of customized connectivity”, said Cadillac’s vice president of marketing Don Butler.

“It doesn’t replace your smartphone or your iPod”, explains Micky Bly, executive director of global electronic systems, infotainment and electrification. “Rather it allows consumers to securely store those devices and receive all information through a central port, keeping hands on the wheel and eyes on the road.”

The system centers around an 8-inch color LCD touch screen display that’s located at the top of your console. The menu should be familiar to any iPhone or Galaxy user, and caters to all your entertainment, weather and navigation needs. If they get this one right, Cadillacs will suddenly become a lot more appealing across the world.

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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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