Posts filed under Cadillac technology

The Future of Cadillac: What Does 2017 Have In Store?

Since 1902 Cadillac has been an industry leader. For the 2017 year, the brand has several new technologies and vehicles on the horizon. From reducing greenhouse gas emissions to expanding performance options, Cadillac has some exciting things in store for the upcoming year. According to the brand website, the future of Cadillac revolves around eco-friendly… (read more)

Cadillac’s Rear Camera Mirror Wins “Best of What’s New” Award

In the future, our cars may no longer have rearview mirrors; instead, they’ll have displays hooked up to a camera pointed at whatever’s behind the car. And in the future, we’ll remember that it all started with Cadillac’s Rear Camera Mirror technology, which has been named a 2015 Popular Science “Best of What’s New” award… (read more)

GM and Tula Technology, Inc. Team Up to Create Revolutionary Fuel Saving Technology

Back in 2012, General Motors invested in Silicon Valley startup Tula Technology, Inc. with high hopes of developing a revolutionary fuel saving technology. Less than three years later, and GM Ventures is optimistic that its investment will pay off through a technology that could be deployed in future gasoline-powered GM vehicles. According to a recent… (read more)

Advanced Driving Technologies Coming to Cadillac in 2017

At the recent Intelligent Transport System (ITS) World Congress in Detroit, General Motors CEO Mary Barra talked about future advanced driving technologies coming to Cadillac in a keynote address. She specifically mentioned two technologies, the Super Cruise driver assistance system and vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications. Both of these high-tech features will find their way into the… (read more)

Cadillac’s ‘Onboard Weather Station’ Deliver Peak Engine Performance

Cadillac has built its reputation on styling and performance and now it is borrowing a technique from meteorologists to enhance the latter.  Cadillac’s new Twin-Turbo V6 engine utilizes an “onboard weather station” in order o maximize engine output. The revolutionary system employs a set of sensors in order to constantly monitor air pressure, intake humidity… (read more)