• Cadillac CUE integrates interior design with industry-first control and command technologies. It will debut in 2012 in the ATS and XTS luxury sedans and SRX luxury crossover. Shown are the fully reconfigurable gauge cluster, heads-up display, steering wheel controls and capacitive touch main screen.

  • Cadillac CUE integrates interior design with industry-first control and command technologies. It will debut in 2012 in the ATS and XTS luxury sedans and SRX luxury crossover, and features a 1.8 liter storage compartment behind the main system touch screen. The compartment features USB, power and wireless Bluetooth connections for devices and smartphones.
  • Cadillac CUE integrates interior design with industry-first control and command technologies. It will debut in 2012 in the ATS and XTS luxury sedans and SRX luxury crossover, and features a 1.8 liter storage compartment behind the main system touch screen. The compartment features a USB port and wireless Bluetooth connections for devices and smartphones.
  • Cadillac CUE integrates interior design with industry-first control and command technologies. It will debut in 2012 in the ATS and XTS luxury sedans and SRX luxury crossover, and features an 8-inch main LCD multi-touch screen that is customizable to display various menus and system controls.
  • Cadillac CUE integrates interior design with industry-first control and command technologies. It will debut in 2012 in the ATS and XTS luxury sedans and SRX luxury crossover. The vibrant LCD multi-touch screen has large icons similar to multi-touch smartphones but also features haptic touch response and proximity sensing to dim the display when not in use.
  • Cadillac CUE integrates interior design with industry-first control and command technologies. It will debut in 2012 in the ATS and XTS luxury sedans and SRX luxury crossover. The main 8-inch LCD touch-screen display can be fully customized to driver preferences and paired to up to 10 Bluetooth-enabled mobile devices such as smartphones, MP3 players and USB storage devices.
  • Cadillac CUE integrates interior design with industry-first control and command technologies. It will debut in 2012 in the ATS and XTS luxury sedans and SRX luxury crossover. The 3D navigation has day/night modes, travel and traffic information, weather horizons and voice recognition. (Day mode shown.)
  • Cadillac CUE integrates interior design with industry-first control and command technologies. It will debut in 2012 in the ATS and XTS luxury sedans and SRX luxury crossover. The 3D navigation has day/night modes, travel and traffic information, weather horizons and voice recognition. (Night mode shown.)
  • Cadillac CUE integratesinterior design with industry-first control and command technologies. It will debut in 2012 in the ATS and XTS luxury sedans and SRX luxury crossover, and features a large vibrant LCD screen that serves as the central hub for driver and vehicle information and control systems. The customizable menu selections can be configured from the "simple user" to the fully-connected "super user," and grouped by users, devices, functions and favorites.
  • Cadillac CUE integrates interior design with industry-first control and command technologies. It will debut in 2012 in the ATS and XTS luxury sedans and SRX luxury crossover. It features a 12.3-inch reconfigurable gauge cluster (on select models) and offers four selectable displays: Simple (shown), Enhanced, Balanced and Performance, which can mix between vehicle data, entertainment, navigation and 3D vehicle image.

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