You can now capture up on the current season of House of Cards while steering in solace in the back of your Cadillac. By having existing technologies including an occupant’s smartphone, a Google Chromecast and in-automobile 4G LTE Wi-Fi, the Cadillac CT6 sedan and the Cadillac Escalade SUV car now allow for in-automobile online streaming video using apps such as Hulu, Netflix or YouTube.
The equipment will be acquainted to anyone who uses a Chromecast or Apple TV machine at residence. The 2017 CT6 sedan and Escalade SUV car both offer breed-seat entertainment surfaces with a HDMI input signal.
With the help of WiFi and plugged in Chromecast, travelers can connect a smartphone to the Wi-Fi system and use apps to stream video onto the breed surfaces and onto the front infotainment screen if the automobile is in park. In the Cadillac CT6, each 10.0-inch screen operates independently and audio can be competed through any collection of the automobile’s sound system or wireless headphones.
Cadillac is including a free Chromecast device with the purchase of any CT6 that has the breed-seat entertainment option (it costs $2700 on the Premium Luxury cut and is regular on the Platinum cut. The Escalade’s entertainment equipment, which costs $1720 on Luxury versions and is normal on Standard Premium and Platinum trims, only has one 9.0-inch screen but operates similarly.
As of now, Escalade consumers don’t get the free Chromecast but, thinking the noble outgo of the luxury SUV automobile they’re buying, we think they can probably spend to purchase one of the $35 devices on their own.