Cadillac CUE System Wins Tech Award

Posted on January 30, 2012

LAS VEGAS — Cadillac’s infotainment and control system, the Cadillac User Experience (CUE), has won the Top Gadgets of 2012: Editor’s Choice Award by Popular Mechanics magazine at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Cadillac was the only auto manufacturer to receive an award.

The CUE was picked because of its innovative technology and potential impact on the auto industry. “After seeing an earlier demonstration of the system at the Los Angeles Auto Show, I knew it would be a strong candidate for an award at CES,” said Andrew Del-Colle, assistant editor of Popular Mechanics. “The show offered a great opportunity to compare the CUE with many other OEM and aftermarket systems, and it stood out to us for its innovative use of new standards such as HTML 5, and for its intuitive user interface.”

The CUE system will debut in the Cadillac XTS and the ATS sedans.

Related: Cadillac Adds Advanced Tech System To XTS.


Related Topics: Cadillac, Cadillac CUE, Cadillac XTS, entertainment electronics, vehicle technology

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