Cadillac Looks To Be First In Vehicle-To-Vehicle Communication

Posted on October 26, 2015

Speaking at a J.D. Power's Automotive Marketing Roundtable on Tuesday night, Cadillac CEO Johan de Nysschen said that his company will be the first brand to bring vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication technology to production with its 2017 CTS mid-size sedan.

Whether Cadillac will be the first or not is up for debate. Mercedes-Benz has already revealed that its 2017 E-Class, too, will offer V2V communication. Regardless, the tech is the next significant step toward fully functional autonomous cars — no matter what brand is first. V2V works by connecting cars via Wi-Fi signals, allowing them to share information about location and speed, as well as other driving and safety data.

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Comments ( 1 )
  • Kenneth Jones

     | about 5 years ago

    Good step by the auto major. whoever may be the first to introduce but it will definitely help the people extremely. Cadillac is now racing towards the no1 in innovating features in their car enabling drivers more safe and comfortable these cars are coming with modern features, they need to be taken care of regularly to avoid any type of heavy maintenance charges.some days before i was in Arlington with my 2 years old Mercedes and it suddenly started screaming, i got afraid but then went to <a href="">most experienced Mercedes repairing shop in Arlington</a> and i was happy with their instant service and reasonable repairing charges

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