Cadillac CT6 Puts Safety First

Posted on May 2, 2016

The Cadillac CT6 uses a driver's seat vibration to warn drivers who are backing out of a parking space that they are at risk of coming into contact with another vehicle.

That's just one of an arsenal of available safety features, including everything from pedestrian detection with auto braking to more cameras than MGM. Those cameras not only provide the driver a 360-degree view around CT6, they also, if the security system is triggered, can video-record that view when the CT6 is parked.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch article here

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