The new Cadillac CT6 and Escalade SUV models have massively increased the amount of media that passengers can watch while they ride thanks to the inclusion of a streaming video system. Through the use of a Google Chromecast, in-car 4G LTE Wi-Fi, and one's smartphone, the CT6 sedan and Escalade SUV allow passengers to stream Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, or any other video on the cars' rear screens.
Rear-seat entertainment screens are far from a new development for cars, however most systems up until now have required users to have a healthy collection of Blu-rays and DVDs. Cadillac's new system, which includes a free Chromecast with the purchase of a vehicle, frees passengers from physical media, opening up vast libraries of content. Essentially, the system lets users consume media in the same way that they do while relaxing at home.
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The Cadillac CT6 and Escalade SUV Offer Streaming Video for Passengers
- By: Joey HaarNov 17, 2016