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.
The Cadillac CT6 and Escalade SUV Offer Streaming Video for Passengers
1. In-vehicle Streaming - The Cadillac CT6 and Escalade SUV offer streaming video for passengers, showcasing the trend of in-vehicle streaming in the automotive industry.
2. Wireless Connectivity - The inclusion of 4G LTE Wi-Fi and smartphone integration in the Cadillac CT6 and Escalade SUV exemplify the trend of wireless connectivity in the automotive industry.
3. Content Consumption Anywhere - With the ability to stream popular platforms like Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube, the CT6 and Escalade SUV enable content consumption anywhere, illustrating the trend of consuming media outside traditional spaces.
1. Automotive - In-car streaming systems like those found in the Cadillac CT6 and Escalade SUV are disrupting the automotive industry by providing a new level of entertainment and connectivity for passengers.
2. Entertainment - The inclusion of streaming video systems in cars expands the entertainment industry's reach by allowing users to consume media on the go, creating new opportunities for content creators and distributors.
3. Telecommunications - The integration of 4G LTE Wi-Fi in vehicles presents a disruptive innovation opportunity for the telecommunications industry to provide seamless connectivity and data services to passengers on the move.