CUE Infotainment System
While other automakers make claims about their intelligent, robust infotainment systems, none stack up to the Cadillac User Experience (CUE) interface. As one of Popular Mechanics Top Gadgets of 2012, the CUE infotainment system was recognized for its innovation and potential impact on the automotive industry. The CUE infotainment system earned the Popular Mechanics designation at the annual CES Innovations Awards in Las Vegas, where a panel of judges was able to compare it against similar OEM and after-market systems. But lo and behold, the CUE infotainment system emerged as the only automaker to leave the awards ceremony with a Popular Mechanics award.
What is the CUE Interface?
The CUE interface is an entertainment and information hub positioned in the center stack of new vehicles like the Cadillac XTS, SRX, and ATS. The 8-inch touch screen interface uses all the intuitive touch screen motions of smartphones and tablets to navigate while Natural Voice Recognition allows for hands and eyes-free use. In terms of information, the CUE interface provides a 3D navigation system, Doppler weather maps, and all the personalized data from your Bluetooth connected smartphone. In fact, the CUE interface allows up to ten Bluetooth connected devices so several users can connect their most frequently used devices.
Through Bluetooth connectivity, the CUE welcomes your music library and acts as your personal DJ as you request music using the Natural-Voice Recognition system. Add apps like Pandora radio to your favorites so they are easily accessible from your home screen or utilize HD radio to connect you to your favorites from the entertainment industry. Despite the advanced technology, the CUE is intuitive and simple for users with any level of familiarity with in-car infotainment systems. You need a vehicle that meets the demands of your connected lifestyle, and as usual, Cadillac delivers.