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Cadillac has announced the availability of an in-car wireless internet option on its CTS sport sedan beginning in April in the US. The new option will be called Cadillac WiFi (sic) by Autonet which will be dealer-installed.
Cadillac offers wireless Internet in the CTS, sporty hybrids on the way from Honda and Toyota, gadgets that do a virtual repo when you miss a payment, and a very slick little car PC.
Autonet Mobile technology can be dealer-installed on the Cadillac CTS as of April. The transportable device itself will have an MSRP of $499, and the service will cost $29 per month.