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cadillac wi-fi

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2015 Cadillac ATS coupe

The Cadillac ATS was one of our favorite new cars of 2013. A year later it's getting a significant visual refresh plus an extra dose of power and connectivity. We take it for a spin.

July 31, 2014

MSRP: $38,990.00


Ten telematics systems connect your car to the cloud

From OnStar to BlueLink, with all of the connectivity platforms in between: these automotive telematics platforms keep you connected to your car, even when you're not behind the wheel.

10 Images By June 3, 2013


Buick rolls with 4G

GM rolled out its first 4G-connected cars, and CNET was there to ride along and watch YouTube.

By July 15, 2014


Subaru Outback to double as Wi-Fi hot spot

Powered by Autonet Mobile, the yuppie-friendly mini-SUV now has an option for a 3G Internet subscription inside the car.

By July 16, 2010


Ford cars to become Wi-Fi hot spots

Using the next version Ford's in-car Sync system, vehicle owners can plug a broadband modem into built-in Wi-Fi, providing Internet access to all passengers.

By December 21, 2009


On the road with Autonet in-car Wi-Fi

We live blog our impressions of the Autonet in-car Wi-Fi access point from a moving vehicle!

By July 9, 2009


Automakers try to stay as smart as new phones

Automotive News reports on how automakers are integrating smart phone apps.

By October 28, 2010


Cadillac to offer in-car internet access

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.

By March 19, 2009


110: Cadillac puts wireless Internet in the CTS

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.

By March 21, 2009


Cadillac rolls out in-car Internet access

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.

By March 19, 2009