See the tech inside the 2018 Cadillac Escalade ESV Platinum
Welcome to the 2018 Cadillac Escalade ESV Platinum, for a deep dive into all the tech inside of this big fellow.
Controlling infotainment is the Cue system, which is far from the best system out there.
And for folks who don't wanna mess around with q for entertainment, both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are here.
And they keep your smart phone's charged there's a wireless charging pad.
Being a Platinum model, not only is there a rear seat DVD entertainment system with two roof-mounted nine-inch screens, but there are a couple seven-inch headrest screens as well.
For safety this Escalade has got a head-up display, lane-keep assist, forward collision warning with auto-braking, blind spot monitoring, and adaptive cruise control.
All those are great for a day trip to Northern Michigan and back for confident lane changes This [UNKNOWN] relaxed ride with cruise, slowing down, and speeding up, to keep up with the flow of traffic.
Since the Escalade is more that 18 feet long, maneuvering it in parking lots is a challenge.
Thankfully, there's a 360 degree camera to help shoehorn this thing into parking spaces without bending any sheet metal.
Then for reversing out of spots, there's rear cross-traffic alert and reverse automatic breaking to prevent you from taking anything or anyone One out.
And that's a run down of all the technology inside of the $100,000 luxury barge known as the Cadilac Escalade ESV Platinum.
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