Congradulations! You’ve just won a FREE* iPad!!!11!1!1!!
It’s almost as if we’ve found ourselves in the shady part of the internet once again. Except when it comes to attaining a brand new Apple iPad, owners don’t need to sign up for a scam, they could simply buy a $44,995 2013 Cadillac XTS as it launches starting this month. The tablet will come with a Cadillac CUE App that enables shoppers to “test-drive” the system on the iPad whenever and wherever they so choose, as the CUE app replicates many of the controls and features of the CUE center stack. The app will allow XTS owners to better familiarize themselves with the auto industry’s first use of capacitive touch and familiar multi-touch gestures — which is a sexy feature in and of itself. We just can’t wait for the app store to launch.
In addition to the iPad, Cadillac stated in a press release that a total of 25 new Connected Customer Experts are being sent across the United States to support the launch of CUE. It will be the duty of these experts to provide a resource for in-car electronic technological training, sales and service assistance. Lastly, every Cadillac XTS and ATS buyer will receive a welcome call from a personal contact to answer questions and/or provide feedback.
Now, we would like to ask you: does the addition of an iPad sweeten the deal and add value to the purchase of the Cadillac XTS? Or does it come off as a stale gimmick? Sound off in the comment section below.