Cadillac has been riding on the praises of the 2014 CTS sedan grabbing Motor Trend’s Car of The Year award. Even though the CTS was brand new for 2014, Cadillac is giving the 2015 CTS sedan some minor updates.
Straight from Vera Sweeney’s (blogger for LadyAndTheBlog.com) twitter feed, are pictures of the newly revised 2015 CTS sedan. The sole visible change on the exterior is Cadillac’s new wreathless crest, which debuted on the 2015 ATS Coupe. The rest of the changes take place within the vehicle.
The main focus of the update involved Cadillac adding its latest OnStar system with 4G LTE connectivity and Wi-Fi hotspot as standard. With the 4G LTE connectivity, features such as remote door locking/unlocking, vehicle diagnostic reports and maintenance notifications are included. The CTS’s self-parking technology has been given the ability to pull into perpendicular spaces, allowing the CTS to potentially turn 90 degrees. Cadillac DockSpot – a wireless phone-charging pad – is a new option along with Crystal White and Dark Adriatic Blue paint schemes.
Safety was another key point for the 2015 CTS, lane-keeping assist and lane-change alert are optional extras for the Driver Awareness package. Cadillac has created a Teen Driver feature that allows parents to limit vehicle speed and audio volume, as well as a downloadable “report card” function. The report provides information on anti-lock braking engagement, top speed, open throttle events, mileage and more to the parents.
Besides the aforementioned changes, the 2015 CTS sedan remains the same as its stellar 2014 counterpart.