The Cadillac CT6 provides a lot of firsts for the Cadillac brand itself. It’s the first vehicle to utilize General Motors’ Omega platform, features an exclusive Bose Panaray sound system and much more.
However, Cadillac has detailed another trick the CT6 has up its sleeve. In another industry-first move, the Cadillac CT6 also features a surround-view video recording system.
Cameras are placed in strategic locations throughout the vehicle, with two different modes. The front and rear cameras may be used while the vehicle is in operation, while the surround-view records when the security system is armed, and the vehicle has been tampered with. The system provides a full 360-degree view of the car, and is also used via CUE to aid in parking.
Captured footage is stored in the vehicle’s SD card, in which Cadillac hopes will be helpful to aid in security and collision evidence, should the need arise.
Would you ever think your car would be recording you? Think again.