2015 Cadillac CTS Sedan Peeks Out In New OnStar Ad: Video6
Last week, GM Authority showed you among the first sightings of the facelifted Cadillac CTS for 2015 – a behind-the-scenes take on a commercial shoot. Now we have an honest-to-God commercial that shows the 2015 CTS in all its glory, courtesy of OnStar. What changes do you notice?
One thing that isn’t news that the CTS with OnStar 4G LTE allows you to consult with an OnStar advisor to find the places you want to go – your own personal concierge, so to speak. But these days the news on the gee-whiz front is built-in Wi-fi that creates the opportunity to have a hot-spot on wheels. OnStar and the CTS’ connectedness gives you the ability to make any trip feel like a journey shared with family and friends. That’s a nice sentiment that resonates with a lot of folks.
You can learn more about the 2015 Cadillac CTS’ technological abilities at www.onstar.com/4GLTE. For detailed changes for the 2015 CTS, stick with GM Authority for updates when they happen.
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Must be a preproduction model, look at how the window moldings from the front and rear passenger doors not align at the end of the video shot at :47 seconds.
It is as most production cars do not start till late June or early July.
the front badge looks better than I thought it motion.. i still think it should be lower though
love the North American car, but I’m Spanish, and I fail to understand is the Onstar and how it works
Someone can tell me? Thank you¡¡
Regards from Spain
It is a satellite link to the car that goes to a call center and they ask you or help you with what ever service they offer.
They also can monitor the car so if you get a trouble code or air bag going off they can see if they can help.
To be honest people either love it or could care less. For me there is nothing my cell phone can not handle and I am so very seldom out of range of a cell tower.
Also once I asked for directions to the GM Goodwrench racing team shop in North Carolina and GM OnStar could not tell me. LOL!
It is one of those things that is good for some and not all. I expect it and Satellite radio may change as the web hot spots in a car become more common.
In other words I expect this to be old technology soon. Very soon cars will be just one big smart phone on wheels.
Thanks Scott for your words¡¡