Car can also be equipped with a rear seat infotainment system.

Cadillac is looking to give the CT6 a boost by highlighting the car's rear seat infotainment system and surround-view video recording system.

Starting inside the car, the model can be equipped with an optional rear seat infotainment system which adds two 10-inch displays which retract into the front seat backs when not in use.  The displays can be used to play movies, view media information, and adjust the rear seat massage function - among other things.

Rear seat passengers aren't just stuck to just DVDs as Cadillac points out the car has HDMI and USB ports which can be used with devices such as Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, or Google Chromecast.  This, combined with the car's built-in 4G LTE connectivity, means passengers can stream content from Netflix, Hulu, or YouTube.

The rear seat infotainment system is standard on the CT6 Platinum and available as part of the Rear Seat Package on CT6 Luxury and CT6 Premium Luxury.

Besides offering a rear seat infotainment system, the CT6 can be equipped with the industry's first surround-view video recording system.  The system uses four of the vehicles’ seven exterior cameras and can be configured to run in two different modes: front and rear cameras during driving or all four cameras when the security system is activated.  Footage is captured on an SD card located in the trunk and Cadillac envisions it will be used to record memorable drives or documenting an accident.

The Surround Vision camera system and its video recording function in standard on a variety of models including the CT6 Luxury, Premium Luxury, and Platinum.

Source: Cadillac

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