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Inside Cadillac’s early bet on Vehicle-to-Vehicle tech

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Until now, the only way one car could communicate with another was if the driver leaned on the horn or made imaginative hand-signals to their fellow motorists. With the arrival of the 2017 Cadillac CTS, though, all of a sudden the vehicle itself gets chatty. Making V2V, or Vehicle-to-Vehicle, communication a standard feature, it promises not only an increase in on-road safety but to pave the way to new semi-autonomous and self-driving features. The big question is, with Vehicle-to… well, anything still in its infancy, why is Cadillac making the jump now?

Cadillac Racing to Start St. Pete Pirelli World Challenge Seventh and Tenth

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac V-Performance Racing drivers Johnny O'Connell (Flowery Branch, Ga. ) and Michael Cooper (Syosset, N. Y) will start the first race of the 2017 Pirelli World Challenge (PWC) GT season from seventh and tenth (unofficial) on the GT grid for tomorrow's first race of a double-header weekend at the Grand Prix of St.

Cadillac builds its first cars that can talk to each other

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - When—and not if—your car begins talking to other vehicles on the road, it probably won't be as profane as its driver. Both Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz are building new cars that are capable of vehicle-to-vehicle communications, albeit with one major caveat: they can't talk to each other.

GM's Slow Early Launch Of V2V Communications Now To Reach Critical Mass For Automated Vehicles

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac's introduction of V2V communications on the updated 2017 CTS is likely just the start of a wider deployment of the technology to reach critical mass when self-driving cars arrive

Awkward: Cadillac launches vehicle-to-vehicle tech as Wikileaks shares docs on CIA car snooping

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Vehicle-to-vehicle communications systems are a Very Big Deal that few people are talking about. This week, Cadillac tried to change that by announcing the roll-out of V2V technology on new models.