An overhead shot implies that the left and right seats within the proposed Cadillac cabin are usually separated by a very broad center console. Tablet products are attached to the back of every front seat for the advantage of the rear passengers, who also provide an upward-facing touchscreen installed between them. On closer examination, it becomes clear that this provides those passengers a choice of movies to watch, presumably on the pills directly in front of them.
The smartphone sits to the instant right of the driver on which appears to be a wireless charging protect. Ahead of this pad, another screen shows the HEATING AND COOLING (heating, ventilation and air flow conditioning) controls. These are similarly accessible to the driver plus front passenger, who can select different settings for their personal parts of the cabin, plus who in this case appear to possess quite different temperature specifications.
More driver-specific information is located on a further touchscreen towards the right of the heavily-sculpted controls.
Directly in front of the driver really are a speed readout (in kms per hour – we should remember that China uses the metric system), an outside temperature screen and a driving mode sign which shows that the driver offers selected ECO PRO. An extensive head-up display appears around the screen directly in front of the car owner, who can also see a portrayal of the route toward their next destination.
The display screen in front of the driver is similar to the 38-inch OLED display screen in the 2021 Cadillac Escalade , and considerably smaller compared to full-width item shown within a teaser video for your upcoming Cadillac Celestiq all-electric flagship sedan. Nevertheless , the graphic work is great, and the artist is obviously not short of imagination.
— Brian Finlay
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