PEKIN, Illi. - Cadillac customers will never look into their rearview mirrors the same way again! General Motors has recently announced that the 2016 Cadillac CT6 will feature a revolutionary camera-based rearview mirror, a system that will clear up a driver's field of vision by 300 percent. This advanced technology is replacing the traditional rearview mirror with streaming digital video that will not only show what is behind the vehicle, but will also remove any obstructions such as passengers, headrests, and even the vehicle's roof and rear pillars.
Drivers of the 2016 Cadillac CT6 will be seeing things differently with help from a revolutionary camera-based rearview mirror. According the Cadillac CT6 executive chief engineer Travis Hester, the only thing comparable to this kind of rear vision is the view you would have while driving a convertible with the top down! Cadillac CT6 customers will say goodbye to blind spots and glare because the camera's video feed has a high dynamic range, providing drivers with a clear-cut image of the lanes behind them during any hour of the day. The system's HD camera is also covered by a water-shedding hydrophobic coating to help keep it clean during even the toughest of driving conditions.
GM researchers and engineers working on the new video mirror have already been awarded 10 different patents for this technology - one for the streaming mirror and nine for the video processing capabilities like de-warping, glare reduction, and image calibration. Consumers will be able to see the new rearview camera feed and the 2016 CT6 at the New York Auto Show in March 2015.
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