Car­mak­ers also fo­cus on user in­ter­face

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The new mod­els of Cadil­lac fo­cus on the so-called Cadil­lac user ex­pe­ri­ence or CUE. Now Cadil­lac users can put away their phones or tablets, yet chan­nel the de­vices’ ca­pa­bil­ity and me­dia into the car us­ing an el­e­gant and in­tu­itive user ex­pe­ri­ence. The CUE innovations are pri­mar­ily fo­cused on prox­im­ity sens­ing, nat­u­ral voice recog­ni­tion, hap­tic feed­back and a unique ca­pac­i­tive touch­screen. Prox­im­ity sens­ing min­imises the dis­play when not in use. The hap­tic feed­back gives users a puls­ing sen­sa­tion when they se­lect menu items. The 8-inch ca­pac­i­tive touch­screen al­lows for swipe and pinch­ing ges­tures to move and re­size items on the main screen. The built-in 3D nav­i­ga­tion in­cludes turn-by-turn nat­u­ral speech recog­ni­tion and auto-fill lo­ca­tion in­put. The CUE de­signer team has also opened up the Linux-based CUE plat­form to de­vel­op­ers, to en­sure that the CUE stays ahead of tech trends al­ways.

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