Bert Ogden Cadillac: Head-Up Display System

It should come as no surprise that Cadillac is regarded as one of the most technologically advanced vehicles on the road. With an array of top-tier features and intuitive technology, every new Cadillac for sale in Southern Texas is designed to help you stay safe, no matter what journey you’re on. And thanks to features like the Cadillac Head-Up Display (HUD) system, you can drive confidently.

Wondering what the Head-Up Display system is and which new Cadillac trims offer the feature? Chat with the luxury car sales team at our Cadillac dealership near Mission to learn more about how this system works and which new XT5 or CT4 trims offer it. We can guide you through a step-by-step demonstration of how to use the Head-Up Display and you’ll quickly see all the benefits.

Head-up Display showing speed
Interior view of Cadillac CT4 dashboard with head-up display enabled

How Does the Cadillac Head-Up Display Work?

Head-Up Display in your Cadillac Escalade or XT6 is easy to use. When you turn it on, the HUD will display vital information by projecting it onto your windshield. The information is displayed directly in your field of vision, so you never have to take your eyes off the road to check speed, navigation or other tools you use often.

While the Head-Up Display feature is offered on many Cadillac models and various trims, Texans can also enjoy an augmented reality Head-Up Display in the new Cadillac LYRIQ. Get a new Cadillac model and trim comparison from our sales associates to see which vehicle suits you best.

Cadillac Head-up Display

What Does Head-Up Display Show on the Windshield?

The Head-Up Display in Cadillac models can show a variety of important information that you’ll need while driving. Some examples include:

  • Performance data: This view will show you the speedometer rating, the gear shift indicator, the RMPs, and the transmission position.
  • Audio and phone data: When you are on this view, you will see info about incoming calls, your current radio station, or the song that is playing from your connected device.
  • Speed data: Like the performance view, the speed view lets you see the speedometer reading. Just as helpful, it shows the speed limit (if it is known). If the vehicle is also equipped with Adaptive Cruise Control, the Vehicle Ahead Indicator, and Lane Departure Warning, you can also see those details here.
  • Navigation data: When on this view, you can see everything from the aforementioned speed view, plus Turn-by-Turn Navigation and a compass.

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