Cadillac offering in-car WiFi

Cadillac is offering an in-car WiFi option for its CTS sport sedan beginning in April. The new option, called Cadillac WiFi by Autonet, will be installed by the dealer with a $499 price tag with a $29 per month fee. Autonet Mobile, which is supplying the offering, says early market experience shows that in-vehicle WiFi will appeal to families.

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