Some of you might be wondering how we can compare the 2013 Cadillac XTS and the 2014 C7 Corvette Stingray when they are for completely different markets, and you would be right in that assumption. But it is pretty simple really, just take a look at the video below and this recent article that looked at the instrument cluster on the C7 and you will understand just what we mean.
The large digital gauge cluster in the 2013 Cadillac XTS is configurable with the first footage showing you the standard simple setting. You can also choose a balanced screen, which shows the three clusters or for those looking for something a little sportier then you can even choose a performance look. These cluster settings can be adjusted by using a toggle switch on the steering wheel.
However, the overall interior of the 2013 Cadillac XTS does have a more luxury feel, as you would imagine with the standout feature being the CUE – Cadillac User Experience – interface, which allows you to manage the sat-nav, audio system and climate control. That’s not all you can also connect to Pandora and even check out the latest weather reports.
Like we said above the XTS is in another market to the C7, but its competing market is the Lincoln MKS and Lexus ES. However, Autoblog fears that the shocking $44,000-$62,000 is a little too close to the Jaguar XF and Lexus GS, which could be a bit of a concern for Cadillac.
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