Cadillac’s infotainment system may include the vehicle’s audio system, climate control settings, navigation, vehicle settings and additional advanced features, such as Surround Vision, if equpped. It uses Bluetooth or USB to connect to compatible devices, such as smartphones, flash drives or portable audio players and offers hands-free voice control.
Feature availability and functionality may vary among Cadillac vehicles. Consult your Owner’s Manual for specific details.
Radio stations from AM, FM, or available DAB+ can be stored in any order.
Tune in to the desired station.
Touch and hold the desired Favorite button until a beep is heard.
Repeat to store other favorite stations.
Use hands-free voice control to change the music source and make phone calls (after pairing your Bluetooth-enabled phone).
Press the Push to Talk button on the steering wheel.
You will hear a prompt followed by a beep.
Following the beep, say a command.
Example phone commands:
• “Call Amanda”
• “Dial 555-1212”
Example media search commands (via USB):
• Play artist [name]”
• “Play song [name]”
Example radio commands:
• “Tune FM 104.3”
• “Tune Classic Vinyl”
Touch the Media icon to select between the accessory power outlet, 3.5-mm auxiliary input jack and USB port as the audio source.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities are available through a compatible smartphone and the corresponding in-vehicle app. Use the Projection icon on the homepage to access.
Plug your compatible phone’s cable into the USB data port.
The Projection icon on your homepage will change to either Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.
Touch the icon to display your apps.