Cadillac takes two steps aimed at reestablishing its role as the technological leader in the auto industry by announcing last week it will offer Internet access on its '01 DeVille/Seville and a magnetic-fluid-based variable damping system on its '02 Seville. Both are industry firsts. Cadillac executives anticipate charging about $2,000 for Web capabilities. “We wanted to keep it near the cost of current navigation systems,” says one Cadillac official. Called the Bose audio system with ...
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