Recently, Cadillac announced it would be introducing its impressive curved OLED display in the upcoming 2021 Cadillac Escalade. This innovative technology can help you stay connected and entertained on drives.
Cadillac revealed that the easy-to-see OLED display is more than 38 inches diagonally. It will have a pixel density that’s twice that of a 4K television and will feature stunning imagery. In addition, the display boasts the automotive industry’s largest color range available.
The 2021 Escalade and its curved OLED display will make its debut in Los Angeles on February 4, 2020. If you can’t wait until then, you can still check out the sophisticated 2020 Cadillac Escalade. This luxury SUV has a refined exterior design combined with a comfortable interior.
The 2020 Escalade has a spacious cabin complete with heated seating, leather appointments and authentic wood trims. The Cadillac User Experience and the Bose® Centerpoint® Surround Sound 16-speaker audio system make drives more enjoyable, while advanced driver assistance technologies, like Automatic Parking Assist and Surround Vision, give you added peace of mind.
The large curved OLED display is an exciting new Cadillac innovation. Discover more about Cadillac technologies when you take a test drive in one of our many pre-owned models at Wilson Chevrolet.
Featuring a new powertrain, updated infotainment technology, and more distinctive looks, the 2020 GMC Acadia will go on sale later this year.
“The 2020 Acadia is stylish, functional, and capable with
more of the smart convenience and connectivity features that customers rely on
every day,” stated Duncan Aldred, Global GMC’s vice president. “And with GMC’s
signature refinement at its core, the new Acadia advances the brand’s
commitment to offering premium vehicles for discerning crossover customers.”
Horsepower & Technology
The 2020 Acadia will offer a new 2.0-liter turbocharged
engine with tripower valvetrain technology that delivers 230 horsepower and 258
lb-ft of torque. The Acadia vehicle’s current 2.5-liter inline-four and
3.6-liter V6 engines will carry over as well. All of these engines will be
paired with a brand-new nine-speed automatic transmission that features
Electronic Precision Shift technology.
Also featured in the 2020 Acadia is an updated GMC
infotainment system. Along with an 8-inch touch screen, this system will offer
an easier-to-use interface; multiple personal profile settings for audio,
navigation, and climate control; a new interface and real-time updates for the
navigation system; and five USB ports throughout the cabin.
The 2020 Acadia will have a bolder look, too. The grille,
front and rear fascias, and C-shaped signature lighting are new, along with
fresh 18-inch and 20-inch wheel designs. The new Acadia AT4 trim boasts
sportier, more aggressive styling and dark accents.
The 2020 Acadia is expected to start rolling onto lots
sometime in the fall, and we’re looking forward to welcoming it here at Wilson
For decades, pickup tailgates have been relatively unchanged. However, the 2019 GMC Sierra is revolutionizing the back end of the pickup with its GMC Multipro Tailgate. It has six versatile features that make it easier to use. Learn more about the incredible new features of the 2019 GMC Sierra here at Wilson GM in Stillwater, OK.
The primary gate works just like any other truck tailgate. It has an available power release that can be operated using the key fob.
With the primary tailgate open on any other truck, it can be difficult to reach inside the bed. The 2019 Sierra has an inner gate that folds down to make it easier to load and unload the box.
Fold the inner gate down even more and it opens up into a large step that you can use to climb up into the box (375-pound weight limit).
Inner Gate Load Stop
If you have any second-tier items in the bed, use the inner gate load stop to prevent them from sliding out.
Primary Gate Load Stop
When the primary gate is open, you can flip up the load stop. This helps prevent items from sliding out the box when you need to keep the tailgate open.
Inner Gate with Work Surface
The inner gate can fold down to reveal a flat work surface.
Chevrolet is always thinking of new ways to impress its customers with technology and communication. They’ve done it again! With the addition of the myChevrolet app to the Apple Watch, there’s even more convenience than before.
The myChevrolet app gives Chevy drivers the ultimate accessibility to their car. You can have easy access to information like vehicle diagnostics, but the app isn’t just a wealth of information. It also allows you to send navigation information to your vehicle so that you can get going faster, as well as remotely lock and unlock your doors. In fact, the things you can do with the myChevrolet app are nearly endless: everything from activating your horn to remotely starting your vehicle.
MyChevrolet App & The Apple Watch
Now, with the addition of the myChevrolet app to the Apple Watch, convenience is closer to your fingertips than ever. The fully-functioning app on the Apple Watch allows drivers to perform all of the app’s options all from their wrist!
Remote Stop & Start
With the growth and expansion of the myChevrolet app, there’s no telling where it will go next. But the power to remotely stop and start your car all from your watch? That’s pretty cool.
Want to know more about Chevrolet and the myChevrolet app? We’re always here to answer your questions at Wilson GM in Stillwater, OK.