Cadillac SUV can feel at home, surely it’s Manhattan. Only fitting, then, that the updated 2013 Cadillac SRX has debuted at the New York Auto Show.The revised luxury crossover has been treated to a mild facelift, but as with so many things, it’s what’s inside that counts with the new SRX. The cabin has been updated with a series of cosmetic and functional changes (new steering wheel, new shifter, etc.), but the bigger news is its fresh electronics. Cadillac has imbued the angular high-rider with its new CUE infotainment and connectivity system, complete with an eight-inch capacitive touchscreen. Other additions include the Safety Alert Seat system and active safety features like automatic front- and rear braking, adaptive cruise control, and so on.In short, it looks to be a better SRX than the one it succeeds, and you can check it out in our gallery of live shots above and the stock shots from the manufacturer below.
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