Cadillac's new CT6 full-sized flagship sedan, unveiled before the New York International Auto Show, has a new security feature that takes photos of everything around the car whenever the alarm system is set off.
The technology relies on the same cameras used to help with parking the big car, said a CNN Money report. They're also attached to security sensors so if the car is moved or any window glass is broken, which would set off the alarm, a series of photos is taken all around the car. The images are stored within the car and can be accessed later using a memory card, the report said.
The car will also allow drivers to record front and rear views of the road while driving. A night vision system will help to identify people and large animals while driving in the dark and even brake automatically to avoid them. The inside rear view mirror can also display a view created by cameras outside the car enabling the driver to see the entire area behind the car as if the back of the car were invisible.