Cadillac will let you replace your rearview mirror with a video feed in 2016

In 2016, a rearview mirror with a video display built-in will be a standard option on the Cadillac CT6, the carmaker’s upcoming flagship sedan. With the wide-angle video feed enabled, the “mirror” will offer a field of view up to four times greater than that of a standard mirror, according to GM. Of course, when you use a camera mounted in the car’s rear instead of a mirror, you won’t have to deal with kids or luggage getting in the way of your view, either.

No more children muddling up your view

And Cadillac has apparently worked hard to make sure that the screen won’t be difficult to see in less-than-stellar conditions. In a press release, the company says that it’s using a “high dynamic range” camera that produces a “video feed…

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