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Cadillac CTS 2014 Sports Johnson Controls Content

Dec 16 2013, 3:13am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Cadillac CTS 2014 Sports Johnson Controls Content
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The Motor Trend Car of the Year happens to be the 2014 Cadillac CTS. A gem of a vehicle, it sports Johnson Controls content as well.

The globally acclaimed company, Johnson Controls has made investments in the automobile industry and the construction business. Its contents are featured in the 2014 Car of the Year, the Cadillac CTS. An award-winning number, the Cadillac CTS is a luxury transportation conveyance alright. The multinational ships the seating system for the car on an urgent basis to be fitted into the chassis.  

These seats are not only heated but are the ultimate in stylish, comfortable supporting structures. Their safety and security cannot be doubted. Besides the many features of the seating superstructure, there are air bags for protection against accidents and adjustable cranial restraints. The battery which has Absorbent Glass Mat technology as a key component comes courtesy of Johnson Controls as well.  

The parent firm, Johnson controls is very proud of this car which features so many of its manufactured products. Especially, the battery happens to be thrice as efficient as other fuel cells. The 2014 Cadillac CTS was given the Car of the Year Award due to its multiple qualities such as: style, efficacy, mechanical structure, mileage, protection and classic nature.  

Other than the warmth the car generates to keep its driver and passengers snug and safe, it is in a class with other giants such as Mercedes-Benz and BMW. The price hovers around $50,000 while the interior is absolutely heavenly in its excellence and superiority.

"Congratulations to the Cadillac CTS team for being recognized with the 2014 Motor Trend Car of the Year award," said Beda Bolzenius, president of Johnson Controls Automotive Seating. "We are proud to have contributed our seating and battery expertise to this outstanding luxury vehicle."

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