Cadillac is one of the oldest luxury brands in the world, falling second to its entry-level luxury sibling, Buick. Founded in 1902, the marque has defined what true luxury should be by innovating in every corner of the automotive market. Now Cadillac is taking the next step in driver-friendly technology with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

As of the 2016 model year, Cadillac vehicles included the in-car phone integration system as a part of a much larger update to CUE, also known as Cadillac's user experience. In addition to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, CUE will include new features and a streamlined user operating system.

Apple CarPlay debuted in all 2016 Cadillac models with a standard eight-inch multi-touchscreen with the exception of the SRX. While most models equipped with Apple CarPlay are already on the road, the new ATS-V will join the lineup in September 2016. Android Auto will be added to vehicles at a later date.

Apple CarPlay gives users access to iPhone features while driving and displays them in an easy-to-read manner. Drivers can make calls, send messages, and listen to music as well as access a variety of additional apps.

Android Auto is designed to optimize Google Maps, Google Now, and voice commands. Drivers can access dozens of supported apps via their Android smartphone.