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Head-Up Display, reconfigurable, includes digital readouts for vehicle speed, selected gear, adaptive cruise indicator, radio information, high-beam indicator, fuel level, six languages available (English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish)
1 - Included and only available with (K59) Cruise Control, adaptive

Instrumentation, analog, includes speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge and engine water temperature gauge

Keyless Access, includes keyless ignition which is engaged with push button start, and 2 remote transmitters which enable passive entry on both front doors and trunk, and remote start capability

Limited Slip Differential

Performance Cooling Package, includes P/S cooler, mechanical engine driven fan and 2-80 watt pusher electric fans


Blue Chip
Red Line
Black Raven
Silver Smoke
Sand Storm
Light Platinum
Silver Green Metallic
White Lightning


Light Gray
Light Cashmere

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Yes, the autronic eye, or "guide-matic" was offered on Cadillac and some other upscale GM cars through the 50's, then Cadillac kept the option almost exclusively through the 60's(though I have seen some 60-70's Oldsmobiles and Buicks with the option too, but it's very rare after the 50's) and well into the mid 80's it still was available, I think that it finally disapeared in 1989. The device dimmed the lights automatically when the headlights of an oncomming car reflected in the autronic eyes' photocell sensor, pretty cool, then when the car passed, the high beams clicked on again, the car has control on the dash to set the dimming distance from near to far.
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