Cadillac has already announced plans to replace the SRX crossover later this year withe new Cadillac XT5. Up until now we haven't seen any photos of the XT5, but two photos have surfaced of the XT5 during a photo shoot in New York.
Cadillac has announced that its 2016 lineup will feature enhanced connectivity and control, including the addition of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The new Apple and Android systems are part of the enhancements to Cadillac's CUE infotainment system, which will now be faster.
It's being reported that Cadillac is working on a hotter version of the recently introduced ATS-V - the ATS-V+. Cadillac hasn't confirmed the rumors, but the latest report claims that the ATS-V+ coupe and sedan will get a serious powertrain upgrade thanks to the Camaro Z/28.
Cadillac may be working on a more extreme version of the new ATS-V, according to remarks made by chief engineer David Leone. When questioned if Cadillac has any plans to rival the Mercedes-Benz Black Series models, Leone simply stated, "We might have something down the road that is a little bit more aggressive."
Cadillac has announced the pricing for the 2016 CTS-V, which will start at $83,995 (plus $995 destination) when the 640-hp sedan arrives in showrooms this summer.
Cadillac has announced that the new CT6 will be available with a plug-in hybrid system, which is expected to more than double the fuel economy of the conventional powertrain offerings. The Cadillac CT6 plug-in hybrid will be able to travel in around 37 miles in EV mode.
Cadillac has unveiled the updates to the 2016 Cadillac ELR, which includes more power, better driving performance and new technology. The biggest improvement will come in the form of more power that will make it faster, while the ELR's chassis has been retuned to make it handle better.
Cadillac officially unveiled the 2016 Cadillac CT6 earlier this month at the 2015 New York Auto Show and now rumors are circulating about how GM could use the CT6's Omega platform for other vehicles. GM product chief Mark Reuss has revealed that GM may use the Omega platform for a new rear-wheel-drive Buick flagship sedan.
It's being reported that Cadillac is going to unveil the successor to the SRX crossover this fall, dubbed the XT5. Cadillac's new nomenclature just started with the reveal of the CT6 sedan last week in New York and now it's expected that the XT5 will debut later this year at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Cadillac has lots of changes in the works, which started this week with the debut of its new flagship sedan, the 2016 CT6. Cadillac's Johan de Nysschen has confirmed that a few models won't be replaced as Cadillac revamps its entire lineup. We've already learned that the ELR electric coupe's days are numbered and now Cadillac's boss has revealed that the XTS will also not be replaced.
Cadillac is working on a new range of plug-in hybrids, but one model that won't be around much longer is the ELR. Cadillac president Johan de Nysschen revealed this week at the New York Auto Show that the current ELR will only be around for a short term.
Making its debut tonight, on the eve of the 2015 New York Auto Show, the 2016 Cadillac CT6 has all-wheel-drive, all-wheel-steering, and an all wheel suspension system with Magnetic Ride Control. Those are just some of the technological milestones the new Caddy hits upon along with three engine choices and luxury everywhere you look.
We're less than a week away until the debut of the 2016 Cadillac CT6, but Cadillac continues to drop some of the details. Cadillac has now revealed that the CT6 will be offered with the first-of-its-kind Bose Panaray audio system that was designed exclusively for the CT6.
Cadillac has announced the introduction of a range of new V6 engines, led by the new 3.0L Twin Turbo V6 that will power the upcoming CT6 sedan. In the 2016 CT6, the 3.0L Twin Turbo will generate an estimated 400 horsepower and 400 lb-ft. of torque.
The world debut of the 2016 Cadillac CT6 is just a few weeks away, but Cadillac is already getting us ready for its debut by dropping some of the details now. Last month the CT6 was previewed during a commercial spot for the Oscars and now Cadillac has revealed that the CT6's structure is made of 13 different materials, with sixty-four percent of its structure being aluminum.
Over the weekend Cadillac gave the world an early preview of the 2016 CT6 flagship sedan in a new commercial that aired during the Oscars. Cadillac's president Johan de Nysschen, followed up the reveal online with a Q&A session where he answered questions about Cadillac and the new CT6.
Those that tuned into watch the 87th Academy Awards ceremony on Monday night got a sneak peek at the upcoming 2016 Cadillac CT6 sedan. The CT6, Cadillac's new flagship sedan was shown in a 60-second spot during the awards show.
Cadillac has announced the pricing for the 2016 ATS-V sedan and coupe, which go into production starting this spring. Pricing for the 2016 ATS-V sedan starts at $61,460 and the ATS-V coupe is priced from $63,660.
Sales of the Cadillac CTS dropped four percent last year and now Cadillac is now responding by cutting the price of the CTS sedan by up to $3,000 in addition to adding additional content to some trim levels.
Cadillac has already revealed that the upcoming CT6 flagship sedan will weigh about the same as the CTS, but Cadillac hasn't revealed how it pulled off the hat trick. A new report claims that the CT6 will feature an all aluminum body to help keep its curb weight in check.
Yesterday Cadillac revealed the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V ahead of its debut next month at the Detroit Auto Show. The 640 horsepower CTS-V is the most powerful Cadillac ever thanks to the Corvette Z06's supercharged 6.2L V8 engine.
Cadillac has revealed the 2016 CTS-V, which now holds the title of Cadillac's most powerful model ever with its 640 horsepower engine under the hood.
Cadillac has announced that next year when the 2016 CT6 sedan is released it will get a new feature - streaming video. The 2016 CT6 will add high-resolution streaming video to the function of a traditional rearview mirror, removing obstructions of passengers, headrests and the vehicle's roof and rear pillars.
When Cadillac announced plans to release the new CT6 flagship sedan, there were hopes and rumors that it would be inspired by the Elmiraj concept, but now Cadillac has confirmed that, that is not the case.
Cadillac CEO Johan de Nysschen has big aspirations for the brand, which will see it go head to head with the best from Germany. In addition to one day offering a $250k model, de Nyssschen has confirmed plans to offer diesel engines and even expand its high-performance V-Series lineup.
Cadillac is on the cusp of a major reinvention with new models like the 2016 ATS-V and upcoming CT-6 sedan. While today's top Cadillac sedan, the XTS can command a price around $70,000 could Cadillac one day sell a car with a $250,000 price tag?
Who doesn't love a good massage? Well now you can get one as you're driving down the road in the 2015 Cadillac XTS and Escalade. Cadillac has announced that both models are available with new massage seats for the driver and front passenger.
As promised Cadillac has officially unveiled the hot version of the ATS, the 2016 ATS-V. The ATS-V is ready to go head to head with models like the BMW M3 and M4 with its 455-hp twin-turbocharged 3.6L V6 that accelerates it from 0-60 mph in a quick 3.9 seconds.
Cadillac is set to unveil the 2016 ATS-V coupe and sedan next week at the LA Auto Show, but today Cadillac has revealed the ATS-V.R race car. The ATS-V.R takes the ATS-V coupe even further with 600 horsepower on tap and its FIA GT3 specifications.
The 2016 Cadillac ATS-V is going to debut next week at the LA Auto Show, but the first photos of the coupe version have leaked out a bit early. Thankfully the ATS-V Coupelooks a lot more aggressive than the standard coupe.
Cadillac has released a teaser video of the 2016 Cadillac ATS-V Coupe, which is going to be revealed next week at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
At last month's dealer meeting in Las Vegas, GM showed dealers an image of a future Cadillac convertible. The convertible is part of a range of future models that Cadillac is planning on introducing.
It seems like news keeps coming out about Cadillac's future. We've already learned that Cadillac is going to change the name of all its sedans and crossovers, with the exception of the Escalade. Now Cadillac's boss Johan de Nysschen has confirmed that Cadillac is working on a model that will sit above the recently announced CT6 in Cadillac's lineup.
Next fall Cadillac is slated to release its new flagship, the 2016 CT6 and now it's been confirmed that the CT6 will be offered with a plug-in hybrid version. The plug-in CT6 will reportedly offer "industry-leading fuel economy upwards of 70 mpg equivalent," and the CT6 will also be lighter than the current CTS.
Just last week Cadillac surprised everyone when it announced that it is going to change the name of all of its cars, which will adopt a new CT naming strategy. Now Cadillac Chief Marketing Officer Uwe Ellinghaus has revealed that a new naming structure will also be applied to Cadillac's crossovers, which will get the XT name.
Even though it was rumored that Cadillac's new flagship sedan would be dubbed the LTS, Cadillac has just announced that it will actually be called something odd - the Cadillac CT6.
Cadillac has confirmed something that we already knew, that it is working on a new flagship sedan to compete with models like the BMW 7 Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class. The yet to be named sedan will enter production in the fourth quarter of 2015 at GM's Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant.