Cadillac has announced that the 2016 ATS and CTS models are going to be offered with a new 3.6L V6 engine.
Following yesterday's teasers, Cadillac has now released the first full photos of the 2017 Cadillac XT5. The XT5 is the successor to the SRX and is slated to debut for the first time ever at the Dubai Motor Show in November.
Cadillac is going to officially reveal the 2017 XT5 crossover in November at the Dubai Motor Show, but Cadillac has decided to release a few photos a bit early.
Cadillac has confirmed plans to the replacement for the SRX crossover - the 2017 XT5, at the Dubai Motor Show in November. The SRX is the best-selling vehicle in Cadillac's lineup, so there's a lot riding on the introduction of the XT5, this fall.
GM has announced that several 2016 Chevy, Buick, GMC and Cadillac models will offer 22 different active safety technologies.
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 2016 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.
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.
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.
Cadillac has unveiled the updates to the 2016 Cadillac ELR, which includes more power, better driving performance and new technology.
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.
It's being reported that Cadillac is going to unveil the successor to the SRX crossover this fall, dubbed the XT5.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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