Just one day after Cadillac announced its beautiful new DPi-V.R race car, racing legend Jeff Gordon told his fans that he is coming out of retirement to drive the supercar in its first race, the 20
The new Cadillac DPi-V.R Prototype race car is sleek and incredibly beautiful.
The Cadillac CT6 is, without question, the greatest big Caddy in many moons and with the arrival of the GT6 Plug-In Hybrid in early 2017, this beautiful rear-drive luxury sedan will become one of t
When I received my 2016 Cadillac Escalade Platinum test vehicle earlier this year, it happened to arrive in time for one of my wife’s horse shows.
The buyer of a 2017 Cadillac is threatening to return his brand new CTS after problems with his CUE system and key fob.
Earlier this year, we talked about the approval of the Cadillac CT6 rear view camera-based system by the federal government and while I talked about the function of this system back then, it was ha
Cadillac is struggling with multiple issues this year. Sales are down overall, and the mix of products that Cadillac sells are trending heavily towards just one model.
However, times are different. Cars have more constraints with emissions, safety, and many other areas. Not to mention the common platform cars use today.
Over the past two years, we have talked about how Ford Motor Company offers high performance driving school to buyers of their high performance cars and I got to attend the SRT program at Bondurant
After all, the XLR was Corvette-based so could that formula work again? Possibly, but there would be one very large hurdle to overcome: while the XLR-V based at over $100,000, a cheaper Corvette Z06 was faster. Some may remember reports of those at Bowling Green and Chevrolet not being happy with the idea of the XLR being faster than the Corvette and in the end, the XLR wasn’t. The Allanté and XLR were also only produced for one generation each before being dropped so a successful track record with two-seat Cadillacs has not been demonstrated.
Last week, General Motors announced that the company would be debuting a new Cadillac concept car at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in California and while they didn’t offer much information,
Let me begin by pointing out that this piece is purely speculation based on my desire to see a Cadillac sports car.
The crew at Autoblog recently had a chance to speak with General Motors’ William Rodgers, who is involved with the research and development of light polymer technology at GM.
While Cadillac offers bigger, more powerful and (technically) more luxurious sedans, the CTS has been the brand’s key model for a more than a decade.
General Motors worked with a company called Gentex to develop their “Full Display Mirror” system for use in the Cadillac CT6 and the Chevrolet Bolt.