If you follow the American auto industry, there is a good chance that you are familiar with the fact that manual transmissions are slowly vanishing from the lineups of almost every major automaker.
The modern luxury car segment is truly fantastic, often combining state of the art interior and exterior technology with striking styling and – in many cases – a high performance engine.
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The problem is Cadillac is butting into a market that's already flooded with performance luxury such as the Mercedes AMGs, BMW Ms, Audi S, Lexus F, Infiniti G, Acura - well Acura isn't really in the game so much anymore, Jaguar and others. All of these brands have established luxury sport vehicles and brand recognition.
Since the new Cadillac CT6 was introduced at the New York Auto Show, the focus of our attention has been on the powerful engine lineup that will be topped (for now) by a new twin turbo V6 with 400
The new 2016 Cadillac CT6 is pretty much exactly what we had expected.
It has become very common for an automaker to introduce a performance model with estimate power figures, but when the 2016 Cadillac ATS-V specs were announced last month, the figures of 455 horsepo
The Cadillac CT6 is a very big deal to General Motors for a variety of reasons.
The previous generation Cadillac CTS-V Wagon was, without a doubt, one of the baddest sport wagons sold in the world, but in stock form, the 556hp Caddy would have a hard time keeping up with the 7
For years now, the Cadillac CTS-V has been the most obvious choice for those American luxury car buyers who wanted something that packed the performance to keep up with Germany’s best, such as the
When the 6th generation Chevrolet Camaro debuts for the 2016 model year, it will ride on the same Alpha platform as the 2015 Cadillac ATS coupe and while we can expect that the muscle car will have
During the lengthy Q&A session, de Nysschen was remarkably forthcoming in answering the questions of Jalopnik readers and when the subject of the new CT6 range-topping sedan came up, the Cadill