General Motors announced the 2014 Cadillac CTS pricing today and while the new midsized luxury sedan packs more space, more amenities and more power than the outgoing model, it also costs more than current CTS – about $6,000 more.
This morning at the Hamtramck Assembly Plant in Detroit, the very first example of the all electric Cadillac ELR rolled off of the line – marking the official arrival of the Chevrolet Volt-based luxury coupe that is expected to hit dealerships later this year.
It has been expected for some time that the 2014 Cadillac XTS would feature the same twin turbocharged V6 engine that was introduced with the 2014 Cadillac CTS but this morning GM made it official – with this twin turbo mill packing an awesome 410 horsepower.
While German and Japanese luxury brands grab the lion’s share of attention in the modern auto industry, the 2013 Cadillac XTS AWD Premium serves as a stark reminder that there is a true luxury flagship sedan that offers all of the comforts and amenities offered by the foreign counterparts made in the USA with a surprisingly low price.
Volvo announced today it is moving ahead with only four cylinder engines as part of its strategy to regain brand independence. Will this bump Volvo out of the top tier it has so long been striving for?