The stunning design cues of the Sixteen have shown up in the Cadillac lineup over the years, as rumors repeatedly hinting at a select few of the super-flagships being built surfaced during the last
Are you in the market for a slightly used luxury truck? How about a Cadillac Escalade previously owned by Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi?
Cadillac knows that if it wants to be considered a performance marque, then it needs to at least offer the same driving experiences that its competitors do.
One day after its highly touted debut, the 2014 Cadillac ELR has received the annual EyesOn Design award for the best production car at the North American International Auto Show.
The 2014 Cadillac ELR extended range electric vehicle (EREV) is based closely on the popular Chevrolet Volt both in terms of the drivetrain and the basic chassis architecture but you wouldn’t think
Kicking off the opening of the 2013 Detroit Auto Show, the Cadillac ATS was presented the trophy everyone at the show had hoped their car might earn.
GM posted a growth of 4.9% for December 2012 and while that figure put them towards the bottom of the rankings in terms of growth, it was quite a bit better than Ford Motor Company’s growth in the
General Motors offered the first teaser of the upcoming Cadillac ELR in mid-December when they introduced a shadowy image of the new electric Caddy coupe showing us little more than the top line an
The first official company teaser of the Cadillac ELR is a shadowy profile shot that shows us the top line of the new electric coupe and little else.
Americans vehicles in the luxury and performance segments have a reputation around the world of being big, looming vehicles powered by a gas guzzling V8 that strives to near the 20mpg mark and whil
The North American Car and Truck of the Year awards have become one of the biggest awards to impact the consumer market along with the Motor Trend ‘of the year’ awards and on the truck/SUV side, th
General Motors posted a year over year growth (meaning, compared to the same month last year) of 3.4% which ranks them below all other major automaker companies in the US.
The MPG nod comes just two and a half months after Esquire magazine named the Caddie the Car of the Year.
Consumer Reports appreciates various aspects of the new Cadillac XTS – except for the vehicle’s infotainment system.