The all-new 2015 Subaru RallyCross STI has broken cover and is ready to compete in the 2014 Global RallyCross Championship.
Among car enthusiasts and the automotive press there is near unanimous agreement that Cadillac is back.
GM's luxury division has announced that it is road testing a semi-autonomous technology called “Super Cruise” that is capable of fully automatic steering, braking and lane-centering in highway driv
General Motors showed a company year over year growth of 11.8% in March 2012 but while Chevrolet and GMC both saw sales grow based on a comparison against the same month last year, Cadillac and Bui
The April Alpinestars Car Pack begins with the 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible with an in-game rating of 182 making this the lowest performing car in this new package.
Investments of $55 million to meet consumer demand for more fuel-efficient engines helped General Motors Spring Hill powertrain plant produce its 3-millionth Ecotec engine this week, just 2½ years
Though my heart and soul truly belong to convertibles, there was just something in this dark beauty’s diamond black paint and its luminous sheen – so glossy it casts a reflection.
When the folks at General Motors were designing the new Cadillac XTS, they studied the wants and needs of luxury sedan buyers and the common key was cargo space.
Let’s give the Cadillac brand its long, overdue due recognition. Before the electric starter, it took a hand crank, a lot of muscle, and a bit of hope to start driving.
Consumer surveys which measure emotional connections to brands are very important to automotive OEMs.
Cadillac has been bringing presidents in comfort from the White House since apparently 1919 when Woodrow Wilson rode in one for a World War I victory parade. (A little different from George W.