Cadillac

Cadillac is the luxury arm of General Motors and over the past few years, this premium brand has returned to glory as one of the best luxury brands in the world. New models like the ELR and ATS have helped to bring new interest to the brand from new segments while the new XTS and redesigned CTS allow Cadillac to be a top competitor throughout the US market.
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The Cadillac CT6 Rear View Mirror is Technology Everyone Can Use

I recently had a chance to spend a week driving the 2016 Cadillac CT6 and while I will soon have a full review of this impressive new luxury sedan, one piece of the unique luxury technology that really stood out to me was the new camera-based rear view mirror – as this is technology that everyone can use and appreciate.

Going Above and Beyond the Escalade: Why Cadillac Should Aim Higher

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.

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Carbon Fiber Wheels Coming to the Corvette, Camaro and Cadillac V-Series

The new Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang shocked the world when it became the most affordable production road car to receive carbon fiber wheels, but based on a report from Autoblog – some of General Motors’ best and brightest performance cars will soon have similar lightweight rollers.
2016 Cadillac CT6

Feds Approve Rear View Video Camera Mirror for Cadillac CT6, Chevy Bolt

General Motors has a high tech rear view camera mirror system for the Cadillac CT6 and the Chevy Bolt, and according to the folks at Autoblog, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has approved this system – opening up a whole new area of interior technology that is sure to quickly spread across the industry.
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The Cadillac ELR is Headed for Extinction and I’m Bummin'

The folks at Automotive News announced yesterday that the extended range Cadillac ELR – essentially the luxury coupe version of the Chevrolet Volt – will not continue on into a next generation and with the ELR being one of my favorite vehicles on the market today – I am sad to hear that the beautiful electric Caddy coupe is headed for the automotive graveyard.

Camaro ZL1 vs 6th Gen Upgrade: Which One To Buy

Pros for the ZL1 Camaro

Markus Bailey Sr. - I have the convertible ZL1 and it's fast enough for me. Good power, fantastic brakes and fun to drive. When comparing it to my other two cars I wish it were a little lighter.

Dewey Stump - I love mine. It has all the creature comforts and is a true muscle car. I also own a 2015 Z28. The ZL1 is a better all around car for daily driving. I'd go for it if it fits your budget.

3 Things Cadillac Owners Say They Love About Cadillac

One person, named JoAnn from Cadillac CTS and CTS-V Owners from on Facebook shares the following 3 reason.

She loves the engine and how it roars when she starts her up or shuts her down. She loves the sunroof cover that swings all the way back for a full view of the sky. And third, as she puts it the "way 'Sugar' turn heads' as her Cadillac passes through on her way to wherever.

Another person said he liked the Satellite radio the Speed and the smoothness of the car and drive.

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Would Cadillac do better if it had Japanese mechanical parts and American interior exterior design?

Should Cadillac change its style and design radically or moderately? Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen and GM product development boss Mark Reuss are having a running debate over Cadillac's edgy styling, according to a Bloomberg report last week. Here is what each of them says and here is what Cadillac owners say.
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Cadillac Escalade V Could Pack Corvette Z06 Power

There are rumors floating around the internet that the Cadillac brand could look to expand the Escalade lineup further, including a possible Escalade V packing the 650 horsepower LT4 V8 from the Corvette Z06 and an advanced all-wheel drive system that would make it one of the baddest SUVs in the world – one that would rival the big utes from the likes of Bentley and Mercedes Benz.

The New Direction of Cadillac: Is Sport Luxury All Cadillac Should Be?

Patrick Flanagan comments.

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.

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Hennessey to Build 1,000hp 2016 Cadillac CTS-V

If you buy one of the new 2016 Cadillac CTS-V super sedans when they arrive later this year and you quickly decide that 640 horsepower isn’t enough, the folks at Hennessey Performance have a trio of upgrade packages already planned for the new high performance luxury sedan – including an HPE1000 package that lifts the output to a stunning 1,000 horsepower.

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