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Cadillac Showed Dealers New Convertible, Shared Plans for Compact Sedan


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Unlike Ford's struggling Lincoln brand, GM's Cadillac has found its way and is optimistically looking into the future making plans for new products, including a convertible, a small sedan and an SUV.

Cadillac ATS, CTS, ATS-V and New Camaro Spied by U


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GM is quite the busy bee these days having plenty of new cars on its plate, including the high-performance Cadillac ATS-V and the next Chevy Camaro.

2017 Cadillac CT6 Visualized Based on Prototypes, Brand's Styling


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We hope the new CT6 signals the return of Cadillac at the top of the luxury sedan pile, a spot it hasn’t occupied in many decades.

This rendering hints at what it could possibly look like, though it’s claimed to be pretty accurate, as it’s based on (what we understand are) leaked images of CAD files, spyshots and Cadillac’s current styling language to fill in the remaining blanks.

U Spy Cadillac's CT6 Flagship Lurking Out in the Open


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Earlier this week, Carscoops reader Brett Borgard captured a development tester for Cadillac's new CT6, a high-tech flagship sedan to take on the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, BMW 7-series, and Audi A8.

Cadillac Plans Model Above CT6, More Crossovers And EVs By 2020


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Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen is wasting no time in implementing the brand's new naming structure, with a raft of new products planned for the end of this decade.

Cadillac CT6 to Have Plug-In Hybrid Version with 70MPGe Rating


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Besides inaugurating Cadillac’s new naming strategy, the upcoming CT6 flagship sedan will feature a plug-in electric version that will return a fuel economy of 70 MPGe.

Cadillac Keeps The Escalade Name, But Crossovers Will Take 'XT' Prefix


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In the wake of Cadillac's announcement of its upcoming CT6 sedan and the revision of the company's sedans names, the company's marketing chief has confirmed the plan for crossovers – and the Escalade is exempt.

Cadillac's New CEO Warns Critics: "Don’t Mess with Me"


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Cadillac’s new boss Johan de Nysschen does not take criticism lightly, with the South African-born executive hitting back on Facebook at those who questioned his recent decisions.

Cadillac Reportedly Readying Sub-ATS Model to Rival Mercedes CLA


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Cadillac is slowly trying to reestablish itself as a force in the world of premium automobiles. It has shifted its old approach to one that is of the times, with the new ATS and CTS, as well as the Chevy Volt-based ELR plug-in.

Cadillac Details ATS Coupe for Europe [New Photos]


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As previously announced, the Cadillac ATS Coupe will launch in Europe in October and will be the first model sold there to ditch the laurel wreath.

One Month in as Cadillac CEO, De Nysschen Discusses the Future


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Former Audi North American boss and later CEO of Infiniti, now turned Cadillac CEO, Johan de Nysschen, will bring about significant changes to GM’s luxury arm. Firstly, the company’s finances will be treated as a different entity to the rest of GM, thus allowing for more freedom and (hopefully) models more exciting than the usual crop of sedans (and the ELR).

Revised 2016 Cadillac ELR to Reportedly Debut at LA Auto Show


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The slow-selling Cadillac ELR plug-in hybrid is said to arrive at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show with a series of engineering upgrades that would make it more attractive for customers.

Cadillac Names New Flagship CT6, All Future Models will Use CT Lettering


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GM has just confirmed the name of its upcoming Mercedes-Benz S-Class challenger from Cadillac as the new CT6.
According to GM, the model name originates from "Cadillac’s "use of CTS for its centerpiece carline" and it signals the shift to a new nomenclature under which all future cars will use familiar lettering like “CT” followed by a number indicating the size and position in the range.

Cadillac Leaves Detroit to Open Global HQ in New York


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Cadillac’s management team will say goodbye to Detroit as the luxury automaker will move its global headquarters to New York City next year.

U Spy: What Future GM Models Are Hiding Under the Covers?


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One of our trusty readers passed on these scoop photos of a large group of GM vehicles getting ready to undergo high altitude testing in New Mexico.

GM Confirms New Flagship Cadillac for Next Year


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General Motors confirmed plans to build a "top-end, high-technology" Cadillac model at the firm's Detroit-Hamtramck plant in the fourth quarter of 2015.

New Cadillac CEO Says Company Won't Back Off From High Sticker Prices


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Former Infiniti CEO Johan de Nysschen, who has taken over as Cadillac boss on August 1, said the US luxury brand has no plans to cut sticker prices on its automobiles.

Cadillac Bringing ATS Coupe to Europe in October, Escalade before the End of 2014


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Cadillac has announced a series of updates for its 2015 lineup for Europe, with the main additions being the ATS Coupe and Escalade, scheduled to launch before the end of this year.

Unnamed 2017 Cadillac Model to Get Super Cruise Automated Driving Technology


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Cadillac announced that select 2017 model year vehicles will feature advanced “intelligent and connected” technologies, including Super Cruise automated driving system and vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication technology.

Cadillac Design Boss Says Customer Feedback Toned Down ATS Coupe’s Looks


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Cadillac design director Bob Boniface has revealed an interesting fact about the ATS Coupe, more specifically about its design, which apparently wasn’t entirely Cadillac’s work.