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PreviewsFive Things to Know About the 2021 Cadillac Escalade
In February, General Motors unveiled the final piece of its new full-size SUV offensive with the fifth-generation 2021 Cadillac Escalade . Of course, this is a very important product for the brand, especially since BMW recently launched the X7 and Mercedes-Benz significantly upgraded the GLS . The redesigned Escalade will …
NewsCadillac Enhances Super Cruise with Automated Lane Change
Similar to Tesla’s Autopilot, the Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving system developed by General Motors for Cadillac vehicles makes it possible for drivers to let go of the steering wheel in certain conditions. By using a combination of cameras, LiDAR devices, driver attention monitoring systems and more, cars equipped with Super …
First Drives2020 Cadillac CT5: In Need of More Horsepower
ANN ARBOR, Michigan— While Cadillac dominated the 1950s and 1960s with big-bodied cars sporting fancy tailfins, the following decades were all about European luxury brands, especially those from Germany. Definitely not happy to play second fiddle, Cadillac has since tried pretty much everything to hopefully regain its enviable position, enjoying …
First Drives2020 Cadillac XT6: Not Enough Frosting
People shopping for a three-row luxury SUV that doesn’t look like a presidential limo used to have very few options. Then, at the 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Cadillac introduced the all-new 2020 XT6. How good is it? We spent time behind the wheel to find out.
Test Drives2019 Cadillac XT4: Seeking New Blood
The last few years haven’t been easy for domestic luxury brands Cadillac and Lincoln, who must figure out how to attract a younger clientele. A brand image is hard to establish, difficult to change and easy to ruin. With so many SUVs in General Motors’ portfolio, we wonder why it …

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NewsCOVID-19: GM Delays Launch of Updated and New Models
General Motors has told employees and suppliers that development and work on several upcoming models have been put on hold in order to save cash during the COVID-19 crisis. Reuters and The Detroit News received confirmation from GM that planned updates to the Chevrolet Equinox , Bolt EV , Camaro …
ElectricGM, Ford to Make Fewer EVs in 2026 Than Tesla in 2019
General Motors and Ford have made headlines with their bold electrification plans in recent years. The former intends to double EV resources by 2021 and launch 20 new models globally by 2023 ( many of which were secretly previewed a few weeks ago), while the latter aims to add 40 …
ElectricGM’s Future EVs Finally Come into Focus
General Motors’ presentation inside the Design Dome at its Tech Center in Warren, Michigan yesterday not only included a new, ultra-powerful battery with up to 645 kilometres of range, but also a glimpse and a few details about its upcoming electric vehicles. Unfortunately, no cameras were allowed, and except for …
NewsGM: Fewer Options, More SUVs and Electrification
Automakers need to invest massive sums to develop electric vehicles that will meet the needs of consumers in the future and, more importantly, comply with the increasingly tough emissions standards in various markets around the globe. Because money doesn’t grow on trees and new-car sales are down , they have …
ElectricGM Invests $2.9 Billion in its First All-electric Vehicle Plant
General Motors has just announced a plan to invest $2.9 million at its Detroit-Hamtramck factory to build all-electric trucks and SUVs exclusively. Due in late 2021, the first model on the assembly line will be a pickup that’s expected to wear a Hummer badge (with up to 1,000 horsepower and …
NewsCadillac Enhances Super Cruise with Automated Lane Change
Similar to Tesla’s Autopilot, the Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving system developed by General Motors for Cadillac vehicles makes it possible for drivers to let go of the steering wheel in certain conditions. By using a combination of cameras, LiDAR devices, driver attention monitoring systems and more, cars equipped with Super …
News2021 Cadillac Escalade to have 38-inch Curved Display
A flashy, larger-than-life SUV like the Cadillac Escalade needs a flashy, larger-than-life cockpit, wouldn’t you agree? This is exactly what the new-for-2021 model has in store. The company has just released a teaser showing the first curved OLED instrument panel in the auto industry with—wait for it—over 38 inches diagonal …

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Review: 2017 Cadillac CT6
Cadillac has been enjoying a renaissance over the past several years. Graeme checks out the latest edition to the showroom. (This segment originally aired on Motoring TV 2017 Episode #19) ***Watch complete episodes at motoringtv.com*** …
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Review: 2017 Cadillac CT6
To say Cadillac is giving everything it's got to overhaul its image is nothing short of an understatement. From the CTS-V and ATS-V performance models to the upcoming XT5 crossover, the brand is working hard to change its reputation as your grandfather's Caddy. But Cadillac also knows its roots are …
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MOTORING TV: Prestige Car of the Year for 2017
Motoring TV recently held it's 1 hour Car of the Year Special on the TSN network where we picked the best in class for 2017. Here are the nominees and winner in the Prestige category. (This segment originally appeared on Motoring TV 2017 episode #6) …