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Special EventsHere’s How GM Puts Vehicles Through Cold-weather Testing
General Motors invited The Car Guide to a virtual presentation of its cold-weather proving grounds in Kapuskasing, Ontario. The 242-acre facility is nearly 50 years old—it opened in 1973, more than 30 years after the automaker started testing military vehicles for the government in the middle of World War II.
Test Drives2021 Cadillac Escalade: Royalty Without Borders
The Cadillac Escalade has become a staple of America as much as Elvis, Coca-Cola or Amazon. Originally introduced in 1999 as a response to the Lincoln Navigator , it started as a jazzed-up GMC Yukon Denali sporting a different grille. Over the years, the Escalade has worked its way up …

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NewsGM Takes Ford to Court Over “BlueCruise” Name
After unsuccessfully trying to come to a peaceful agreement regarding Ford’s new BlueCruise hands-free driving assistance technology, General Motors has decided to file a lawsuit in a United States federal court. GM claims BlueCruise, which was unveiled in April of this year, sounds too much like its own semi-autonomous driving …
Technology/Autonomous VehiclesGM Adds New Super Cruise Features for 2022
So you prefer to let the car do most of the work on the highway? We have good news for you: General Motors today announced it will introduce new Super Cruise capabilities on six model year 2022 vehicles in the first quarter of next year. The automaker’s semi-autonomous technology allows …
BuzzSomeone Made a Cadillac Escalade Pickup From a Chevy Silverado
Do you miss the Cadillac Escalade EXT? Remember, there was a time not too long ago when Cadillac’s full-size SUV was also available as a pickup, kind of like the luxury equivalent of a Chevrolet Avalanche . For 2021, as you know, the Escalade has been completely redesigned and puts …
ElectricGM to Invest 30 Percent More in Electric and Autonomous Vehicles
General Motors again boosted its investments in electric and autonomous vehicles, announcing Wednesday it is raising planned spending by 30 percent to $35 billion USD ($42.5 billion CAD) through 2025 as it unveils new models and builds capacity. The big U.S. automaker cited strong consumer reception to its early electric …
BuzzThis 2011 Cadillac CTS-V Wagon is What Your Family Needs
The old Cadillac CTS-V was a growling, hellraising American luxury monster with everything a spirited driver needed in terms of looks and power. Maybe it wasn’t as refined as its German rivals, but it did have an analog clock in the dashboard, which made up for its belligerent behaviour (Right?
NewsGM Steps Up to Speed Up Vehicle Deliveries in U.S., Canada
While a good chunk of the auto industry is severely affected by the ongoing global chip shortage, at a time when customer demand intensifies, General Motors today announced a series of steps it is taking to increase deliveries to dealers and customers in the U.S. and Canada. First, production of …
NewsThe Car Guide's Best Buys for 2021: Cadillac Escalade
Every year, The Car Guide unveils a list of Best Buys covering all the different vehicle categories in the industry. Full-size luxury SUVs are flagship vehicles offering a ton of space and amenities for modern families. And in this segment, American manufacturers—not the Germans—are the ones occupying most of the …
NewsCadillac to Stop Introducing New Gas-powered Vehicles
While revealing details and pricing for the production-ready 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ today, the company announced it will no longer introduce new gas-powered vehicles. VP Rory Harvey said Cadillac will exit this decade as an EV brand, so it will not be selling anything with an internal combustion engine beyond 2030.

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