While the Cadillac XTS isn't the range-topping flagship that's yet to come from the American luxury brand, it is the current top of the range large sedan. Accordingly, it needs to look--and feel--the part. That's where the interior design team comes in. Beyond just the look, there's the matter of materials chosen to execute the design. Here, the...
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Sal Maglie, who didn't get a real shot at the major leagues until he was 33 years old, went 59-18 for the New York Giants between 1950 and 1952. When you did stuff like that in the old days, they'd give you a Cadillac. Now they would give you a salary large enough to purchase an entire Cadillac dealership.
The video below may be the first on-track footage shot with Google Glass--and it was driven in a Cadillac CTS-V at Monticello Motor Club. We can't be sure if this is the first track lap recorded with Google Glass, since there's no official registry of Google Glass precedents as far as we know. The video was shot by Gary Gastelu of Fox News. To be...
GM received the hao de (O.K.) to build a Cadillac factory from China’s powerful National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), says Bloomberg. GM will invest at least 8 billion yuan ($1.3 billion) into a factory located in Shanghai’s Jinqiao zone. Annual production capacity will be 150,000 units, Dayna Hart told the business wire. By making [...]
Back in 2009, Bob Walton and Sal Santoro embarked on the trip of a lifetime, crossing the U.S. in Walton’s 1968 Cadillac de Ville convertible. When they returned, Walton wrote a story for the March 2010 Hemmings Motor News “Reminiscing” column, recalling the 7,292-mile journey from New Jersey to Santa Monica, California, including all 2,448 [...]
General Motors' North American market chief says that a rear-drive, inexpensive car would be a boon to the automaker's portfolio.
For years, General Motors allowed its luxury Cadillac brand to languish with uninspiring designs while new competitors emerged and won their own followings. Back in 1978, Cadillac sold around 350,000 cars, but the sales pace has declined dramatically since then. Show More Summary
GM's luxury brand Cadillac is starting to make a comeback, with the new ATS and XTS sedans off to a good start. If the company can keep scoring hits with its upcoming products, Cadillac could become a major earnings driver for GM.
The Lincoln MKZ has come in for a fair amount of abuse from the automotive press, particularly here at TTAC. The Cadillac ATS, on the other hand, has the press literally doing flips. In April of 2013, however, the American consumer chose the MKFusion LOLZ Edition over the Autobahn-bred Cadillac CTS. And the American consumer [...]
Cadillac's long-rumored ATS coupe will arrive in showrooms next year.
With 70 percent of its buyers new to to the brand, the Cadillac ATS is an important way for the brand to bring new buyers into the fold. But the ATS is still missing an important product that its main competitors currently have; a coupe. While the coupe market is small overall, two-door variants still [...]
The final full week of April 2013 has come to a close, but before it goes away forever, you’ll want to check out all of this week’s important happenings in the automotive world. The week began with news from Germany as BMW is pondering the possibility of a 1 Series Sedan.Tuesday brought news that Cadillac [...]
Earlier this week, Cadillac released a group of videos entitled “Luxperiments,” where they test everyday products on the same equipment as the Cadillac ATS. What happens next is ultimately four weird videos that don’t make much sense, other than they give you a good laugh. The first video is the “Fancy Cake” luxperiment. In it, [...]
General Motors continues to tinker with its green car strategy on a global level. Whether its the Chevy Cruze Clean Turbo Diesel, Chevy Volt, Chevy Spark EV or Cadillac ELR, the American automaker is throwing its creativity at a variety of ideas to see what will be a hit with drivers. read more
In 1952, LIFE published an article about Louie Matter, a gearhead who tricked out his 1947 Cadillac with a shower (seen at right), drinking fountain, tape recorder, washing machine, stove, "and a bar with spigots for whisky, water and soda." Oh yeah, and a dashboard hookah too. "Shower? Check. Washing Machine? Check. Hookah? Check. Let’s [...]
A shooting brake version of the Mercedes-Benz CLA Class may be in the works, to complement the CLS Shooting Brake already available outside the U.S. If it's made, will the CLA Shooting Brake come our way? We hope so. Audi may be re-considering production of a mid-range sports car to slot between the R8 and the TT. This is a good idea, especially...