The Cadillac advertisement that will be aired during the Oscars. Some additional commentary is at Althouse.
Zoe Saldana hits the carpet while attending the Cadillac Oscar Week Celebration on Thursday night (February 23) at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles. The 38-year-old actress just welcomed her third child recently, though it is not known if she adopted or welcomed the baby through a surrogate. Other stars at the party included Naomi [...]
As innovative as Cadillac's CUE infotainment interface was at the time of its launch, it was met with widespread criticism—including our own. But Cadillac has taken that criticism to heart and implemented some updates to make the system easier to use. The automaker is introducing what it calls a next-generation version of CUE which will be...
Williams is the first Formula One team to reveal its car for the new season. The 2017-spec cars feature some radical changes aimed at making them faster, though the power units carry over mostly unchanged from the previous year. BMW’s 7-Series was redesigned last year. For 2017 it gains a plug-in hybrid model in the form of the 740e xDrive...
We take a very close look at the Cadillac Escalade's high-tech and gloss black Cue infotainment. Try to ignore the fingerprints.
Among the first Cadillacs to have brakes on all four wheels. San Francisco circa 1925. "Cadillac V63 five-passenger sedan at Lafayette Park." 5x7 inch dry-plate glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full size.
Cadillac takes the top two spots; the Porsche 911 RSR and Mercedes-AMG GT3 earn podium places… Laura Burstein
It's OK to stare at the 2017 Cadillac CTS-V.
Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Cadillacs place first and second in Prototype class, while eight Huracáns compete in the GTD class… Laura Burstein
General Motors’ luxury division isn’t content with brewing coffee and showing off fashionable new threads at its new SoHo space — it also wants you to drive its cars. Book by Cadillac, a monthly subscription lease service that launched one month ago, aims to get more people in the metal to the tune of $1,500 a […] The post 24/7 Wall St. Show More Summary
With Cadillac’s CTS-V Wagon dead and buried, unorthodox — yet highly practical — automotive enthusiasts have been at a severe disadvantage in North America. Europe always seems to have at least a couple overpowered “estate cars” while we’re left pretending that a compact four-door Golf R is a replacement for a tuned-up 5 Series Touring or RS6 Avant. Show More Summary
Whether the 2017 Cadillac CT6 is the Cadillac you want or not, surely the CT6 is what you want Cadillac to be. It’s not unreasonable to consider yourself a candidate for the Cadillac you can most easily afford: the ATS. But what does...Show More Summary
Cadillac's new DPi-V.R prototype is a Rolex 24 champion.
Cadillac’s new DPi-V.R scored a one-two finish on Sunday at the 24 Hours of Daytona after dominating the whole weekend. Crossing the line in first place was the No. 10 Konica Minolta Cadillac DPi-V.R, fielded in the premier Prototype class by Wayne Taylor Racing and driven by Max Angelelli, Jeff Gordon, Ricky Taylor and Jordan Taylor. In...
Late contact sent the race leader spinning and propelled Wayne Taylor Racing to victory lane. Wayne Taylor Racing No. 10 Cadillac dominated the Rolex 24 at Daytona, but it took an aggressive and controversial pass by Ricky Taylor toShow More Summary
FROM YAHOO! SPORTS ’Ricky Taylor’s aggressive pass with about five minutes left won the Rolex 24 for Wayne Taylor Racing at Daytona International Speedway on Sunday. The No. 10 Cadillac driven by Taylor, brother Jordan Taylor, Max Angelelli and four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon, dominated the 24-hour race. But was second to the [...]
Jeff Gordon (L), Jordan Taylor, Ricky Taylor and Max Angelelli each won their first Rolex 24 on Sunday. (Getty) Ricky Taylor’s aggressive pass with about five minutes left won the Rolex 24 for Wayne Taylor Racing at Daytona International Speedway on Sunday. Show More Summary
Cadillac’s return to prototype racing was indeed triumphant, with Cadillac DPi-V.Rs taking first and second place at Daytona. First place went to none other than the Wayne Taylor Racing team that invited retired NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon to race with them this year at Daytona. Read more...
NASCAR superstar Jeff Gordon came out of retirement to drive this year’s Rolex 24, trading his iconic but cheerful Rainbow Warrior for the sinister-looking Cadillac DPi-V.R of the Wayne Taylor Racing team. Here’s a closer look at everything that makes the new-for-2017 Cadillac work. Read more...
Gordon is competing in the around the clock sports car for the first time since 2007. Like many snowbirds, Jeff Gordon will be spending the weekend in Florida driving a Cadillac. That doesn’t mean the four-time NASCAR Cup Series is retired and enjoying his life as a retiree now that Dale Earnhardt Jr. Show More Summary