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GM now sells 3 plug-ins in the US, like Ford

General Motors' Cadillac division starts sales this month of its $75,000 Cadillac CT6 plug-in hybrid.

Drive hands-free on the highway.

An attention detection system makes sure the driver is supervising.

It may look like a car, but The Beast is as big as a Chevrolet Suburban.

The limo is being developed at a secret proving ground.

Drink this and don't drive.

The mysterious origins of this suspiciously pink drink have surprisingly little to do with Detroit.

It's less likely the decision itself was made for those reasons, but the free PR boost is a nice bonus.

The feature will be standard on cars in the US and Canada.

The newest version of the system will roll out first on the 2017 CTS.

More shots of the compact SUV have surfaced.

Turbo fours and edgy Cadillac styling underneath all that camo.

On this episode, we discuss driving the Alfa Giulia Quadrifoglio in the rain and look at the history of the Brougham name.

It’ll slot below the XT5, if that isn’t obvious.

Also (still) on the menu: an XT7 three-row, and a CT3 small sedan.

We were promised cameras in place of mirrors. Cadillac delivered.

This ain't your daddy's Caddy.

A new version of The Beast is on the way, and it might make it in time for inauguration day.

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