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912014 Cadillac ELR leases for $699 a month

Most Autoblog readers thought the $75,000 price tag on the 2014 Cadillac ELR was too high. If you can't swing the MSRP all in one go, how does a lease price of $699 a month sound? That's the amount that Cadillac is offering on the official ELR website, with some caveats, of course.

7Cadillac ELR caught testing in production form

After announcing its intent to go forward with a production version of the fetching Converj concept more than a year ago, all has been pretty quiet on the Cadillac ELR front – until now. We burn for this kind of drama.

49Cadillac ELR caught testing in production form

After announcing its intent to go forward with a production version of the fetching Converj concept more than a year ago, all has been pretty quiet on the Cadillac ELR front – until now. We burn for this kind of drama.

14Report: Cadillac working on plug-in hybrid version of SRX

2010 Cadillac SRX 2.8T – Click above for high-res image gallery

8Report: Cadillac working on plug-in hybird version of SRX

2010 Cadillac SRX 2.8T – Click above for high-res image gallery

28REPORT: Cadillac Converj has a new lease on life, maybe

Cadillac Converj Concept - Click image above for high-res gallery

24REPORT: Cadillac Converj has a new lease on life, maybe

Cadillac Converj Concept - Click image above for high-res gallery

AddCadillac to show new E-Flex coupe in Detroit?

It's long been expected that Cadillac would be the second American brand, after Chevrolet, to get access to GM's E-Flex extended-range electric-vehicle technology, and recent rumors indicate that a new concept car from Caddy will be shown at the Detroit Auto Show. According to Business Week, the new Cadillac concept will be a coupe along the lines of the recent 2-door CTS, which we think is a beautiful vehicle. The new coupe would be smaller than anything else that Cadillac currently offers (we

25Rumormill: Cadillac Volt coming to Detroit?

Click above for a high-res gallery of the Cadillac Provoq Concept

AddRange-extended electric-vehicle to come from Cadillac?

We already heard news that there could be a smaller Caddy on the way, likely powered by at least one four cylinder engine along with a possible small displacement V6. We like the sound of that and we know that the 2.0-liter direct injection four-banger is up to the task. There are also some rumors floating around that the next vehicle in America to get electric drive after the Chevrolet Volt could come from Cadillac. This rumor is certainly to be taken with a grain of salt, but there may be good

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