Cadillac continues to move its brand in a global direction, with design, powertrains and technology intended to be fully competitive with German entries, while differentiating the American standard with elements of its historically American personality. The brand's biggest news, at least in terms of sales volume, is the new XT5 midsize crossover.

CADILLAC XT5: Cadillac's all-new midsize crossover benefits from lightweight construction, a redesigned V6 and new technology.

ATS Coupe and Sedan: Cadillac's compact sedan and two-door coupe receive 'streamlined' trim levels and 'enriched' packaging, while Cadillac CUE is now standard. The ATS-V offers a Carbon Black Sport package, and Cadillac CUE enhancements.

CT6: A Plug-In hybrid will be on sale in the spring. Also, the luxury four-door receives CUE enhancements, and new colors.

CTS: Cadillac's 5 Series competitor receives a new grille, rear fascia, 'streamlined' trim levels and CUE enhancements. The high-performance CTS-V offers a Carbon Black Sport package.

XTS: Cadillac's large, traditional four-door receives a revised gauge cluster and Teen Driver feature. As if...

ESCALADE: The SUV of presidents receives new tech and safety features – and 22-inch wheels!

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