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First Drive

The Next Chapter For Cadillac

We test drive the 2016 Cadillac CT6 in Southern California. It's the brand's largest and most important fullsize sedan, and goes on sale this March.

Detroit

We Discuss Cadillac's New XT5 and CT6 Models

From the Cadillac booth at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, Jonathon Buckley interviews Cadillac CMO Uwe Ellinghaus. Topics include Cadillac's future, including its new XT5 and CT6 models.

Official

When the Cadillac CT6 hits dealerships in March of 2016, it will carry a starting price of $54,490. That's a reasonable price for a range-topping luxury car.

Featured

Catching Up With The General's Product Czar

We sit down with General Motors executive vice president Mark Reuss to get the lowdown on all things product. He's optimistic about the 2016 Chevy Malibu and Cadillac CT6, and he thinks the ATS-V will "flame the M3 and M4." And that's just the tip of the iceberg.

Exclusive

Caddy Also Considering V-Series Model

Cadillac is poised to reveal a hybrid version of the CT6 sedan later this month at the Shanghai Motor Show.

New York

Flagship Caddy Bows In New York With Three Engines, RWD Or AWD, And Tons Of Luxury

The Cadillac CT6 is finally making its official debut at the 2015 New York Auto Show as the flagship model in the luxury brand's lineup. The lightweight, aluminum-intensive sedan offers three engines, rear- or all-wheel drive and a host of opulent equipment inside to lure buyers.

Breaking

You're looking at the 2016 Cadillac CT6, aided by the almost inevitable internet-aided leak, ahead of its debut at the New York Auto Show this week.

Luxury Brand Promises New Powertrains For New Vehicles In New Segments

Cadillac debuted its new family of V6 engines Friday, but that's not all General Motors' luxury brand has in store for the coming years.

Featured

Trademark filings are the tea leaves of the auto industry. Read them carefully – and interpret them correctly – and you might be previewing an automaker's future product plans. Here's a list of 10 we want to see go from paperwork to production reality.