The technology will start appearing in other Cadillacs next year.
That's $4,000 more than the pre-order price for the same car.
Semi-autonomous tech that simply works.
First up is the 550-horsepower CT6-V in 2019
And here's how to tell you're looking at a CT4 instead of a CT5
It's not just for Cadillac anymore.
Cadillac president Johan de Nysschen bluntly shot down rumors his brand's powerful twin-turbo V8 is also headed for the Chevy Corvette. Speaking Wednesday at the New York Auto Show, he said: "Just quit the speculation it's headed for Corvette. It's not."
With the refresh of the Cadillac CT6 for 2019, Cadillac welcomes the first CT6 V-Sport as well as a new trim strategy. The changes at the front for the CT6 lineup don't appear substantial viewed head-on, one needs a side view to appreciate the greater three-dimensionality. Thinner headlights and a thinner bumper above a slightly larger lower front intake emphasize the mesh grille, and the vertical LED DRLs make more dramatic statements thanks to those narrower headlights. By angling the main uni
Cadillac is reportedly planning a new flagship four-door, and it won't be based on its alphanumeric naming system a la the CT6. It'll be the Escala, the stunning concept fastback it revealed in 2016 in Pebble Beach.
Makes you forget about the old Cadillac ELR.
Cadillac has a choice here between a tactical move, or a strategic one.
A 1-for-3 simplification.
Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen puts the kibosh on the killing talk.
Here's a list of the cars at risk.
German and Japanese automakers and companies like Tesla will reap the rewards.