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The latest from Cadillac takes on crosstown rival and bestsellers

The latest from Cadillac takes on crosstown rival and bestsellers.

First Drive

Will the bull market for crossovers last long enough for Caddy to cash in?

Will the bull market for crossovers last long enough for Caddy to cash in?

Podcast

Plus thoughts on Nissan's Z car, the death of the Beetle, Ford Focus Active and writing

Plus thoughts on Nissan's Z car, the death of the Beetle, Ford Focus Active and writing.

Confirmed

XTS goes, while Cadillac plans ATS and CTS replacements

The XTS will go away, while Cadillac plans ATS and CTS replacements

Report

Recent replacement of former boss Johan de Nysschen won't alter plans

The recent replacement of former boss Johan de Nysschen won't alter plans.

New York

Sharp compact crossover has weight of brand’s expectations to carry

Cadillac spent years and years improving its mainline sedans, the CTS and ATS, turning them into awfully good impressions of BMWs from a few years before. The thing is, great sedans aren't selling, and crossovers sure are. Cadillac's XT5 is the only crossover in the lineup, something that's had American Cadillac dealers gnashing their teeth and wailing — although anyone they can upsell into an Escalade can staunch the bleeding. That brings us to the new XT4, which is smaller than the XT5 b

Report

It'll become the brand's new flagship above the CT6

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.

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And he has some off-beat theories on why people aren't buying sedans

Cadillac president Johan de Nysschen chatted with journalists at a recent roundtable, expounding on everything from domestic racing to Chinese manufacturing. The brand's been doing a slow burn on rolling out new products and increasing sales, but admittedly, there was a lot of work to do. After closing out last year 0.8 percent down in the U.S., the domestic luxury brand is more than 5 percent up so far this year, thanks to healthy double-digit bumps for the ATS and Escalade, and increased fleet

Official

It will make its debut at the New York Auto Show

Cadillac is getting the crossovers it needs.

Spy Shots

Check out those tall taillights

They remind us of the old CTS wagon.

Report

The crossover previously known as the XT3 will be built alongside the Malibu to spread costs.

The crossover previously known as the XT3 will be built alongside the Malibu to spread costs.