Four new TV spots, red carpet branding and a microsite are just the beginning.
Will the bull market for crossovers last long enough for Caddy to cash in?
These two American midsize luxury SUVs are awfully similar.
The XTS will go away, while Cadillac plans ATS and CTS replacements
Also (still) on the menu: an XT7 three-row, and a CT3 small sedan.
We were promised cameras in place of mirrors. Cadillac delivered.
Johan de Nysschen sets the record straight.
In the aftermath of recent earthquakes in Japan, GM is expecting a shortage in the supply of certain parts, so it's shutting down four of its plants in North America for two weeks.
Hot on the heels of launching the XT5 crossover, Cadillac is planning a larger, three-row version. Make way for the new Cadillac XT7.
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.
Automobile interviews Cadillac CMO Uwe Ellinghaus, touching on just about every major issue affecting the brand and the industry.
With four sedans and one crossover, Cadillac's lineup isn't where it needs to be. And yes, President Johan de Nysschen is frustrated over this.
We curate the week's events with a focus of the 2017 Cadillac XT5. Plus, other news and notes from around the industry.
Standard V6 power, a nearly 300-pound weight reduction, and attractive new sheetmetal round out the improvements for Cadillac's first Crossover Touring 5.
Cadillac has given us an advance look at its upcoming new XT5 crossover on its official Facebook page, ahead of the model's debut this November in Dubai.