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2018 Cadillac XTS Gets a CT6 Makeover

We brought you unofficial images of the 2018 Cadillac XTS a few weeks ago, and it turns out those were accurate. This morning Cadillac has formally revealed the refreshed XTS, which actually makes the car look a lot like the larger CT6 sedan. A few new features and revisions round out Cadillac's one-off front-wheel-drive sedan. It really doesn't take a…

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Cadillac CTS Talks To Traffic Lights

Cadillac is currently testing the ability to have its vehicles communicate with traffic lights. The testing is occurring just outside General Motors' Warren, Michigan campus, where certain Cadillac CTS testers are talking to the traffic lights, showcasing vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) technology. Cadillac recently announced it would be among the first automakers to have vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications as standard equipment on the…

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Cadillac Lineup Largely Unchanged For 2018

In the General Motors world, next year's model information always leaks by way of the company's own fleet order guide. Thus far a good chunk of the company's 2018 lineup is already published, including all Cadillac models except for the Escalade and XTS. Despite the antics of a Cadillac in the midst of a major product offensive, 2018 doesn't appear…

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Cadillac XTS Facelift Leaks Online

Thanks once again to the Chinese Government, we have pictures of a new General Motors product before its formal debut. The victim this time is the facelifted Cadillac XTS. Confirmed over a year ago, Cadillac as been working hard on a facelift for its large-FWD sedan. Probably launching in China before North America, the facelift adds some CT6 elements in…

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Report: Cadillac Sticking With Diesel Plans

There's never a lack of diesel drama these days, particularly with luxury brands. Just this week Mercedes-Benz confirmed it would not offer any diesel vehicles on the U.S. market for the 2017 model year (for now), but Cadillac is staying cool on the subject for now. According to a Car And Driver report, the brand is maintaining its plans to…

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Cadillac Announces "Super Cruise"

Cadillac is joining the growing list of brands offering self-driving technologies. Today the company officially announced its long-rumored Super Cruise system, which enables hands-free driving for drivers of the 2018 CT6 sedan. Cadillac says Super Cruise is different from existing driver assistance systems because of two primary reasons: its driver attention system and use of LiDAR mapping data. Those two…

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Cadillac Plans Eight New Models By 2022

Cadillac is no stranger to turnaround attempts. The brand's first revitalization started at the turn of the Millennium with the Art & Science brand theme. Since then General Motors' luxury division has constantly tried to make headway in a cutthroat segment, with some success but much failure. Tasked to finally make a turnaround stick, Cadillac chief Johan de Nysschen is…

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Cadillac Already Advertising SuperCruise

Cadillac is already advertising the brand's semi-autonomous SuperCruise feature. In a recent commercial spot that debuted during the Oscars, Cadillac shows a CT6 sedan being driven hands-free with the caption that "SuperCruise" will be offered in late 2017 on the CT6. For those who aren't up to speed, SuperCruise is Cadillac's answer to Tesla's AutoPilot. SuperCruise will be able to…

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Cadillac Rolling Out V2V Technology

Cadillac will begin rolling out vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications technology in the 2017 CTS sedan. The rollout marks Cadillac as one of the first automakers to launch V2V technology in North America and will allow its vehicles to better understand the environment around them. Cadillac's V2V solution uses Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC) and GPS to retrieve up to 1,000 messages per…

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Cadillac Confirms Upcoming XT4 Crossover

In speaking with Australian publication Motoring Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen confirmed the company's next new product on the sidelines of the Geneva Motor Show. Specifically de Nysschen confirmed what we already knew: that the next new Cadillac will be a small crossover, but he confirmed the name. According to the executive, the new crossover will be named XT4 and…

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