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Cadillac Unplugs CT6 Plug-In Hybrid

Cadillac is already pulling the CT6 Plug-in Hybrid from the North American market. The electrified large sedan's exit from North America leaves the luxury brand without any electrified models.  Car And Driver reports Cadillac has confirmed it has dropped the CT6 Plug-in Hybrid from its product portfolio for 2019. The exact reasoning for axing it has not been disclosed, but Cadillac…

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Cadillac Celebrates 15 Years of V-Series With 2019 Pedestal Edition ATS-V Coupe and CTS-V

Cadillac first rolled out its V-Series performance sub-brand back in 2004 with the original CTS-V. Now, to celebrate the 15 year mark, the luxury brand is rolling out two special edition ATS-V and CTS-V models.  Starting the first week of November, prospective V-Series buyers will be able to order the 2019 ATS-V or CTS-V in Pedestal Edition format. Cadillac is…

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Cadillac Moving Back to Michigan

Four years after transplanting its luxury brand to New York City, General Motors has announced Cadillac is coming home to Michigan. The move is allegedly designed to bring the Cadillac team closer to their design and engineering counterparts.  The move to NYC's trendy SoHo neighborhood for years ago was instituted under Johan de Nysschen; the bold leader of the brand who…

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Report: Next Cadillac Escalade to Offer Multiple Engines

Since the recent redesign of the Lincoln Navigator, speculation has escalated regarding the next Cadillac Escalade. Well, now a new report suggests the new Escalade will offer a few engine options.  The report, from Cadillac Society, should probably be taken with a grain of salt given its vagueness. Nonetheless, the blog cites unnamed sources familiar with Cadillac's future product plans. The…

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Cadillac Super Cruise Expanding to all Models

Cadillac says its hands-free Super Cruise system will ultimately find its way to all Cadillac vehicles by 2020. The semi-autonomous feature first debuted last year on high-end trim levels of the Cadillac CT6 sedan. GM is also confirming Super Cruise will find its way to non-Cadillac products after 2020, while Cadillac will rollout V2X  communication on a new crossover in…

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Cadillac Eliminating ATS Sedan From Lineup

As sedan sales continue to drop across the industry, Cadillac has confirmed it will drop the ATS Sedan from its lineup. The 2018 model year will be the last for the four-door ATS.  It comes as little surprise that Cadillac has came to this conclusion. Launched in 2012 as a 2013 model, the ATS has consistently underperformed GM's sales expectations.…

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