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Cadillac Teases Massive 2021 Escalade Display

While the world has already seen unofficial images of the 2021 Cadillac Escalade, Cadillac PR has decided to tease the real-deal anyway. Today General Motors' luxury division rolled out a brief video teasing a massive curved, 38-inch OLED display that will be found on the dash of the redesigned Escalade.  Cadillac says the display is the first of its kind…

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Cadillac Ditching Alphanumeric Names

Since Cadillac's original renaissance back in the early 2000's the brand has been hung up on alphanumeric names. It's gotten even more complicated in recent years as the brand introduced numbers into the mix; ironic given the rich naming legacy the Cadillac brand has at its disposal. Apparently Cadillac has picked up on the irony, because it says its switching…

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2021 Cadillac Escalade Breaks Cover

General Motors started showing off its all-new full-size SUVs last night with the reveal of the 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban, but the 2021 Cadillac Escalade was not part of said reveal. That said, the all-new Escalade has leaked out ahead of its reveal, by way of some factory workers at the plant that builds it.  The folks over at CarScoops have…

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Cadillac CT6 Production Ending in January

It's been known for awhile now that the days of the Cadillac CT6 flagship sedan are numbered. Now, the end of Cadillac's short-lived big sedan is firm with production slated to end next month at GM's Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly plant.  According to AutoBlog, GM has filed employment paperwork with the state of Michigan confirming plans to layoff workers at the plant starting…

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2020 Cadillac CT5-V $40,000 Less Than CTS-V

Cadillac is in the process of rebalancing its sedan portfolio, which includes drastically lower prices than the previous ATS and CTS lineup. As such, the 2020 Cadillac CT5-V is significantly cheaper than the CTS-V it indirectly-but-not-really replaces.  According to Cadillac the CT5-V will start at just $48,690, including destination charges. In comparison, the CTS-V starts at $86,995; a near $40,000 delta…

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Cadillac Subscription Service Coming Back From The Dead

Cadillac says it's ready to try the vehicle subscription service once again. General Motors' luxury brand offered a subscription service back in 2017 called Book By Cadillac, but shuttered the service after failing to effectively integrate dealerships into the program.  Speaking at the recent J.D. Power/NADA AutoConference L.A., General Motors chief marketing officer Deborah Wahl said a few Cadillac dealerships…

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Last Cadillac XTS Produced

Production of the Cadillac XTS sedan has formally ended, marking the end of the front-wheel-drive Cadillac sedan. The death comes as no surprise, since General Motors confirmed the car's death months ago as part of a broader reduction of slow selling sedans from its portfolio.  Cadillac Society reports the last XTS rolled down the assembly line last week in Oshawa, Ontario.…

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2020 Cadillac CT4 Priced Lower Than Outgoing ATS

Cadillac has formally announced pricing for its all-new entry-level sedan and it comes in cheaper than the ATS it replaces. Cadillac says the 2020 CT4 will start at $33,990.  The CT4 is based on an updated version of the Alpha architecture that underpinned the former ATS, which started at $36,490 during the 2019 model year. The smaller price point is…

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2020 Cadillac CT4 Revealed (Again)

The 2020 Cadillac CT4 sedan has already been revealed in V-Series flavor, but now the luxury brand is taking the wraps off the rest of the CT4 lineup. Featuring an all-turbocharged engine lineup and what Cadillac calls an expressive design, Caddy is hoping to appeal to a new generation of luxury buyers.  Based on the next-generation Alpha platform, the CT4…

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