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Cadillac Escala concept debuts brand's new styling direction

The Cadillac Escala concept has made its debut ahead of the 2016 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, and is said to preview the brand's new design direction. If the Escala is a true guide to what's coming up from the American luxury brand, future Cadillacs will have a smoother and more classically beautiful sense of style...

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Cadillac teases concept car interior with curved OLED displays
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Cadillac teases concept car interior with curved OLED displays

Cadillac has teased the interior of a new concept car that it will unveil later this week at Monterey Car Week. The concept car's interior will feature at least three free-standing curved OLED displays on the dashboard. The screen in front of the driver features a speedometer, navigation, and other functions typically associated with the instrument cluster...


Cadillac CT6 includes first surround-view recording system
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Cadillac CT6 includes first surround-view recording system

The top-of-the-range Cadillac CT6, which went on sale in the US earlier this year, is being touted as the first car in the world to come with a factory-fitted surround-view recording system. In addition to allowing drivers to view live video from the surround-view camera setup, the CT6 also lets them record footage, in one of two modes, onto an SD card located in the car's boot...


Australian Mike Simcoe to become GM's global design chief on May 1
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Australian Mike Simcoe to become GM's global design chief on May 1

Australian designer Michael Simcoe will take over from Ed Welburn as the vice president of General Motors Global Design on May 1. In the process, Simcoe will become the seventh global design leader at GM, following in the footsteps of Harley Earl, Bill Mitchell, Irvin Rybicki, Chuck Jordan, Wayne Cherry, and the soon-to-depart Ed Welburn...


Cadillac planning ultra-luxe Bentley rivals beyond 2020 - report
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Cadillac planning ultra-luxe Bentley rivals beyond 2020 - report

General Motors’ premium arm Cadillac is preparing a super-luxury SUV and sedan pair to rival the likes of Bentley by the end of the next decade, according to a new report. Following the release of the opulent Bentley Bentayga, along with its upcoming competition in the Aston Martin DBX, Lamborghini Urus and Rolls Royce SUV, Cadillac is reportedly planning its own player in the ultra-luxe SUV segment...


Cadillac XT5 revealed: New premium SUV push begins
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Cadillac XT5 revealed: New premium SUV push begins

The all-new 2016 Cadillac XT5 has been unveiled, with the covers coming off in Dubai overnight ahead of an official premiere at the 2016 LA auto show later this month. Replacing the six year-old SRX, the XT5 joins the large CT6 sedan in Cadillac’s new ‘T-number’ naming strategy...


Cadillac chief argues for more autonomy from GM - report
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Cadillac chief argues for more autonomy from GM - report

Johan de Nysschen, the head of Cadillac, has said his brand should have more autonomy within GM and rewarded for the profits that it generates. According to Automotive News, de Nysschen told a gathering of financial analysts that Cadillac will, by 2017, enjoy "a far higher degree of autonomy and self sufficiency" within the General Motors corporate structure, and outsiders will be able to see how much money it is making or losing...


Fiat Chrysler boss asked GM for a merger, was rebuffed - report
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Fiat Chrysler boss asked GM for a merger, was rebuffed - report

Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat Chrysler, reportedly asked his counterpart at General Motors, Mary Barra, about the possibility of merger earlier this year, but was turned down. A report in The New York Times claims that in March of this year, Marchionne sent Barra an email requesting a meeting to talk about a potential merger between the two automakers...


Canada sells its GM shares, Government Motors tag no longer true
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Canada sells its GM shares, Government Motors tag no longer true

Canada has sold its last remaining shares in General Motors, ending a period of government investment in the American automaker. The move was announced earlier this week, as the federal government sold 73.4 million shares in GM to Goldman Sachs. The Canadian government's block of shares represent around 4.6 percent of GM's outstanding stock...


Cadillac coming to Australia in 2020
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Cadillac coming to Australia in 2020

General Motor’s luxury brand Cadillac is gearing up for an Australia launch with its upcoming range of new vehicles that are engineered for right-hand drive. Speaking to CarAdvice at today’s New York auto show, the brand’s director of global marketing, Jim Vurpillat, confirmed the brand’s intentions to enter right-hand drive markets, such as Australia, by 2020...


Cadillac CT6 flagship sedan leaked ahead of New York debut
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Cadillac CT6 flagship sedan leaked ahead of New York debut

An completely undisguised image of the new Cadillac CT6 has leaked prior to the flagship sedan's debut in New York. Although the new Caddy isn't the much hoped for sedan version of the stunning Elmiraj concept, it does boast a number of firsts for GM's top-shelf brand...


Cadillac CTS-V sedan revealed with 477kW/855Nm V8
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Cadillac CTS-V sedan revealed with 477kW/855Nm V8

The high-performance Cadillac CTS-V has been unveiled a few weeks prior to its official launch at the 2015 Detroit motor show. Under the CTS-V's new bulging carbonfibre bonnet there's a version of GM's 6.2-litre supercharged V8, which has been tuned to churn out 477kW of power and 855Nm of torque...


Cadillac CT6 to debut live streaming rear view mirror
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Cadillac CT6 to debut live streaming rear view mirror

Next year's range-topping Cadillac CT6 sedan will be the first car to feature GM's live streaming rear-view mirror. The Cadillac CT6 sedan will take on the likes of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and BMW 7 Series when it launches towards the tail-end of 2015, and as part of its technology package, the luxury model will offer a digital mirror that live streams imagery from a camera mounted out the back...


Cadillac wants 911 fighter after 2020, diesel-powered models by 2019
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Cadillac wants 911 fighter after 2020, diesel-powered models by 2019

As part of plans by Cadillac to reassert itself to "a pre-eminent position among global luxury brands", the brand will add diesel engines to its lineup and would like to have a Porsche 911 competitor in the medium term. At the recent Los Angeles auto show, Johan de Nysschen, president of Cadillac, spoke to Car and Driver about his plans for GM's luxury marque...


GM to slash platforms to four by 2025
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GM to slash platforms to four by 2025

General Motors CEO, Mary Barra, has committed the company to reducing its number of platforms to just four. While the eyes of the world were on Paris, over in Detroit Barra and her executive team were the headline act at an investor briefing session in Detroit. There she told Reuters, among others, that the company would slash its number of platforms from today's 26 to four by the year 2025...


Aggressive Cadillac seeks to conquer Germans from New York headquarters
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Aggressive Cadillac seeks to conquer Germans from New York headquarters

General Motors’ mission to return luxury arm Cadillac to “a pre-eminent position among global luxury brands” has taken on a new dimension this week, with the company spinning off its flagship brand into a separate business unit based out of New York, and away from Detroit...


Cadillac to offer hands-free driving, vehicle-to-vehicle communication from 2016
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Cadillac to offer hands-free driving, vehicle-to-vehicle communication from 2016

Over the weekend, at the Intelligent Transport System World Congress, GM CEO Mary Barra announced that Cadillac will soon offer Super Cruise and vehicle-to-vehicle communication in some of its upcoming vehicles. Super Cruise is only a working name for now, but it will allow an equipped car to pilot itself in "certain highway driving conditions"...


Infiniti boss Johan de Nysschen resigns to run Cadillac
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Infiniti boss Johan de Nysschen resigns to run Cadillac

The President of Infiniti, Johan De Nysschen, has tendered his resignation from Nissan's luxury marque and will soon begin his job as the next head of Cadillac. According to an Automotive News report, de Nysschen tendered his resignation to Nissan earlier this week. He cited personal reasons for his move, as his family currently lives in the USA...


Staggering GM North America recall list now tops 20 million vehicles
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Staggering GM North America recall list now tops 20 million vehicles

Beleaguered US car-making giant General Motors has now recalled more than 20 million vehicles across North America since the beginning of 2014, with 17.8 million in the United States alone. The company last night announced a further six separate recall campaigns on a vast range of models sold almost entirely in the US, Canada and Mexico, bringing the total number of separate campaigns to 44 since January 13 this year...


Cadillac could "easily flourish" in Australia, says marketing boss
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Cadillac could "easily flourish" in Australia, says marketing boss

Cadillac’s global marketing boss has shed more light on his aspirations to sell cars in Australia. Following his admission in January that General Motors’ luxury division was once again eyeing our market, Cadillac chief marketing officer Uwe Ellinghaus told CarAdvice at the Geneva motor show a local introduction remains some years off, but believes the iconic American brand could “easily flourish” in our crowded market in the future...