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2021 Cadillac Escalade leaked undisguised

Less than a day after the related Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban were revealed, leaks have outed the design of the next-generation Cadillac Escalade. Photos of exterior were published by Allcarnews on Instagram, while the shots of the interior were given to Carscoops. Externally, the new Escalade differs from the Tahoe/Suburban primarily via its unique front-end design...

Cadillac commits to the manual transmission

The motoring world is moving away from manual transmissions, but Cadillac has committed to keeping three-pedal performance cars alive. Having launched the warmed-over CT4-V and CT5-V, vehicles similar in approach to AMG 43 or BMW M Performance models, Cadillac confirmed there are proper M and AMG rivals in the works – and they'll have manual variants...

2020 Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V revealed

Cadillac has unveiled its latest V-Series cars, the CT4-V and CT5-V, as it puts AMG 43 and BMW M Sport models in its sights. And no, don't hold your breath for them in Australia. This is actually the CT4's official debut. It'll go head-to-head with the Audi A3 and Mercedes-Benz A-Class when the range launches in full – for now, it's V-Series only...

Cadillac CT5 revealed for the US

Cadillac has revealed the all-new CT5 sedan, which will replace the ageing CTS in the brand's line-up. Scheduled to make its public debut at the New York motor show next month, the CT5 sports a mini-me design drawing upon the larger CT6 – which will be retired at the end of the year – and will compete with the likes of the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class...

Cadillac goes metric... for its drivetrain badging

Cadillac will soon begin phasing out engine displacement-based badges, such as 2.0T, 3.6 and 3.0TT, in favour of new ones denoting the maximum amount of torque the drivetrain produces. “We’re not talking about displacements anymore,” Steve Carlisle, head of Cadillac brand, told industry journal Automotive News...

Cadillac electric crossover previewed

The first-ever electric car from Cadillac has been previewed ahead of its release in a few years time. As we've previously reported, the as-yet-unnamed Cadillac crossover will be the first production car to use General Motors' new electric vehicle platform. The EV platform can accommodate a variety of battery sizes, and can be configured to for front-, rear-, or all-wheel drive setups...

2020 Cadillac XT6 unveiled

The new Cadillac XT6 crossover has been unveiled ahead of its in-the-flesh debut at the 2019 Detroit motor show. Design-wise the new seven-seat SUV has front and rear ends largely inspired by the 2016 Escala concept, although it misses out on that vehicle's slinky proportions and silhouette. Available features include an 8...

Cadillac to lead GM's electric car push

General Motors (GM) has confirmed Cadillac will become its "lead electric vehicle brand", and be the first to offer a vehicle based on its new EV platform. In a shareholder statement declaring its outlook for 2019, the company said Cadillac will "introduce the first model from the company’s all-new battery electric vehicle architecture"...

Cadillac CT6 PHEV canned in North America

Cadillac has pulled the plug on its flagship CT6 plug-in hybrid, having debuted the car at the 2015 Shanghai motor show. Speaking with GM Authority, the company said it would focus on "the launch of the comprehensive 2019 mid-cycle and the first-ever V-Series variant of the top-of-range sedan" for 2019. "Cadillac remains committed to electrified systems for our vehicles...

Toyota Japan to start subscription service, Cadillac suspends its program

Toyota has announced it will start a subscription service for Japan in 2019, a day after Cadillac confirmed it's suspending the Book by Cadillac service in the USA. Details about the Toyota's new Kinto subscription service are a bit vague right now, with the company still working through its operational details...

Cadillac nixes diesel development in favour of electrification - report

Cadillac has put the development of diesel engines on hold, as the wider industry pushes toward hybrid and pure-electric vehicles. According to a report by Automotive News, Steve Carlisle, president of Cadillac, said "markets may be changing more quickly" than the company first anticipated. "Going forward, we will focus on electrification," he told the industry journal...