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2021 Cadillac Escalade to feature 38-inch curved OLED screen
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17th Dec 2019
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2021 Cadillac Escalade to feature 38-inch curved OLED screen

The next-generation Cadillac Escalade will have a curved OLED display measuring 38 inches diagonally. OLED technology is typically found on smaller consumer devices, such as smartphones and smartwatches. Without the need for a backlight, OLED screens have deeoper blacks, and can be more easily made into interesting shapes.
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Planned GM EVs may revive Hummer name – report
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21st Oct 2019
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Planned GM EVs may revive Hummer name – report

General Motors (GM) may be looking to its past to find a solution for the future. Ironically, its brand most maligned for being eco-unfriendly may become its new electric-only brand. Reuters reports General Motors is developing a range of premium electric pickup trucks and SUVs, some of which may wear the defunct Hummer name.
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2020 Cadillac CT4 revealed
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15th Sep 2019
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2020 Cadillac CT4 revealed

After unveiling the sporty CT4-V earlier this year, Cadillac has now taken the wraps off the rest of the CT4 range. The CT4 uses an updated version of the Alpha platform underpinning the Chevrolet Camaro and Cadillac CT5 sedan. That’s good news as Alpha cars have been frequently praised by critics for their dynamics. In terms of size, it’s almost identical to the old entry-level ATS. Total length is 4756mm, fractionally longer than a BMW 3 Series but with a wheelbase 76mm shorter at 2775mm.
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2019 Cadillac CT5 detailed
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20th Apr 2019
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2019 Cadillac CT5 detailed

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20th Apr 2019
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2019 Cadillac CT5 detailed

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Cadillac goes metric... for its drivetrain badging
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13th Mar 2019
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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.
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Mark Reuss, former Holden chief, becomes president of GM
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4th Jan 2019
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Mark Reuss, former Holden chief, becomes president of GM

Mark Reuss, who was once the managing director of Holden, has been appointed as the president of General Motors, effectively immediately. He replaces Dan Ammann, who has been president since 2014. Ammann has stepped down to take control of Cruise, the company's autonomous driving division. Although he now occupies the president's chair, Reuss will keep his existing roles as the head of the Global Product Group, Global Quality and Cadillac.
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