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Video: Cadillac reveals all-new 3.0L twin-turbo V6 for 2016 CT6

Cadillac is on the verge of revealing their new CT6 flagship sedan and along with it, a brand new twin-turbocharged V6. Originally, speculation suggested the CT6 would receive the same V6 as the CTS Vsport. But now, we’re learning that the new V6 is an all-new unit, displacing 3.0L instead of 3.6L, but still offering […]

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Cadillac confirms arrival of CT6 at New York by describing its chassis

Cadillac officially confirmed to be bringing their all-new CT6 to New York by describing how its constructed. Based on the latest and greatest Alpha rear-wheel drive platform, the same one underpinning the new ATS and CTS, the new CT6 uses all aluminum. That alone saves 198lbs when compared to traditional steel while 13 other different […]

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Report: The new Cadillac CT6 to get a twin-turbo V6 and V8

Following the brief teaser of the all-new and greatly anticipated Cadillac CT6 flagship sedan during the Oscars, the one being built to compete with the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, Lexus LS, the Hyundai Equus, the BMW 7-Series, Audi A8, Jaguar XJ and the Maserati Quattroporte, word surfaced about what would be sitting under the hood. After speaking […]

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Video: The Cadillac CT6 gets revealed during the Oscars

So if you were paying attention during the Oscars’ commercial breaks, you might have caught a little tease from Cadillac and low and behold, America’s top brass just give a quick look at the all-new, highly anticipated CT6 full-size sedan. This couldn’t get any more exciting since we’ve been waiting for a proper, full-size rear-wheel […]

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Report: A new Cadillac SRX successor to show up in New York

MotorTrend heard through some sources that Cadillac is gearing up to reveal a new SRX for New York in April. The current model’s been with us since 2010 and is rather due for a replacement. But as per usual tips, the SRX’s details for the new generation are very sparse. Speculation does suggest the use of […]

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Offbeat: Drive rich like Warren Buffett by buying his….2006 Cadillac DTS…?

Anyone who has an idea of who Warrant Buffett knows an abundance of money is a very well-known association by his reputation of being the most successful investor of the 20th century. So when news hit the reel that he was selling his car, this brought some attention to a rare opportunity to own a car, […]

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Cadillac’s new BMW M3/M4 fighter, the ATS-V, demands $61,460 of your simoleans

Cadillac’s undoubtedly having an exciting year, not from just the reveal of the all-new third generation CTS-V, but also because America’s top brass finally revealed their first-ever true competitor to the BMW M3 and M4 duet. But in order for one to acquire this BMW competitor, one will have to dolly up at least $61,460 […]

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Test Drive: 2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe by AutoNation

Cadillac has undoubtedly done well to turn itself around over the past decade to become more competitive with the relentless competition from Japan and Europe. One of the latest models to signify this great new era is the all-new Cadillac ATS and ATS Coupe, which are the brand’s first direct competitors to the BMW 3-Series […]

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Report: Cadillac’s de Nysschen says to expect electrification of Caddies in the future

Cadillac’s president, Johan de Nysschen, reportedly spoke at a press conference at the Washington Auto Show last week to share that we could expect to see more electrified cars in the near future in Cadillac’s lineup. This is interesting to hear mainly since de Nysschen was initially against Audi’s initiative for plug-in vehicles when he […]

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Report: More Cadillac crossovers on the way to satisfy the baby boomers

Cadillac should be on the way to revealing a new compact crossover to sit below the midsize SRX, according to Reuters. And this doesn’t seem implausible since the increase in demand for crossovers is relentless. The president of America’s top brass, Johan de Nysschen, spoke to reporters at the Washington Auto Show last week, hinting the […]

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