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Report: The 2016 Cadillac CTS-V should make around 640hp with a 6.2L supercharged V8

Car spotter Chris Doane apparently heard that the new 2016 Cadillac CTS-V should make something in the neighborhood of 640hp, from a supercharged 6.2L V8. That pretty much sounds like the new CTS-V is getting the new Corvette Z06’s mill, whereas the outgoing model got its V8 from the Corvette ZR-1. The CTS-V apparently gets a detuned […]

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Report: Cadillac CT6 to sport new evolutionary design, but won’t be modeled after Elmiraj

GM’s Vice President of Global Design, Ed Welburn, sat down recently with AutomotiveNews, who said the new Cadillac CT6 will feature Cadillac’s latest design language, but it won’t be modeled after the Elmiraj Concept, unfortunately. That said, we can expect other Cadillac models to resemble the CT6 with various design cues, both on the inside and […]

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Report: Cadillac confirms next CTS-V to show up in Detroit

The 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show turned out to kick off auto show season with a huge bang, making it a tough act to follow. But now, Detroit is turning out to be a class-act successor as the next biggest worldly automotive exposition to happen in the near future. And here’s why. Cadillac just confirmed […]

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Cadillac plans to launch nine new models in five years

Cadillac’s President, Johan de Nysschen, released a statement, calling for the release of up to nine new models over the next five years in China, given the fact that China’s the most powerful market right now. That might not seem to matter too much on the surface, but because of China’s premiere market, Cadillac could […]

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Report: Cadillac CT6 to be unveiled at the New York Auto Show next year

AutomotiveNews received from confirmation from Cadillac that the all-new CT6 sedan should surface at the New York Auto Show next year, which occurs in April. The CT6 is the first car to adopt Cadillac’s new naming system, where all non-crossover models receive the CT moniker, plus a number to signify their placement in the lineup–the […]

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Report: Cadillac plans new crossover, Porsche 911 and Rolls-Royce rivals, confirms Johan de Nysschen

CARandDRIVER recently got the lowdown with Cadillac at Los Angeles, following a year full of big changes. For one thing, Cadillac just moved their entire center of operations from Detroit to New York, and there’s a new CEO in town to move Caddy into the next level. That CEO would be Johan de Nysschen, formerly […]

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Report: Cadillac’s CEO confirms $250,000 model to arrive in about 15 years

Big news rings in from Cadillac following the Los Angeles Auto Show. Reuters sat down with Cadillac’s new CEO, Johan de Nysschen, who confirmed to be establishing plans for a super luxurious model to compete against the likes of Rolls-Royce and Bentley with a projected starting price of around $250,000. “It is too early today for […]

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The NHTSA demands a national recall of Takata airbags

The Takata airbag recall is the latest recall issue to hit the news since GM’s massive recalls over the past year. The problem has become so widespread that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a request of nationwide action as they continue to investigate. Due to the rise in finding deaths related to faulty […]

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2014 LA Auto Show: Our Reveal Round-Up – Your official guide to the 2014 LA Auto Show

So the 2014 Los Angeles International Auto Show Press Days have just about wrapped up and after a week long of festivities, there’s a lot to keep your eyes out for if you’ll be attending the show during the public’s viewing. As previously reported, the LA Auto Show features over 30 world debuts with about […]

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2014 LA Auto Show: Next to the new Cadillac ATS-V is its motorsports sibling, the ATS-V.R Race Car

Next to the revealing of the Cadillac ATS-V was the unveiling of the all-new Cadillac ATS-V.R Race Car, which puts Cadillac back on the map for some serious touring car racing. That said, you can almost look at the ATS-V as a sort of homologation car (though not really). The plans is to have the […]

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