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Cadillac renames CT6 V-Sport a CT6-V as ATS-V, CTS-V bow out

Cadillac's CT6 V-Sport unveiled at March's 2018 New York auto show will be called a CT6-V when it arrives in showrooms, General Motors production development boss Mark Reuss has confirmed. “As a result of the overwhelming response the CT6 V-Sport received when revealed in early 2018, we've decided to formally make it a V-Series,” he said...

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2020 Cadillac XT6 spy shots

It's been the subject of rumors since at least 2011 but Cadillac's long-awaited three-row crossover SUV has now been spotted in the wild. Expected to go by the name XT6, the new SUV is most likely scheduled for a debut next January at the 2019 Detroit auto show ahead of a sales launch late next summer. This means we should see it arrive as a 2020 model. Our...

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3-row Cadillac crossover to debut at 2019 Detroit auto show

Cadillac will have something to show off at the 2019 Detroit auto show, and it's more than likely a new XT6 crossover SUV. The brand's newly minted president, Steve Carlisle, told Automotive News (subscription required) in an interview published Monday that the next Cadillac debut will show face in Detroit, whose next annual auto show takes place in...

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2020 Cadillac CT4 spy shots

Cadillac's new small sedan has been spotted for the first time. The car will serve as a direct replacement for the ATS and will likely carry the CT4 name into production. It is expected on the market in late 2019 as a 2020 model. Cadillac has previously referred to the car as a compact but it will be bigger than compact offerings already on the market like...

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2019 Cadillac ATS-V Coupe pricier but better equipped

Those in the market for a small sport sedan will have to look away from Cadillac as the ATS-V exits production this year. The brand will gladly sell buyers an ATS-V Coupe, however. Just expect to pay a little more. According to a Cars Direct report published Tuesday, the ATS-V Coupe will cost $4,000 more for the 2019 model year. The price surge represents a...

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Hennessey’s 1,000-horsepower Cadillac CTS-V hits the track and dyno

Cadillac's brute in a suit, the CTS-V, has been a regular at Hennessey's gym and now it's bristling with with 1,000 horsepower and 966 pound-feet of torque. The standard CTS-V is certainly no slouch with its 640 hp, but Hennessey's HPE1000 version is simply an insane-o beast of a sedan. Just listen to the sound the thing makes as it storms Hennessey's track...

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Patent drawings hint at Cadillac Escala-inspired coupe

We may have the first evidence that Cadillac is working on a coupe with styling inspired by the brand's Escala concept unveiled in 2016. Patent drawings discovered recently by Cadillac Society on the website of the United States Patent and Trademark Office depict a coupe with elements almost identical to what's found on the Escala concept, such as the...

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GM pumps $175M into manufacturing next-generation Cadillac sedans

Cadillac will roll out a new vehicle every six months through 2021, and parent automaker General Motors has just ponied up the funds to build two of them. The automaker's Lansing Grand River assembly plant in Michigan received a $175 million investment for next-generation Cadillac sedan production. The two sedans, likely to be called the Cadillac CT5 and...

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Super Cruise coming to full Cadillac lineup, other GM brands

It was only a matter of time. General Motors announced on Wednesday that its Super Cruise semi self-driving system will soon proliferate across the automaker's other brands. The system first debuted with the 2018 Cadillac CT6 and is able to handle most driving functions on divided freeways. After 2020, GM said the system will be available on every single...

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