Brand’s President Discusses Cadillac’s Future Models

Johan de Nysschen, president of Cadillac, recently sat down with Car and Driver to reveal what’s on the horizon for the carmaker. His remarks may seem surprising but follows the trend of what’s becoming Cadillac’s M.O. of late. The company has more energy now that it ever has, which is being funneled into Cadillac’s future… (read more)

Prepare for a Hopped-Up Cadillac ATS on the Racing Circuit

When Cadillac first put together the ATS-V.R Racer, it’s hard not to wonder if the engineers were yelling, “It’s alive!  IT’S ALIVE!” as it rolled off the assembly line. This is one hopped-up Cadillac. View the new Cadillac ATS-V here. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/89368373831302918/ What Cadillac did was take the powertrain found in the Cadillac ATS-V and gave… (read more)

Cadillac CT6 Flagship Sedan Announced

Cadillac has at long last announced the new name for its flagship sedan, and despite our earliest guesses, it is not named after a mythical creature or a ferocious bird of prey. It will be called the CT6, and while the name is extraordinarily simple, the final product will be anything but. “The Cadillac CT6… (read more)

Fingers-Crossed: The Compact Cadillac ATS-V Coupe May Upset Some German Automakers

Here at Crest Cadillac, we’ve had goose bumps ever since we saw pictures of the new 2016 Cadillac ATS-V Coupe. With an aggressive new look and a twin-turbo under the hood, this model promises to be one of the best luxury sports cars on the road (that’s right Germans, step aside). So what’s the big… (read more)

New Cadillac Convertible Editions are on the Horizon

If you love the feel of your hair blowing in the wind while you’re driving, we here at Crest Cadillac may have some good news for you: Cadillac is considering making some new convertibles. While these models might not be seen for a little while, Cadillac has already shared images of prospective concepts. According to… (read more)

Cadillac’s Cut-and-Sew Interiors Bring Together Art and Science

Cadillac is the only automaker that employs a “Cut-and-Sew” method of constructing the materials in every single one of its cars. The Cut-and-Sew method uses a unique combination of high-tech equipment and handcraftsmanship. “Put simply, Cut-and-Sew is people sitting behind sewing machines and sewing the material together,” said Eric Clough, director of design, Cadillac interiors… (read more)

Cadillac and American Airlines Partner on New Airport Transport System

The holidays are coming—sooner than you think—which means something terrible for many of you: air travel. However, thanks to Cadillac and American Airlines, the flying experience is about to get a bit more convenient and a whole lot less stressful. The two companies have partnered on a new airport transport system designed to take you… (read more)

Cadillac CT6 Technology Showcases Cadillac Innovation

In order to showcase their technological and engineering prowess, Cadillac has elected to make the Cadillac CT6 its showcase sedan. A combination of new features will allow the CT6 to shine as the new flagship car. We here at Crest Cadillac couldn’t be more excited for the new model. Most notable of the new Cadillac… (read more)

Cadillac’s Future Lineup Promises to be 90 Percent New by 2020

Cadillac’s newly-appointed Chief, Johan de Nysschen, has wasted no time, already shaking things up in his new role. First, the all-new Cadillac CT6 was announced, and then he made the decision to move Cadillac’s headquarters to New York City. Now, he has announced plans to massively expand and update the automaker’s current lineup. Reports have… (read more)

Your First Details About the Cadillac CT6

At Crest Cadillac, we’ve eagerly anticipated news about the brand’s new range-topping, RWD sedan. Now, we know what we can call our new obsession: the Cadillac CT6. “This Cadillac will be the lightest and most agile car in the class of top-level large luxury sedans,” said Travis Hester, executive chief engineer, Cadillac CT6. “Using the… (read more)