Cadillac CTS-V Performance: What makes it the Most Powerful Cadillac Ever?

Detroit was the place to be for those interested in the future of Cadillac. The luxury automaker gave a close-up look at its most powerful model ever, the CTS-V. Not only is the model the best-looking luxury sedan on the market, but underneath the hood there’s also tons of power. The Cadillac CTS-V performance is… (read more)

Global Cadillac Sales Grow 5 Percent Year Over Year

Global Cadillac sales have grown five percent on a year-over-year basis compared to 2013, with the automaker selling an impressive 263,697 vehicles around the world. Sales downright exploded in China, where the Cadillac brand grew 47 percent thanks to the growth of the ATS and XTS sedans. The former sold 13,276 units while the latter… (read more)

GM and Tula Technology, Inc. Team Up to Create Revolutionary Fuel Saving Technology

Back in 2012, General Motors invested in Silicon Valley startup Tula Technology, Inc. with high hopes of developing a revolutionary fuel saving technology. Less than three years later, and GM Ventures is optimistic that its investment will pay off through a technology that could be deployed in future gasoline-powered GM vehicles. According to a recent… (read more)

Is an All-Aluminum 2016 Cadillac CT6 on Its Way?

Here’s an interesting turn of events: the CT6 was reported over the last several months by many sources to be a combination of lightweight aluminum and high-strength steel. However, Automobile Magazine just reported the vehicle will be constructed from an entirely aluminum body. If Automobile’s reports are true, this would be a far cry from… (read more)

Best Cadillac Models of 2014

Cadillac had quite the year in 2014, thanks to a change in top management that led to numerous changes designed to separate Caddy from other GM brands and make it more competitive with the likes of BMW and Mercedes. As a result, there were plenty of exceptional models this year that we think are worthy… (read more)

Cadillac Brand Philosophy Informed by Millennial Insider

Melody Lee is the new director of brand and reputation strategy for Cadillac. She must be good because she’s got a pretty big job and she’s only 33 years old. A “strategic hire,” Fortune magazine calls her. She sings a beautiful song, so it’s good her parents bestowed her with such a musical name.  By… (read more)

Publicis Worldwide Is Cadillac’s New Ad Agency

Over the past year, Cadillac has been making a lot of changes—a new president, a new headquarters, and now a new creative agency. Cadillac’s new ad agency is Publicis Worldwide and it will help shape the future of the Cadillac brand. “This appointment is designed to accelerate the global expansion and elevation of Cadillac into… (read more)

2016 Cadillac ELR Delay Explained

After a slightly failed attempt to sell original 2014 ELR’s, Cadillac decided to revise the model into something more appealing that addressed the previous model’s faults: hence, the 2016 ELR. However, just before the 2016 model was set to debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show, the car was pulled from schedule and the company’s… (read more)

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)