The Cadillac ELR Is Now Way Cheaper And A Lot Better

I kinda feel bad for the Cadillac ELR. It’s not a bad car at all, really, it’s just a victim of a too-high price tag that puts it in competition with the Tesla Model S, compromised packaging, and a notorious marketing campaign that probably didn’t help to sell cars. It’s been refreshed for the 2016… » 4/15/15 1:20pm 4/15/15 1:20pm

The 2016 Cadillac CT6's Interior Dials Down The Crazy, And That's Good

Generally speaking, I’ve been a fan of Cadillac’s stuff over the past few years. They make damn good cars that are fast and luxurious and stylish, even if they aren’t quite on the level of the Germans in some areas. But one major sticking point has been their CUE infotainment system and haptic touch panel for certain… » 4/01/15 3:33pm 4/01/15 3:33pm

The Cadillac CT6 Is A Return To Rolling In Resplendent American Luxury

This is the car that’s supposed to be driving Cadillac’s future. This is the car that’s supposed to be pointing the way for American luxury. This isn’t supposed to be a competitor to the big German flagships, but it’s getting there. This is the 2016 Cadillac CT6. This might be the return to big back-seat American… » 3/31/15 8:35pm 3/31/15 8:35pm

Why The 2016 Cadillac CT6 Is A Big Deal For GM

Just 12 hours or so before its official debut at the New York Auto Show (or sooner if it leaks, which it probably will) Cadillac showed off a photo of the 2016 Cadillac CT6 hiding under a sheet. That's kind of silly since everybody kind of knows what it looks like, so let's explore instead why the CT6 is a big deal. » 3/31/15 10:24am 3/31/15 10:24am

Cadillac Will Debut A Whole New Family Of V6 Engines Next Month

Yesterday, Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen stopped by for a fantastic live Q&A session. The problem is, he got far more questions than he had time to answer in just an hour. So he's answered some more, and just told us that Cadillac will debut an entirely new family of V6 engines next month. Whoa. » 2/24/15 11:47am 2/24/15 11:47am

Ask Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen Anything

The leadership at most automakers tend to be quiet, shrinking violets. Only occasionally do you get one that makes their multitude of opinions public information. Thankfully, Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen is not the quiet type. At all. And he's here for the next hour to answer your questions. This will be fun. » 2/23/15 11:45am 2/23/15 11:45am