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

Cadillac Is Developing A Twin-Turbo V8 For Its Flagship CT6

Cadillac CEO Johan de Nysschen joined us today to answer all your burning questions, and while we threw everything at him from the standards about stick-shift wagons to donked SRXs, he did drop a bit of knowledge about the upcoming CT6. Specifically, it's going to have GM's only twin-turbo V8. » 2/23/15 1:40pm 2/23/15 1:40pm

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

How Cheap Do Cadillac Sedans Have To Get Before People Buy Them?

Recently we reported that Cadillac is throwing all kinds of money at the ATS and CTS sedans due to slow sales, while Escalade production can't keep up with demand. As the unofficial Jalopnik new car correspondent, I did some searching and found you can get killer deals on Caddies, but will it help? » 2/11/15 8:35am 2/11/15 8:35am

Cadillac's Making A Baby Car To Battle The Little Germans

The entry-level luxury market has been completely flooded with itty bitty Teutons as of late, from the Audi A3 to the Mercedes-Benz CLA to the BMW 2-series. And that's a problem for Cadillac, because they want to win the luxury war, and they're haven't been fighting that battle. Yet. And that's going to change. » 1/12/15 8:20pm 1/12/15 8:20pm

Cadillac CTS Gets Up To $3,000 Price Drop So People Will Actually Buy It

Last month in America, Mercedes-Benz sold 5,119 copies of their E-Class sedan, according to GoodCarBadCar. BMW moved 5,517 5-Series sedans. How did Cadillac do? They only sold 2,652 CTS-es. This happens every month, and now Cadillac is taking steps to try and fix it. » 1/08/15 9:36am 1/08/15 9:36am

Cadillac Executive Says Dealerships Are Part Of The Problem

Poor Cadillac can't catch a break, sales are down 5.9% this year while other luxury car companies are having record numbers. The problem, according to General Motors, is not the lack of competitive product, because Caddy is making some damn good cars. The problem is the dealerships. » 12/18/14 10:26am 12/18/14 10:26am

Cadillac Is The One Car Company That Doesn't Need More Car People

Cadillac is moving to New York, and there's been some consternation about that. It's abandoning America's Motor City, it's turning its back on everything it does best, and, perhaps the most pernicious accusation of all, it doesn't need the gearhead. But that last accusation is true, and we should be rejoicing. » 12/09/14 3:10pm 12/09/14 3:10pm