Big changes are coming at Cadillac. The 2016 Cadillac CT6 is the harbinger of those changes. It heralds both the brand’s new naming system, new lightweight construction methods, and eventually a new family of engines. So what does that mean for the CTS, ATS and XTS?
I've decided that the time has come for me to address Cadillac's new naming scheme, which is a hot-button automotive topic affecting a vast array of Americans, from the nation's airport limo drivers to its funeral directors.
Cadillac confirmed today what we suspected last week about the 2014 XTS VSport: Along with the 2014 CTS, it will in fact get a 3.6-liter twin-turbo V6 engine with a massive amount of horsepower.
Anthony Bourdain is to food what Martin Luther was to Catholicism. Technically, he's an insider, but he disdains the popular and false idols (Paula Deen/Guy Fieri) and tries to bring what seemed sacred and exceptional to the masses.
Car enthusiasts have mostly ignored the Chevy Impala since its switch to FWD in 2000 and Americans fled to SUVs and crossovers years earlier, leaving the car a darling of no one but fleet operators. This first glimpse of the 2014 Chevy Impala's strong kink is the first evidence that there may be a reason to give the…
This booty belongs to none other than the Cadillac XTS, the long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long overdue replacement for the ancient STS/DTS white elephants. It's going to be notable for its spacious, luxurious interior, but what really sets it apart is that fat ass. How many dead snitches could you fit in…
With the 2013 Cadillac XTS, the General's luxury brand finally has a full-size sedan that fits in with its CTS-led future. Not only does it share the CTS' nouveau Art & Science exterior design language, but they manage to take things even further once you step inside. The XTS looks like it has the highest-quality…
Here's the first image of the gorgeous new Cadillac XTS, a modern full-sized replacement for the outgoing DTS/STS twin bus-sized sedans. Behold, the Cadillac of luxo-barges.
General Motors hasn't historically been what you'd call an automotive infotainment innovator. That is, until now. This video, the first public glimpse of the interior of the new Cadillac XTS luxo-barge, lifts the veil off GM's luxury brand's new gorgeous Apple-like future.
Confirming what was already well known, General Motors said today it would add two new Cadillac models next year — the big XTS and the small ATS, a 3-Series fighter whose profile was shown in this chiaroscuro teaser.
The Cadillac XTS debuted to a bunch of loud music and a grinning Brian Nesbitt. This is the replacement for the DTS and STS, albeit in concept form. Big (art and) science!
The Cadillac XTS Platinum Concept was designed as a luxury sedan/personal headquarters — built for luxury and connectivity. It's like a giant Vertu cell phone encased in a cocoon of blubber hiding in a sleek, stylish spaceship-like metal muumuu.