The Cadillac ATS had a lot of potential. It was a was an engaging small sport sedan that could give the Germans a run for their money in some areas, but for various and legitimate reasons, it unfortunately never found enough customers. Of course, the best version was the insane twin-turbo ATS-V, and now is the time to…
The Cadillac ATS sedan is dying at the end of 2018, and that’s sad. So to commemorate the dear Cadillac sports sedan’s passing, some of us are going to write about our experiences with Cadillac’s attempt to fight BMW’s 3 Series.
It is with some degree of sadness that I must announce to you that the Cadillac ATS sedan—scrappy would-be BMW 3 Series killer, occasional poster child for Cadillac’s troubles, handling delight and proof that rear-drive four-doors still matter—is no more. Production will cease at the end of the 2018 model year run.
Okay, okay, so some people might have died while utilizing Tesla’s semi-autonomous Autopilot system. It’s still the best one there is. Or it isn’t, because Cadillac’s Super Cruise is also a contender, and one Ryan Felton (wrongly) believes it’s better than Autopilot, plus it hasn’t killed anybody.
I’m in moving this week, which means I must physically wrestle all the junk that I have no idea why I kept. I don’t need more stuff. I need to rid myself of stuff. But I will make an exception if you buy me this championship-winning Cadillac DPi-V.R for my birthday. I don’t have one of those, and it’s for sale!
If you thought your Ford Mustang was going to turn heads at the car show, I’m sorry. You brought the wrong car. Don’t even try to to a burnout or you’ll get completely dwarfed by the cloud of tire smoke coming from your great aunt’s Cadillac Fleetwood.
There’s not much else to do with an old, tired car besides build a ramp up to heaven and send it. That’s what these enterprising gentlemen did with a 1980s Sedan de Ville that really, really doesn’t sound good anymore, and surprise: that big old smoking V8 just barely gets the job done anymore.
Flashy commercials, trendy hashtags and big events in the world of fashion and the arts are just a few of the ways that Cadillac attempted to woo new buyers in the nearly five years that former U.S. Audi boss Johan de Nysschen ran the shop. Yet while these efforts look good in the glossy pages of a men’s magazine or…
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After nearly four years leading General Motors’ luxury brand, Cadillac president Johan de Nysschen is leaving the company.
Proving that it’s not just fast in Florida, the Cadillac DPi-V.R of Mustang Sampling Racing dominated the Streets of Long Beach course, and took the overall win in front of the Tequila Patron ESM Nissan and Wayne Taylor Racing Cadillac.
Modern Cadillacs have some of the most aggressive and awesome front ends on any car today. They are angular and sharp and mean and wonderful. And then you get to the back of the car and it’s like all the designers just... quit work a little early.
The Cadillac halo car: It’s coming, guys. It’s definitely coming because Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen said so. He’s also, uh, been saying so, but that’s okay, too.
It’s evident that Cadillac aims to print money with the new, smallish XT4 crossover, but that’s not because it’s going to be obnoxiously expensive. The car debuted at the New York Auto Show on Tuesday, and Cadillac says it’s starting out at a somewhat unexpectedly low price of $35,790.
The Cadillac ATS-V is supposed to be extremely quick, grippy on the road and track, and, above all else, highly enjoyable to drive. Nearly three years after its debut, we thought it deserved a reevaluation.
Here’s a warning: this whole story is absolutely, maddeningly baffling. It’s the story of a man who bought a 1967 Cadillac Coupe DeVille as a project car that he hoped would be a surprise for his dad. It’s the story of truly staggering incompetence on the part of the car haulers, or perhaps a local tow company. It’s…
The 1993 Cadillac Allante roadster debuted the 4.6-liter Northstar V8, otherwise known as the last exclusive Cadillac engine. Now, after 26 years, Cadillac gets its own V8 motor again, in the form of a twin-turbo 4.2-liter V8 on the 2019 Cadillac CT6 V-Sport, the company announced today. The engine will be a “hot vee,”
The Concurs d’Lemons is one of the best motoring events out there, I think. It’s hard to think of any particular group of people that need more making fun of than hardcore concours-level automotive obsessives, and the Concours d’Lemons does just that, celebrating, as they say, the “oddball, mundane, and truly awful.” …