Consumer Reports Ranks Cadillac's Super Cruise Above Tesla's Autopilot, Also Says That Volvo's Pilot Assist Is Bad

Semi-autonomous features are increasingly prevalent in cars these days but also, as many have argued (including myself) possibly very dangerous. Today, Consumer Reports published their rankings of four of the most widely known semiautonomous systems, finding that Cadillac’s Super Cruise was the best and Volvo’s, well,…

Meh Car Monday: The Cadillac BLS Was A Caddy For Europe But Europe Was Like Nah, We're Cool

This week’s Meh Car Monday is sort of a counterpart to another recent Meh Car, the Cadillac Catera. Where the Catera was an American brand looking to Europe to find a car that would be more exciting to Americans, the Cadillac BLS was an American brand taking a European car and trying to sell it to Europeans, but…

I Have Officially Been Told That My Theory About the Cadillac CT6-V Is Incorrect; How Is This Possible

I don’t know if you saw the news yesterday (you were probably busy, it’s FINE, no no, we get it), but Cadillac has decided that the 550-horsepower CT6 V-Sport, which was supposed to sort of be a diet version of Cadillac’s full-fat high-performance “V” line, is now just going to be called a full-on CT6-V. That sounded…

Cadillac to Add More V-Series Cars and the ATS-V and CTS-V Aren’t Dead Quite Yet (Updated)

Sit down, kids, because I’ve got some good new and bad news. The good news is that Cadillac has plans to expand its performance-focused V-series sub brand. The bad news is that the era of two perennial Jalopnik staff favorites is coming to and end. Update: GM reached out and said that the ATS-V and CTS-V actually will…

Cadillac is Putting Its Diesel Program on Hold Because the Future Looks Electric (Updated)

There was a period in the recent past where it looked like the future might be powered by diesel engines. With a generally greater fuel efficiency than your standard gasoline engine, the automotive industry today could have been massively different. Then, Dieselgate happened and manufacturers got a little hesitant…