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2021 Cadillac Escalade Brings the Tech

2021 Cadillac Escalade Brings the Tech
For many years, Cadillac was the brand that embodied the latest in technology at General Motors. But in recent years, the feature gap between luxury cars and mass-market vehicles has narrowed due to consumer demand and expectations for tech.
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Concepts from Future Past: Cadillac Cyclone

Concepts from Future Past: Cadillac Cyclone
Let’s take a trip back to the 1950s, a time when aviation was on the rise, and rocket ships were the future. This set the perfect stage for the design of sleek and streamlined vehicles, some of which looked like they could launch into space.
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2020 Cadillac XT6 First Drive Review: A 3-Row Sophisticate

2020 Cadillac XT6 First Drive Review: A 3-Row Sophisticate
As momentum continues to shift more and more towards SUVs here in North America, it seems as if every major automaker wants to flesh out its lineup with an SUV at every size class. Last year, Cadillac took care of the compact crossover market with the release of the XT4, and now it’s created a 3-Row model to serve as a bookend for the popular XT5.
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2019 Cadillac Escalade Review: For Fat Cats with Deep Pockets

2019 Cadillac Escalade Review: For Fat Cats with Deep Pockets
For the people in my neighborhood who don’t really know me or know what I do for a living, they’re already suspicious. This week, I’m sure the talk of Walter White or being some kind of drug dealer was whispered.
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Inkas’ Bulletproof Cadillac Escalade “Chairman” Protects in Style

Inkas’ Bulletproof Cadillac Escalade “Chairman” Protects in Style
A normal Cadillac Escalade ESV is already an expensive and luxurious ride. The well-heeled executive or diplomat out there that wants even more luxury and security can opt for the latest ride from Inkas. The customized vehicle is the 2019 Cadillac Escalade “Chairman.”
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ATS-V and CTS-V Pedestal Editions: A Farewell to Caddy’s Finest

ATS-V and CTS-V Pedestal Editions: A Farewell to Caddy’s Finest
To bid adieu to the third-gen of its V performance line, Cadillac has unveiled the two special editions, the 2019 ATS-V Coupe Pedestal Edition, and the 2019 CTS-V Pedestal Edition. Both are painted Bronze Sand Metallic and have After Midnight black wheels. Both cars get a carbon fiber front splitter, hood vent, rear spoiler, and rear diffuser, which were previously only standard on the ATS-V Coupe.
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2019 Cadillac XT4 First Drive Review: A Compelling Caddy Compact CUV

2019 Cadillac XT4 First Drive Review: A Compelling Caddy Compact CUV
While Cadillac continues to be dedicated to its luxury sedan roots, it has gradually reimagined itself as a more modern automaker, emphasizing performance, technology, and even utility in its most recent vehicles. On a mission to complete its reinvention, Caddy plans on releasing a completely new vehicle every 6 months through 2020.
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2018 Cadillac CT6 Review: Super Cruisin’ in the Lap of Luxury

2018 Cadillac CT6 Review: Super Cruisin’ in the Lap of Luxury
We are two years away from 2020, and despite what we thought when we were kids, we’re nowhere close to flying cars, or even Back to the Future-like hoverboards. The Cubs did win the World Series, so the future doesn’t seem that far-fetched any longer.
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10 of the Sexiest Lines from the 2018 Chicago Auto Show

10 of the Sexiest Lines from the 2018 Chicago Auto Show
If cars are indeed your thing, then what is the equivalent of having tasteful amounts of sex appeal? Does it go beyond beltline curves, carbon fiber, Alcantara, and aluminum? The vehicular landscape is one that comes littered with both staggeringly good and bad design touches, and while concepts like Infiniti’s insanely sleek Q Inspiration stirred the Detroit auto show this year, there’s a lot to love about Chicago’s shindig a couple weeks later as well. Chicago’s McCormick Place is the sort of split-hall structure that can accommodate throngs of buyers and journalists alike, a vaulted wonderland hell-bent on giving your feet blisters and an automotive experience like no other.
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2017 Cadillac XT5 Platinum: Quiet Sophistication Meets Practicality

2017 Cadillac XT5 Platinum: Quiet Sophistication Meets Practicality
There so many SUVs and crossovers on the market these days, so how does an automaker set themselves apart from the pack? They might go for something super rugged, or maybe sporty and powerful. The big differentiator for Cadillac’s new XT5 crossover?
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Cadillac CTS Getting Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication

Cadillac CTS Getting Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication
Cadillac has made a announcement that allows 2017 Cadillac CTS sedans to communicate with each other. Caddy calls the new feature “Cadillac V2V,” and says that it lays the groundwork for a safer future. With the tech installed, the CTS vehicles will be able to share information to alert drivers to potential hazards.
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Book by Cadillac is a Subscription for Luxury Cars

Book by Cadillac is a Subscription for Luxury Cars
Cadillac has announced an unusual new way for the well-to-do to drive in cities where it’s not convenient to own a car. The service is called Book by Cadillac and it gives members access to a fleet of Cadillac Cars without having to lease or buy them.
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Jeff Gordon to Race Caddy’s New DPi-V.R Endurance Prototype

Jeff Gordon to Race Caddy’s New DPi-V.R Endurance Prototype
I was never a big fan of NASCAR racing because it I found it boring seeing them run in circles all day. I did enjoy watching the occasional road race thrown into the series though. If you are a NASCAR fan, you know that Jeff Gordon retired back in 2015.
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Cadillac DPi-V.R Prototype Racer Looks Phenomenal

Cadillac DPi-V.R Prototype Racer Looks Phenomenal
It’s been a long time since Cadillac ran a car in the prototype endurance class, last participating back in 2002. Now, the luxury car maker is doubling down as a performance car brand with the announcement that they’re coming back to the track – and soon.
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2017 Cadillac XT5 Premium Review

2017 Cadillac XT5 Premium Review
My tester this week is the new 2017 Cadillac XT, which replaces the SRX, a boring and outdated SUV, despite being a top-seller for GM’s luxury brand. I love the direction Cadillac is going with their new and refreshed lineup of vehicles, however I dislike their latest naming convention.
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