http://www.businessinsider.com - Cadillac rolled out the CT6 to much fanfare at a spectacularly ambitious party at the 2015 New York auto show. A year later, the full-size sedan — Cadillac's "flagship" vehicle — hit dealerships.
http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - “Pshhh, it’s not that fast. Your car is faster,” the young man wearing the Alpha Gamma Delta shirt said to his blonde companion.
http://www.hotrod.com - Cadillac’s loss was definitely Buick’s gain, as the first-generation 1963-1965 Buick Riviera (the official badge-wearer) will without a doubt go down in history as one of General Motors’ sexiest models of the 20th century. Out the gate it’s a factory custom with its sharp yet sleek and flowing lines–and its shorter, narrower platform and available 360hp dual-quad V-8 took granny to the grocery store a quarter-mile down the block in 8 seconds or less.
http://autoweek.com - Cadillac is updating the chassis, infotainment system and styling of its XTS sedan for the 2018 model year to help it continue to co-exist with the larger and newer CT6. The changes, including a new grille, LED lighting and re-engineered front seats, show the brand’s renewed commitment to the XTS, which had been widely expected to be killed off within a few years of the CT6’s arrival last year. After the XTS became Cadillac’s top-selling car last year, brand chief Johan de Nysschen promised a “major refresh.”
https://www.cnet.com - You don't have to choose between fast and fancy in the CTS V-Sport, although you're not going to get both in the extreme.
https://www.fool.com - General Motors is giving the last of the old-school Cadillacs an update. The company said that 2018 versions of its big Cadillac XTS sedan will have a revamped look, more comfortable seats, and some new technology. GM's decision to update the XTS is something of a surprise.
http://www.motortrend.com - Race cars go through hell. Nearly non-stop abuse normally turns a race car’s engine into a fancy paperweight after only two or three races (or less).
http://www.automobilemag.com - Race cars go through hell. Nearly non-stop abuse normally turns a race car’s engine into a fancy paperweight after only two or three races (or less).
https://www.cnet.com - If the CT6 isn't really your speed, there's another big-body Cadillac that might cure what ails you.
https://www.cnet.com - CUE deserved every bit of criticism it received. This new version is way different, and it addresses nearly every shortcoming, with a bunch of new features thrown on top.