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Cadillac XT5 And Subaru Outback Ace New IIHS Rear Crash Prevention Test

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - New rating program highlights the benefits of automatic rear braking systems. The post Cadillac XT5 And Subaru Outback Ace New IIHS Rear Crash Prevention Test appeared first on carscoops.

2019 Cadillac XT4 Crossover Interior Spied: Buttons Are Back

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - New spy photos of the 2019 Cadillac XT4 show the small crossover SUV will address at least one major gripe we—and many customers—have had with current Caddy interiors. It’s all about the buttons, baby.

2019 Cadillac XT4 interior has actual buttons, no more touch-sensitive panel

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac makes some highly stylish cars that are excellent to drive. In the realm of infotainment, there was room for improvement. The CUE infotainment system is infamous for being complex and annoying. One particular sore point was the touch-sensitive panels used for basic functions and their unrefined, "haptic feedback" clunk. Thankfully, spy photos show that Cadillac is changing tack both with buttons and infotainment controls in general.

Watch the Newest Ads on TV From Cadillac, Coca-Cola, Kohl's and More

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Every weekday, we bring you the Ad Age/iSpot Hot Spots, new TV commercials tracked by iSpot. tv, the real-time TV ad measurement company with attention and conversion analytics from more than seven million smart TVs.

Former Cadillac, Penske exec Jere Kitzmiller dies at 84

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - A factory man beloved in retail is an anomaly in the automotive business. So was Jere Kitzmiller, a longtime Cadillac employee who died last month in Newport Beach, Calif., from flu and pneumonia complications. He was 84.

Cadillac and Jeep among safest vehicles in avoiding high-cost rear collisions

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Crash experts study rear collisions and name safest six vehicles. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says auto reverse braking feature is key.       

Cadillac pokes and prods its race drivers in the name of fitness

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - If you’re a car racing fan, it’s no surprise that every single factor of the car’s performance comes under a microscope. No facet is too tiny to be considered in any sport where fractions of a second can mean the difference between victory and catastrophe. But what about the driver? For the crew at Wayne Taylor Racing, the focus on the inner workings of their drivers – as they’re driving – is becoming almost as engineered as their race cars.

King of Korea: Kia K900 Lives to Second Generation

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The South Korean car market is marked by fierce loyalty for domestic brands, bolstered by government policies restricting imported brands that have only eased during the past several years. The hometown crowd that packed the arenas to cheer the country’s Olympic speed skaters will no doubt prefer the second generation of the Kia K900, the automaker’s flagship sedan (teased above), over a Cadillac or a Lexus.