Halfway through the brand’s decade-long turnaround plan, Cadillac President Steve Carlisle says the company is finally ready to paint the town redder than a baboon’s ass. As you’ll no doubt recall, Carlisle took over for Johan de Nysschen after a “surprise management change” last April.
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Cadillac will have something to show off at the 2019 Detroit auto show, and it's more than likely a new XT6 crossover SUV.
Perhaps the most surprising aspect of Cadillac’s newly introduced compact crossover is that … it took so long to get here. For a market that is essentially 15 years old, has long contained more than a dozen entries, and is growing in popularity at an incredibly rapid rate, Cadillac seems kind of late to the […]The Daily Drive | Consumer Guide® - News, Opinion, Photos, and Videos on the Latest Cars and Trucks
GM can read the writing on the wall, despite offering a couple diesel variants across its lineup.
Cadillac is getting into the small luxury SUV game with the 2019 Cadillac XT4. Slotting in under the XT5, the XT4 is all-new, fitting itself neatly (in size and price) between the subcompact and compact lux SUV realms. The 5-passenger XT4 has a refreshingly simple setup: turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, 9-speed automatic transmission, and the choice of front- or all-wheel drive.