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The General Motors Blackwing V-8: Everything We Know so Far

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - In its upcoming Cadillac CT6-V sports sedan, General Motors is expected to launch a state-of-the-art V-8 engine called the Blackwing. Unsurprisingly enough, there has been much hullabaloo about the upcoming motor as of late.

This Automaker Says Electric Pickup Trucks Aren’t Happening Yet — Here’s Why

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Over the past nine years, General Motors (and its various subsidiaries) have been producing various plug-in models, including the Chevrolet Volt and Bolt EV, Cadillac ELR and CT6 Plug-in Hybrid.  And in recent months we’ve seen General Motors promise more and more electric vehicles in the near future, with plans to bring ten new electric models to market in the next few years.

2018 Cadillac CT6 - All-American luxury sedan

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Cadillac CT6, currently the brand's flagship sedan, is dwarfed by the mid-20th Century Cadillac behemoths - but large by today's standards - gives a well-controlled, but slightly firm ride; a quiet interior befitting top-drawer luxury; and the latest in automobile technology. It's very comfortable especially with the adaptive suspension, which irons out road imperfections and controls body movements.

I Am Unduly Excited For The 2019 Cadillac CT6 V-Sport

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - This CT6 V-Sport is finally the proper kind of flagship that the Cadillac lineup needed. The regular CT6, even with the top-level 3.0-liter, twin-turbo V6 and 404 HP, never really cut it, in my mind. Driving it, I found it to be quick and agile, but not fast. Not exciting. Part of that was because it didn’t have a powerful V8. It needed a powerful V8. And now it has a powerful V8.

2019 Cadillac CT6 V-Sport Rendered as The Forbidden Luxury Sports Wagon

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - This calls for a little help from our friend Kleber Silva, who took the CT6 V-Sport as the basis for his newest rendering. It looks magnificent as a longroof, doesn’t it? But as mentioned earlier, it won’t happen.

Cadillac goes green with the CT6 Plug-In hybrid

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - More and more luxury automobile owners want to go green. Sure, there's a chance they're looking to save a few bucks on gas, but you rarely find people who buy feature-filled powerful sedans and then worry about the prices at the pump. For the automakers, some of that desire to be more eco-conscious is government-mandated. As in the growing Chinese market, where hybrids and EVs will soon be the norm as the country tackles its pollution problem.The CT6 Plug-In is built in that country to capture that market. But it's also here in the US and it's a worth a look.

Cadillac’s New Self-Driving Technology May Change Cars Forever

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Talk of Tesla hogs the conversation around autonomous vehicles Opens a New Window. lately, so you might be surprised to learn how far Cadillac has come in the self-driving department. GM’s Super Cruise system, launched on the CT6 sedan Opens a New Window. , can pilot the car for minutes—hours, even—with your hands off the wheel.

Test Drive Review: 2018 Cadillac CT6 3.0L Platinum

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Nose-to-tail, the CT6 is a handsome car with serious, imposing styling. It has presence, gravitas, and – thanks to those bright LED lights and the powerful visage – the ability to intimidate and wake up oblivious left-lane hogs and move them over. I really like the look of the CT6 – especially finished in Stellar Black Metallic (or “Mafioso”, as I prefer to call it). To my eye, this is the most successful application of Cadillac’s very crisp and angular design language thanks to the big car’s proportions.

Cadillac's New Twin-Turbo V8 Was Designed With More Luxurious Cars in Mind

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - General Motors has finally allowed Cadillac to build its own engines again, rather than use already existing ones from the other brands. The result was the twin-turbocharged, 4.2-liter “hot-vee” V8, which will be found in the 2019 Cadillac CT6 V-Sport. Here’s how it will be different than the other V8s. Instead of using the 6.2-liter V8s from Chevrolet, as Cadillac’s current V cars do, its engineers wanted something with a different feel for the CT6.