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2019 BMW X7 First Drive: The Biggest Bimmer

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - At first glance, introducing the X7 is an obvious move for BMW. Cadillac has successfully sold the Escalade for the last two decades, and as consumer preference continues to shift toward SUVs, what automaker wouldn’t want to add a full-size model to its lineup?And yet, as BMW will tell you, deciding to offer something larger than the X5 wasn’t as obvious a decision as you might think.

Not Again! Cadillac’s Naming Convention Adds a New Designation

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - This 1960 Cadillac de Ville offers a classic design and a memorable name. Remember when a Cadillac was easily identified by its model name? Among those vehicles, we had the Cadillac Eldorado, Coupe de Ville, Seville, and Escalade, with each one representing something distinct in our own minds.

After Two Expedition/Navigator Production Increases, Ford Can Finally Advertise

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The large traditional utility market is a Tahoe/Suburban/Yukon world, with GM earning roughly three-quarters of the market for quite some time, but the Ford Expedition’s incursion into this territory (and the Lincoln Navigator’s into Escalade-land) has been significant enough to warrant some innovative rearranging of the furniture and work procedures at the plant that builds Ford’s jumbo utes to keep up with demand.

2019 Cadillac XT4 First Drive: Fresh and Fun

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac isn’t known for making particularly small cars, with their flagship being the Escalade — seating 7 adults, and equipped with a 6.2L V8 — but you’ll be pleasantly surprised with their latest offering, and forgive them for being a little late to the compact SUV party. Starting at $34,795, Cadillac’s new XT4 has a 2.0L turbo 4-cylinder engine and all the luxury features you’d expect to find in a Cadillac. SlashGear took it for a spin last week, and here are our first impressions.

2019 Cadillac XT4 AWD Sport - Worth the wait

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac has been known for cutting-edge styling since the Harley Earl days in the 1950s, then revived it when the Art & Science theme was ushered in by chief designer Wayne Cherry in 2003, hinting at the sharp edges and fins of the 1960s. Now stunning light blades and edges grace the CTSs, CT6, Escalade and XTs 5 and 6.

Bulletproof behemoth: Armored Cadillac Escalade can stop rifle fire and coddle passengers

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The U.S. president may have the Beast 2.0, but Inkas has something nearly as protective for the private sector. The Canadian company released details of its fully armored 2019 Cadillac Escalade conversion last Wednesday, and the hulking SUV provides an overwhelming sense of luxury.

Cadillac SUVs Are The Undisputed Stars As Brand Unveils TV Spots For Oscars

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac steps up this weekend to its Oscars sponsorship with a new advertising campaign that displays an evolving brand personality in some important ways, including an overwhelming focus on its broadest-ever line of SUVs, emphasis on female drivers, rare promotion of the Escalade, and even homage to the brand's previous positioning.