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Cadillac Shines Bright During 2019 Academy Awards

Cadillac Shines Bright During 2019 Academy Awards

During the 2019 Academy Awards, Cadillac came out a big winner thanks to four original commercials that debuted during the broadcast. The full Cadillac SUV lineup was spotlighted in four different ad spots: the XT6 was featured in the “Rise Above” commercial (which is also the name of Cadillac’s campaign), the Escalade was featured in the “Take the Stage” ad spot, the XT4 shined in “Make Your Escape,” and the XT5 was featured in the “Take Flight” advertisement. All of…

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Cadillac Escala Concept Unveiled at Annual Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

Cadillac Escala Concept Unveiled at Annual Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

The Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, a yearly event showcasing prewar and postwar cars as well as recent concept cars, took place on August 18th in Pebble Beach, California, where Cadillac unveiled its newest concept car. Introducing the next step in the evolution of the brand’s design, the Cadillac Escala Concept has left auto enthusiasts amazed. Escala is the Spanish word for “scale,” which is fitting for a car that is a full six inches longer than Cadillac’s current flagship sedan,…

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Lightweight Cadillac CT6 Goes Aluminum

Lightweight Cadillac CT6 Goes Aluminum

Goodbye steel, hello aluminum. In advance of the unveiling of the all-new lightweight Cadillac CT6 at the New York Auto Show, the automaker is revealing exactly how the sedan managed to drop 198 pounds. Namely, that the CT6 will use 13 different materials, including aluminum instead of the heavy steel that made up the majority of the outgoing model. Cadillac has announced that 64% of the new CT6 will be aluminum, as will all of the body panels and most…

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Buick, Cadillac, Chevy Top Latest J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study

Buick, Cadillac, Chevy Top Latest J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study

Buick, Cadillac, and Chevy were all top performers in the latest J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study, which examines problems experienced during the past 12 months by original owners of 2012 model-year vehicles. Overall dependability is measured based on the number of problems experienced per 100 vehicles, with a lower score reflecting higher quality. J.D. Power ranked Buick as the 2nd most dependable brand overall, Cadillac 4th, and Chevrolet 10th, out of the 31 brands analyzed. All three brands had, on…

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Cadillac V2V Technology Earns Esteemed Award from MIT

Cadillac V2V Technology Earns Esteemed Award from MIT

It’s been a few months since Cadillac first announced its all-new vehicle-to-vehicle communication innovation, an advanced technology that will be deployed on Cadillac models starting in 2016. However, it’s obviously been on the minds of the folks at MIT ever since that announcement. In fact, MIT named the Cadillac V2V technology one of the 10 Breakthrough Technologies for 2015. The technology will first be deployed on the 2017 Cadillac CTS, which will hit the market sometime in 2016. The system…

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Warren Buffett’s 2006 Cadillac Up for Auction

Warren Buffett’s 2006 Cadillac Up for Auction

Warren Buffett is not only known as one of the world’s richest people, but also as one of the most generous. He is currently putting his 2006 Cadillac DTS up for auction and will give all the proceeds of the sale to Girls Incorporated of Omaha. His wife was one of the founders of the Omaha chapter. In its current condition with only 20,310 miles, it would be worth about $12,000 if owned by you or me. But because it…

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A $300 Million Retooling Makes the New Cadillac CT6 Almost Invincible

A $300 Million Retooling Makes the New Cadillac CT6 Almost Invincible

Anything worth doing is worth doing right. That’s especially true when you are talking about a flagship vehicle. It better have all of the latest bells and whistles. The car should give consumers the distinct impression that it so advanced, it might in fact be from another planet. Or maybe that’s just how Cadillac does it. The new Cadillac CT6 is from Earth, as far as we know, but it’s got a long list of features that are awfully futuristic….

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American Airlines and Cadillac are Making Airport Transport Easier

American Airlines and Cadillac are Making Airport Transport Easier

We’ve all been there: running frantically through the airport, trying to make a connection, unaware of our luggage spilling out in the terminal behind us, getting cramps in our sides, and generally hating our lives at that moment. But, thanks to American Airlines and Cadillac, all the misery of airport transport will soon be over. The two companies are partnering on the Luxury Airport Transfer Program, with the express goal of making airport transport easier. They’ll first be trying out…

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New Cadillac Naming Convention Debuts with All-New CT6 Sedan

New Cadillac Naming Convention Debuts with All-New CT6 Sedan

2014 appears to be the year of change for Cadillac. The American carmaker recently announced that it is not only relocating its headquarters, but also changing the way it names its models. Set to make its debut with the Cadillac CT6, a new, high technology sedan, this new Cadillac naming convention will no longer be using the familiar three-letter designation every model but the Escalade uses, instead adopting an alpha-numeric title. “The Cadillac CT6 continues our brand’s elevation and global…

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Cadillac in New York City: A New Headquarters

Cadillac in New York City: A New Headquarters

Cadillac has been making a lot of big changes the past few years and has another one in store for next year. In 2015, Cadillac will open a new global headquarters in New York City, and will become a separate business unit from General Motors. With Cadillac acting independently in New York City, this will allow the brand to make bold moves and move forward in the luxury automotive market. “With the relentless upward repositioning of successive new-generation Cadillac products,…

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