Tag Archives: Cadillac

What the Hell Is Going On With This Mystery Cadillac Key?

We know Cadillac is going through a bit of a reorganization at the moment, as it tries to walk back all the #brand stuff former CEO Johan de Nysschen has done over the last few years to focus on SUVs and crossovers. But this image sent to us of an alleged Cadillac key fob is absolutely bewildering as to what it kind…

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Cadillac Ends $1,800-a-Month Car Subscription Service

General Motors seems hellbent on tearing down the house that former Cadillac CEO Johan de Nysschen built, and now, according to the Wall Street Journal, that includes the $1,800 a month Book by Cadillac subscription car program.

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Cadillac Is Building 300 Special Pedestal Edition 2019 ATS-Vs and CTS-Vs and They’re Brown <3

Yes, I did an emoji in the headline because a brown Cadillac warrants that. As a loving send-off to the third generation of its V-Series performance models, Cadillac will build 300 special Pedestal Edition models of the 2019 ATS-V and CTS-V. The paint isn’t called brown, it’s called “Bronze Sand Metallic” but it sure…

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Cadillac XT4 V-Sport and a Mystery Car Show Up on Cadillac’s Website

When Cadillac isn’t busy trying to sort out its strategy for the future again amid a move back to Michigan from New York, it’s posting a whole bunch of potential hints at what’s cooking behind closed doors in photos on the Cadillac XT4 website, including an XT4 V-Sport and a mystery coupe.

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Consumer Reports Ranks Cadillac’s Super Cruise Above Tesla’s Autopilot, Also Says That Volvo’s Pilot Assist Is Bad

Semi-autonomous features are increasingly prevalent in cars these days but also, as many have argued (including myself) possibly very dangerous. Today, Consumer Reports published their rankings of four of the most widely known semiautonomous systems, finding that Cadillac’s Super Cruise was the best and Volvo’s, well,…

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Meh Car Monday: The Cadillac BLS Was A Caddy For Europe But Europe Was Like Nah, We’re Cool

This week’s Meh Car Monday is sort of a counterpart to another recent Meh Car, the Cadillac Catera. Where the Catera was an American brand looking to Europe to find a car that would be more exciting to Americans, the Cadillac BLS was an American brand taking a European car and trying to sell it to Europeans, but…

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I Have Officially Been Told That My Theory About the Cadillac CT6-V Is Incorrect; How Is This Possible

I don’t know if you saw the news yesterday (you were probably busy, it’s FINE, no no, we get it), but Cadillac has decided that the 550-horsepower CT6 V-Sport, which was supposed to sort of be a diet version of Cadillac’s full-fat high-performance “V” line, is now just going to be called a full-on CT6-V. That sounded…

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The Cadillac CTS-V and ATS-V Are Coming to an End; I’m Not Crying, It’s Fine, Everything Is Fine (UPDATE: GM Says No)

Sit down, kids, because I’ve got some good new and bad news. The good news is that Cadillac has plans to expand its performance-focused V-series sub brand. The bad news is that the era of two perennial Jalopnik staff favorites is coming to and end. Update: GM reached out and said that the ATS-V and CTS-V actually will

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The Cadillac CTS-V and ATS-V Are Coming to an End; I’m Not Crying, It’s Fine, Everything Is Fine

Sit down, kids, because I’ve got some good new and bad news. The good news is that Cadillac has plans to expand its performance-focused V-series sub brand. The bad news is that the era of two perennial Jalopnik staff favorites is coming to and end.

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Meh Car Monday: Nobody Cares About The Cadillac Catera

In the 1990s, Cadillac was in a transition period, attempting to move from making soft, luxuriant motorized living rooms to making more modern, better-handling cars that could, maybe if you really squint and take some pills, have competed with BMWs or Mercedes. This was a sort of adolescence for modern Cadillac, and…

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