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Spying: The Next Cadillac SRX or XT5

Oct 30 2014 10:05 AM | Cadillac News
A couple days back, we brought you spy shots of the Cadillac ATS-V without any camouflage. Now we have gotten word of a new set of spy shots for another Cadillac model in the pipeline.

Autoblog got their hands on pictures of the next SRX, possibly wearing the XT5 nameplate. We can tell this mule is early in the development process due to all of camouflage on it. There are a few clues we can pull from the pictures such as the model apparently having grille similar to the ATS Coupe, and a sloping rear hatch that is being hidden by a box.

The XT5 is expected to use a new scalable platform called C1XX (Chi for short). This new platform is expected to underpin a number of crossovers from the next GMC Acadia (which is rum...


Spying: Cadillac ATS-V, Now With No Camo!

Oct 28 2014 01:05 PM | Cadillac News
Feast your eyes on this. Left Lane News got their hands on new spy shots which show off the upcoming Cadillac ATS-V Coupe with no camouflage at all.

The ATS-V looks to our eyes as being a CTS-V that has been left in the wash for a bit too long. The front has an aggressive front splitter that appears to be made out of carbon fiber, along with mesh grilles for the front clip. There is a hood bulge with an air vent to help cooling. Around back is a spoiler sitting on the trunk lid. The pictures also reveal the ATS-V having massive disc brakes, possibly carbon ceramic.

One item still up in the air is what powers the ATS-V. All signs appear to be pointing to TT 3.6 with 425 horsepower.

All we'll be revealed i...


Cadillac's New Boss Talks About the Future

Oct 12 2014 07:45 AM | Cadillac News
Cadillac has been a hot topic of late, due to a number of key items such as the appointment of Johan de Nysschen, the nomenclature change, and the move to New York. Speaking with Reuters, Johan de Nysschen spoke about what the future holds for the luxury brand.

A key part of de Nysschen's plan for Cadillac is to expand the lineup with the introduction of five to ten models by 2020. One of those models is a range-topping luxury sedan that will go on sale at the end of the decade and likely will be called CT8 or CT9. This model will compete with the likes of long-wheelbase models and has been signed off by him.

de Nysschen also talked and hinted at some of the other models in pipeline. These models include,Plug-In Hy...


Cadillac: CT6 To Become Technology Showcase, Other Name Changes In Store

Oct 04 2014 10:15 AM | William Maley in Cadillac News


Cadillac will be positioning the CT6 as a technology showcase for the brand. Automotive News reports that GM is banking on suite of new technologies to entice customers into checking out the new flagship. “Cadillac is the place where we will experimen...



Cadillac's Upcoming Flagship Has A Name: CT6

Sep 24 2014 06:05 PM | William Maley in Cadillac News


For the longest time, we have been calling Cadillac's upcoming flagship the LTS after a rumor tipped this to be name. But we now know that the new flagship, premiering next year, will have a different name. In a press release today, Cadillac announced...





Cadillac Packs Up Headquarters, Heads To New York

Sep 24 2014 12:15 PM | William Maley in Cadillac News


Cadillac is undergoing a number of changes. From the appointment of a new head to new models heading out to dealers, and more that are to be revealed. Now, the luxury automaker is moving to a new home. Yesterday, General Motors announced that Cadillac...



Cadillac's Boss: No, We're Not Cutting Prices To Counter Slumping Sales

Sep 22 2014 12:15 PM | William Maley in Cadillac News


Cadillac's president isn't planning to cut prices to reverse the trend of slumping sales for the brand. "We cannot deny the fact that we are leaving behind our traditional customer base. It will take several years before a sufficiently large part of t...