Today marked a pioneering moment for Cadillac that illuminates the brand’s future and resets the fundamental notions of luxury motoring. The production debut of the 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ is the culmination of a century of innovation and the beginning of a great new era. With testing of Cadillac’s inaugural luxury SUV running ahead of schedule, the brand announced that customers may place order reservations beginning in September 2021, with initial availability starting the first half of 2022.
Today at CES, Cadillac provided a sneak peek at the upcoming ultra-luxury, fully electric CELESTIQ show car. Designed to set a new standard for luxury EVs, the CELESTIQ embodies Cadillac’s commitment to reimagine what’s possible in design and technology.
At CES 2021, Cadillac will showcase how it continues to push the boundaries of the in-vehicle user experience. Early in the new vehicle development process, the Cadillac team invited innovative companies from outside the automotive industry, including Territory Studio and Rightpoint, a Genpact company, to help reimagine the user interface. Focused on artfully integrat
Cadillac’s introduction of the new 2022 CT4-V Blackwing and CT5-V Blackwing will also mark the revival of one of the most popular features for driving enthusiasts – the manual transmission. These manual transmissions were produced using new additive manufacturing applications that will bring 3D-printed parts into the upcoming ultra-high-performance sedans.
Offering segment-leading torque was not an accident. For the 2020 Cadillac CT4 engineering team, it was a priority. There are numerous factors that contribute to the CT4’s outstanding performance, including its rear-wheel-drive-based architecture, transmission and near-perfect weight distribution. However, the main contributor to the car that the Cadillac engineering team refers to as a “torque monster” is its unique engine.
The Cadillac CTS-V was one of those vehicles built to masquerade as a family sedan but had the soul of a Corvette. From track laps to everyday driving this luxury midsize sedan kept us smiling for days.
All-new compact SUV delivers more for a new generation of luxury buyersAt Cadillac House in Manhattan today, Cadillac unveiled the first-ever XT4, an all-new compact SUV tailored for the next generation of luxury customers.Developed on an exclusive compact SUV architecture, Cadillac’s entry in the industry’s fastest-growing luxury segment delivers expressive design, confident performance, spacious accommodations and new technologies.“The first-ever 2019 Cadillac XT4 expands our successful SUV lineup to a segment [...]
New high-performance V-Performance model V-Sport model boasts all-new Cadillac 4.2L Twin Turbo V-8 First in a series of new Cadillac performance vehicles Cadillac today unveiled the CT6 V-Sport, the first-ever V-Performance model of its top-of-range sedan. The introduction of the high-performance variant coincides with a makeover of the entire CT6 lineup that incorporates the newest iteration of Cadillac’s design language featured on the Escala Concept. The Cadillac V-Sport portfolio [...]
Cadillac tried to infuse the ATS-V with equal doses of road and track capability, aiming its sites on the likes of the BMW M3. Was it successful at creating a Janus-faced competitor for the German machine?