Cadillac2020-01-11T08:55:49-06:00

CADILLAC CT4’S ENGINE CREATED A “TORQUE MONSTER”

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.

2016 Cadillac CTS-V: Superhero in a business suit

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.

Cadillac Introduces First-Ever XT4

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 [...]

Cadillac Introduces First-Ever CT6 V-Sport

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 [...]

2016 Cadillac ATS-V: A true competitor?

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?