Cadillac entry-level crossover
Jan 19, 15Cadillac's new entry-level sedan will be rear-wheel drive
It looks like we can breathe a sigh of relief as a new report is indicating Cadillac's entry-level sedan will ride on the company's rear-wheel drive Alpha platform.
Jan 14, 15Cadillac President confirms entry-level sedan & crossover
Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen has confirmed plans to launch an entry-level sedan and crossover.
Oct 10, 14Cadillac approves ultra-luxury flagship, could be called the CT8 or CT9
We've been hearing about the Cadillac CT6 for years but it appears the company has just approved an even more luxurious flagship sedan.
Sep 22, 14Cadillac President hints at an ELR successor & new sports car
Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen has revealed some new details about the company's future lineup.
Sep 03, 14Cadillac flagship could spawn a new crossover
Cadillac chief marketing officer Uwe Ellinghaus has revealed some new details about their future lineup.
May 23, 14Cadillac seven-seat crossover axed - report
According to a recent report, Cadillac has decided against building a seven-seat crossover.
Feb 14, 14Cadillac to offer a full lineup, two models coming within 30 months - report
Cadillac's Senior Vice President has revealed the company is working on a handful of new models to create a "full showroom for our consumers and our dealers."
Jan 22, 14Cadillac exec hints at an entry-level crossover & diesel engines
Cadillac's Senior Vice President has revealed some new details about the company future lineup.
Aug 29, 13Cadillac to launch eight models by the end of 2017 - report
According to a recent report, Cadillac will launch eight new or redesigned models by the end of 2017.
Jan 16, 13Cadillac could double lineup, launch 1-Series challenger - report
Cadillac's lineup has slowly been expanding thanks to new models such as the ATS and ELR, but a new report is indicating the brand could eventually double their lineup to include as many as ten vehicl...
Jan 11, 12Cadillac considering a BMW X3 competitor - report
In a recent interview, Cadillac's vice president of sales confirmed the brand is considering a new crossover to slot beneath the SRX.