It may be a little early to determine whether this move was at the behest of new GM CEO Dan Akerson, but if it is, maybe he's not the corporate buffoon that many have made him out to be. A little background and history is in order.
The Cadillac Converj concept was considered one of the hottest concept cars at this year's Detroit Auto Show. Many auto journalists and pundits hoped it would make it into production. Alas, it was not to be so.
If you're a fan of the Cadillac XLR convertible like we are, well, you better go out and buy one. Fast.
Those of you who are anxious to see what the 2010 Cadillac CTS Coupe looks like has been somewhat disappointed.
Having a V-8 in one's car has been, for the longest time, a symbol of the ultimate in engine power. Basically, you had the horsepower to blow everyone else off the road and everyone knew it.
Computer technology has infiltrated into all aspects of our life.
Question: Has the high performance automobile died due to the current economic conditions and the price of gasoline? It appears so.
Michael Jackson (yes, that Michael Jackson) needs some cash, fast. Thus, the (ex?) singer is selling various items from his abandoned Neverland ranch. So why do we care? Well, apparently the King of Pop had some cars.
General Motors and Chrysler are on a deadline.
Earlier this year, General Motors debut the Cadillac Converj concept car, a potential luxury hybrid coupe based off the Chevy Volt hybrid. Response was extremely positive, and Motor Trend Magazine reported last week that GM had given the green light for a production version.
The Cadillac CTs has been one of the few success stories for troubled General Motors. Thus, it's not surprising the automaker is adding more to the luxury sports brand lineup. Case in point: a new sedans, slotted just below the CTS in both size and price.
DETROIT – Cadillac was selected as the top brand in overall vehicle satisfaction in a survey of new vehicle buyers released today. AutoPacific’s 2009 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards, generated from the experiences of actual new car and truck owners, named Cadillac as Top Brand for the second consecutive year.
DETROIT – Cadillac’s model lineup expands with two dramatically-designed new luxury vehicles that also bring new dimensions of versatility and efficiency to the marketplace.
There was a time when Cadillac dominated the world. Seriously.
GM debuted a bevy of new vehicles today to reporters and members of the public in Detroit, including the upcoming Cadillac ATS mid-size, the Cadillac XTS full-size, two new Buick sedans, two new Buick crossovers, a Denali edition of the GMC Acadia and a GMC concept.
The luxury crossover might end up becoming a symbol of the 'you-can-have-it-all' era recently brought to a stunning conclusion by the collapse of Lehman Brothers.
In the Eighties, Cadillac offered a couple of “entry-level” models -- the Cimarron and the Catera. Both didn’t last very long.
General Motors recently announced that its Cadillac brand will be introducing a new flagship model that will use the new Buick LaCrosse platform. However, it is expected to be wider and more luxurious than the LaCrosse.