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2016 Cadillac CTS-V Review: Darth Vader’s ride

2016 Cadillac CTS-V Review: Darth Vader’s ride

Whenever I walked up to the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V in a parking lot, I heard the echoes of the Imperial March from Star Wars in my head. Only true American muscle aficionados may understand the potency and engineering prowess that goes into turning Caddy's comfortable CTS sedan into a four-wheeled Death Star, yet it only takes one brief spin - preferably on the safety of a race track, but an abandoned country road will do - to comprehend why this supercharged, super-aggressive, super-speed monster can give the best of the Autobahn-busters sleepless nights.

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Cadillac embraces the dark side with blacked-out ATS and CTS

Cadillac embraces the dark side with blacked-out ATS and CTS

Cadillac's design language is recent years hasn't been short on aggression, but the company is cranking up its Darth Vader credentials with a new Black Chrome option for its cars. The ATS Sedan and Coupe, and the CTS Sedan, now come with the possibility of switching out the standard-fit chromework for some moodier, more subtle alternatives, along with new wheels and more.

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2017 Cadillac XT5 First Drive

2017 Cadillac XT5 First Drive

Regime change doesn't have to be bloody. Sometimes, the weight of new ideas alone is sufficient to push out the lingering elements of old-school thinking, creating a void where innovation floods in to fill the vacuum with a renewed sense of purpose. The 2017 Cadillac XT5 crossover represents the latest, and perhaps capstone chapter in the automaker's near-total makeover from luxury also-ran to legitimate contender for high end family dollars - and the only shots fired are in the direction of Tokyo, where the Lexus RX 350 finds itself facing its toughest challenger in over a decade.

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The Technology of the Cadillac CT6

The Technology of the Cadillac CT6

Today's luxury cars can't just be leather and wood-filled clubhouses, they need to have more tech than NASA, too. Cadillac isn't shy when it comes to raiding the engineering labs, and so the new 2016 CT6 has more than its share of gadgetry and geek-appeal, whether you're at the wheel or just enjoying the ride.

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2016 Cadillac CT6 First-Drive

2016 Cadillac CT6 First-Drive

Cadillac has hardly been conservative in its ambitions in recent years, but the 2016 CT6 arrives with even grander targets in mind. Its rivals - and its benchmarks - are the German trifecta of Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Audi, automakers with a legacy of not only supplying the luxury car segment, but shaping what's expected from it.

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Cadillac delays CT6 Super Cruise to avoid Tesla controversy [Updated]

Cadillac delays CT6 Super Cruise to avoid Tesla controversy [Updated]

Cadillac will delay one of the flagship features on its new CT6 luxury sedan, deeming Super Cruise not ready in time for the car's fall 2016 release. The technology is Cadillac's own take on semi-autonomous driver assistance, combining adaptive cruise control with active lane-keeping, similar to what Tesla pushed out to the Model S and Model X EVs in a software update as Autopilot.

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The Best SUVs to Buy in 2016

The Best SUVs to Buy in 2016

Looking for the best SUV to buy in 2016? It's shaping up to be a good year for families seeking a fresh take on a familiar formula: how to get the entire brood from point A to point B in comfort and with a dash of style while also hauling all of life's essentials and accessories. A host of new SUVs are hitting the streets in 2016, ranging from entry-level people movers to full-on luxury cruisers, and we've picked five that represent the best of what's fresh for the coming year.

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Cadillac’s 2017 XT5 is a mini-Escalade (and that’s no bad thing)

Cadillac’s 2017 XT5 is a mini-Escalade (and that’s no bad thing)

Cadillac let things slide on the crossover front, and so it's pulling out all the stops with the 2017 XT5. Making its North American debut at the LA Auto Show this week, the XT5 - or "Crossover Touring 5" as Caddy claims the name is short for - will be the first of several XT-branded crossovers for the coming years, and will hit forecourts shortly after the flagship CT6 sedan does in 2016.

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2017 Cadillac XT5 luxury crossover is the first of a new series

2017 Cadillac XT5 luxury crossover is the first of a new series

Cadillac has several SUVs to its name with the big Escalade among them. The company has announced that it is heading into the luxury crossover market with the first luxury crossover called the XT5. All future crossovers from Cadillac will wear the same XT designation. The official premier for the XT5 will come this month in Dubai and at the LA Auto Show.

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Tony Soprano’s Escalade heads to auction

Tony Soprano’s Escalade heads to auction

Fans of the ended HBO series The Sopranos who happen to be in the market for a big SUV will want to check this out. The Cadillac Escalade that Tony drove in the series is going up for auction at RR Auction in Boston. The SUV is expected to bring between $30,000 and $50,000 when the gavel falls.

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2016 Cadillac Escalade Platinum Review

2016 Cadillac Escalade Platinum Review

I am not a rapper. I'm not even - to my parents constant disappointment - a superstar DJ. Instead I'm a 5'8 British man, and I really shouldn't like the 2016 Cadillac Escalade. In fact, as someone who believes in climate change and gets vaguely embarrassed by expressions of outlandish and obvious excess, I should probably hate it.

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Cadillac CTS-V and ATS-V Crystal White Frost Edition Limited to 99 units

Cadillac CTS-V and ATS-V Crystal White Frost Edition Limited to 99 units

Cadillac has rolled out special edition CTS-V and ATS-V sports cars and they will be offered in extremely limited editions. Between the ATS-V coupe and Sedan and the CTS-V only 99 units will be made in the new Crystal White Frost Editions. The special edition cars get more than just the matte white paint on the outside.

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