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GM Ultra Cruise will expand hands-free driving onto city streets

GM Ultra Cruise will expand hands-free driving onto city streets

Cadillac Super Cruise is only starting to roll out to more than a single car this year, but GM is already working on a new version of the semi-autonomous driving system to better take on Tesla's Autopilot. GM "Ultra Cruise," as the system is being internally referred to, will apparently expand Super Cruise beyond its current operation on divided highways, and into urban and other areas.

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2021 Cadillac Escalade fuel economy ratings reveal a big thirsty boy

2021 Cadillac Escalade fuel economy ratings reveal a big thirsty boy

Cadillac's brand new 2021 Escalade won't just be more lavish than its predecessor, but thirstier too, as the tech-packed luxury SUV's official fuel economy numbers have now confirmed. Unveiled back in February, the all-new Escalade increases the cabin space and upgrades the gadgetry on offer by the now-iconic truck. As always, though, you'll need deep pockets to consider it.

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GM bullish on post-pandemic EVs – may launch new model early

GM bullish on post-pandemic EVs – may launch new model early

General Motors may be busy making coronavirus face masks and ventilators, but that hasn't slowed the automaker's EV roadmap - even if it's having to wait longer than intended to actually show us the fruits of that work. Though the big reveals of the Cadillac Lyriq EV and the GMC Hummer EV were pushed back during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to GM execs its electrification roadmap may in fact speed up rather than hit the brakes.

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Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwing sedans to pair manual gears with more power

Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwing sedans to pair manual gears with more power

Cadillac has confirmed two "ultra-performance" versions of its new sports sedans, with the CT4-V Blackwing and CT5-V Blackwing offering not only special engines but the option of a manual transmission, too. The Blackwing-badged cars will be the feistiest versions of the current CT4 and CT5, which at the moment top out at 2020 CT4-V and CT5-V models in Caddy's V-Series sub-brand.

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GM EV roadmap detailed: Includes Cadillac Lyriq SUV and Bolt EUV

GM EV roadmap detailed: Includes Cadillac Lyriq SUV and Bolt EUV

General Motors has detailed its EV roadmap for the coming years, with everything from new electric luxury SUVs through to semi-autonomous crossovers on the agenda. The automaker revealed its new Ultium battery technology today, the core component in a new third-generation electric vehicle platform dubbed GM BEV3.

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2020 Cadillac CT5 and CT5-V first drive: Context matters

2020 Cadillac CT5 and CT5-V first drive: Context matters

You could call it folly, launching a new luxury sedan at a time when SUVs are swallowing sales, but Cadillac would argue the 2020 CT5 isn't short of potential customers. True, utilities are where the biggest growth is, but there's still a not-insignificant cohort - either the SUV-averse or simply sedan-lovers - who haven't given up on the traditional four-door. Cadillac hasn't given up on them, either, but is the new CT5 - and its hotter CT5-V range topper - worthy of their affections?

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The 2021 Cadillac Escalade has a golden goose problem

The 2021 Cadillac Escalade has a golden goose problem

The Escalade is Cadillac's golden goose. Other models in the automaker's range have struggled to find purchase, as it tries its best to pitch a vision of "American luxury" that will distract buyers from the German segment mainstays. Escalade demand, though - even as the outgoing model aged, and this replacement neared - has remained solid.

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2021 Cadillac Escalade official: Legendary SUV gets more space and tech

2021 Cadillac Escalade official: Legendary SUV gets more space and tech

Cadillac has revealed the 2021 Escalade, the latest generation of its best-selling SUV, with a tech-packed cabin and a more eye-catching exterior. Perennially popular in Caddy's line-up, the Escalade now grabs some of the automaker's newest features like the second-generation Super Cruise system.

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Cadillac Super Cruise auto lane-change added – but there’s a catch

Cadillac Super Cruise auto lane-change added – but there’s a catch

Cadillac's Super Cruise system is gaining the ability to automatically change lanes, with the latest iteration of the driver-assistance tech no longer demanding total human intervention for overtaking. Super Cruise is a relative rarity in the advanced cruise control space, offering a hands-off system unlike most rivals. However early-adopters are unlikely to be pleased with this new update.

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GM reveals ambitious $2.2 billion EV plan to make its all-electric plant

GM reveals ambitious $2.2 billion EV plan to make its all-electric plant

General Motors plans to pump $2.2 billion into converting a plant to solely build battery-electric vehicles, the automaker behemoth has confirmed today. The investment will not only see the Detroit-Hamtramck facility converted into a state-of-the-art location for GM's sizable plans for EV growth, but also involve a considerable increase in employment there.

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The 2021 Cadillac Escalade’s high-tech dash says excess is back in style

The 2021 Cadillac Escalade’s high-tech dash says excess is back in style

Cadillac's 2021 Escalade won't just have presence from the road, but on the dashboard too, with the upcoming luxury SUV promising a vast curved OLED screen. Billed as the first use of curved OLED in a production vehicle, the new Escalade's huge panel will measure in at over 38-inches, the automaker has said today.

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The new Cadillac EV will be a death blow to awkward naming

The new Cadillac EV will be a death blow to awkward naming

The new Cadillac EV won't just end the luxury automaker's reliance on gas engines, but also shake up the oft-criticized and typically confusing way its cars are named, it's been confirmed. Since 2014, Cadillac had been launching new vehicles under terse combinations of letters and numbers, rather than the nameplates the brand had once been known for.

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