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Cadillac Super Cruise Review: I like this more than Tesla Autopilot

Cadillac Super Cruise Review: I like this more than Tesla Autopilot

Tesla may have convinced drivers that Autopilot is the pinnacle of driver-assistance technologies you can actually buy on a new car today, but Cadillac might have Elon Musk beat. Quietly added mid-year to the 2018 Cadillac CT6, Super Cruise is the first hands-off adaptive cruise control with lane-keeping system on the market. It's promise is straightforward: on the right road, the CT6 luxury sedan will handle speed, braking, and steering, without pestering you to keep your hands on the wheel.

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2019 Cadillac XT4 first look: Compact crossover will open wallets

2019 Cadillac XT4 first look: Compact crossover will open wallets

Cadillac's SUV problem was a clear one: it just hasn't had enough of them. Similarly, the 2019 Cadillac XT4's importance to the automaker is equally clear. The two-row, five-seat luxury crossover is more attainable than the strongly-selling XT5 but just as distinctive.

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2019 Cadillac XT4 puts punchy 2.0 turbo in luxury crossover

2019 Cadillac XT4 puts punchy 2.0 turbo in luxury crossover

Cadillac has taken the wraps off its smallest SUV, with the 2019 Cadillac XC4 making its debut in New York. The smaller sibling to the Escalade and XT5, the XT4 crossover aims to bring some of the presence - and American luxury - of its bigger siblings into the compact SUV segment.

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Cadillac’s clean-sheet 4.2L twin turbo V8 is the heart of the CT6 V-Sport

Cadillac’s clean-sheet 4.2L twin turbo V8 is the heart of the CT6 V-Sport

We already know that Cadillac has the new CT6 V-Sport coming that will pack a 550hp twin turbo V8 engine. Caddy is now offering up details on that small-displacement V8 engine. The 4.2L twin-turbo V8 engine has a power density of 131hp per liter giving it an estimated output of 550hp and a massive 627 lb-ft of torque.

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Cadillac’s new Spotify app doesn’t need your phone [Updated]

Cadillac’s new Spotify app doesn’t need your phone [Updated]

Spotify and Cadillac have cooked up a new music app, baking the streaming music service into the dashboard of cars like the 2019 CT6 without requiring a tethered smartphone. The new Spotify app for Cadillac not only supports all of the usual playlists and curated music that the service offers on an iPhone or Android device, but can also tap into the cars' embedded 4G LTE connection for standalone use.

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2019 Cadillac CT6 V-Sport is a glorious 550hp AWD beast

2019 Cadillac CT6 V-Sport is a glorious 550hp AWD beast

Cadillac has revealed its newest car and engine pairing, a monstrous twin-turbo V8 that will be the 550 horsepower heart of the upcoming 2019 CT6 V-Sport. The automaker's first ever twin-turbo V8, and indeed the first of the CT6 sedans to go through the V-Sport tuning process, the combination sits atop a revamped 2019 CT6 line-up.

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Cadillac XT4 Oscars tease previews GM’s most important new car

Cadillac XT4 Oscars tease previews GM’s most important new car

Cadillac is getting ready to fill the most obvious gap in its line-up, previewing the all-new Cadillac XT4 crossover at the Oscars this year. The small SUV will be the teased star of the awards show, ahead of its New York Auto Show debut at the end of March. To say it's an important vehicle for Cadillac is an understatement.

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Car subscriptions are here, but there’s no one-size-fits-all

Car subscriptions are here, but there’s no one-size-fits-all

Once upon a time in America, you went to your local auto dealership, gave them a wad of cash, and drove a car off the lot. Then came leasing, and drivers became temporary stewards of their cars in return for three year flexibility. Now, in the midst of an auto industry terrified of Millennial disinterest and general apathy, the hunt is on for the Next Big Thing in car buying. Only the way it's shaping up, you won't be buying a car at all.

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Cadillac’s subscription car service just spread to two more cities

Cadillac’s subscription car service just spread to two more cities

Cadillac's subscription car service, BOOK by Cadillac, is expanding, with the formerly New York City service spreading to two new US markets. Launched in January, BOOK offers access to a range of Cadillac cars - from the CT6 luxury sedan, through the Escalade SUV, to performance vehicles like the CTS-V - for a single monthly payment. That includes not only use of the vehicle, but insurance and maintenance too.

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2018 Cadillac CTS-V Glacier Metallic Edition Celebrates Brand’s 115th Birthday

2018 Cadillac CTS-V Glacier Metallic Edition Celebrates Brand’s 115th Birthday

Cadillac has announced a new and limited edition of its CTS-V sedan that is to celebrate the 115th anniversary of the founding of the Cadillac brand. The special car is the 2018 CTS-V Glacier Metallic Edition and only 115 of the cars will be made for the 2018 model year. The car will get a special Glacier Metallic color offered only on this car.

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5 things you need to know about the 2017 Cadillac CTS-V

5 things you need to know about the 2017 Cadillac CTS-V

Say it ain't so: a week after I grudgingly returned my 2017 Cadillac CTS-V tester it was revealed that Cadillac will be nixing the ATS, CTS, and XTS automobiles entirely in favor of a single replacement sedan to be labeled the CT5. While the CT5 may get a high performance edition of its own one day, the current CTS-V marks the end of the line for one of the more unabashedly dominant sport sedans ever built. The third, and final generation of the Cadillac CTS-V is the most powerful and most refined of the three versions to have been unleashed on American asphalt, and it's a fitting swan song for a car that has continually pushed the limits of four-door performance. Check out these 5 things you need to know about the 2017 Cadillac CTS-V

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Chevrolet Volt crossover future tipped as GM reportedly weighs axe

Chevrolet Volt crossover future tipped as GM reportedly weighs axe

Chevrolet's Volt hybrid could get a jacked-up replacement in just a few years time, it's suggested, as slumping sedan sales force GM to get tough with its line-up. The Volt, currently in its second generation, combines an electric motor and battery with a gas engine. Thought it can be used as a plug-in, the car is also capable of recharging itself on the move by running the gas engine as a generator.

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