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2023 Cadillac Lyriq reservations were a success, I guess

2023 Cadillac Lyriq reservations were a success, I guess

Cadillac's 2023 Lyriq electric luxury crossover opened for reservations over the weekend, but if you weren't quick then there's bad news if a fancy Ultium EV was to be in your future. Reservations of the Lyriq - among the first to use GM's new electric vehicle platform - were snapped up within 20 minutes. That, on the face of it at least, was great news for Caddy.

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Cadillac LMDh-V.R will go racing in 2023

Cadillac LMDh-V.R will go racing in 2023

Cadillac has confirmed this week that it intends to go racing in two different racing series in 2023. The car Cadillac will use is called the LMDh-V.R prototype, and it was designed to meet class rules in IMSA and WEC. The car will also compete in the Automobile Club de l'Quest (ACO) LMDh category in 2023 as a prototype racing car.

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2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing First Drive: Heart of a Hooligan

2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing First Drive: Heart of a Hooligan

Cadillac's love affair with the big, ballsy V8 may be coming to an end, but the 2022 CT5-V Blackwing isn't letting its 668 horses leave with anything less than a gut-wrenching howl. Writhing behind the crisp-edged veneer of American Luxury is a racing-inspired beast; capable of being tamed for the road, sure, but unmistakably crafted with the track in mind.

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2022 Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing First Drive Review: A Hero’s Farewell

2022 Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing First Drive Review: A Hero’s Farewell

If you're bidding farewell to internal combustion, say goodbye with a bang. That's the recipe for the 2022 Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing, anyway, arriving just in time for the automaker to concede that gas engines have had their moment and electrification is the way forward. Question is, then, is today's Blackwing just tomorrow's dinosaur?

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Cadillac’s Escalade Super Cruise update is a bigger milestone than you’d guess

Cadillac’s Escalade Super Cruise update is a bigger milestone than you’d guess

Cadillac's over-the-air update support is about to put its Super Cruise money where its mouth is, with GM confirming that the 2021 Escalade is in line for its first big test of the system. Though Cadillac - as the first brand in GM's line-up to offer the hands-free driver assistance technology - has used OTA updates before, that's only been for piecemeal updates of new mapping data.

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2022 Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing generates impressive amounts of downforce

2022 Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing generates impressive amounts of downforce

For several years, Cadillac has been combining luxury with performance in its V series performance cars. The latest cars in that series are the 2022 CT4-V Blackwing and the CT5-V Blackwing. Cadillac estimates the top speed for the 2022 CT4-V Blackwing will be 189 mph, and the car features a chassis and suspension tuned for use on the track.

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GM Ultium Charge 360 aims to fix EV ownership’s biggest headache

GM Ultium Charge 360 aims to fix EV ownership’s biggest headache

GM is tackling arguably the biggest challenge in persuading drivers to go electric, launching Ultium Charge 360 to try to join the dots on where to plug in your EV. Ecosystem counterpart to the automaker's Ultium platform for electric vehicles, Ultium Charge 360 promises access to nearly 60,000 chargers across the US and Canada, though don't expect them to be GM branded.

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Cadillac Lyriq leaned heavily on virtual testing and validation during development

Cadillac Lyriq leaned heavily on virtual testing and validation during development

Automakers around the world are finding that virtual testing and validation helps speed the development of new vehicles and saves money. GM has announced that it used virtual testing and validation heavily during the development of the Cadillac Lyriq to help speed things along. The Lyriq is an important vehicle for Cadillac signaling the dawn of a new EV era for the brand and a fundamental transformation of GM's global product development process.

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2023 Cadillac Lyriq price revealed as electric SUV gets a launch date

2023 Cadillac Lyriq price revealed as electric SUV gets a launch date

Cadillac has confirmed pricing for the 2023 Lyriq, its all-electric luxury crossover, ahead of reservations opening in September this year. Second of the models to launch based on GM's Ultium platform, Lyriq will be priced from $59,990 (including destination), though deliveries won't actually begin until the first half of 2022.

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2021 Cadillac CT5 Review: Personality Matters

2021 Cadillac CT5 Review: Personality Matters

For all the luxury sedan segment may be dwarfed by sales of lavish SUVs, that hasn't made the category any less competitive. On the one side, the German mainstays bring reputation and refinement to the party; on the other, comparative upstarts like Genesis, Lexus, and Acura claw back attention with imaginative risk-taking. What to make, then, of the 2021 Cadillac CT5 somewhere in the middle?

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750,000 popular GM trucks & SUVs are under NHTSA airbag investigation

750,000 popular GM trucks & SUVs are under NHTSA airbag investigation

US vehicle safety regulators are investigating almost 750,000 recent vehicles from Chevrolet, GMC, and Cadillac, after reports of faulty airbags that in some cases led to injuries. Fifteen consumer complaints have been raised with the NHTSA, spanning luxury sedans, popular full-sized pickup trucks such as the Silverado, and large SUVs including the Escalade and Suburban.

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Cadillac Lyric electric SUV begins pre-production testing at the GM testing center

Cadillac Lyric electric SUV begins pre-production testing at the GM testing center

Cadillac has bold ambitions for the Lyriq SUV and electrification in general. Most recently, Mahmoud Samara, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at General Motors, went to social media and shared a pre-production photo of the Cadillac Lyriq strutting its wares at the GM proving grounds in Michigan.

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