An interesting story of Charles’ journey through the crossover universe.
Pre-war cars have a certain something, don’t you think?
It’s listed at a stratospheric $1.5 million, which is about the same cost as the entire city of Detroit.
GM happens to be a leader in V2V technology. The 2017 Cadillac CTS will feature a V2V system.
Coming to Mecum’s Rogers’ Classic Car Museum.
Many outlets are anticipating that the SRX replacement — the Cadillac XT5 — will be shown alongside the upcoming CT6.
It’s game time for Cadillac marketing, and it’s hoping for the same splash Chrysler made four years ago.
Mr. Ellinghaus enlightens us on the specifics of Cadillac’s “great daring.”
Rocket-age cars are like absolutely nothing else.
Like a normal CTS, but with a red ‘B’ badge.
Cadillac President, Johan de Nysschen, started the meeting by talking off-script and addressing his earlier comments.
The part of the speech in question is known as “The Man in the Arena”.
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A list has made its way to the web, but its authenticity is questionable.