Standing as the main luxury division of General Motors, Cadillac was founded in 1903 and has always focused as much on style as it has luxury. Once known for its plush land yachts, Cadillac has turned into a competitive global competitor in the luxury segment thanks to sporty, innovative and eye-catching cars. Although Cadillac is named after the founder of Detroit, the brand’s global headquarters was recently moved from the Motor City to New York City – a hotspot for design and fashion trends.
For the second time in a little over a decade, Cadillac will be changing its vehicle names with cars starting with CT_ and crossovers starting with XT_. This will start with the all-new Cadillac CT6 flagship sedan and the successor to the Cadillac SRX, the Cadillac XT5 mid-size crossover. Both new models go on sale in 2016 and will instantly make Cadillac more competitive in two very crucial luxury segments. Of course, these new models will build on the momentum of other Cadillac introductions in recent years such as the Cadillac ATS coupe and sedan and the Cadillac CTS. Both the CTS and ATS are available with the Cadillac performance V series turning these fun-to-drive luxury cars into track-ready beasts. A little more outside the box, the Cadillac ELR is a stylish plug-in hybrid that looks like a concept car and gets excellent fuel economy. For traditional Cadillac comfort, the Cadillac XTS is a full-size sedan with lots of space, but if it’s size that you’re looking for, the iconic Cadillac Escalade is the way to go.
No matter which Cadillac car, crossover or SUV you are considering (from the $3,215 ATS or the $72,970 Escalade), research all of the pricing, specs, information and test drive reviews at TestDrive.com.
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