Cadillac today announced a new generation of V-6 engines, led by an exclusive Twin Turbo V-6 that will be one of the industry’s most advanced six-cylinder gasoline engines. It leverages the latest technology to balance efficiency, performance and refinement in the upcoming, top-of-the-range CT6 luxury performance sedan.
Cadillac will use an advanced mixed-material approach for the lightweight body structure of the upcoming CT6 range-topping sedan. The structure is aluminum intensive, but the new Cadillac also includes 13 different materials customized for each area of the car to simultaneously advance driving dynamics, fuel economy and cabin quietness.
Zurich – Effective July 1, 2015, Dr. Andreas Schaaf has been appointed as Cadillac Vice President Europe, reporting to Johan de Nysschen, President Cadillac. In addition to his international role, Schaaf will have operational responsibility for the European business unit ...
Cadillac is partnering with The LIFERS Project and photographer Matt Alberts to create “The Seasons Collection,” a multi-media photography collection of adventure sports-driven stories about people who push the limits in pursuit of their passion.
Cadillac sales in the U.S. grew by 2.6 percent in January, driven by strong sales of the CTS sports sedan and the Escalade SUV. CTS total sales climbed 35 percent year over year in January, while Escalade total sales soared by 149 percent year over year. Total XTS luxury sedan sales also improved by 14 percent.
Cadillac will use the auto industry’s most comprehensive and advanced mixed-material manufacturing techniques to build its all-new CT6 top-of-range sedan, allowing creation of a top-of-range large luxury sedan with the agility and efficiency of a smaller vehicle.