Which all-American luxury car would YOU rather own, the fresh-faced Lincoln Continental or Cadillac’s light-and-tight CT6? Continue Reading...
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General Motors luxury brand will uproot itself next year to find a new home in New York City. Continue Reading...
The 2015 Lincoln Navigator will make its official debut in a little over a week during the Chicago Auto Show, but Ford’s would-be luxury brand is showing the new country club special in advance of its Windy City premier. Continue Reading...
Over half of Cadillac’s dealer network will sell the new ELR range-extended electric car after it begins arriving in showrooms next month. Continue Reading...
Jaws hit desks when Cadillac announced that the upcoming ELR would cost almost $76,000 but according to company representatives, dealers and industry analysts that’s not likely to matter. Continue Reading...
Meet the newest face of Cadillac’s flagship luxury SUV: the 2015 Escalade, which was just revealed in New York City. Continue Reading...
Lincoln is probably still a decade away from regaining status as a true luxury brand according to a high-level Ford executive. Continue Reading...
When it reaches showrooms, Cadillac’s plug-in hybrid will be a record-breaker. Continue Reading...
Lincoln, Ford’s luxury brand, will bring a concept version of its MKC crossover to the 2013 Detroit Auto Show in January. Continue Reading...
Pragmatic in its approach, at least from some angles, Lincoln is aiming to market high-volume vehicles while skipping slow-selling flagship cars. Continue Reading...
In two days’ time the 2013 Cadillac SRX will make its debut at the 2012 New York Auto Show to display new technology and illustrate the brand’s intent to continuously improve its vehicles. “The 2013 SRX illustrates the Cadillac philosophy of never leaving well enough alone,” said Don Butler, vice president of marketing for Cadillac…. Continue Reading...