Production of the Cadillac ELR quietly ended in February of this year, though Cadillac has just now confirmed the news. Continue Reading...
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Cadillac has lopped $10,000 off the price of the ELR while also adding more power and features. Continue Reading...
Cadillac’s slow-selling plug-in hybrid coupe won’t be a part of the brand’s future. Continue Reading...
The 2016 Cadillac ELR was supposed to make its debut in L.A. this year, but it was a no show. Continue Reading...
Cadillac’s disappointing stab at electrified luxury transportation might fizzle out and die after a brief stint on the market. Continue Reading...
The recalls from General Motors continue to roll in. Continue Reading...
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Sales of Cadillac’s ELR plug-in hybrid are off to a rocky start, and now GM is trying sweeten the pot by offering discounts to customers and dealers. Continue Reading...
Performance oriented hybrids have been released by some of the most exotic car makers in the world this year, and it looks like General Motors is now considering upping the ante of its extended-range hybrid. Continue Reading...
It’s a new week fully loaded with new cars. Lets dive into AutoGuide Now and see what the editors of AutoGuide.com are testing this week. Continue Reading...
Ford has gotten in on the fun, parodying the Cadillac ELR ad that poked fun at Europeans. Continue Reading...
After experiencing impressive growth in global sales last year, Cadillac aims to continue that trend in 2014 and beyond. Continue Reading...
Cadillac has released a new commercial for its ELR, poking fun at the brand’s European rivals at the same time. Continue Reading...
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As chosen by you, the readers and fans, AutoGuide.com is pleased to announce that the Cadillac ELR has been chosen as our Reader’s Choice Green Car of the Year. Continue Reading...
Cadillac has released specifications for the new ELR revealing that the car will be only slightly faster than the Chevrolet Volt on which it is based. Continue Reading...
Saks Fifth Avenue and Cadillac are teaming up to offer a new special edition Cadillac ELR. Continue Reading...
With the Cadillac ELR launching in the near future, the American automaker is considering adding more electrified vehicles to its lineup. Continue Reading...
General Motors CEO, Dan Akerson, has gone on the record to say that Cadillac will be gearing up to take on Tesla head-to-head. Continue Reading...
The first production Cadillac ELR has rolled off the assembly line, a few months after making its official debut at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. Continue Reading...
The range extended Cadillac ELR makes use of paddle shifters like many other vehicles, but rather than controlling gear shifts, the ELR’s paddles are all about power regeneration on demand. Continue Reading...
General Motors announced a $332 million investment into new powertrains today, including an eight-speed transmission slated for some of its vehicles by 2016. Continue Reading...
As automakers continue to strive towards improving fuel economy across its lineup, General Motors is considering a smaller, lighter-weight three-cylinder engine for its Chevrolet Volt and Cadillac ELR models. Continue Reading...
Cadillac is getting its ELR ready to hit showrooms early next year, but before it does, the American automaker is testing the chassis of the extended-range electric luxury car out in the cold. Continue Reading...
General Motors North America president Mark Reuss isn’t ready to give up on electric cars. In fact, he’s adamant about their progress. Continue Reading...