Cadillac ATS Coupe Still in the Works, New CTS to Debut at New York Auto Show

Newly appointed Cadillac global vice president, Robert Ferguson, confirmed that the ATS will be getting a coupe variant as originally planned, although no timetable was shared.

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2014 Cadillac ELR Video, First Look: 2013 Detroit Auto Show

One of the stand-outs of the Detroit auto show was the 2014 Cadillac ELR, with its extended range electric powertrain, and concept-like styling.

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2014 Cadillac ELR Officially Unveiled at 2013 Detroit Auto Show

The Cadillac of Chevy Volts has finally ditched the camo and suspense, and made its official debut today at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show.

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Cadillac ELR Leaked Ahead of Detroit Auto Show Debut

It may be the big debut for Cadillac at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show tomorrow, but why wait until then?

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2014 Cadillac ELR Interior Leaked Ahead of Detroit Debut

Cadillac‘s upcoming Volt-like coupe is going to be making its official debut here in Detroit, but for those who cant wait, the interior has just been exposed.

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2013 Cadillac ATS Named North American Car of the Year

Kicking off the Detroit Auto Show, the Cadillac ATS was just named the 2013 North American Car of the Year.

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Cadillac Crossover Smaller Than SRX Likely Coming

Cadillac is working toward a small crossover that will slot below the SRX, which competes with the Lexus RX350 and BMW X5. 

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GM Introduces New App Framework for Vehicle-Exclusive Apps at 2013 CES

General Motors will be taking Ford’s AppLink platform head-on with a new app framework which was announced today at 2013 CES.

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2014 Cadillac ELR "Spy Photo" Released

Cadillac had just released a staged spy photo of its new gasoline range-extended electric car, which will debut at the Detroit Auto Show next week.

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Top 10 Worst Selling Vehicles of 2012

After checking out the top 10 best selling vehicles of last year, it’s now time to take a look at the worst performers on dealerships lots.

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Top 10 AutoGuide Videos of 2012

With the end of the year upon us, lets reflect back on some of the best moments caught on video at AutoGuide. Here is our list of top videos this year.

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Cadillac ELR Electric Coupe Teased Ahead of Detroit Auto Show

Marking the first use of the Chevy Volt’s impressive powertrain in another vehicle, Cadillac will debut what it calls the ELR at the Detroit Auto Show in January.

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10 Best Engines List Revealed by Ward's Auto for 2013

Each year, Ward’s Auto grabs ten of its editors to evaluate 40 new or significantly upgraded engines to determine the best engines of the model year. The list has just been revealed, with a continuing trend of four-cylinders finding their way onto the list. Here’s Ward’s Auto 10 Best Engines for 2013 in no particular order.

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2013 AutoGuide Car of the Year Nominee: Cadillac ATS

Auto journalists, like all journalists, shouldn’t be biased. And yet before we test a brand new car it’s hard not to have a good idea of what it will be like already.

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Cadillac ATS Earns Five-Star NHTSA Safety Rating

Arguably a new segment benchmark, Cadillac’s ATS can add a five-star NHTSA safety rating to its list of accolades.

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Five-Point Inspection: 2012 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe

When the second generation Cadillac CTS-V arrived, it featured a pair of new body-styles. Among them is the two-door coupe,  which is the subject of this week’s Five-Point Inspection. 

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GM Hires Infotainment Specialists to Train Dealers

General Motors is deploying a team of 25 young and tech-savvy customer specialists to dealerships nationwide in order to help owners get the most out of the automaker’s new Cugeneration of infotainment systems.

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Cadillac CTS Wagon Getting the Axe

When the next-generation Cadillac CTS model is unveiled, the wagon variant will be missing from its lineup.

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Cadillac ATS Wins Motor Press Guild Vehicle of the Year

Support for the Cadillac ATS is building quickly among the automotive press, most recently resulting in it claiming the Motor Press Guild Vehicle of the Year Award. 

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10 Concept Cars That Didn't Go Anywhere

Every new auto show brings another exciting round of wild concept cars. But do these ideas ever make it to reality?

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2014 Chevy Corvette, Cadillac Models Getting Eight-Speeds

General Motors has reportedly reached a short-term agreement with Aisin to use the company’s eight-speed automatic transmissions while the American automaker continues to develop its own.

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Vote for the AutoGuide Reader's Choice Car of the Year for a Chance to Win $1,000 in Gas

With the end of the year upon us, it’s time to get your votes ready for our Reader’s Choice awards. Have your say and cast a vote for your favorites in six different categories of cars, including our overall Reader’s Choice Car of the Year.

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Cadillac XTS Recalled for Headrest Mechanism Issues

Cadillac is recalling about 180 XTS vehicles north of the border over issues with the rear seat headrest mechanisms. 

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Consumer Reports' Latest Survey Shows More of the Same and a Few BIG Surprises

The numbers have been tallied and the data compiled in Consumer Reports’ latest Auto Reliability Survey. Toyota has a lot to be happy about but Ford has taken a tumble.

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Cadillac ATS Manual Transmission Getting Reworked

Back in July, when AutoGuide.com reviewed the 2013 Cadillac ATS, Editor-in-Chief Colum Wood extolled the virtues of its handling, but also commented on the shortcomings of the car’s manual transmission. It appears AutoGuide wasn’t the only one that felt the manual transmission could be better.

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2013 Cadillac ATS 2.5L Review

A good sports sedan is the perfect combination of handling, refinement and performance. The Cadillac ATS seems to have that trifecta in its genes especially with the turbocharged four-cylinder model, and the V6, but how important is power to the sports sedan segment?

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Cadillac ELR Confirmed for Production in Volt Plant

General Motors’ luxury take on the Chevrolet Volt – the Cadillac ELR – is soldiering forward toward production despite it’s donor car facing assembly halts earlier this year.

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2013 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid

Launched in August 2008 as a 2009 model, the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid sport-utility vehicle is unquestionably the world’s most bling hybrid.

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Cadillac Carves Own Spot at NAIAS, Appoints New Exec

Cadillac just appointed Robert Ferguson as its global vice president – a new position and the brand’s latest push for a fresh identity. 

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2013 Cadillac SRX Offers Home Theatre Technology – Video

GM is offering an in-depth look at the entertainment system offered in the 2013 SRX, including access to its CUE infotainment system for rear-seat passengers.

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Cadillac ATS 2.0T EPA Rated at 31 MPG Highway

The Cadillac ATS is the American brand’s answer to the BMW 3 Series and it has now received an official EPA fuel rating of 21 mpg city and 31 mpg highway when equipped with the 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo engine.

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Five-Point Inspection: 2013 Cadillac XTS Premium

Presenting AutoGuide’s newest  Five-Point Inspection featuring the six-cylinder 2013 Cadillac XTS Premium.

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First Cadillac ATS to Be Auctioned for Charity

The first Cadillac ATS that rolled off the line in Lansing, Mich. earlier this year was held onto by the company, and is now being sold at a Barrett-Jackson auction with all proceeds going to support Team Joseph, a non-profit organization that funds Duchenne muscular dystrophy research.

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Cadillac XTS Gets Hearse, Limo, and Livery Packages

With the Lincoln Town Car having been discontinued, Cadillac is looking to take advantage of the limousine and livery market with its 2013 XTS model. The American automaker has now revealed its Hearse, Limousine, and Livery package variants for the 2013 XTS.

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Five-Point Inspection: 2013 Cadillac ATS 3.6L V6

This week we have another Five-Point Inspection for you, focusing on the six-cylinder 2013 Cadillac ATS. The ATS is a rear-wheel drive sport-sedan, with a starting price of $33,095.

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Cadillac Says News Escalade Will Put Style Over MPG

Unlike modern trends of SUVs going to uni-body construction and adopting smaller more fuel efficient engines, Cadillac says that then next generation Escalade will stay large, and forgo some mpg for power and presence.

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Cadillac Celebrates 110 Years With 150 Page Coffee Book

Are you a die-hard Cadillac fan or know someone that is? This holiday season, you may want to put side $395 for a limited edition coffee table book that celebrates Cadillac’s 110 years of history.

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Cadillac to Launch 10 New Vehicles in Three Years

Rumors of Cadillac‘s new flagship model came to light when the ‘LTS’ name was trademarked back in June. But the American automaker may be considering multiple flagship models as it aims to launch 10 new vehicles in the next three years.

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Cadillac Captures Manufacturer, Driver Titles in Pirelli World Challenge

It’s been seven years since Andy Pilgrim captured a championship for Cadillac in the Pirelli World Challenge Series, but the drought is over for the American luxury automaker.

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Cadillac Racing Readies for Sonoma Grand Prix- Video

Preparing for an upcoming race, Cadillac drivers Andy Pilgrim and Johnny O’Connell were out testing on Sonoma Raceway, and Cadillac released footage of the practice complete with narration from both drivers.

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Cadillac Planning More Turbocharged Models

Designed as a rival to the BMW 3 Series, the Cadillac ATS has received plenty of praise, especially for its new 272-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine.

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Cadillac Teases New Concept Car at Pebble Beach

Called the ‘glamour’ concept, Cadillac teased us with photos today of the new concept that they say will debut at an undisclosed autoshow sometime in 2013. 

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Cadillac to Debut Three New Models in 2013

The Cadillac lineup has just been bolstered thanks to the recent introduction of the ATS and XTS, but the real product boost will come in 2013, when the CTS and Escalade get redesigned, and the all new ELR sports coupe debuts.

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Rare Cadillac Fleetwood V-16s Heading to Pebble Beach

Cadillac will be heading to this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance with a pair of Fleetwood V-16s built from 1934 to 1937. The two custom-built convertibles were available but never ordered by customers during the Great Depression.

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10 Future RWD Cars We Can't Wait to Drive

Once upon a time every car put power to the rear wheels. But much like the V8 engine, so called right-wheel drive cars are quickly disappearing.

For the few that remain, however, they’re almost certain to be genuine enthusiast machines and plenty of fun to drive. Over the next few years numerous new rear-drive machines are set to hit the market and we’ve detailed 10 that we’re most excited about. 

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Electric Car Revolution: 10 Future EVs

The Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf initiated a whole new movement in the auto industry. With the realization that an all-electric vehicle can be useful in everyday driving situations thanks to a large battery and more efficient fast charging technology, automakers are hopping on the electric vehicle bandwagon.

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ATS Designed to Make Cadillac Cool Again Says Marketing Chief

Over the decades Cadillac has devolved into a brand who’s popularity is highest among those in retirement communities. A plan to change that has been in place for a decade now, focusing heavily on performance machines with Cadillac even honing its own performance V sub-brand to challenge German rivals like AMG and M. But the brand’s biggest push yet to target more youthful buyers comes with the youngest product in the lineup, the new ATS.

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Cadillac ATS Begins Rolling Off Production Line

The first entry into the compact luxury segment from Cadillac comes in the form of the ATS, which entered production today at the Lansing Grand River assembly plant in Michigan.

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Toyota on Track to Regain Title As World's Largest Automaker

Toyota has announced its sales figures for the first half of 2012, and the numbers look like Toyota will be able to beat out  GM and Volkswagen in sales for 2012. In the first six months of this year the Japanese automaker sold 4.97 million vehicles.

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Cadillac Planning Larger Crossover Model

There’s plenty on the way from Cadillac, including a new flagship model based on its Omega platform, but the American automaker is also working on a large crossover model using an upgraded version of its Lambda platform.

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2013 Cadillac ATS Review – Video

Topping out third gear I’ve got just enough time to think about grabbing fourth when the first braking marker is past my front tire and I’m pushing hard on the four piston Brembos. The lightest car in its class, it slows with ease as I downshift to second, applying prodigious amounts of throttle as I crest the right-hander. The rear steps out slightly as I continue to roll on the throttle and then it happens… stability control.

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GM Product Lineup 70 Percent Refreshed by End of 2013

2009 saw General Motors putting cars on hold to get back on track financially, and now that things are looking up, the General plans to have 70 percent of its lineup either all new or refreshed by the end of 2013.

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Cadillac ATS Takes on the World With Olympic Debut – Video

Cadillac is aiming to make a big splash with its BMW 3 Series fighter, launching a new miniseries of documentary style ads during the opening ceremonies of the London Olympics.

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2013 Cadillac ATS Four-Cylinder Nets 22/33 EPA Rating

Cadillac released its new ATS at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show, and now the first official fuel mileage ratings are in for the non-turbo 2.5-liter four cylinder, coming in at 22 mpg city and 33 mpg highway.

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2014 Cadillac CTS Spy Photos Drop All Heavy Camo

Beginning its testing in Europe, the 2014 Cadillac CTS dropped its heavy camo in front of our cameras today, leaving us with fresh spy photos of the luxury sedan.

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Cadillac ELR Engine Detailed as More Powerful Volt Motor

We were already well aware that the Cadillac ELR would make its production debut next year as a 2014 model, but details on the Chevrolet Volt-based Cadillac have been sparse.

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GM Files Trademark for 'Dockspot' Wireless Charging System

Following in Chrysler’s footsteps, General Motors has filed for a trademark on the name ‘Dockspot,’ which will adorn the company’s upcoming wireless charging system for hand-held devices.

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Ten Turbo Cars We Can't Wait to Get Our Hands On

Turbocharged vehicles are quickly becoming the answer to having a fuel-efficient vehicle, with exciting performance. They seem to all be geared towards the sensible enthusiast, offering sporty dynamics, while still getting solid fuel efficiency. 

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GM Studying Driver Habits to Fine-Tune Self-Driven Cars

Autonomous vehicle technology may be a reality in cars by 2015, and General Motors is one of the leaders in the new technology.

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Cadillac 'SuperCruise' Hands-Free Driving Coming Sooner Than Expected

It seems everyone is looking into self-driving cars these days, but it looks like Cadillac will be the first company to offer hands free driving in a production car. 

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