Moving on upSept. 18
'Let Go' ads pitch Cadillac as a pioneerSept. 18
First Shift: Workers strike at GM Equinox plantSept. 18
Cadillac's Super Cruise-equipped CT6 sedan to start at $71,300Sept. 1
Cadillac alters Super Cruise rollout, launches ad campaignAug. 28
Cadillac chief: Fewer sedans, more crossovers and EVsAug. 7
Cadillac will not directly replace the current XTS, CTS or ATS sedans when they end their life cycles in 2019. President Johan de Nysschen says it will instead use a single new car called the CT5 to appeal to consumers shopping for sedans priced between $35,000 and $45,000.
Cadillac chief outlines plan for fewer sedans, more crossovers, EVsAug. 1
Cadillac's a winner on prices, at leastJuly 31
First Shift: GM profit falls 42% on Opel saleJuly 25
Cadillac's product blitz is coming — laterJuly 24
Cadillac plays waiting game until 2018July 18, 2016
Cadillac and its dealers have a painfully long wait as a slew of new models grind their way through GM's development process. There is nothing on the horizon until mid-2018, when a new compact crossover should arrive, the first of at least four new entries.