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.
AutoNews Now: Android gets more car-friendlyMay 18, 2016
Cadillac’s midsize sport sedan embraces CT6 face for 2017May 17, 2016
The Cadillac CTS nameplate will soldier on for another year but feature a new grille for 2017 and other styling cues borrowed from Cadillac’s new flagship, spy photos of the midsize luxury sedan reveal.
Cadillac adds black chrome package to spark ATS, CTS salesMarch 15, 2016
Cadillac eyes Vsport over V-series V-8 for a top-end CT6Jan. 26, 2016
Cadillac has no plans for a V-series high-performance model of the new CT6 large sedan. But under consideration is a high-performance variant that would stop short of a tire-shredding V series -- possibly a Vsport, a sporty trim that is Cadillac’s answer to Audi’s S and BMW’s M Sport packages.
Cadillac's sedan overlap? Don't askNov. 30, 2015
To understand why Cadillac's U.S. sales are struggling despite its vastly improved lineup, consider this: It's about to launch its third sedan into essentially the same segment, one that happens to be the weakest in the luxury market.