GM to add 650 jobs in Tenn. to meet demand for XT5, GMC AcadiaOct. 11, 2016
AutoNews Now: FCA: Sales win streak ended in '13July 26, 2016
Cadillac launches European sales pushJuly 17, 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.
First Shift: Cadillac's plan to speed rolloutsMarch 15, 2016
Cadillac may add 2.0-liter turbo to XT5 engine lineupMarch 13, 2016
New XT5 crossover: Cadillac's meal ticketMarch 7, 2016
With Cadillac's sales lagging luxury rivals and no other big launches on the horizon for two years, a lot is riding on the rollout of the XT5, the first redesign for the brand's midsize crossover since 2009.
Cadillac prices XT5 below rivals, but aims highFeb. 10, 2016
The new 2017 Cadillac XT5 will have a base sticker price of $39,990, including shipping, when it hits showrooms in April -- about $1,400 more than its predecessor, the SRX, but considerably less than key competitors in the luxury midsize crossover market. The price range will stretch far higher on the XT5 than on the SRX.
Cadillac preps to share Oscar night spotlightJan. 25, 2016
Cadillac is prepping for a red-carpet moment of its own during the Academy Awards next month. General Motors' luxury brand will use the Feb. 28 Oscars broadcast on ABC to air introductory commercials for its two new nameplates launching this spring.
Phone shrines, electronic shifter and infotaining: What people think of the Cadillac XT5Nov. 22, 2015
Cadillac, notably lacking in the hot crossover market, is betting a lot on the XT5 as a replacement for the SRX, the brand's aging but still top-selling nameplate in the U.S. Here is a look at what some critics and others are saying about the crossover.
Next Caddy crossover due in '18Nov. 21, 2015
Spotlight will shine mostly on practical cars and crossoversNov. 15, 2015
Automakers are leaving the drama to Hollywood. Instead of image-driven luxury models or topless boulevard cruisers, the big news at this week's Los Angeles Auto Show will be more mundane: Think Buick's LaCrosse or Hyundai's Elantra.