Why GM has one of its own running Caddy againApril 22
In ousting Johan de Nysschen and replacing him with Steve Carlisle, a company loyalist in the vein of CEO Mary Barra, GM appears to be signaling its desire to bring Cadillac back into the fold under a single, unified corporate vision that emphasizes speed and measurable return on investment.
Ousted Cadillac chief de Nysschen: 'It's not personal, it's business'April 19
Johan de Nysschen unapologetically challenged leadership and the Cadillac team, while drawing the ire of many U.S. dealers with his ambitious -- and contentious -- Project Pinnacle plan to overhaul the brand and its retailers.
Cimarrons, class and 'how I roll': De Nysschen riffs, quipsApril 18
Johan de Nysschen, the ousted head of Cadillac who helped Volkswagen AG's Audi brand achieve U.S. prominence a decade ago and later steered Infiniti, has been one of the auto industry's most outspoken executives. Here's a look at some of his memorable quotes through the years.
GM seeks faster Cadillac revival, parts with de NysschenApril 18
GM dangles $10,000 Cadillac Escalade discount to fend off Lincoln NavigatorApril 16
Caddy dealers gain role in subscriptionsApril 1
Cadillac 'halo vehicle' not coming until after 2022March 29
Caddy dealers feel a 'little bit of optimism'April 2
Cadillac targets 'next generation of luxury car buyers' with XT4March 27
Cadillac's long-awaited compact crossover will be priced from $35,790, including destination. Cadillac is among the last major luxury brands to join the compact luxury crossover segment, which grew nearly 6 percent in 2017 and is dominated by the Lexus NX, Acura RDX, Mercedes-Benz GLC and BMW X3.