http://www.automobilemag.com - DANA POINT, California — The latest fashion in resort wear is the Cadillac XT5, a crossover that turns every drive into a tour of Tuscany. Or, you know, California.
http://wardsauto.com - Test Drive On sale in April, the 5-passenger CUV benefits from softer edges in the sheet metal, an excellent 3.6L V-6, sophisticated all-wheel drive and aggressive mass reduction. Inside, the XT5 is ergonomically sound and isn’t trying too hard to be flashy.
http://wardsauto.com - With a Wards 10 Best Engines winner under the hood, excellent driving dynamics and a warm, inviting interior, the all-new Cadillac XT5 should pick up where the SRX left off -- as the brand's most popular vehicle.
http://www.digitaltrends.com - Replacing Cadillac’s outgoing volume seller, the SRX, the XT5 brings with it an array of modernization, tech-oriented features, and an interior that’s on par with the competition.
http://blog.caranddriver.com - That chestnut about effort equals reward doesn’t always play in the car biz. Case in point: Cadillac.
http://www.jalopnik.com - The Cadillac Escalade earned its place as an icon with classic American automotive values: it’s big and sparkly.
http://media.gm.com - Opel is continuing to invest in its design capacities. The Design Center of the Rüsselsheim headquarters will be extended for €11 million. Ultra-modern visual and communication technologies will allow even better and more effective work once it is completed in June 2017.
http://www.carscoops.com - This year’s Geneva show was just magic; Porsche broke the mold by releasing the purest iteration of the 911 in decades, while GM just went nuts and revealed a cheaper Corvette Z06, minus the supercharger.
http://www.businessinsider.com - If there's one word that's routinely used when talking about Tesla, it's "disruption. "The message is that the advent of a relatively successful (if not yet profitable) all-electric car company means that the balance of power in transportation will decisively shift.
http://www.autonews.com - GM said shareholders or shareholder groups will now be allowed to nominate directors for the board in the company's annual proxy statement, but they will need to hold at least 3 percent of the automakers' shares for at least three years.