September 12, 2014
- Earlier this week, General Motors CEO Mary Barra announced that Cadillac would be the first of her company’s brands to receive V2V and V2I technologies, which would be introduced in the 2017 CTS and the unnamed F-segment flagship recently green-lighted. Today, we know who will be supplying those technologies: supplier Delphi. Just-Auto reports the supplier […] The post Delphi Confirmed ITS Technology Supplier For Cadillac appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
September 8, 2014
- Super Cruise is the name for GM's automated driving system.
- CTS to get tech in about 2 years; new Tesla-Toyota venture?; James Harbour, 86; Viper's big deal ; U.S.-powered Maserati..
- Cadillac owners entering showrooms in 2017 will find that their new ride will be capable of more than they might like, as V2V and semi-autonomous systems will become available on the CTS and a Cadillac to be named later. According to Automotive News, General Motors CEO Mary Barra says the semi-autonomous system — dubbed Super […] The post Cadillac To Introduce V2V, Semi-Autonomy In 2017 CTS, Flagship Sedans appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
September 6, 2014
- Cadillac is letting out one last hurrah for the best modern car they've made with 500 special final edition 2015 Cadillac CTS-V Coupes. The one in my possession is VIN# 00001, meaning it's the first of the last CTS-Vs. What do you want to know about it?Read more...
September 5, 2014
- Set to debut in October in the Middle East, the 2015 CTS has a few subtle tweaks including a new crest.
September 4, 2014
- When Cadillac rolled out the high performance CTS-V sedan, along with its subsequent coupe and wagon counterparts, it started to become clear that fairly sweeping change was underway for the company. In the ensuing years, there's been a concerted effort to change public perception of Cadillac from the go-to choice for reasonably well-heeled pensioners to something more youthful, relevant, and performance oriented. Or to put it another way, more BMW-like. But to truly complete with BMW, they...
- Cadillac's marketing may change to help CTS (and more) sales.
- Cadillac, hoping to maintain pricing amid a sales slump even as the U.S. luxury market has expanded, may add features such as heated seats to lower-level versions of the CTS sedan to entice U.S. buyers.
- At this rate, the CTS-V will be the king of the 'Ring in no time.