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President Trump's old Cadillac limousine is going in a museum

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - We’re still waiting for the next generation of “The Beast” presidential limousine to arrive in Washington, but a stretch with ties to President Trump will soon be on display near Chicago. The Volo Auto Museum in Illinois has purchased one of two known “Trump Edition” prototype limousines that were commissioned in 1987. The stillborn project was a joint effort between Cadillac, Trump and the now defunct Dillinger-Gaines Coachbuilders with the intent of building a 50-strong fleet that would be used primarily for VIP service at Trump’s hotel properties.

GM is bringing a new Cadillac to Lansing

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - General Motor Co.'s Lansing Grand River Assembly plant could stop making the Cadillac ATS and CTS in 2019. Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen told Reuters last month that the ATS, CTS and Detroit-made XTS would be replaced by a new sedan called the CT5, which could be priced between $35,000 and $45,000. The CT5 would be built in Lansing along with another luxury sedan that would compete with the Audi A3, de Nysschen said in the article.

Cadillac And Cosworth Make Awesome Software For V Series Cars And You've Never Heard Of It

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Recently I got to take Cadillac’s CTS-V all over some of my favorite Texas Hill Country roads. It was great, but that was only part of the story. The real reason I was driving the CTS-V was to test out the $1,600 optional Performance Data Recording system that Cosworth developed for Cadillac. They not only use this in the CTS-V and ATS-V cars you can buy at your local dealer, but they also use this exact software for the IMSA Cadillac Dpi-V.R cars, mind you with slightly fewer telemetry points. This may come as a surprise to many of you.

Chevy ZR2 takes to the desert with Hall Racing

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Vegas to Reno race is the longest-distance offroad race in the United States. This year, Baja 1000 dominators Hall Racing have teamed up with Chevrolet to put a Colorado ZR2 pickup into the mix. For the most part, the truck is stock with just a handful of modifications for this competition.

Woodward Dream Cruise: Cruising With GM’s Tom & Adrienne Peters

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Tom Peters has spent 35 years in GM’s design organization, amassing a portfolio of design icons that includes the first Saturn vehicles, the Corvette Indy, the Pontiac Banshee, the Cadillac Sixteen concepts, the Cadillac XLR, and the C6 Corvette. Today Tom serves as director of design for rear-wheel-drive and performance vehicles.

There’s Enough Buick LaCrosse Inventory in America to Last Until the 2018 July 4th Holiday

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - As General Motors seeks to get the company’s US inventory down to the industry average of 70 days’ supply by the end of 2017, once prominent passenger cars are inhibiting the company from achieving its vital goal. At Cadillac, where even the company’s three utility vehicles have far more than 70 days of stock, the

Cadillac Racing Fourth and Eighth at SprintX in Utah

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac V-Performance drivers Johnny O'Connell (Flowery Branch, Ga.) and Ricky Taylor (Lake Mary, Fla.) finished the first of two Pirelli World Challenge (PWC) SprintX races in fourth today at Utah Motorsports Campus (UMC).

Cadillac Racing on Podium at SprintX in Utah

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac V-Performance drivers Michael Cooper (Syosset, NY) and Jordan Taylor (Apopka, FL) finished third today in race two at the Pirelli World Challenge (PWC) SprintX Championship at Utah Motorsports Campus (UMC).