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Something’s Off With This 2019 Cadillac XT5 Facelift Prototype

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - This is our first look on the 2019 facelift version of the Cadillac XT5 and by any means, it looks just like any other prototype with bits of camo wrap in the usual places, until you notice the big wheels and the chopped rear end. While the exterior shape of the Cadillac XT5 looks like it’s wearing updated front and rear ends with a new bumper and grille combo, the whole stance of the company’s X3 rival indicates that there’s something else going on under the skin.

Lincoln Rekindles its Luxury Lineup (with video)

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Ten years ago analysts were advising Ford to bury its luxury brand Lincoln; the Germans and Japanese had too much of the market they said, plus its U.S. competition, Cadillac, was already in the midst of making a comeback. However, Ford ignored the naysayers and resurrected the brand with new product, new leadership and even reviving some of its historic nameplates to boot. This week on Autoline, we talk with our special guest Kumar Galhotra the head of Lincoln about where the brand is today and where it will be going as we move into the 2020s.

Cadillac XT5 And Subaru Outback Ace New IIHS Rear Crash Prevention Test

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - New rating program highlights the benefits of automatic rear braking systems. The post Cadillac XT5 And Subaru Outback Ace New IIHS Rear Crash Prevention Test appeared first on carscoops.

2019 Cadillac XT4 Crossover Interior Spied: Buttons Are Back

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - New spy photos of the 2019 Cadillac XT4 show the small crossover SUV will address at least one major gripe we—and many customers—have had with current Caddy interiors. It’s all about the buttons, baby.

2019 Cadillac XT4 interior has actual buttons, no more touch-sensitive panel

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac makes some highly stylish cars that are excellent to drive. In the realm of infotainment, there was room for improvement. The CUE infotainment system is infamous for being complex and annoying. One particular sore point was the touch-sensitive panels used for basic functions and their unrefined, "haptic feedback" clunk. Thankfully, spy photos show that Cadillac is changing tack both with buttons and infotainment controls in general.