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Cadillac Pumps the Brakes on Diesel Engine Development to Focus on Electrification

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac is following in the footsteps of many other automakers by putting the development of its electrification platform into high gear. As a result, the iconic American manufacturer will shift its focus from the development of its diesel engine program in favor of the new electrified community.

2019 Cadillac XT4 First Drive: The Escalade Begets a Puppy

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - New architecture, new engine, new tech: the 2019 Cadillac XT4 is what you get when a premium automaker gets to build from scratch and create a mini-version of one of its popular models. Meet the baby Escalade.

2019 Cadillac XT4 first drive review: Fashionably late, but a crossover to consider

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac can’t turn back time to capitalize on shoppers who’ve left sedans for tall-riding crossover SUVs. It can’t take back the bad bet on a diesel powertrain in lieu of hybrid batteries.

First Drive: 2019 Cadillac XT4

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - SEATTLE, Washington – We’ve been herded into a ballroom at the Four Seasons hotel in Seattle, where we’re listening to Cadillac reps explain the why behind their new ‘Y’ trim-level strategy, augmented by a fancy PowerPoint presentation. Listed on the left arm of the slide’s Y graphic are the Premium Luxury and Platinum trims, with Sport and V-Series on the right.

Cadillac sees XT4 as the start of renaissance

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Cadillac XT4 is more than just a compact crossover for the American luxury brand. It's the beginning of a long-promised brand renaissance that executives say will ripple through Cadillac's lineup in the coming years.

Cadillac’s Hazy Diesel Engine Program Tentatively Bites the Dust

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - It’s looking increasingly like the compression ignition engine won’t get an opportunity to redeem itself at Cadillac. After making diesel a dirty word in the early 1980s with the help of Oldsmobile’s cantankerous, oil-burning 5.