http://blog.caranddriver.com - The week encompassing the Monterey historic auto races and the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance has become a de facto auto show, particularly for luxury-brand manufacturers. Cadillac was one of the first to recognize this, and over the past few years it has used the occasion to debut a new concept car.
http://www.automobilemag.com - Cadillac frontman Johan de Nysschen’s hint that the CT6 sedan was just an appetizer is finally being fleshed out with some substance. That reassurance comes in the form of the new Cadillac Escala concept.
http://www.motortrend.com - After years of teases and rumors, the big Cadillac sedan is finally here–in concept form. We saw hints of what a no-holds-barred big Cadillac could be in the Ciel and Elmiraj concepts, but deep down, we always knew that the car that could actually get built would be a proper luxury sedan.
http://jalopnik.com - Do you like the Audi A7?
http://www.automobilemag.com - On top of a mountain just outside Carmel-by-the-Sea, in the back yard of a $17 million home / entertainment space / ego compensation mechanism, Cadillac pulled back the sheet on its latest design and technology preview concept: the Escala. This is the future of Cadillac, and it’s gorgeous.
http://www.autonews.com - Cadillac did something unusual Thursday night: It used the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance to debut a concept that might actually reach production.
http://www.autoguide.com - Cadillac has unveiled a new concept at the Concours d'Elegance.
http://blog.caranddriver.com - Just as LeBron James, the Cleveland Cavalier forward, is far more likable than LeBron James, the Miami Heat forward, a hatchback called a crossover trumps a two-box vehicle by any other name. It’s a matter of selling perception as much as a tangible product, and Americans have fully bought in.
http://www.motortrend.com - There’s something about a long hood that makes everyone go weak in the knees. All that space between the front wheels and the doors exudes raw power and massive wealth.
http://readwrite.com - Toyota has pledged $22 million to a four year artificial intelligence, robotics, and autonomous driving project led by the University of Michigan. The investment will be spread throughout the four years and go towards all sorts of tech projects, including stair climbing wheelchairs, cameras for blind people, and autonomous cars.