Cadillac has set its sights on competing with BMW in the luxury car segment. Cadillac unveiled its latest creation, the small ATS sedan, ahead of the 2012 Detroit Auto Show. It won’t be over ’til it’s over over there Most people peg Cadillacs as “old people cars.” The brand has been trying to revitalize itself Read on! →

Wards Auto reports that General Motors has some exciting changes in store for the 2013 Cadillac SRV midsize luxury crossover SUV, which will be available at Cadillac dealers this fall. The new take on the beloved SUV will make its way to the New York Auto Show this week, and the infotainment spectacular that is Read on! →

General Motors Co. has opened a pavilion in Beijing, China, that features a scale model of the U.S. presidential limousine. GM isn’t interested in selling the magic of presidential celebrity to affluent Chinese citizens, however. The president rides in a uniquely outfitted Cadillac, and GM is looking to sell China on the merits of the Read on! →

While Cadillac may not be the first brand that springs to mind when it comes to extended-range electronic vehicles, the luxury automaker is looking to change that. The Cadillac ELR coupe, which is based on the body design of the Cadillac Converj concept, made its debut on the showroom floor of the 2009 Detroit Auto Read on! →

One of the most exciting vehicles Cadillac has made in years is the CTS-V series, which is scarily powerful. A toned-down version is in the works, the Touring Package for the 2012 CTS lineup. CTS a rockstar for Cadillac The Cadillac CTS is a key part of Cadillac’s strategy to shed the brand’s image as Read on! →

The auto industry has been the biggest spender on advertising during the Super Bowl for some time, and this year’s game was no different. However, the one that most people watched was “Green Hell,” an ad for the soon-to-be-released Cadillac ATS. Car makers spend a lot on Super Bowl The smallest cost involved in the Read on! →

Cadillac plans to replace both the DTS and STS models with the new XTS model, due out next year.  As of this time, however, no date has been given for production to begin. GM first wants to sell off the DTS and STS models still in stock on its dealers’ showroom floors. Based on concept Read on! →

Surprisingly enough, luxury car sales are climbing. The economy may seem dismal, but car sales in general are beginning to increase. One of the few luxury car brands that didn’t post a gain was Volvo. The embattled Swedish car line has seen sales slip. Mercedes Benz has gained the edge overall, finally overtaking Lexus in Read on! →