Cadillac - basic info and current lineup

Cadillac is a brand of luxury vehicles, finest example of American luxury style in motoring.

Cadillac was the first brand to incorporate an electric starter to the internal combustion engine, one of the pioneers in automatic transmission development and many other nowadays quite ordinary features, but most of all, it was the "no compromise" approach that set it apart from the competition.

Cadillacs always utilizied an uncompromised design, liked by many, disliked by very few. Last decade was a surprise on that field because modern Cadillacs are not relying that much on decades old design heritage. Instead, they are designed to set new design standards.

However, it still stands that many like them, with just a few who don't.

Current Cadillac Lineup:

  • mid-size sedans - CTS, CTS-V, CTS Coupe, CTS-V Coupe, CTS Sport Wagon, CTS-V Wagon
  • full-size sedans - STS, DTS, STS-V
  • crossover van - SRX Crossover
  • SUVs - Escalade, Hybrid, ESV, EXT
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Putting a Volt's engine into a 4.72m long 2+2 coupe is a very bold move. Expected elctro-powered autonomy is 56km, with total autonomy of 480km.

Production should start by the end of this year, with initial price of $70.000.

New Cadillac's compact sport limousine ATS is expected to be presented at Detroit. It is expected to get to Europe at the end of this year.
Flagship XTS is also expected to hit the European market, but not before early 2013.

Based on CTS-V Coupe, Cadillac has built an ultimate racing machine which will join the SCCA (Sports Car Club of America) World Challenge. Specs are stunning: 8-cylinder turbo charged engine, 556 bhp, top of the line suspension and Brembo brakes.