Cadillac's first plug-in hybrid is a smart and efficient offering. The ELR's advanced technology includes an energy regeneration system and the CUE infotainment system, which displays energy usage and charging options.
CTS Coupe Premium Collection
Seamlessly melding high-class accoutrements like plush leather seating and Sapele wood trim with a powerful, track-tested drivetrain, the 2012 Cadillac CTS Coupe Premium Collection is a stylish expression of luxury performance.
CTS Sport Wagon
Cavernous like a crossover but boasting the fuel efficiency of a sedan, this sporty luxury wagon is loaded with accessories and powered by a 263-horsepower V6 engine, making the five-passenger vehicle a practical, comfortable and attractive ride.
Armored in angular sheet metal that reflects its sporty personality, the CTS-V Coupe brings an aggressive edge to Cadillac's lineup. And boasting the most powerful engine in the brand's history, the luxury coupe has more than enough horsepower to justify its athletic looks.
As large and luxurious as the regular Escalade, the two-mode hybrid version comes equipped with an efficient V8 engine and a 300-watt battery, which boosts fuel economy to 21 mpg on the highway. Ultrasonic rear parking assist, a DVD navigation system, and heated and cooled front seats are all standard.
SRX Turbo AWD Premium
Cadillac's updated SRX features a slimmed-down size, and improved fuel economy. Caddy's take on the crossover also boasts a well-equipped interior and plenty of extras that will appeal to those looking for the ultimate in American-made luxury.
luxury sport sedan features a stylish new exterior
and upgraded interior. Drivers with a taste for technology
will be pleased with optional accessories like
the DVD navigation system, side blind zone
alert and lane departure warning.
CTS V6 DI
Errands become adventures in
this redesigned CTS. With a StabiliTrak system
and direct injection V6 engine that allows
you to go from 0-60 in 5.9 seconds, this car
more than holds its own in the luxury sedan
crossover vehicle has it all: luxury, comfort,
safety, and plenty of extras that will make life
easier for soccer moms and weekend warriors.
those who found the last Escalade a wee bit understated,
your prayers have been answered. The redesigned poster
child for conspicuous consumption sports bigger rims,
a bigger grille, a bigger engine and an even bigger
amount of bling bling.
a redesign that debuted on President Bush's personal limo,
the DTS (née DeVille) promises to coddle its occupants
in comfort, whether they're on official state business
or on their way to an early-bird special.
the STS the flagship car for GM’s Cadillac division.
Everything has been done to appeal to a younger clientele
with this new model, and the sharp-edged look continues
from other siblings in the new line. And there's still
a lot of space for comfort.
you get a four/five seat sedan with the Cadillac name
that’s aiming directly at Euro models and for a
new clientele. Inside, the dash is a bit awkward in design,
but you get all of the expected electronic gadgets and
time to fasten your seatbelt for this one. There are
not enough good things we can say about this automobile.
Cadillac, which has always been associated with luxury,
is now on a campaign to inject some serious sports components
into the equation.