Cadillac BRX to be christened SRX
The future SRX replacement was expected to be called BRX, but company execs have decided to keep the current moniker.
Cadillac CTS-V on the 'Ring
The 7:59.32 lap is really impressive for a saloon and GM has released a video footage of the lap.
Spyshots: Cadillac CTS coupé
Last week, Petrol-Head reported that Cadillac had announced its intention to build the CTS Coupe Concept. Some advanced prototypes have been caught under testing.
Cadillac to build the CTS coupé
Cadillac has announced it will build a production version of the CTS Coupe Concept unveiled at Detroit last month; however no launch date has been given.
Cadillac considers a hybrid SUV for Europe
Cadillac will display the Escalade Hybrid SUV at the next Geneva Motor Show as the company is seriously considering importing hybrid models in Europe to expand its lineup.
New Cadillac XLR to appear in June
According to the Chicago Tribune, The GM luxury brand, Cadillac, will launch a new XLR next July. Unfortunately details remain scarce and it is not specified if this is a revamped XLR or an all-new model.
Cadillac to build a compact in 2011
Like the German clique, Cadillac knows that its future lies in smaller cars, especially with the plan to expand its sales abroad. Cadillac is planning to build a compact set to compete with the Audi A3 and the BMW 10-Series.
GM cancels its future V8 program
GM has announced that it has cancelled a $300-million program to build a new V8 engine for its luxury models due to rising gas prices and tighter emission regulations. This is a surprising move for the American group as it shakes up the Cadillac's roadmap as there is now no successor to the V8 NorthStar expected to cease production in 2010. The company had announced last year that the new engine would be built in the Tonawanda factory by 2009.
Spyshots: undisguised CTS-V
Cadillac has a strong ambition for the CTS model and the sporty CTS-V is the company's serious attempt set to compete with the outrageous Audi RS6, BMW M5 and Mercedes E63 AMG.
Cadillac set out to conquer Australia
Holden chairman and managing director Chris Gubbey revealed during a media event that Cadillac will sell its new CTS in Australia at the end of 2008. The saloon will be the first Cadillac to be on sale there since the company left the country nearly forty years ago.
CTS coupé speculation
It was mentioned last year the possibility of further body styles for the CTS to broaden its appeal on the European market but also in the US. Indeed, all its main rivals feature estate and coupé models in their range. It is rumoured that Cadillac is preparing an estate and a coupé. The estate might be unveiled at the next Detroit Motor Show, but it is unknown whether the coupé has been given the green light.
Spyshot: Cadillac BRX
Here is the first spyshot of the future Cadillac BRX. Eagerly awaited by the dealers to replace the slow selling SRX, the BRX will be a crossover, smaller than the current SRX. It will go on sale at the end of next year.