Driving This Cadillac CT6 for 1,200 Miles Is as Easy as Flying a Business Jet
Eventually, thanks to what it can do, driving becomes virtually stress- and fatigue-free.
Eventually, thanks to what it can do, driving becomes virtually stress- and fatigue-free.
You can get mountains of horsepower and still have four doors and a trunk.
At the time of this publishing, Wayne Taylor Racing still enjoys a perfect season, undefeated after five outings and a combined 42 hours of racing.
There are 265 car models available in the U.S. market; thus, there are choices. We help narrow them down.
A mid-engine supercar was seen driving around GM's proving grounds. If it's not a Cadillac, they've already screwed up.
A couple readers joined in on pro-driver instruction and race-track domination.
Cadillac just unveiled its new top-level race car. It's a stunner.
Four doors into the finest luxury money can buy.
Cadillac has a history of making stunning concepts. If only they'd become a reality.
We drove the V-Series through NYC and L.A.'s twisties, hipster hot spots and tourist traps to find out.
Cadillac is rebuilding, finding their swagger, searching for something fresh. The XT5 may be it.
Cadillac's flagship CT6 matches intelligence with wit.
Forget to plow the driveway? Don't worry about it.
You may not be able to drive them, but you can dream them.
PUBLIC SCHOOL collaborates with TUMI, Givenchy gives hundreds of Fashion Week tickets to the public, Lyle & Scott x Barclays develop the first Contactless Jacket and more.
Driving a Cadillac Escalade to the place where its power comes from.
Step into any car, and you've just experienced an automotive innovation pioneered by Cadillac. You're welcome.
Driving the ATS-V on track is good fun -- until those pesky, track-prepped Porsches get in your way.
With a 650 horsepower supercharged Corvette engine and speeds over 200 mph, the new Cadillac CTS-V rocks.
With great offerings from Ford, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Jeep, Tesla and more, America is strong in the sports car, sedan and SUV market.
The race for more horsepower in both motorcycles and cars wages on. Here are the most potent ones under $100K.
There's a moment burned in every kid's memory of his father and his father's car. We recall some of our fondest.
We scoured the convention center floor for the best of 2015 NYIAS.
Every emblem has a story, and we're telling the history and evolution of these iconic brand badges.
Cadillac's new flagship, Aston Martin teases a fire-breathing supercar, new rumors about Apple's electric car, flying rally cars in Sweden and more.
The Bathurst 12 Hour race sees a fantastic finish, Cadillac struggles to break free of its past, evo's Track Car of the Year is decided, Daniel Ricciardo takes on Top Gear and more.
Barely a month apart, Cadillac has released two thermonuclear powerhouses in the form of the 2016 ATS-V and CTS-V. Both cars are the ultimate interpretation of how Caddy plans to embarrass competitor BMW at their own performance game.
Germany needs to check their blind spots: the 2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe is closing fast, and so is the Cadillac brand.
While we can't say for certain what 2015 will hold for the automotive world, it looks to be one of the best years in a very long time. From superbly exhilarating sports cars to affordable and raucously entertaining small cars, these are the 15 cars we're bursting at the seams to drive this year.
The 2016 Cadillac CTS-V, Google's autonomous car, Cars and Coffee gets canceled, Hyundai wants a performance division and more.
The 2014 LA Auto Show is the last chance of the year for the automotive industry to show off what they have now and what's coming up next. From realistic to only-in-your-dreams, the LA Auto Show has a lot to offer, but only the best are worth mentioning.
This Week in Motoring: Cadillac tries to stem the tide, the making of the Hellcat, a China-only McLaren, Audi gets the driverless nod and much more.
This Week in Motoring: Hamilton cuts it close at F1 Singapore, which states have the rudest drivers, Cadillac finally goes big again and much more.
If you think the only thing about hybrids that's advanced in the past decade or so is technology, think again. No longer the ugly stepchild of the automotive world, many hybrids have also arrived in the department of style and even take the kind of risks manufacturers wouldn't dare impute to their gas-powered children. We've helmed three stylish hybrids that run the range of prices and designs. They're all pleasing to the eye as well as to the environment and give us hope for the future: one without hybrids that look like lozenges on wheels.
Your buddy's Rosso Corsa Red Ferrari makes your blood boil with envy. Unfortunately, your better half won't let you mortgage the house so you can buy one yourself. Though they may not have the prancing horse on the grille or elicit gazes from the bold and the beautiful, these 10 affordable driver's cars still delight with great driving dynamics and the kind of motoring spirit that makes you feel like a kid again.
There's no question about a minivan's utility. But until someone comes up with one that doesn't at least partially emasculate red-blooded men, we choose to drive these other vehicles -- ones that offer up utility, a semblance of driving pleasure and better aesthetics than a toaster oven.
The beauty of classic automotive design is often in direct struggle with modern safety and fuel economy standards, not to mention the latest in technology. But there are still a number of shining examples around today, ones that echo the past and ones that break new ground but don't break the rules of good taste. These ten prove that less is more and that automotive design is not on the rocks.
Some car models start out great but then topple from grace -- the Nissan Maxima comes to mind (as much as we try to push it out). Then there are those automobiles that have only gotten better with time, tweaks, and tender loving care. Some have evolved gracefully, while others desperately needed a hefty dose of attention. Here are five models basking in the glow of recent changes that have brought them into their primes.
2013 has been a great year in our motoring lives. We've hit the tarmac and the dirt track, tossed around Ferraris and Lambos, captured the ultimate camera car and two-wheeled it through the streets of London and Los Angeles. That's a hell of a lot of burnt rubber -- and we relished every moment. We loved 'em all, sure, but it's high time we selected Gear Patrol's Best New Car of the year, a tough task amid the fierce competition of some of the best vehicles we've seen in a long time. That field is packed full of cars from diverse manufacturers, each deserving of vehicular accolades of the highest order. But there can be only one winner -- and to us, that winner is clear. The best car of the year is the 2014 Porsche Cayman S. But before we wax poetic (and we surely will), there are plenty of counterarguments to be made and bridesmaids to applaud.
The CTS Vsport ($59,995) takes a big step forward in Cadillac's new era of design and driving excellence. The car is more elegant than the previous model thanks to a leaner profile; the front grille is smaller but no less noticeable; the faux vents aft of the front fenders from the previous car are, thankfully, gone. This clean-up is part in parcel of a smoother and more unified countenance that's attractive and less busy. The result is the first Cadillac that elicits automotive desire a la BMW, Mercedes and Audi -- and we had a chance to get behind the wheel.
Oli’s Jean Corduroys By Oliver Spencer Is there a more appropriate material for the autumn than corduroy? Could there be a color better suited to the season than burgundy? These modern, English-bred cord trousers are slim fitting but cozy, as they’re made of a mid-weight, thin-wale cord, and are perfect with a sweater, a button...
Dodge isn't the only one that can boast about a Power Wagon -- a few of today's wagons haul as much ass as they do family members. If you're about hitting the apexes and dragging sports cars after you've finished toting the kids to their sports practices, you have several options. Do you spend north of six figures for the big German rocket or significantly less for home-grown wagon speed?
2015 Mercedes-Benz GLA-CLass It’s a car! It’s a wagon! No — it’s… it’s… a small crossover. Meet the Mercedes-Benz Subaru, a CUV for the wood veneer set. It’s small, sort of sporty, sort of rugged and it sort of looks like a cross between the current Benz lineup (that face!) and pretty much every vehicle...
The venerable station is no longer what it was: a dowdy people hauler that oftentimes "sported" less than favorable designs (faux wood paneling, anyone?). And though the American populace now prefers cross-overs, station wagons still survive in the domestic automotive landscape. With lower centers of gravity, sleeker profiles and (typically) better driving dynamics than their SUV counterparts, there's plenty of reasons to love them. We certainly do. It's for all of the aforementioned reasons that wagons sell in much bigger numbers in Europe. With the hope of bringing the States around to how truly great they are, we give you five of the best wagons (and, sadly, some of the only ones left for sale here). Let's just hope they never completely disappear.
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