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The automaker is not giving up on sedans entirely as it has unveiled the all-new CT5 and is keeping the CT6 for now.
Not since the retirement of the Lincoln Town Car have operators seen this much movement toward new luxury models.
The Cadillac XTS and CT6 are among vehicles that will end production next year.
For the newest model year, the vehicle receives technical, chassis, and appearance changes to heighten the appeal of the elegant sedan.
The luxury OEM plans to roll out new vehicles every six months from mid-2018 through 2020 or 2021.
DEC. LCT Cover: The unique dealership arrangement is paying off four years later with a widening fleet vehicle market share.
There’s a reason why smartphone based transportation isn’t considered a luxury service…in fact, it’s downright weird.
The automaker's latest numbers offset a decline earlier in the year.
The brand-savvy OEM wants to connect its cars to client lifestyles and experiences.
The XTS Professional lineup will continue in five models: livery package, stretch livery, armored, funeral coach, and coachbuilder limousine.
The auto manufacturer cuts through the alphabet soup with a new strategy for labeling its vehicles.
LCT lines up another show floor exclusive, introducing the industry to the next generation Cadillac luxury sedan.
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