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.
The 2016 CT6 certainly is not a tweener in the slightest, as its specs show it pegs the BMW 750i.
OCT. LCT Editor's Column: Market forces are changing the terms of success for one-car operators.
The San Francisco operator is renewing its fleet and selling Cadillac XTSs, Escalades, and F-550 shuttle buses, all within two years of new.
Brand chief Johan de Nysschen says he wants to attract younger buyers and one day operate independently from General Motors.
Standard equipment includes front airbags, knee airbags, front and rear side impact airbags and side-curtain airbags.
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