Vehicle Review: The latest version of the luxury sedan brings a new engine, sheetmetal, and technology.
The luxury sedan isn't going anywhere - at least for now.
With sleek styling and responsive power, the sedan delivers a luxurious, connected driving experience.
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.
It appears the industry sedan will stick around a little while longer.
The flagship sedan was rumored to be on the chopping block, but GM and Cadillac's presidents both say that just isn't true.
Vehicle Review: The luxury sedan is a true global competitor with Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz versions in the same segment.
The Cadillac XTS and CT6 are among vehicles that will end production next year.
Analysis: Automakers may be missing an opportunity by not matching the larger sized models of foreign competitors.
The technology is common on German-made autos, but Cadillac’s inclusion of it is an innovative move for this American-made brand.
The big news is the way in which buyers will be able to step into the automaker's new 4.2-liter twin-turbocharged LTA V8 engine.
As you would expect with a $75,000 vehicle, the interior looks and feels posh.
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