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Eight New Yorkers with good timing who want to flee to the Hamptons this summer could arrive via helicopter paid for by Cadillac.
Cadillac is updating the chassis, infotainment system and styling of its XTS sedan for the 2018 model year to help it continue to co-exist with the larger and newer CT6.
Opel CEO Neumann resigns; in line to lead Audi?; Porsche Cayenne emissions probe; JLR investing in Lyft; GM slows rental-fleet sales; Ford UK mobility hub; Cadillac's risky ad move.
Cadillac's American heritage is something young Chinese customers appreciate, says Chief Marketing Officer Uwe Ellinghaus, and something German competitors can't match.
Some customers have been heading to Cadillac showrooms to inquire about the Escala they saw in TV ads, only to find out that it's not for sale, and never will be.
Another batch of spy photographs taken near GM's proving grounds in Milford, Mich., show Cadillac One, the latest presidential limousine, undergoing development tests.
Cox Automotive and Holman Enterprises are teaming up to expand a retail vehicle-subscription service dubbed Flexdrive.
In an interview with Car and Driver, retired General Motors design boss Ed Welburn reflected on what worked and what didn't.
GM's US sales slumped 5.8 percent in April, and its dealerships now have more inventory waiting to find buyers than at any month since before the recession started almost a decade ago.
Sales of luxury vehicles slid 1.6 percent in April to 159,793, driven by big declines at the top three brands, with Mercedes expanding its lead over rivals BMW and Lexus.
Cadillac is selling itself as a heritage brand in China as it chases its German rivals. It is one of many things going right for the American luxury icon in the world's biggest market.
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