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Cadillac Flagship CT6 Sedan Teased

It has been a while since our last report about the Cadillac flagship sedan which is named “CT6”. Today Cadillac showed how it looks in a Dare Greatly campaign commercial, called the The Daring: No Regrets.


The upcoming CT6 arrives at 0:40 in this 60-second spot. We can see its frontal areas and also a little bit of the side profile.

The CT6 is said to be using advanced lightweight material construction in its car body, most probably a large percent of aluminum alloy. Along with this Cadillac ads campaign, more details of the CT6 should be coming in the next few weeks. Meanwhile please enjoy the 60-second spot below and see how the CT6 looks like.


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2016 Cadillac ATS-V Pricing Released

We have been talking about the Cadillac ATS-V since last May, and you can see all of our previous coverage here.

Since our last interview with Mr. David Leone, Cadillac’s Executive Chief Engineer, Cadillac has been quiet on further information regarding the BMW M3/M4 fighter. But today, GM finally released one of the most important number we are expecting: the price.


The 2016 ATS-V sedan starts at MSRP $61,460, and the ATS-V coupe starts at $63,660. The ATS-V sedan is a couple hundred dollar cheaper than the BMW M3 ($62,000), and it is the same for the ATS-V coupe too (compared with BMW M4’s $64,200)...

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Cadillac Brings Down CTS Pricing

Cadillac CTS Price Drop

When you want your product to upmarket, the typical way is enhancing your product design and quality, and then raising its price.

This was exactly what Cadillac had done to its latest 3rd-gen CTS sedan: the new CTS sedan is way better than its predecessor in all aspects, plus it’s more expensive. It looks like Cadillac shouldn’t worry about its sales.


But in fact, the sales of the new CTS sedan is now proven to be big trouble to the auto maker...

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What to Expect in the 2015 Detroit Auto Show

The 2015 Detroit auto show to be held in next month is going to be a historical event for the automobile history. Several cars to be debuted there will definitely be proven to be legends in the automobile history. To name a few: the long-waited second generation NSX; the successor of the glory Ford GT; the first Lexus high-performance mid-size sedan, M5/E63AMG fighter: GS-F.

Below is a brief preview of what we’ll see in two weeks.

2016 Acura NSX


25 years earlier when Acura debuted its first generation NSX, it was a milestone in the automobile industry. The 1st-gen NSX has many new stuffs and technologies that people had never seen before at that time...

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The 640HP 2016 Cadillac CTS-V: 200MPH Top Speed

We all knew it’s coming – today, GM officially announced the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V, the ultimate variant of the brand’s CTS sedan, which is going to compete with its German and Japanese rivals: the BMW M5, Mercedes-Benz E63AMG, and the upcoming Lexus GS-F.


Of course you can now jump to the press release on the bottom to dig for more information, but here are some highlights for your reference:

CTS-V highlights

– Supercharged 6.2L LT4 V8 engine, 640 hp and 630 lb-ft of torque
– Rear-wheel-drive, 8-speed automatic transmission
– 0-60mph time: 3.7 seconds; top speed: 200mph
– Latest version of the Magnetic Ride Control (electronically controlled active damping system)
– Opti...

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