Cadillac’s boldly styled new crossover cuts 278 pounds from its predecessor, the SRX, and packs the same 310hp, 3.6L V6 found in the ATS and CTS. Its loaded with luxury finishes, and high tech gizmos like a video backup mirror that reduces blind spots.
The tech-packed big daddy of the Cadillac line takes aim at the BMW 7-series, but weighs less than the 5-series. Under the hood is a 3.0L twin-turbo V6 that produces 400hp and 400 lb-ft. of torque, a 2.0L turbo 4 or a 3.6L V6.
The 2015 Escalade has a 6.2L V8 that produces 420hp and 480lb.ft. of torque, Bose audio w/ active noise cancellation, wood and leather interior trim, climate-controlled seats, Full LED lighting, and a dramatically improved facade.
A 1928 V8 Cadillac formerly owned by infamous American gangster Al Capone. The car is also one of the earliest examples of a bulletproofed vehicle. It is expected to fetch up to $500,000.
This kid clearly has the best Dad on the planet. Just check out his custom Caddy stroller – complete with neon undercarriage lights and a special surprise from the exhaust system.
Cadillac harkens back to the era when cars looked like boats with their luxurious Ciel convertible. Driven by a twin-turbo 3.6L V6 with hybrid electric power, it measures at over 203 inches long.
Cadillac’s 2011 CTS-V Black Diamond edition offers 3 coats of aluminum-flaked SpectraFlair paint, 19″ wheels and Brembo brake calipers; interior features Sapele wood accents and Recaro seats.
The 1956 Eldorado Brougham Town Car Prototype had quite an elitist design. While the rear half had gold-trimmed leather seats and amenities, the chauffeur half of the car didn’t even have a roof.