Cadillac’s full-size Escalade SUV now comes in a performance model. The $150K luxury SUV packs a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 that makes 682 hp and 653 lb-ft. of torque, launching the 6200 lb. beast to 60 mph in 4.4 sec. It has Brembo brakes, quad exhaust, 22-inch wheels, Magnetic Ride Control 4.0, and adaptive air suspension.
Autonomous luxury with zero emissions and zero crashes sums up Cadillac’s third Halo Concept vehicle. The slick, two-passenger EV sports a range of self-driving and connected tech. The use of biometric input, AI machine learning, and GM’s Ultifi software redefines how passengers cruise in its serene cabin.
Cadillac made just 250 Launch Edition CT5-V Blackwings, and this one could be yours if you’re the lucky winner. This powerhouse sedan packs a supercharged V8 that makes 668 hp, zooms from 0-to-60 in 3.4 seconds, and tops out at 200 mph. Donations help support charities, and Awesomer readers earn double entries.
In 2018, Cadillac built just 162 of the CTS-V Championship Edition sedan. It packs a 640 hp supercharged V8, and looks great in Crystal White with red mirror caps, and a red accented interior. One lucky entrant will win this amazing car, while helping to support charities. Plus, Awesomer readers get double entries for a limited time.
To promote their LYRIQ EV during Super Bowl LV, Cadillac remembers Tim Burton’s 1990 film Edward Scissorhands. Timothée Chalamet plays Edward’s son, who also has scissors for hands, and is pleased to find that the new Caddy has a hands-free driving mode. Winona Ryder reprises her role as Edgar’s mom Kim Boggs.
Cadillac’s Blackwing sedans are all about performance. The CT5-V Blackwing has a supercharged 6.2L V8 that makes 668 hp and goes 0-60 in 3.7 seconds, while the CT4-V Blackwing has a 3.6L twin-turbo V6 with 472 hp and a 0-60 time of 3.8 seconds. Gearheads will love that both come standard with a 6-speed manual gearbox.
Boldly innovative, the powerful 2021 Escalade is Cadillac’s most impressive luxury SUV yet, thanks to ground-breaking tech and a wealth of surprises. Prestigious perks include the industry’s first curved 38” OLED display, 36-speaker AKG Studio audio, and Enhanced Super Cruise with Lane-change for hands-free highway driving.
Cadillac’s crossover EV is sleek, modern, and elegant. Powered by GM’s new Ultium battery system, it will come in RWD and AWD variants, with up to 300 miles of range. Tech highlights include a 33″ LED dashboard, and the latest version of Caddy’s Super Cruise. Cadillac plans on putting the LYRIQ into production by 2022.
We recently headed up to Seattle, Washington to test drive Cadillac’s all-new XT4 compact crossover in two flavors. We were drawn in by its bold styling, zesty 237 hp twin-turbo engine, sporty handling, luxurious interior, and user-friendly tech. Read our full review on 95octane.
The world’s first hands-free interstate cruising system is here, and we were one of the first to test it out on a trip from Cleveland to Memphis via Chicago. We were left thoroughly impressed by this “Super Cruise” setup, and what it means for the future of highway travel as we know it.
Cadillac returns to prototype endurance racing in spectacular fashion, with a 600 hp V8 track beast inspired by the CTS-V. It rocks sleek aerodynamics, the requisite racing gear, and weighs just 2,050 pounds. Debuts at the Rolex 24 race in Daytona on January 28-29, 2017.
We recently got up close and personal with not one, but two of Cadillac’s grand lux 640hp, supercharged V8-engined sedans. Check out the luscious Red Obsession and carbon fiber model at the Chicago Auto Show, then hit 95octane for our review of a Phantom Grey Metallic CTS-V.