The structure of both the 2016 CTS-V and ATS-V is optimized and designed to meet higher performance requirements. The enhancements made to V-Series are aimed to increase response and feel when cornering and torque loads go significantly beyond the levels experienced by non-V models. These structural upgrades contribute to greater structural stiffness that leads to more precise handling and quicker steering responsiveness.
The Escala Concept debuted in California over the weekend, introducing the next evolution of Cadillac design and previewing the craftsmanship and technology being developed for many future models.
The Cadillac V-Series lineup carry the aura of track inspired performance cues to the already luxurious yet driver-oriented interior of the original models. However, key components aimed at amplifying the feel of performance-driving are optimized with design, material and finish.
Cadillac’s ATS-V and CTS-V are dual-purpose luxury performers – they both serve as luxury vehicles with sophisticated road manners and track-capable sports cars straight from the factory.
The 2017 Cadillac XT5 has been developed, designed and engineered to provide customers with more luxury, space, technology, and, most importantly, more efficiency. The XT5 is the next phase in elevating the Cadillac brand: it is bold, ultra-modern and sophisticated thanks to superb driving dynamics, cutting-edge technologies and a new chassis system – all of which work together to ensure fuel efficiency. In fact, the EPA-reported fuel economy for the XT5 is 13.07 L/100km for city driving and 9.05L/100km for highway driving.
The first-ever XT5 includes Cadillac’s latest production systems in the areas of connectivity and safety. The proof of that is the fact that the 2017 top trim Platinum model’s innovative new streaming video mirror, improves field of vision by an estimated 300 percent, or roughly four times greater than a standard rearview mirror.
Thirty-five years ago, Bose and Cadillac defined premium automotive audio, forever changing how people listen to music in a vehicle. Then, in 2015, Bose introduced its most advanced and highest-performing automotive sound system – the Bose® Panaray® system – designed exclusively for the Cadillac CT6 sedan.
Cadillac’s first-ever 2017 XT5 was crafted to fit its customers’ distinctive yet expressive lifestyle. Its flexible interior is filled with advanced features to help keep drivers and passengers comfortable and connected, while the sharp exterior lines make a striking statement.
For the 2017 CT6, Cadillac designers aimed to deliver a bold, elegant and spacious interior. That elegance is expressed in curated environments and in surface sculpture featuring authentic materials, exquisite details and elevated executions of the brand’s signature cut-and-sew interiors.
DUBAI – Cadillac has appointed Felix Weller to the position of vice president, Europe, effective September 1, 2016. Weller will report to Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen, joining the global executive team from his current position as managing director, Cadillac Middle East. Weller succeeds Dr. Andreas Schaaf, who recently assumed the role of vice president, Cadillac China.
A thoroughly progressive vehicle both inside and out, the XT5 is the next chapter in elevating the Cadillac brand. This 2017 model embodies the brand’s expertise in lightweight design and agile driving dynamics.
The CT6 is Cadillac’s take on recreating the formula of the prestige sedan through the integration of new technologies developed to achieve dynamic performance, efficiency and agility unseen in the large luxury car segment. The CT6’s rigid, lightweight architecture is the foundation for its segment-challenging agility, enhanced by active-on-demand all-wheel drive, active rear steering and Magnetic Ride Control on the available Active Chassis System
Cadillac has added high-resolution streaming video to the function of a traditional rearview mirror, removing obstructions of passengers, headrests and the vehicle’s roof and rear pillars. The groundbreaking feature comes standard on the 2017 CT6 Sedan.
The Cadillac CT6 is one of the world’s lightest and most agile full-size luxury sedans, with dimensions and spaciousness on par with best-selling competitors in the segment. The 2017 model is also lighter than the smaller Cadillac CTS as well as other competing models from the same sub segment. And this is primarily thanks to its highly-advanced aluminum-intensive architecture – which incorporates 11 different materials to achieve strength, performance and efficiency thresholds practically unmatched among the world’s elite luxury performance sedans.
The first-ever Cadillac XT5 will arrive to Cadillac dealerships in the Middle East at the end of June, continuing the brand’s product-driven growth. XT5 was unveiled in Dubai last November, and enters the strongest category in the luxury automotive space, the midsize luxury crossover segment, where Cadillac has consistently been a consumer favorite.
The 2017 Cadillac CT6’s 3.0L Twin Turbo engine, available on the top of the line Platinum, offers an estimated 404 horsepower and 542 Nm of torque, making it among the most power-dense V-6 engines in the segment, at 134 horsepower per liter. Essentially, it leverages the latest technology to balance efficiency, performance and refinement.