Styling Review of the Cadillac CT6

January 27th, 2016  |  by  |  published in Commentary, CT6, Uncategorized

Autoline Daily, a podcast by the folks that also produce Autoline This Week and Autoline After Hours, gives some insight into the styling and engineering of the new CT6. Jump about halfway in to the portion about the Cadillac.  Autoline Daily – Audio: AD #1786

New Cadillac Head Takes to Facebook to Smack Down Critics

September 29th, 2014  |  by  |  published in Commentary, Leadership

Recently, Cadillac has named a new head, announced plans for a flagship sedan, and unveiled the start of a new branding scheme. All while also planning a much more autonomous structure that will see its headquarters leaving Detroit and corporate parent GM’s shadow in favor of New York City’s SoHo neighborhood. These moves have not […]

Happy New Year

January 1st, 2013  |  by  |  published in Commentary

It’s been quiet on the CaddyEdge front, largely due to holiday obligations. Expect more of the Cadillac news you expect from tCE in the coming days. I hope you have all had a great holiday season and here is to a great 2013 (and new Cadillacs like the ELR, new CTS, and a new Escalade […]

How Will Cadillac Expand its Lineup?

November 14th, 2012  |  by  |  published in ATS, Commentary, CTS, Escalade, News, Rumored Models, SRX, V-Series, XLR

Cadillac has mentioned, through their North American head of Marketing, Don Butler, that they plan to continue to offer coupes and wagons (sticking with some of the expansion they started with versions of the CTS in the past few years). What isn’t completely clear is if coupes and wagons will be versions of the CTS […]

GMI Re-Envisions the Cadillac Lineup – Part I

November 2nd, 2012  |  by  |  published in ATS, BRX / BTX, Commentary, Rumored Models

GMI Re-Envisions the Cadillac Lineup - Part I

If you don’t already follow the folks over at GM Inside News, you should. In a world where GM product often gets a barely concealed sneer from critics and the press – these guys love the company and their products deeply. However this doesn’t mean that they don’t see plenty of room for improvement – […]

What it Will Take to Unseat BMW

October 26th, 2012  |  by  |  published in ATS, Commentary

Peter M. De Lorenzo at is never one to pull his punches when talking to power in the auto industry. In a world where journalists are all to happy to talk up the latest shiny offering from anywhere in return for junkets to far-off lands, he calls things like he sees them and is […]

What Power Train Changes Will the Cadillac ELR Have?

October 15th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Commentary, ELR

At this point, we are at least a year from getting any seat time in the extended-range electric Cadillac, the ELR. Over at GM-Volt, they have an article that performs some analysis on what to expect from the ELR enhanced Voltec power train.  They go on at length about more powerful electric motors, bigger and […]

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