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Cadillac Could Build a High-Performance Escalade-V, Not That The World Needs It

Cadillac Could Build a High-Performance Escalade-V, Not That The World Needs It

A high-performance Cadillac Escalade with a supercharged V-8 could arrive in 2021

Cadillac introduced the fifth-generation Escalade for the 2021 model and on top of being better in just about every department, it will also spawn an all-electric drivetrain shared with the upcoming GMC Hummer EV. But it seems that the fifth-generation SUV will also debut the first high-performance version of the Escalade, rumored to be called the Escalade-V Blackwing. When’s it coming and how powerful will it be? Let’s find out below.

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Incoming Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing Will Feature a Nifty Race-Inspired Detail

Incoming Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing Will Feature a Nifty Race-Inspired Detail

The Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing will debut bookmatched carbon-fiber seatbacks

Cadillac is introducing a more powerful version of the CT5-V soon. It’s called the CT5-V Blackwing and it’s a proper successor to the mighty CTS-V. Most details are still under wraps, but Cadillac is slowly teasing some of the car’s features. We’ve seen the sedan’s performance steering wheel back in August and, come September, we’re looking at its unique carbon-fiber seats with bookmatched design.

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GM Could Be Teasing Cadillac's Next Large EV

GM Could Be Teasing Cadillac’s Next Large EV

We’re Not Going to Say This Sketch Actually Means Something, But It Could Be a Teaser

General Motors has posted a very interesting and, uhm, sharp….. sketch to its Instagram account depicting what is clearly a Cadillac and what could be a larger SUV or, perhaps, even a pickup truck. But, see, that’s the real tease, as GM has posted this baby with absolutely no context outside of the words “lean & mean” – at least 50-percent of which doesn’t make sense.

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The Cadillac LYRIQ SUV - Luxury and Electric Mobility For Under $60,000?

The Cadillac LYRIQ SUV - Luxury and Electric Mobility For Under $60,000?

The Suggested Price Point for the Cadillac LYRIQ Doesn’t Reinforce the Exclusivity Cadillac Suggested

The Cadillac Lyriq has been in the news for a lot of reasons. While it showcased an impressive amount of tech features, it has been trolled massively for its name. The much-anticipated EV was unveiled earlier this month and it looked fairly impressive. It is still far from production, and we aren’t sure if all the features showcased will be offered in the production models. Earlier, it was said that it will start under $75,000, but now Automotive News has quoted the President of Cadillac saying it will have a starting price below $60,000.

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Cadillac Needs to Nail the LYRIQ If It's Going to be Even Remotely Successful

Cadillac Needs to Nail the LYRIQ If It’s Going to be Even Remotely Successful

If Cadillac Doesn’t Get the LYRIQ Right, The Company Might Not Last Much Longer

Outside of the Chevy Bolt, GM doesn’t really have any electric vehicles. The Bolt was a huge step forward with its 259 miles of range on a good day, but GM is definitely falling behind, and that’s why Cadillac is set to “spearhead GM’s shift to an all-electric future.” The LYRIQ that has been teased here is the first of many to come and will be powered by GM’s Ultimum batteries. It will also ride on the same next-gen battery-electric architecture that will underpin most Cadillac and Chevy EVs going forward. We’ll get our first full look at it on August 6th, but what exactly can we expect?

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The Rumor Mill Says That the 2021 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing Will Be Good for 650 Horsepower

The Rumor Mill Says That the 2021 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing Will Be Good for 650 Horsepower

The 6.2-liter is set to be reworked to make the CT5-V just a little more powerful than the old CTS-V

There has been a lot of controversy surrounding Cadillac practically sidelining the rather awesome and advanced Blackwing V-8. When we learned that the Blackwing V-8 wouldn’t be found inside the hotter CT5-V Blackwing, we were a little dumbfounded, and now it seems Cadillac is pulling a rather odd play from its book of moves. As it turns out, a new rumor says that the 6.2-liter V-8 is being reworked and will deliver 650 supercharged horsepower in the CT5-V Blackwing.

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Cadillac Escalade Electric - Everything We Know

Cadillac Escalade Electric - Everything We Know

The new 2021 Escalade is out of the bag, but what about its EV alter ego?

With the fifth-generation Cadillac Escalade out and about, we can now turn our attention to the all-electric version of the big-boned luxury SUV.

Cadillac changed quite a lot of the Escalade equation, and although the flagship SUV still shares its platform with the likes of Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe, the new bag of goodies includes an independent rear suspension, curved OLED displays inside, and both gasoline V-8 and diesel straight-six engines. But how about the all-electric Escalade? What’s in store for the emission-free Caddy SUV? Here’s everything we know so far about the Cadillac Escalade Electric.

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The Six-Figure Cadillac Celestiq Sounds Like an Attempted Money Grab That Will Fail

The Six-Figure Cadillac Celestiq Sounds Like an Attempted Money Grab That Will Fail

Some car companies get away with selling six-figure cars. Neither GM or Cadillac are one of them

Let’s be honest, we you think about Cadillac, you think about mid-level luxury. They can be rather luxurious, but they are still GM and just really don’t compete with full-scale luxury brands like BMW, Mercedes, or even Audi. You damn sure wouldn’t cross-shop a Cadillac sedan vs. a Rolls-Royce or Bentley, though, would you? Well, as it turns out, GM and Cadillac think you will, and that’s why they are going to introduce the Cadillac Celestiq, an overly luxurious (or so they say) electric sedan that will sit comfortably in six-figure territory. A Cadillac…. In six-figure territory.

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Get Ready to Shift Your Own Gears in the 2020 Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwing

Get Ready to Shift Your Own Gears in the 2020 Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwing

A manual transmission is reportedly in the works, but the Blackwing V-8 is probably swimming with the fishes

Like most of you, we too were confused when Cadillac launched the less-than-stellar CT4-V and CT5-V last year, but it didn’t take long for us to learn that hotter versions, with the name “Blackwing” were on the horizon. We’ve yet to see these hotter, flagship sedans, but new information has finally come to light and now we have a slightly better view of what’s coming.

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2021 Cadillac Escalade: What We Know So Far

2021 Cadillac Escalade: What We Know So Far

The big SUV is closing in on its debut date, so here’s what to expect

Arguably one of the most recognizable modern Cadillacs, the Escalade is getting ready to say bye-bye to its fourth generation as the fifth is set to make a debut on February the 4th, 2020.

So far we’ve had a fair share of rumors joined by blurry shots of the big SUV’s interior an exterior cues, so we’ve put it all together to see what exactly do we know about and what to expect from the 2021 Cadillac Escalade.

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With the Chevy Tahoe and Suburban Revealed, Someone Has Leaked Images of the 2021 Cadillac Escalade

With the Chevy Tahoe and Suburban Revealed, Someone Has Leaked Images of the 2021 Cadillac Escalade

The fifth-generation Escalade looks mighty fine from our vantage point

General Motors has been busy rolling out new-generation versions of its SUV lineup. The all-new Chevrolet Suburban and Chevrolet Tahoe have arrived and it looks like the next-generation Cadillac Escalade is about to follow suit. Leaked photos shared on the Instagram page cochespias show the 2021 Cadillac Escalade in full view.

There are several leaked photos of the fifth-generation Escalade, including one that clearly shows the luxury SUV’s front section. Another photo shows the side profile of the full-size SUV while a third photo gives us a glimpse of the Escalade’s posh interior. All signs point to significant changes for Caddy’s flagship SUV as it prepares to set its sights on the Lincoln Navigator.

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Lacking Direction, Cadillac Ponders on High-Performance SUVs; What to Do with That Blackwing V-8

Lacking Direction, Cadillac Ponders on High-Performance SUVs; What to Do with That Blackwing V-8

Cadillac could spruce a whole line of blackwing cars and SUVs with the Corvette C8-based supercar sitting at the top

Do you know what Operation Fortitude is? Maybe some of you do. Well, it was an Allies deception plan before D-Day in WW2 that tricked Germans into thinking that Allies plan their invasion of Europe to happen in Norway. Allies created false radio reports, manufactured fictitious troop movements, and even deployed inflatable tanks on specific areas to trick the Germans. And it worked. The Germans did not have adequately prepared defenses on Normandy beaches. Allied troops landed and helped free the continent from the Nazis. So, what the heck does this have to do with Cadillac and GM?

I believe that GM is currently using a similar tactic to create fertile soil for the creation of the (hopefully) irresistible Blackwing Cadillacs. In this scenario, the 2020 Corvette C8 and all the hype around it may be like a "false troop movement," or an "inflatable tank," while the probable Blackwing V-series Cadillacs are the real deal that should bring in money and prestige. I know that this may sound like a lot to devour, but bear with me for a while.

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