Cadillac Motor Car Division is an automobile brand under the American manufacturer General Motors known for its luxury vehicles. Its headquarters are located in Detroit, United States. The company was established in 1902 from the remains of the Henry Ford Company. It is named after Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac, a French explorer who had found Detroit in 1701. In 1902, Cadillac launched its first automobiles, the Runabout and Tonneau. In 1909, the company was purchased by General Motors. Currently, Cadillac’s product-line includes SUVs, Sedans, V-series, and electric vehicles.
01 Jan 2023Electric Vehicles
After a span of over a decade, US-based luxury carmaker Cadillac is likely planning an all-electric convertible sports car. The GM Design studio showcased a sketch of an open-top stretched-out vehicle on its official Instagram page.
18 Oct 2022Electric Cars
US luxury automaker Cadillac has finally revealed its CELESTIQ EV sedan. Its production will commence in December 2023.
10 Jun 2022Latest Cars
Cadillac has unveiled its Project GTP Hypercar as an endurance race car. It will represent the brand in events such as the 2023 IMSA series (Daytona) and World Endurance Championship (WEC).
07 Jan 2022Electric Vehicles
As an addition to its Halo Concept Portfolio of vehicles, US automaker Cadillac has unveiled a new concept car called InnerSpace at the CES 2022 event.
01 Mar 2021Cadillac Celestiq
General Motors will reportedly unveil its Cadillac Celestiq electric sedan this summer around July-August.
02 Feb 2021Latest automobiles
US automaker Cadillac has revealed its performance-oriented 2022 CT4-V Blackwing sedan. It can be pre-ordered by making a $1,000 (approximately Rs. 73,000) deposit.
29 Jan 2021General Motors
General Motors will stop producing fuel-guzzling vehicles by 2035 and shift to electric models in order to become carbon neutral by 2040.
13 Jan 2021Aston Martin
At the all-virtual CES 2021, General Motors has revealed its plan to enter the nascent electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) air-taxi business, by showcasing renders and animations of a Cadillac-branded, battery-powered, passenger air vehicle (PAV).