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    GM plans to expand Super Cruise beyond Cadillac

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    DETROIT — General Motors will expand its Super Cruise semiautonomous highway driving system to brands other than Cadillac after 2020. The technology will eventually be available on all of the automaker’s U.S. vehicles, according to GM product chief Mark Reuss. The expansion, GM says, will occur after the company begins rolling out the hands-free driving […] More

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    GM won’t say what $232M to build next-gen Cadillac sedans means to Oshawa

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    General Motors is investing C$232 million (US$175 million) in a mid-Michigan plant to build two of Cadillac’s next-generation sedans, but the automaker is not saying how that will affect production at its Oshawa, Ont., assembly plant. GM, according to a spokeswoman, has already begun installing new tooling and equipment at the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant, […] More

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    Cadillac Super Cruise coming to more Canadian vehicles in 2020

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    QUEBEC CITY — Cadillac will roll out its Super Cruise partially autonomous driving system through its entire lineup beginning in 2020 as Canadian buyers warm up to the idea of giving up some control of their vehicle. Super Cruise is a limited, semi-autonomous driving system in the vein of Tesla’s Autopilot and Mercedes-Benz’s Drive Pilot […] More

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    Carlisle taking Cadillac ‘on the offensive’

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    SEATTLE — “It’s on.” That will be Cadillac President Steve Carlisle’s message to roughly 900 retailers this week at the brand’s dealer meeting in Las Vegas. The meeting will be a coming-out party for the Canadian executive, who succeeded the outspoken Johan de Nysschen in an abrupt management change in April. Carlisle will detail Cadillac’s […] More

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    What Cadillac dealers can expect from Steve Carlisle

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    An open letter to Cadillac dealers: I’ve had two opportunities in the last month to meet with Cadillac President Steve Carlisle, the former head of GM Canada who was handpicked by General Motors executives to replace the ousted Johan de Nysschen. Many of you, if you haven’t already, will get the same opportunity this week […] More

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    Cadillac: Back where it belongs, not out of the woods

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    Cadillac made a change at the top this year, selecting Steve Carlisle as president. Make no mistake, he has a very tough road ahead of him. But the first step for Carlisle and his marketing boss, Deborah Wahl, was the right one — re-establishing their offices in Detroit. I’m sure Carlisle knows he will need […] More

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    Carlisle’s Cadillac plan includes Canadian market ‘high’ on list

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    Former GM Canada president Steve Carlisle’s experience turning around the company’s performance in this country could prove useful in his new role as head of the long-struggling Cadillac brand. In his first interview with Automobile News | tomobile.org Canada since moving to Cadillac, Carlisle said GM Canada progressed “quite a way” forward during his four-year […] More

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    GM sees strong ’19 earnings, says Caddy will lead EV charge

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    DETROIT — General Motors expects to boost earnings this year in the aftermath of a strong 2018 that the automaker said exceeded its guidance and internal expectations. The healthy 2019 forecast includes earnings per share of $6.50-$7 and adjusted free cash flow between $4.5 billion (all figures in USD) and $6 billion. That compares with […] More

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    From Cadillac, an Escalade ‘scaled for everyday life’

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    DETROIT — The Escalade’s “little brother” has arrived, giving Cadillac the three-row crossover that its three fellow General Motors brands have long had and another weapon to take on an onslaught of utility vehicles from luxury competitors. The 2020 XT6, which Cadillac was set to unveil here Sunday night, fills a yawning gap between the […] More

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    Cadillac’s first and largest exclusive dealership in N.A. opens in Calgary

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    CALGARY — Western Canada’s largest Cadillac dealership has gone upscale with a flashy new store that brings a premium level of service to match the luxury vehicles it sells.  Carter Cadillac in Calgary cost more than $16 million and is the brand’s largest exclusive Cadillac outlet on the continent, according to the automaker. It’s located […] More

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