It's got a sharper design and improved safety tech, but the 2015 Cadillac Escalade will likely only appeal to those who were already fans of its nameplate.
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At a special event in New York, Cadillac took the wraps off the latest incarnation of its luxury SUV.
The model that defined Cadillac at the turn of the century braces for its first major update in nearly a decade.
The Japanese Escalade gets a new face, more adaptive drive tech.
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The son of successful lawyers, Spiegel grew up in a world of wealth, power, and privilege. Now the 23-year-old entrepreneur will be remembered for saying no to Mark Zuckerberg.
Among the new models that will debut at next week's Los Angeles Auto Show will be long-awaited updates to the Audi A3, Subaru WRX, and Mini Cooper.
The SUV of choice for music and athletes is also popular with car thieves, and again is the vehicle most frequently reported stolen to insurance agencies.
GM has decided to shelve the next generation of hybrid trucks and SUVs due to low demand and high cost.
Those chrome rims on your Escalade may be turning heads on the road, but they're also catching the attention of auto thieves.