Founded in 1902, Cadillac is General Motors' flagship brand. Once regarded as "The Standard of the World," recent decades have seen the Wreath and Crest brand working hard to reestablish itself as one of the world's premier purveyors of luxury cars and SUVs.
From electric hypermiler concepts to color-changing cars, CES had some of the wildest debuts we've seen in a long time.
This sultry dream car looks like something out of a science-fiction movie and its interior is even more incredible.
Super Cruise can handle highways, while Ultra Cruise promises hands-free driving even on city streets and local roads.
Designed to be a luxury lounge on wheels, this long and low design study seats just two and has a pop-up roof and a swiveling, split bench seat.
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A load of Chevy, Buick, Cadillac and GMC models won't be available with heated seats or steering wheels as a temporary measure.
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Cadillac confirmed the Level 2 hands-free driver-assist system is not available, at least for now.