AutoComplete: Cadillac is keeping the sedan alive with CT4 and CT5
Here's what's making news on Roadshow Cadillacs keeping it sedan games Strong by introducing not just one but two new sedans this year the first hit the scene will be the CT V which is kind of the replacement for the CTS and then Cadillac will follow that up with a smaller CT for sedan, which replaces the 80s sedan.
Styling is different from Caddy's current crop, but we like it and we are also into the turboed I4 and three liter V6 that you'll be able to get in the new models.
BMW is playing a long game by teasing it's 2-Series Gran Coupe, some eight months before it's planned debut at the LA Auto Show.
Why would BMW do this?
I don't know.
Maybe to get people's outrage over the fact that it's going to be front wheel drive plenty of times subside.
It will be interesting to see if that tactic works though because the notion of a front wheel drive is tantamount to heresy to many enthusiast and we're sure we can hear them.
Sharpening their pitch forks already.
Volvo has always been serious about safety but now it's taking that to a new level.
See, it wants to add cameras and sensors to your car's cabin to help detect when you've been drinking or when you're driving distracted.
Volvo says that the system can go as far as limiting your speed or even park itself on the roadside and not letting you drive it if you continue to exhibit crappy driving behaviours.
It wants to add these systems to its vehicles sometime in the next few years.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
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