Cadillac XTS News
MGM Resorts International now operates a fleet of 31 CNG-powered Cadillac XTS stretch limousines.
2013 Cadillac XTS First To Use Greener R-1234yf Refrigerant
In addition to tailpipe emissions and greenhouse gases, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency also regulates other materials in cars that may emit substances harmful to humans. And so it is that the 2013 Cadillac XTS large luxury sedan will become the first U.S. vehicle to use a new refrigerant...John Voelcker
A123 Gets Lithium-Cell Deal For Unspecified GM Electric Car
Another shoe dropped today, revealing one more little piece of General Motors' electric-car strategy. GM said this morning it had awarded a production contract for nanophosphate lithium-ion cells to A123 Systems, to be used in "future GM electric vehicles" that will be "announced at a later date"...John Voelcker
GM Plug-In Hybrid Program Underway, Vehicle Still Unconfirmed
Recent spy shots posted by our sister site Motor Authority show that despite delays, General Motors is continuing to develop the plug-in version of its Two-Mode Hybrid system. While the system is being tested in a discontinued Saturn Vue crossover, it now seems likely to appear in a version of...John Voelcker
Cadillac XTS Car of the Year for 2011, Plug-In Hybrid Version Coming
The Cadillac brand has made great strides within the past few years. Several of their vehicles have been awarded based on their performance, efficiency, and design. The European automakers have something to worry about as Cadillac has presented comparable vehicles at relative bargain prices...Eric Loveday
2010 Detroit Auto Show: Lutz Lays Out (Some) GM Plug-In Plans
Cleaning up a few odds and ends from last week's 2010 Detroit Auto Show brings us to General Motors' future product plans for plug-in hybrids. In the crush of reporters asking questions (known as the "scrum") after a GM announcement, a few more nuggets came to light. GM showed its striking and...John Voelcker
Say "luxury hybrid," and very few people think of Cadillac. Sure, the Escalade Hybrid large luxury sport-utility vehicle has been around for a few years, but Cadillac has no hybrid sedans. That may be about to change, if the Cadillac XTS Platinum Concept unveiled this morning at the Detroit Auto Show is any indication. Under the hood, this luxurious large front-wheel-drive sedan holds a 3.6-liter, 350-horsepower direct-injection V-6 engine mated to a plug-in hybrid system that recharges its lithium-ion battery pack in about five hours via a standard household power outlet. 10 miles of...