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Ride Of The Week: 1953 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible

With the announcement of its 1953 models, Cadillac Motor Division continued to lead the American automobile industry in engine power, since its 1953 V8s developed 210 hp.

Cadillac Testing Hands-Free ‘Super Cruise’ System In Coast-To-Coast Trip

Super Cruise enables hands-free, driver-assisted operation on 130,000 miles of limited-access, divided freeways in the United States, according to the automaker.

GM Donates High-End Caddy To Collegiate Car Repair Training Program

GM donated a Cadillac CT6 to the automotive program at Camden County College.

Ride Of The Week: 1959 Cadillac Coupe DeVille

No single automotive design better char­acterizes the American automobile industry’s late-1950s flamboyance than the iconic 1959 Ca­dillac.

Cadillac Is Now Offering A V-Performance Academy Driving Experience

Cadillac has announced the Cadillac V-Performance Academy driving experience at Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club near Las Vegas.

Cadillac Unveils Escala Concept Vehicle

The Escala Concept previews the design and technical ideas driving the next phase of Cadillac’s ongoing expansion.

Vintage V8s – Exploring 100 Years Of Eight-Cylinder Cadillac Engines

For more than a century, the name Cadillac has been synonymous with performance, style and passion. And, in the early years of the Cadillac Automobile Company, it was a former loom mechanic – Henry Martyn Leland – who was credited with forging the technologies that separated Cadillac from the other automobile businesses that were springing up at the turn of the 20th century.

Die Valkyrie – A 1955 Cadillac On Steroids

Die Valkyrie is a dream car that was created by famed industrial designer Brooks Stevens. It was intended to be an international star car, putting in appearances at both American and European car shows in 1955. It won awards at the International Automobile Show at Madison Square Garden in New York City and at the Paris Auto Show.

Video: How To Start A 1912 Cadillac

Cars have come a long way since 1912, but we wouldn’t be where we are today in the evolution of the automobile had it not been for the 1912 Cadiallc. Employing the very first electric starter motor system, getting this car to start was far from straightforward.