Cadillac's attempt to break into the top echelon of European luxury brands "Sisyphean." In the Greek myth, the tricky king cursed to roll a boulder up a hill forever finds it slipping away just as it reaches the crest. In its case, Cadillac has kept the rock rolling — it's just the hill that's grown steeper.It's wrong to call
Proof of that arrived tonight in the shape of the 2016 Cadillac CT6, a new flagship sedan for General Motors' luxury arm and the tip of a $12 billion flurry of eight models arriving by 2020. Billed as the most advanced vehicle ever bolted — or in its case, laser-welded and glued together — by GM, the new sedan will sport up to 400 hp and new technology like four-wheel steering and a 34-speaker stereo system.
In a realm where Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi dominate, Cadillac has main some gains, but not as much as GM has hoped. Staring from the original CTS sedan unveiled in 2002, a car meant to atone for engineering crimes like the Cimarron, Cadillac has steadilyRead More »from 2016 Cadillac CT6 launches the $12 billion Cadillac comeback