Cadillac DTS News
Earlier this month the Cadillac STS ended production and this past week the same fate befell its bigger brother, the DTS, with the last example seen here rolling off the production line at the car’s Detroit-Hamtramck plant. As we’ve reportedly several times in the past, the DTS, along with the smaller STS, is to be replaced next year by a single model based on last year’s Cadillac XTS Platinum concept car. As for the last DTS, the black colored car will now enter the private collection of Nicola Bulgari, the current vice chairman of the Bulgari luxury goods brand and the...
GM Working On A Crash-Proof Cadillac
Someday, we might not have to put so much emphasis on airbags, anti-whiplash seats, and roof crush. In an ideal world, we could simply avoid accidents altogether, right? Or better yet, our cars would. It's not as far into the future as it sounds, according to GM. Looking ahead, Cadillac Global...Bengt Halvorson
2013 Cadillac XTS To Share Buick LaCrosse Platform?
The DTS/STS replacement has had a rocky road through GM's restructuring process.Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Cadillac exec confirms sub-CTS model and STS/DTS replacement
In late 2007 Cadillac general manager Jim Taylor revealed that the current STS and DTS models would be dropped at the end of their respective product cycles in favor of a single luxury sedan. While General Motors’ financial woes led many to believe that the new Caddy flagship model had been...Ralph Hanson
Report: V12 Cadillac XLS shelved, DTS/STS replacement still in the works
Tough CAFE standards, even tougher economic conditions and high oil prices have conspired to lay the ultra-luxury Cadillac XLS and its V12 engine to rest. Never officially confirmed for production, there had been rumors that it was being worked on internally. At the same time, Cadillac's on-again...Nelson Ireson
LWB Cadillac DTS-L revealed
We now have official shots of the long-wheelbase version of the Cadillac’s DTS sedan. The extended version, dubbed the DTS-L, will hit showrooms early next year and will be powered by the same 275hp 4.6L Northstar V8 from the standard version. Key changes are the extra 8 inches in length and...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Cadillac will unveil a long-wheelbase version of its full-size DTS sedan at the Los Angeles auto show later this month. Labelled the DTS-L, the new sedan will hit showrooms early next year and will be powered by the same 275hp 4.6L Northstar V8 from the standard version. Key changes are the extra 8 inches in length and Cadillac’s "VIP privacy" rear seating that hides passengers behind the car’s c-pillar. The stretched DTS will be assembled alongside the standard model at General Motors’ Detroit/Hamtramck plant and there’s no word on whether Cadillac will release a...