How Cadillac engineers made the Escalade-V work

Photo: Cadillac Last week, Cadillac unleashed many details and specifications of the Escalade-V on the world. This 6,300-pound hot-rod SUV has a 6.2-liter LT4 supercharged V8 that puts out 682 horsepower and 653 lb-ft of torque, and promises to do 0-60 in less than 4.4 seconds thanks to full-time four-wheel drive. It is the most … Read more

Would You Go Big In This 1970 Cadillac Wagon For $38,995?

Because it’s not a factory job today Nice price or no dice Caddy could easily have looked more Fisher-Price than Fisher Bodied, but instead, it tops it all off. Let’s see if we can also find a buyer. It’s been a big week for polarizing prices and exaggerated results on NPOND. Whether it was outrageous … Read more

2023 Escalade is Cadillac’s past and present, but not the future

Photo: Andy Kalmovitz Cadillac is currently in an interesting position. The company wants one new brand identity, but the most iconic product doesn’t really fit in that new direction. Cadillac has said many times that from now on all of its new vehicles will be electric. That leaves its flagship, the escalatein a weird place. … Read more

The Cadillac STS-V had more power than a 911 Turbo in 2006

Image: Cadillac Yes, you read that right. Cadillac once took one big, plush luxury sedan and gave it more horsepower than any of the most desirable sports cars on the market at the time. Let’s not forget the Cadillac STS-V! Welcome to Forgotten Cars, where we delve into the history of fascinating vehicles that you … Read more

For $38,995, Would You Go Big in This 1970 Cadillac Wagon?

Since it’s not a factory job, today’s one Nice price or no dice Caddy can easily have looked more Fisher-Price than Fisher Bodied, but instead, it totally tops it off. Let’s see if we also manage to find a buyer. It’s been a big week for polarizing prices and over-the-top results on NPOND. Whether it’s … Read more

2023 Escalade is Cadillac’s past and present, but not the future

Photo: Andy Kalmowitz Cadillac is currently in an interesting position. The company wants a new brand identity, but the most iconic product doesn’t really fit in that new direction. Cadillac has often said that from now on all its new vehicles will be electric. That leaves its flagship, the Escaladein a weird place. The Escalade … Read more