Cadillac will not be coming out with a plug-in hybrid version of its Cadillac SRX crossover after all, according to Reuters, citing sources within General Motors.
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The 2013 New York Auto Show press days are over, and after a weekend to reflect on what we saw in New York City's Javits Center, we've distilled the dozens of debuts into our list of the best and worst.
It's been years since Cadillac had a unique, proper coupe of its own—and not just the CTS Coupe, which shares its bones with the CTS Sedan and Wagon.
Oops an automaker did it again- Cadillac, a week ahead of the official world debut, "accidentally" had a picture of the all new XTS on its website.