Just three years after the launch of Cadillac’s fifth-generation gasoline-propelled flagship, the premium brand has taken the wraps off a reimagined, all-electric take on the full-size SUV: the Escalade IQ.
Cadillac has long made special cars, but the American luxury brand is going beyond its usual benchmark and delivering something world class with its new Celestiq.
Driving the winding the roads from Vancouver to Naramata, along the Coquihalla and through the bench lands, in a 2021 Cadillac CT4 sport gave me a new appreciation for the activity and by extension—the car.
With various self-driving automobiles landing on our driveways, we’ve almost arrived at the realities posed by sci-fi tropes in shows like Knight Rider and Batman.
Over at Cadillac, there’s a whole different conversation going on about lighting.
One of the most stressful aspects of purchasing a new car is going to a dealership, and that stress is now doubled as we’re encouraged to physically distance ourselves from one another to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
There are a ton of superb SUVs available, and for a short stint, the Escalade seemed to be forgotten as Cadillac expanded its core lineup to have new offerings in just about every segment of the luxury vehicle landscape.
There’s a new player or extremely updated vehicle in nearly every important segment, so we’ve made a checklist of some of the most noteworthy new cars that we’re looking forward to driving this year.
For generations, the refined elegance and masculinity of cars has influenced fashion, but no company is doing more in this field than Mariclaro.