Tag: Cadillac XT4

Cadillac’s Torque-Based Naming Scheme Is Confusing Even For… Cadillac

Starting with the 2020 model year and the three-row XT6 crossover, Cadillac introduced a new engine badging scheme based on torque output expressed in Newton-Meters (nm) rounded to the nearest 50. This might sound like a rather odd decision from the 118-year-old automaker that can’t even get customers to remember their current model names, but […]

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GM Produces The Most American-Made Cars, Aren’t You Proud?

Feeling particularly patriotic today? Then you’ll appreciate reading about GM coming out on top in two separate independent studies as the carmaker with the most U.S.-made vehicle models. According to Cars.com’s annual American-Made Index for 2020, nine of the top 25 models on the list were GM products, more than with any other carmaker. The […]

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Unlock The 2021 Cadillac XT4 With Your Face – But Only In China

Cadillac is applying a number of upgrades to the XT4 subcompact luxury crossover in China, the most striking of which is the Face ID keyless feature. Described as “the ultimate keyless experience”, Face ID unlocking and starting is basically a face recognition system that works day and night, indoor and outdoor, and even in some […]

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Five Of The 10 Slowest-Selling Used Vehicles In U.S. Are Land Rovers

If you happen to own a Land Rover in the United States and are planning to sell it one day, we have bad news for you: it may take you quite a while to find a buyer. While analyzing the used car market across the country in March-June 2020 this year, a study has found […]

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Future Cadillacs Will Have Full Names Rather Than Alphanumeric Designations

Back in the early 2000s, Cadillac attempted to mirror its German rivals as far as model designations were concerned, opting to utilize letter and number combinations instead of sticking with its rich naming heritage. First came the likes of the CTS, SRX, STS, XLR, DTS, and a decade later, sedans were named CT4 through CT6, […]

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