This is Cadillac’s first year racing in the International Motor Sports Association’s WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. And, in a remarkable show of power, Cadillac is undefeated and has captured all five victories, as well as 11 of the 15 podium places, so far.
Cadillac’s 6.2-liter V8 engine is at the heart of all of its prototype race cars, including the No. 10 Konica Minolta Cadillac Dpi-V.R, the No. 5 Mustang Sampling Cadillac Dpi-V.R. and the No. 31 Whelen Engineering Cadillac Dpi-V.R. Each of those teams has only used two engines, and, collectively, the cars have driven more than 15,500 miles.
The race-modified 6.2-liter V8 shares similar architecture with the 6.2-liter V8 engines found in the CTS-V sedan and Escalade SUV. However, the race-ready version pumps out nearly 600 horsepower and comes naturally aspirated. Those engines are modified and maintained by ECR Engines.
“As in the Cadillac CTS-V and Escalade, the Cadillac 6.2L V-8 in the race car produces unrivaled, unfailing power and responsiveness,” said Richard Brekus, Cadillac Global Director of Product Strategy.
While we can’t offer you a race-ready engine, you can get a sense of the power those race cars have by driving home in a Cadillac CTS-V or Escalade. Come experience the Cadillac power and prestige at Tom Naquin today.
We know Cadillac is your favorite luxury brand, and for good reasons! With every model year comes new surprises. And this year, the 2017 Cadillac ATS and CTS are getting some excellent refinements.
2017 Cadillac ATS
The ATS is the fastest and most powerful turbo sedan in its class. And now, it’s becoming the smartest, too. Cadillac CUE, the best of the best when it comes to infotainment, is now standard on all 2017 ATS sedans and coupes. With it, you’ll get Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, plus a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot to always keep you connected. Now you’re guaranteed top technology!
2017 Cadillac CTS
In this sporty sedan, you’ll find some design changes that are sure to turn heads. An all-new grille design in the front fascia makes for even greater aerodynamics. Plus, a new rear fascia includes a new vertical exhaust orientation that gives the CTS a unique look. Don’t worry though, as you’ll get to keep the same updated technology that was featured in the 2016 CTS.
Whether you prefer classy or sporty, you’re in for luxury and refinement when you’re behind the wheel of the 2017 Cadillac ATS and CTS.
You know you’ll always get top luxury with a Cadillac. And now, luxury is stepping it up another notch. Thanks to Cadillac CT6’s rear seat infotainment, technology is all abound throughout the cabin.
You’re used to having infotainment in the driver’s seat, but now your rear-seat passengers can have access to it, too. So how does it work? There are two independent 10-inch HD screens that come from the two front seats. When they’re not being used, they retract into the seat back for ultimate convenience.
From the screen, passengers will be able to play Blue-ray DVDs and even adjust their rear seat massage function if they’re uncomfortable. You’ll also get HDMI and USB ports that are integrated into the rear seat armrest. Along with the 4G LTE Wi-Fi feature, anybody in the car will be able to access Google ChromeCast, Apple TV, or even use the internet to directly connect to Netflix or YouTube.
When you own a Cadillac CT6, you’re not only getting top tech for you, but for everyone in the car! Check out the Cadillac CT6 and its revolutionary rear seat infotainment today at Tom Naquin Hub.
The 2017 Cadillac XT5 crossover has been named by WardsAuto to the 2016 Wards 10Best Interiors list, proving once more that when it comes to car interiors, few automakers can deliver quality and luxury like Cadillac.
WardsAuto’s Tom Murphy complimented its “first-rate materials,” including satin-finish Rosewood trim, supple semi-Aniline Maple Sugar leather, velvety microsuede headliner, and rich metallic brightwork.
The awards were selected by eight WardsAuto editors after they spent February and March evaluating the interiors of 47 all-new or significantly redesigned vehicles.
“Other features are impressive as well, such as the rear camera mirror, seamless connectivity of the Cadillac User Experience, bright head-up display, Ultraview panoramic sunroof and generally flawless fit-and-finish,” said Murphy.
He also pointed out that the XT5 manages to remain comfortable and ergonomic despite these numerous technology features.
The XT5 replaced the outgoing SRX and is already one of our most popular models at Tom Naquin. Come check it out today to see why WardsAuto thinks so highly of its interior for yourself!