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Cadillac to expand V-series performance subbrand



Cadillac is expanding its V-series performance subbrand starting with the arrival of the CT6-V in the spring, GM product chief Mark Reuss said at Cadillac's dealer business conference in Las Vegas.

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FCA working on a new inline-six engine, report says

The V-8 engine hasn't been the default choice for family vehicles for ages and it seems like it will be increasingly relegated to performance machinery for dedicated gearheads. So what will power the next-gen Alfa Romeo luxury sedans or maybe even the 2024 Ram 1500? Based on an Allpar report, it could be an upcoming Fiat Chrysler inline-six.


BLOG: Mark Vaughn
Grand Basel: A new take on the car as art

Are cars art? Is art cars? The organizers behind Art Basel said yes to both those questions and held a big celebration last week of the car as art form in their home city.

Custom Kia Telluride debuts in N.Y.

The 2020 Kia Telluride will become the biggest crossover in the brand's lineup and executives hope Saturday's launch during New York Fashion Week will help the new light truck capitalize on the shift to crossovers with some extra cachet.

Cadillac puts diesels on hold

Cadillac has halted its light-vehicle diesel engine program and is re-evaluating the technology, amid the industry's rapid shift to electric vehicles.

UPDATED: 9/13/18 3:49 pm ET
VW to end Beetle output in 2019

With more and more Americans gravitating to light trucks, Volkswagen will end production of the venerable Beetle in 2019, closing another chapter for one of the auto industry's most storied nameplates.


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